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Accidental Traveller, by Raphael Wilkins

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Travel memoir by educationist Raphael Wilkins, frankly and humorously describing his unexpected introduction to work-related international travel. 

Highlights include sightseeing in Delhi, meeting a Crown Prince in Riyadh, the sunset call to prayer in Jeddah old town, walking on the Great Wall of China, dining in Raffles, a tour of Yemen, and flying on a light plane up-country in South Sudan. 

As well as places, the account features people, food, illnesses, miscommunications and surprises.

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