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Book À Canoeing The Congo First Source to Sea Descent of the Congo River È ☆ ❮KINDLE❯ ✽ Canoeing The Congo First Source to Sea Descent of the Congo River Author Phil Harwood – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Canoeing the Congo narrates the journey of Phil Harwood who undeCanoeing the Congo narrates the journey of Phil Harwood who undertook an epic five month solo attempt to canoe the Congo River in war torn Central Africa It was a historic first descent from the true source in the highlands of Zambia Just short of 3000 miles long the Congo River is the eighth longest in the world and the deepest river in the world with a flow rate second only to theAlong the way Phil encountered numerous waterfalls huge rapids man eating crocodiles hippos aggressive snakes and spiders' webs the size of houses He faced endemic corruption was arrested intimidated bullied chased and he received numerous death threats He also collapsed from malariaThe people were mostly friendly however and Phil received tremendous hospitality from a proud and brave people especially from the riverside fishermen who helped him wherever they could On one stretch of river known as The Abattoir due to its past history of cannibalism and current reputation for criminal activity he hired four brothers with a shotgun to accompany him as bodyguards They paddled and floated for five days and nights on the river Common uestions from locals were ‘why haven't you cut his throat yet?’ and ‘if you don't want to do it tell us where your camping and we'll come and do it for you We'll share his money’ It was an exhilarating terrifying and wonderful journey but Phil managed to survive despite the odds to tell his story Canoeing the Congo will appeal to fans of adventurous travel writing and people who love the nature and wilderness Phil who is a fan of adventure stories himself enjoys the work of Ranulph Fiennes and Bill Bryson Phil has worked all over the world as an ex Royal Marine Commando ski guide expedition leader outdoor instructor and development trainer He is ualified as mountain leader a level 4 canoe coach a level 3 kayak coach a rock climbing instructor a wilderness emergency medical technician and a first aid instructor Phil's passions are adventure and challenge in particular canoeing remote wilderness rivers thewild the better

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Canoeing the Congo narrates the journey of Phil Harwood who undertook an epic five month solo attempt to canoe the Congo River in war torn Central Africa It was a historic first descent from the true source in the highlands of Zambia Just short of 3000 miles long the Congo River is the eighth longest in the world and the deepest river in the world with a flow rate second only to theAlong the way Phil encountered numerous waterfalls huge rapids man eating crocodiles hippos aggressive snakes and spiders' webs the size of houses He faced endemic corruption was arrested intimidated bullied chased and he received numerous death threats He also collapsed from malariaThe people were mostly friendly however and Phil received tremendous hospitality from a proud and brave people especially from the riverside fishermen who helped him wherever they could On one stretch of river known as The Abattoir due to its past history of cannibalism and current reputation for criminal activity he hired four brothers with a shotgun to accompany him as bodyguards They paddled and floated for five days and nights on the river Common uestions from locals were ‘why haven't you cut his throat yet?’ and ‘if you don't want to do it tell us where your camping and we'll come and do it for you We'll share his money’ It was an exhilarating terrifying and wonderful journey but Phil managed to survive despite the odds to tell his story Canoeing the Congo will appeal to fans of adventurous travel writing and people who love the nature and wilderness Phil who is a fan of adventure stories himself enjoys the work of Ranulph Fiennes and Bill Bryson Phil has worked all over the world as an ex Royal Marine Commando ski guide expedition leader outdoor instructor and development trainer He is ualified as mountain leader a level 4 canoe coach a level 3 kayak coach a rock climbing instructor a wilderness emergency medical technician and a first aid instructor Phil's passions are adventure and challenge in particular canoeing remote wilderness rivers thewild the better

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Canoeing The Congo First Source to Sea Descent of the Congo RiverCanoeing the Congo narrates the journey of Phil Harwood who undertook an epic five month solo attempt to canoe the Congo River in war torn Central Africa It was a historic first descent from the true source in the highlands of Zambia Just short of 3000 miles long the Congo River is the eighth longest in the world and the deepest river in the world with a flow rate second only to theAlong the way Phil encountered numerous waterfalls huge rapids man eating crocodiles hippos aggressive snakes and spiders' webs the size of houses He faced endemic corruption was arrested intimidated bullied chased and he received numerous death threats He also collapsed from malariaThe people were mostly friendly however and Phil received tremendous hospitality from a proud and brave people especially from the riverside fishermen who helped him wherever they could On one stretch of river known as The Abattoir due to its past history of cannibalism and current reputation for criminal activity he hired four brothers with a shotgun to accompany him as bodyguards They paddled and floated for five days and nights on the river Common uestions from locals were ‘why haven't you cut his throat yet?’ and ‘if you don't want to do it tell us where your camping and we'll come and do it for you We'll share his money’ It was an exhilarating terrifying and wonderful journey but Phil managed to survive despite the odds to tell his story Canoeing the Congo will appeal to fans of adventurous travel writing and people who love the nature and wilderness Phil who is a fan of adventure stories himself enjoys the work of Ranulph Fiennes and Bill Bryson Phil has worked all over the world as an ex Royal Marine Commando ski guide expedition leader outdoor instructor and development trainer He is ualified as mountain leader a level 4 canoe coach a level 3 kayak coach a rock climbing instructor a wilderness emergency medical technician and a first aid instructor Phil's passions are adventure and challenge in particular canoeing remote wilderness rivers thewild the better