Central Africa: a travel survival kit

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Lonely Planet, Jan 1, 1994 - Travel - 559 pages
Where else in the world can you paddle a canoe down a jungle river for weeks on end, hunt with the Pygmies, climb an active volcano, come face-to-face with a mountain gorilla, trek through the snow-capped 'Mountains of the Moon', join a search for white rhinos, take a three-day elephant safari or dance all night to Congo music?Journeying independently to Central Africa, the least visited area of Africa, requires a great deal of organisation, preparation and, most of all, a reliable, up-to-date guidebook. This book is packed with hard-to-get information for Cameroun, Zaire, the Central African Republic, Chad, the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Sao Tome.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
11
EQUATORIAL GUINEA
14
Economy
19
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Newton was raised in Georgia and joined the Peace Corps in the 1960s and was for three years in Guatemala. He then worked on Wall Street as a lawyer. He then studied development economics and French and ended up in West Africa working on development assistance programs. He moved on to similar work in Ecuador.

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