To the Ends of the Earth: Transglobe Expedition 1979-82
Fiennes, Ranulph
An account of the 1979-82 Transglobe expedition, the first circumpolar journey round the earth. Describes the 100,000 mile route which took them across the Sahara, through the swamps and jungles of Mali and the Ivory Coast, over unexplored crevasse fields in Antarctica and into the unpredictable hazards of the Arctic Ocean.
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