Description - Silk Dreams, Troubled Road by Jonny Bealby
Three years ago, Jonny Bealby met an aid worker, fell madly in love and jumped at her suggestion that they return from Pakistan to Britain on horseback together. owever, when Jonny went to Pakistan at Christmas to plan the trip, he was greeted by- 'Jonny, I've never felt like this before, you're amazing, you've touched me as no one else has - but I've met a dishy diplomat...' pset and disappointed, Jonny said he couldn't face the idea of the journey and was searching for somewhere to live in London for a while. But then he received a call from his agent- Jonny, we've got a fantastic tv deal for your trip.' But, Mark, the trip's off - I haven't got a girl.' That's not a problem, Jonny, you can find another, ' replied his agent. onny asked friends and advertised. As soon as he saw Sarah he knew she was the one to join him on his epic journey through such exotic places as Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Unfortunately, Sarah had a boyfriend. Nevertheless, one week after meeting they set out for Pakistan together. Told through his eyes and hers, the book recounts what then happened.
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(196mm x 130mm x 22mm)
Arrow Books Ltd
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Author Biography - Jonny Bealby
Jonny Bealby was born in 1963. Educated in England, Scotland and Canada, he developed a passion for travel and on leaving college journeyed extensively in Australasia and the Far East. Since then he has earned a crust in a variety of ways- as a singer in a band, a stunt horse rider, circus roustabout, motorcycle courier and photo-journalist to name but a few. As a writer and traveller he has visited more than seventy countries and has had features in a variety of publications including the Daily Telegraph, Observer, Elle, Global and Traveller Magazine. He is also the author of Running with the Moon and For a Pagan Song and now runs the adventure travel company Wild Frontiers (www.wildfrontiers.co.uk). While not travelling, he lives in London.