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Cycling out of the comfort zone

Cycling out of the comfort zone

A fast-paced travel narrative that vividly conveys the freshness of the Christian faith and the excitement of being on a gap year.


 
Our Price: £9.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780281077458
Stock: 1
Publisher: SPCK
Author: Charles Guilhamon
Format: Paperback
 
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Just out of university, Charles Guilhamon and his friend Gabriel de Lépinau decide to take a year out to tour the world by bike. With a budget of a few euros a day, their travels bring them out of their comfort zone and into contact with people living in isolated or persecuted Christian communities in Syria, Iraq, India, China (Tibet), Thailand, the Amazon (Brazil), Senegal and Algeria. This epic cycling adventure expanded their horizons, opened their eyes, and affected laughs about their recumbent bicycles from people every continent.

With a delightfully ironic sense of humour, Guilhamon’s vivid storytelling, intelligent analysis and authentic testimonies make for a hugely enjoyable read. In the best tradition of the travelogue, this is a true story well told.Cycling Out of the Comfort Zoneconcludes with an Afterword on recent developments in Syria and Iraq.

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