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Book details
  • Genre:TRAVEL
  • SubGenre:Asia / India
  • Language:English
  • Pages:88
  • eBook ISBN:9780983928935

Hit The Road India

by Ric Gazarian

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Overview
One auto-rickshaw Two guys Twelve days 2300 KM India Simply amazing. Join the author and his partner as they steer their auto-rickshaw across India in a competitive road rally. This non-fiction account is described as a cross between Cannonball Run, Amazing Race, and Midnight Express, and in the book Gazarian, the author, recounts the challenges – from mundane to potentially life-threatening – that his team faced racing through this foreign land.
Description
One auto-rickshaw Two guys Twelve days 2300 KM India Simply amazing. Join the author and his partner as they steer their auto-rickshaw across India in a competitive road rally. This non-fiction account is described as a cross between Cannonball Run, Amazing Race, and Midnight Express, and in the book Gazarian, the author, recounts the challenges – from mundane to potentially life-threatening – that his team faced racing through this foreign land. Hit The Road India is Gazarian’s second 8.5x11, hard cover book and includes more than 80 color photos. It is also available in an E-book format. Gazarian has traveled to more than 70 countries and 7 continents. He is based in Chicago and is currently planning his next trip.
About the author
Ric enjoys travel and the experiences associated with discovering new people and places. His travels have brought him to 75 countries and all 7 continents. He has spent over three and a half years of the last nine years overseas. This included 10 months volunteering in orphanages located in Thailand and Armenia and building a school in Tanzania. He was born in Boston and currently resides in Chicago. Travel, whether good or bad, contributes to an astounding mosaic of memories. Some of these memories include being shaken down for a bribe by Russian cops on the streets of Moscow, being quarantined by the Chinese government in Tibet for five days, being felled by a case of unbearable food sickness in Yemen, being told by your new friend from Syria that "we hate America" as you drive to Damascus while smuggling cartons of cigarettes, or being advised that the "number one mafia in Taiwan" might want to physically harm you. Hit The Road: India is his second book, following the publication of 7000 KM To Go (www.7000kmtogo.com). 7000 KM To Go traced his journey from Budapest to Yerevan in a 17 day road rally that covered 7000 km. He is also the Executive Producer of Hit The Road: India, a full length documentary scheduled or release for 2013.
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