Monthly Archives: December 2013



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Inspired by an image by 19th century, British photographer, Samuel Bourne, National Geographic author, Simon Worrall, sets off to find for the remote Himalayan monastery of Ki. Situated behind The Inner Line on the India-Tibet border, at over 14,000 ft., it is the highest monastery in the world. There, he discovers a 'Lost World' of pure Tibetan Buddhist culture that hardly exists in Tibet itself. Lavishly illustrated with maps and photographs, and full of affectionate portraits of the people and places he encounters, Journey to Ki will take you on an unforgettable journey to a place few travellers have visited ....

Journey to Ki: Highest Monastery In The World


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The story of the Pilgrim Fathers after they step ashore at Plymouth Rock is well known. But their English origins have received little attention. In this piccaresque travelogue, which combines humour with deep, historical research, critically acclaimed National Geographic writer, Simon Worrall, sets off for the village of Scrooby, in Lincolnshire, to unearth the true story of the Englishmen (and women) who founded America. The result is sure to surprise you ...

Pilgrims: The True Story Of The Englishmen Who Founded America ...