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Whatever You Do, Dont Run Whatever You Do, Don t Run is a hilarious collection of true tales from top safari guide Peter Allison In a place where the wrong behavior could get you eaten, Allison has survived face to face encounters with big cats, angry elephants, and the world s most unpredictable animals herds of untamed tourists and foolhardy guides whose outrageous antics sometimes make them e Best Download Whatever You Do, Dont Run [ by ] Peter Allison [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – pandorajewelry70off.us

Peter Allison is an Australian writer whose books have focused on his time as an African safari guide, as well as his time in South America He grew up in Sydney but at the age of 16 won a scholarship for study in Japan 1 At 19 he travelled to Africa and became a guide for the Classic Safari Company.He currently lives in Cape Town with his wife Pru, and their pet dog Mombo, where he works for Wi Peter Allison is an Australian writer whose books have focused on his time as an African safari guide, as well as his time in South America He grew up in Sydney but at the age of 16 won a scholarship for study in Japan 1 At 19 he travelled to Africa and became a guide for the Classic Safari Company.He currently lives in Cape Town with his wife Pru, and their pet dog Mombo, where he works for Wilderness Safaris

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  • Paperback
  • 246 pages
  • Whatever You Do, Dont Run
  • Peter Allison
  • English
  • 11 July 2018
  • 0762745657

10 thoughts on “Whatever You Do, Dont Run

  1. says:

    Final review this is very light reading with plenty of interesting facts, amusing incidents and annoying guests, including randy Royals It would make a very good tv series starring the author who is extremely handsome and very cack handed, if not accident prone He specialises in wrecking safari vehicles There is some depth, especially about lions, but the author despite his deep interest in animals in the wild doesn t convey much This could be that the editor wanted a light, easy reading Final review this is very light reading with plenty of interesting facts, amusing incidents and annoying guests, including randy Royals It would make a very good tv series starring the author who is extremely handsome and very cack handed, if not accident prone He specialises in wrecking safari vehicles There is some depth, especially about lions, but the author despite his deep interest in animals in the wild doesn t convey much This could be that the editor wanted a light, easy reading book full of personality and laughs, and on that level the book succeeds It s a 4.5 star read, loses half a star because there are some frankly tedious passages, but mostly it s very enjoyable and so rounded up to a good read 5 star.__...

  2. says:

    This is a series of essays written from a safari guide who worked in South Africa and Botswana Having recently returned from a safari in Botswana, I bought this book, which had been recommended by my guide during my trip It s a wonderful collection and very funny and I think to really appreciate it you d need to go on a safari first however, I think reading it before venturing over to Africa would give you a better appreciation for your guides and the people who work behind the scenes at the This is a series of essays written from a safari guide who worked in South Africa and Botswana Having r...

  3. says:

    Peter Allison isn t the world s best writer, but he s got a talent that s perhaps even better for a book of this kind he s a great storyteller These true stories from his 10 year career as an African safari guide dishes up plenty of armchair excitement along with a good dollop of Allison s wry wit and self deprecation over his triumphs and failures of the job.Loses one star for me over an excess of potty humor and swearing, but still an entertaining read, and one that makes me want to cram Peter Allison isn t the world s best writer, but he s got a talent that s perhaps even better for a book of this kind he s a great storyteller These true stories from his 10 year career as an African safari guide dishes up plenty of armchair excitement along with a good dollop of Allison s wry wit and self deprecation over his triumphs and failures of the job.Loses o...

  4. says:

    This book is about Peter Allison and his time in Africa as a safari guide I don t know what I expected when I picked up this book, but I felt slightly disappointed when I finished reading Not to say that I didn t enjoy it, because I did, but somethin...

  5. says:

    This is the kind of book I would love to illustrate with update pictures and talk about with friends but those features seem to have disappeared from Goodreads For lovers of Africa and nature this collection of stories from...

  6. says:

    I loved this collection of tales from a young Australian man who worked in Botswana as a safari guide for several years I enjoyed the stories of close shaves with large animals elephants, hippos, lions and buffalo, the stories of problems guiding in the safari park, the stories of camp life and so on There were things I laughed out loud at, and things which made me groan the chapter entitled The Great Mouse Plague was the worst for this , and things which made me gasp, hold my breath a I loved this collection of tales from a young Australian man who worked in Botswana as a safari guide for several years I enjoyed the stories of close shaves with large animals elephants, hippos, lions and buffalo, the stories of problems guiding in the safari park, the stories of camp life and so on There were things I laughed out loud at, and things which made me groan the chapter entitled The Great Mouse Plague was the worst for this , and things which made me gasp, hold my breath and keep reading very quickly to see what happened It was interesting to find out a bitabout Botswana, and Sir Sere...

  7. says:

    I loved this book I thought it was funny and very educational It was very well written, truly catching each moment.The author, Peter Allison, left Australia at 19 to backpack through Africa What started as a one year vacation turned into 7 years of guiding safaris The book is written in chapters that each relate a different event that happened Many of the events involved large beasts found on the African outback There were some funny stories, as well as some serious stories Each one left I loved...

  8. says:

    The book had me in fits of laughter most of the time An excellent holiday read It s a constant battle between instinct and common sense and Peter Allison makes fun of everyone, of himself the most, which is so refreshing ...

  9. says:

    Hilarious short accounts of a Wild Safari tour guide in Botswana The writing style is interesting and very funny The book also contains insets of pics of author with his various friends including wildlife.Sets your expectations straight on what to expect from ...

  10. says:

    Fun look at life in the bush told by a 20 something young male Australian guide I learned amazing things about about the creatures in the wilds of Botswana and it was humorous and entertaining.

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