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Publisher Description

Acclaimed as one of the funniest and true to life stories about India ever written, this 'diary of disaster' was an instant bestseller upon publication in 1986 and remains a firm favourite with readers today.

"Relentlessly honest, refreshingly uncontrived, this diary really works." (The Sunday Tribune)
"India, at low-budget tourist level, is buffeting and bullying. But over four months travelling, Frank Kusy remains indefatigably and irrepressibly
jocular." (The Mail on Sunday)
"Easy to read, interesting and funny, you feel you are there with Frank and Kevin, cooped up in trains, starving for days and then going on massive binges, going thirsty and then drinking coffee, only to find that it's been sweetened with baboon's milk." (The Surrey Mercury)

When Frank and Kevin first met in an empty Arab airport lounge on their way to India, it was the beginning of a friendship which would take them together across the length and breadth of the Indian sub-continent, ending up in the foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal.

'Kevin and I in India' is the unexpurgated, often outrageous, diary of their travels – from the hill-stations of the deep south to the Taj Mahal in the north, from the Goan beaches of the west to the sacred Ganges and the Bodhi Tree in the east. Full of anecdotes, observations and travellers' tales, the two Englishmen weave a crazy, erratic path through a variety of adventures and misadventures, in constant battle against officialdom, insects, heat, dust, ticket-queues and mad traffic.

Here is the real India – stripped of illusion, but adorned with humour and exuberance. Here is a kaleidoscopic potpourri of fascinating sights, scenes and people, with each day of the journey more exciting, more packed with incident, than the last.

Travel & Adventure
June 2
Frank Kusy
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Zyogi ,

Loved it!

I have always wanted to know more about India and this was great. I look forward to reading more of Frank Kusy's books!

JWanless ,


How did this book make it all the way to print without someone along the line correcting the grammar in the title? Between editors and grammar check on computers, SOMEBODY should have fixed it!

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