Equator: a journey
In 1984, Thurston Clarke set out to see the equator first hand. His expedition spanned three continents, countless interviews, and some of the hardest traveling imaginable. Three years later, he had completed one of the last great adventures on earth.
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In 1984 Clarke ( The Last Caravan , Dirty Money ) set out on a three-year trip around the world along the equator. Since there are no direct land routes connecting all the towns on the equator, Clarke ... Read full review
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