Monday, August 1, 2011

African Odyssey by Theodore P. Druch

The author and his wife, expecting a pleasant weekend at Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, are told that they will not be allowed to re-enter Kenya to return to their Nairobi apartment until they have left East Africa, a loose political conglomeration.
Thus begins a month-long adventure that takes them to Victoria Falls, in the heart of Africa, to fabled Zanzibar island in the Arabian Sea, and on a thrill-packed jeep safari in the Serengeti.
Along the way, they learn a great deal about Africa.  Its wild natural beauty, the hardships suffered by its people under corrupt governments, and the equally corrupt "religious" establishments.
African Odyssey is an Autobiography
(68,318 words)

More Information on Theodore P. Druch and his writing at

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