Llama for Lunch

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Wakefield Press, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
Lydia Laube, one of the world's dauntless, intrepid travellers, is off to South America in search of the sun. Braving hair-raising mountain tracks, bandits, immigration officials, jungle beasts and third-world dentists, she ventures across Mexico, through the Panama Canal, along the coast of Columbia, and into Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. Lydia explores the last hideaway of the Incas, Machu Picchu, and, fulfilling a lifelong dream, sails down the mighty Amazon to the Atlantic. She travels along into regions that armies of men would dare not enter - and, eventually, she learns how to catch the right bus.

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