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Attlee, Rupert.  The trail to Titicaca: a journey through South America.  Chichester:

Summerside, 1999.  {40882309}

Dew, Josie (1966-).  A ride in the neon sun: a Gaijin in Japan.  London: Little, Brown and Company, 1999.  {41071338}

She rides through all the islands of Japan, taken by the kindness and generosity of the local people.  Hilarious experiences camping in small, theoretically out of the way places.  Though a single female she never felt threatened, except by a typhoon she survived.

Elliot-Watson, Doris.  The thrifty biker: crossing America on a three-speed: a seventy day, 3,750 mile, $1,000 adventure.  Bonner Springs, Kan.: Juggernaut Press, 1999.  {43329050}

Hawthorne, Vic.  Cycling in New Zealand.  London: Lonely Planet, 1999.  {46911022}

Holst, Donald.  Thence comes the wind: pedaling across America.  St. Paul MN: D. Holst, 1999.  {48475576}

Junek, Bruce B. (1953?-).  Andes to the Amazon: seven journeys in Mexico, Central and South America.  Rapid City, SD: Images of the World, 1999.  {42905095}

Kurmaskie, Joe (1965-).  Metal cowboy.  New York: Three Rivers Press, 1999.   {49011571}

A collection of his bicycle adventures in the United States, Australia, New Zealand,

Mexico, and Venezuela.  Viewing himself as “an errant adventurer taking the road less

traveled,” this includes two wheeled philosophy and anecdote as well as touring.  

Murphy, Dervla (1931-).  One foot in Laos. London: Flamingo, 1999.  {44694800}

Murphy planned a trek in Laos, but injured her foot and had to bicycle.  She explores the

effects of war and western influence on the Laotian people.

Pham, Andrew X. (1967-).  Catfish and Mandala: a two wheeled journey through the landscape and memory of Vietnam.  New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1999.  {40996117}

A Viet-Kieu (American born in Vietnam) returns to his homeland to search for himself.  An fled Vietnam with his family after his father’s release from imprisonment for being a nationalist.  An rode up and down the California coast and in Japan before tackling the route from Saigon to Hanoi in search of his roots.

Watson, Pamela.  Esprit de Battuta: alone across Africa on a bicycle.  London: Aurum, 1999.  {40609104}

In the mid 1990’s she left a comfortable job and relationship in London to bicycle across

the waist of Africa, from Dakar, Senegal to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.  


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