Llama for Lunch

Llama for Lunch

Lydia Laube / May 28, 2020

Llama for Lunch Featuring appalling rock overhangs horrifying chasms and waterfalls flanked by near vertical precipices this tale of travel through the wildest regions of the Andes is no Caribbean cruise story The

  • Title: Llama for Lunch
  • Author: Lydia Laube
  • ISBN: 9781862545762
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • Featuring appalling rock overhangs, horrifying chasms, and waterfalls flanked by near vertical precipices, this tale of travel through the wildest regions of the Andes is no Caribbean cruise story The Panama Canal and the coasts of Columbia, Peru, and Bolivia are all described in a fast, furious fashion by a seasoned travel writer who survives a car ride along a mountainFeaturing appalling rock overhangs, horrifying chasms, and waterfalls flanked by near vertical precipices, this tale of travel through the wildest regions of the Andes is no Caribbean cruise story The Panama Canal and the coasts of Columbia, Peru, and Bolivia are all described in a fast, furious fashion by a seasoned travel writer who survives a car ride along a mountain pass that claims an average of one vehicle a week Also included are adventures to the last hideaway of the Incas, Machu Picchu, and a sail down the to the center of Brazil.

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    About "Lydia Laube"

      • Lydia Laube

        Lydia Laube never says no to adventure, whether that means galloping a horse across the Mongolian plains or hopping on a cargo ship to Madagascar Born into the farming community of Caltowie in the mid north of South Australia, Lydia trained as a nurse in Adelaide, then set off to see the world Her debut book, Behind the Veil An Australian nurse in Saudi Arabia , was an instant bestseller, and she has become one of Australia s favourite travel writers From Burma to Myanmar is Lydia s ninth travel yarn.Between winter escapes to the sun, Lydia Laube shares a small house in Adelaide with a large cat with attitude.


    450 Comments

    1. Rubbish. Absolutely boring. I picked this book up in a charity store and bought it straight away considering it was all about South America. What I didn't consider is that Laube is a middle-aged woman who drags a suitcase from one hotel to the other, and has the capability of making one of the most exciting continents on earth seem dull. I rushed to the end, don't even know why I bothered reading the whole thing.


    2. I like her as a writer, but deducted a star for her rather odd impressions of a first visit to America, which came off as either naive or "cute" - your call. I wouldn't read this one of hers first.



    3. no thinking required for this book. Light hearted approach to travel, as with her other travel books. Sometimes reading her adventures I think she must be quite mad, but it makes for a good story.


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