Beyond Survivorman

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Harper Collins, Dec 3, 2013 - Sports & Recreation - 320 pages
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Physical and Spiritual Survival with the Last Remote Cultures on the Planet

Les Stroud has logged over half a million miles across the globe—from the lush jungles of Papua New Guinea and the sun-scorched sands of the Kalahari to the harsh cold of the Canadian Arctic. He has survived for weeks at a time in harsh situations and in isolated, challenging environments. Offering us a rare glimpse of some of the world's most remote cultures—such as the Sea Gypsies in Malaysia and the San Bushmen in Africa—Beyond Survivorman covers Stroud's most challenging journey of all: learning not only how to survive, but also how to connect spiritually to the earth.

 

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Contents

CONTENTS
ONE Survivorman
The Sea Bajau
The Hewa
The Antandroy
The Inuit
The Huachipaeri
The Incans
IncanHighPriest
The Mentawai
Epilogue
Acknowledgments About theAuthor Copyright
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Survival expert and filmmaker Les Stroud is the creator/producer/host/director of Survivorman and Les Stroud: Beyond Survival on the Discovery Channel. He has produced, hosted, and appeared in many television specials, including Shark Week, Surviving Alaska, and Off the Grid with Les Stroud.

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