Under African Skies

Under African Skies From The Contrasts Of Cape Town To The Litter Drifts Of Libya, Joanne And Gareth Morgan And Their Team Of World By Bikers Rode , Kilometers By MotorcycleThey Rode Over Rough Roads And Smooth, Through Rich Nations And Poor, Past Ruins Ancient And Modern, And Loved Every Minute Of It They Saw A True Zebra Crossing Along With Several Thousand Of Its Mates They Were Charged By Elephants And Charged Double By Egyptians They Had A Gander At Uganda And A Wander In Rwanda They Dodged Guerillas And Hung Out With Gorillas They Were In For A Shock Or Four On Kenya S Road To HellJoin The World By Bikers On Their Unforgettable Four Month Traverse Of Africa Hold On Tight And Brace Yourself For One Hell Of A Ride Part Road Trip, Part Expedition To Discover The Truth Inside The Appeal Envelopes Of The International Aid Industry

is also the author of a series of books that scrutinise the spending of public money on various public services, including health, tax and welfare, and sustainability issues like fishing and climate change Gareth publishes a blog on these topics at

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  • Paperback
  • 237 pages
  • Under African Skies
  • Gareth Morgan
  • English
  • 01 September 2019

10 thoughts on “Under African Skies

  1. says:

    What a journey.This book was very interesting and informative about Africa and African culture, customs, government etc, as well as the travel side Definitely worth a read.

  2. says:

    I enjoyed the authors previous book about their travels through the USA so when I spotted a copy of this book for cheap last year I had to buy it Took this book away on holiday with me with the intention of giving it to my motorcycle riding, book loving stepdad after I had finished and I didn t realise it came with a DVD inside the back cover On to what I thought of the book for the most part I really liked it The descriptions of the places they went through on their 20,000 kilometre journey were a good snapshot of different places I also liked the photo sections throughout the book and I thought their research and experiences into what aid agencies are doing over there was enlightening I already knew about some of the downsides and lack of accountability but it has made me reconsider where my charitable coin goes Occasionally the opionated parts grated on me though not enough for me to want to skip over them Some of the comments were rather kiwi centric references, I got them but if someone who wasn t a New Zealander read them they may of been a little confused Will add my thoughts on the companion DVD once I have watched it.

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