Inca-Kola: A Traveller's Tale of Peru

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Phoenix, Aug 1, 1993 - Peru - 225 pages
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A modern classic of travel and adventure.

INCA KOLA is the funny, absorbing account of Matthew Parris's fourth trip to Peru, on a bizarre holiday which takes him among bandits, prostitutes, peasants and riots. He and his three companions seem to head into trouble, not away from it, and he describes the troubles, curiosities and wonders they meet with the spell-binding fascination of a traveller relating adventures over the campfire.

'A backpacker's classic: atmospheric, touching, instructive and compulsively readable' THE TIMES

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About the author (1993)

Matthew Parris is a former Conservative MP. He is a columnist for THE TIMES and THE SPECTATOR and until recently wrote the Parliamentary Sketches in THE TIMES. His also a keen traveller he has led expeditions to Mount Kilimanjaro, Peru and Bolivia as well as to Zaire and the Sahara.

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