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Publisher Description

Campervan Kama Sutra
Outback Australia, with a camper trailer, three kids and a dog.*

This true story tells of one family’s hilarious journey through Australia’s rugged outback countryside.

Our intrepid adventurers work their way through numerous mishaps, including, but not limited to, an ill-advised river crossing, an inappropriately packed roof rack and some truly horrible singing.

During their journey they stumble across a motley assortment of characters such as a confused check-in clerk, a grey nomad with an eye for detail regarding torches, and several Crazy Germans.

While reading Campervan Kama Sutra, you’ll not only fall in love with Australia’s vast, ever-changing countryside, but you’ll also delight in the tragicomedy that arrives with unerring regularity. You’ll laugh until something hurts.

*P.S. There was no dog.

Did you ever laugh out loud at one of Bill Bryson's moments in "Notes from a Small Island", "A Walk in the Woods" or "The Lost Continent"? Perhaps you enjoyed his travels around Australia even more, as detailed in the hilarious "Down Under".

Maybe you have laughed through other irreverent travel tomes such as "Around Ireland with a Fridge" by Tony Hawks, or even "The Great Railway Bazaar" by Paul Theroux.

If so, you will love "Campervan Kama Sutra".

Travel & Adventure
10 February
John Perrier
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

DLEqstre ,

Campervan Kama Sutra

This is a very funny book. You will laugh out loud in many places. I’ve read that in other reviews and I barely smiled, but I guarantee you will actually laugh with this book. (If you don’t then you are a grumpy old soul indeed). The author tells the tale of his family trip with candour, irreverence and freshness. The local references are interesting, and are neatly dotted in amongst the stories. Yes, they stuff up along the way, but you get the feeling that everything will work out well in the end. But does it? Have a read – you’ll laugh, and you’ll love it.

Tex Cal ,

Campervan Kama Sutra

To Caitlin, Lachie and Jake
You have the worlds coolest Mum and Dad taking you out of school to have such a great once in a lifetime Australia road trip adventure.
I loved the funny scenarios you guys got yourselves into. This book makes me want to finish school buy a 4x4, a swag and a heap of Barra lures and hit the road, (maybe not that one that crosses the river at El Questro station )
I wish my dad was like yours!
Thank you
Dougie the mower man

nodnib ,

Scarily close to home

What a classic - a must read for anyone even contmeplting long haul travel with family. It's a clever blend of astute observations of the Austalian outback and tummy grabbing accounts of events that could only happen on the road. A definite purchase option.

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