Every Day an Adventure
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  • 1
    Into Africa: Africa by Motorcycle - Every Day an Adventure | Sam Manicom

    Into Africa: Africa by Motorcycle - Every Day an Adventure

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Sam Manicom
    • Narrated By Sam Manicom
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    A liberating motorcycle journey through Africa with descriptions of the amazing people and places, the joy of big skies and the open road, and the sometimes harrowing events that would shape destiny. Into Africa tells the story of a novice motorcyclist who takes on the challenge of riding the length of the continent just because, 'it seemed like a great idea’.

    Amazing tales.

    Having spent over 5 years in Africa working at various U. S. Embassies, this audio book stuck a heart felt cord with me. Sam's descriptive abilities ..Show More »

    Reviewed on December 09 2015 by Amazon Customer ()
  • 2
    Under Asian Skies: Australia to Europe by Motorcycle - an Enthralling Journey Through One of the World's Most Colourful and Diverse Regions | Sam Manicom

    Under Asian Skies: Australia to Europe by Motorcycle - an Enthralling Journey Through One of the World's Most Colourful and Diverse Regions

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 40 mins)
    • By Sam Manicom
    • Narrated By Sam Manicom
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    In Sam’s second book, Under Asian Skies, you'll find yourself immersed in an enchanting mix of drama, majesty, laughter, mystery, love, and his usual disasters. Sometimes a traveller's plans simply don't work out as intended, but for Sam every mishap is the beginning of a unique adventure; silver linings do exist. You'll travel on a journey across the vastness of Australia, through the twists and turns of New Zealand, and on up into the exotic lands of Southeast Asia.

    A charming and insightful tale of motorbike travel

    Certainly.... With one exception. The print version contains illustrations and photos of some of the people and places Sam describes in this book. ..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 21 2014 by Jim Foreman (Los Angeles, CA USA)
  • 3
    Distant Suns: Every Day an Adventure, Book 3 | Sam Manicom

    Distant Suns: Every Day an Adventure, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Sam Manicom
    • Narrated By Sam Manicom
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    Sam Manicom's dynamic third book transports you to Southern Africa, South and Central America. Sam has a gift for describing the vibrancy of people and places, and you are led effortlessly through three very different parts of the world by his enthusiasm and his acute observations. Human behavior, drama, passion, disaster, humor, and the pure adrenaline buzz of overlanding such far-flung, wild and exotic places are all here.

    Another fascinating journey!

    Distant Suns ranks in the top 10% of audiobooks I own. The book, on it's own, was quite interesting. The Audiobook is read by the author which bring..Show More »

    Reviewed on May 31 2016 by Jim Foreman (Los Angeles, CA USA)
  • 4
    Tortillas to Totems: Every Day an Adventure, Book 4 | Sam Manicom, Birgit Schunemann

    Tortillas to Totems: Every Day an Adventure, Book 4

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Sam Manicom, Birgit Schunemann
    • Narrated By Sam Manicom
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    Sam Manicom's dynamic fourth book is an enticing yet frequently challenging motorcycle journey across the dramatic landscapes of Mexico, the United States and Canada. Sam's partner Birgit is no longer a novice motorcyclist - riding through southern Africa and South America turned her into a rider capable of facing any challenge. But Sam was worried. As they arrived into North America they had been travelling around the world by motorcycle for six years and he was beginning to think that North America was going to be easy; too easy in fact.

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