Radio Plug for ‘A Peruvian Diary’ by Philip J.S. Jones Featured on BBC Radio 2
Ana Matronic the show host was talking about misfit memoirs and asked the listeners for recommendations about the topic. A listener tweeted to recommend ‘A Peruvian Diary’ by Philip J.S. Jones, and host of the show approved the choice.
Through this book ‘A Peruvian Diary’ Philip Jones shares his life-changing visit to a place secluded from the world as we know in the 21st century. He published his experience in the mountains of South America where vicinity has yet to catch up with the modern technology and natives enjoy the life as it was a couple of centuries ago. It is like you have time travelled. ‘A Peruvian Diary’ is a charming and a delightful read.
Philip Jones quitted the rat race of life and opted for a simpler lifestyle, focusing more on charitable causes. Philip started his career in the construction business. Although his jobs paid well, he found them unfulfilling, thus he left the rat race and pursued studying law, and dedicated years to follow for charitable causes. He acquired degrees in English Law, Spanish Law and started volunteering for noble causes.
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