The Gringo Trail

The Gringo Trail

Book - 2002
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With little more than backpacks and desire for adventure, Mark Mann and two friends set out on an expedition through Ecuador, Bolivia, and Colombia, submerging themselves in Latin culture. Through dense forests, daunting mountains, and pristine beaches, the trio makes its way -- in a drug-induced haze. Soon the drugs become an all-consuming addiction that changes the lives of Mann and his friends forever. This is an engaging travelogue and frank memoir evokes the magical realism of South American literature. "Darkly comic, ultimately shocking, and packed with astute observations." -- Geographical
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Green Candy Press, c2002
San Francisco, CA : Green Candy Press, c2002
ISBN: 9781931160100
1931160104
Branch Call Number: Travel 910.4 Man
Travel 910.4 Man

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