Asia (with Europe) is the largest continuous landmass, containing a variety of countries, peoples and scenic wonders. It is the objective of many travellers to get from one end to the other, but in doing so there are different ways and many hazards in the way. The northern route is by the trans-Siberian railway, with a link to China, to then return via a more southern route through India and Iran. In ancient times there had been the Silk Road, with its many alternative sections. These routes formed the basis of many of my travels, but not as a continuous journey as there were countries to explore on the way.
In ASIA, Webber covers the whole continent and comprehensively includes all countries in Asia. The book is beautifully illustrated with both black and white and colour photos as well as route maps of all the journeys. It is set over sixty years and includes historical and geographical descriptions of large parts of the region.
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