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Pirate treasure is believed to be hidden somewhere on one of the small islands of the Seychelles. Modern-day treasure seekers are lured to the Indian Ocean archipelago by the promise of dazzling beaches and a glorious tropical paradise. The Seychelles are almost too good to be true.Sarah Carpin's guide examines the natural history of the islands, the short, but vibrant, history of the country and offers tips on how best to enjoy this tropical Eden.
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Sarah Carpin is a British journalist and radio broadcaster who lives and works in Seychelles as the manager of the popular national radio station 'Paradise FM'. Married to Andrew, a Seychellois, they live on the island of Mahe with their young family. Photographer Paul Turcotte is a Seychelles-based photographer whose work has appeared in many international magazines and in guidebooks. He has also been heavily involved with film production for companies shooting on location in the region.Review:
An excellent and in-depth guide offering an insight into the history, culture, mysticism and the legends concerning these fascinating islands along with practical information and full color photography. -- Publishing News
These handsome, well-edited books from a Hong Kong-based publisher cover places few other guidebooks go.... The writers are particularly well-chosen....Odyssey fans tend to be adventurous travelers with a literary bent. If you're lucky enough to find an Odyssey Guide to where you're going, grab it. -- National Geographic Traveler, February 2000
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Book Description Odyssey Pubns, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M962217616X
Book Description Odyssey Pubns, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. 4th. Seller Inventory # DADAX962217616X