From the safety and security of his extended Bristol family, the author, Geoffrey Allen, has launched himself into the post-war years; gradually, widening his horizons and seizing every opportunity to indulge his adventurous spirit at home and abroad. An adventurer at heart, with the full realization that even now, he has difficulty in coming to terms with his environment. He embraced the mighty continent of Africa on first acquaintance where he has survived arrest, imprisonment, coups and unrest as well as leading an exciting life. This autobiography’s written in a refreshing style and holds much of interest and is a good read.
Painting the Mosque for Christmas?
This is the story of one person. An errand boy, junior artist, car washer, cub, scout, choirboy, glass runner, wine waiter, postman, tomato plant and faggot stripper, potato picker, life guard, scout leader, canoe instructor, teacher, cattle rancher, polo player, forest and sawmill manager, head of ...