Unforgettable Things to Do Before You Die

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BBC Books, 2005 - Adventure travel - 256 pages
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Following on from last year's success Unforgettable Places to See, which has now sold 12,000 copies to the consumer in the UK and 14 co-editions and licences internationally, Unforgettable Things to Do Before you Die explores a wealth of unusual activities and adventures that can be undertaken in the space of a two-week holiday Aimed at stylish but more adventurous travellers, the book is not just about action holidays, but also includes suggestions for more sedate adventures such as taking a train through the Indian palaces of Rajasthan Written by Steve Watkins and Clare Jones who are both renowned in international travel writing and photography, they use their extensive travel experience to choose 40 of the most amazing experiences of a lifetime Their recommendations range from dog-sledging in Sweden, to sailing down the Nile on a felucca in Egypt

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Travel writers Watkins and Jones have experienced the sort of activities most people only dream about. In this beautifully illustrated book, they present 40 destinations that offer unusual, exotic ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Steve Watkins is a professional photographer and writer who covers travel, adventure sports and cultural topics for publications including Wanderlust, Geographical, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, the Daily Mail, the Sunday Express and Illustrated London News. Steve has co-authored Action Guide Europe and his photography has featured in several exhibitions. Clare Jones is a professional travel writer and photographer who has spent many years covering adventure activities across the globe. Her work has been featured by a variety of publications including the Sunday Telegraph, Geographical, Global, the Scotsman, Business AM and the Herald, and she co-authored the flagship AA Key Guide to Spain. Clare is also a television producer and has worked on several BBC documentaries.

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