Of all the injuries and afflictions suffered by John Hanning Speke during his quest to discover the source of the Nile in 1854 and 1856 none was as EARie as the incident in which a beetle lodged itself in his ear.
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The TarraDarraBros are back..
And this time they're hunting down, catching, cooking, and eating yabbies.
What the hell are yabbies?'
Well, according to the internet and looking at what the bro's are eating, we take it that yabbies are crawfish.
Regardless of what they're called, the look great!
Jungle is one of the best adventure movies you've probably never seen.
Or even heard about.
Based on the incredible true story by Yossi Ghinsberg, Jungle chronicles life and death in the Bolivian rain forest.
It also features monkey hunting, drug trips, starvation-induced hallucinations, monkey eating, unhatched bird
Although Hemingway’s exploits in Africa have inspired many, his iguana hunt on the Cuban coastline with friends John Huston and Peter Viertel is mostly unknown.
Trying to put a morning of poor fishing behind him, Hemingway pulled his boat into his favorite cove for lunch. Afterwards,
Excerpt from And Monkeys Threw Crap At Me: Adventures In Hunting, Fishing, and Writing
Welcome To Africa
I didn’t have to speak the language to understand that things were about to explode.
In the driver’s seat to my right, my Professional Hunter Hendrik sat screaming in Afrikaans at the
I’ve hunted all my life.
Faced danger at every turn.
Been charged by lions.
Mock charged by buffalo.
Knocked down by a wild boar.
And had a Mexican Señorita slap the ever-loving hell outta me down in Nuevo Laredo.
The point is…
What the hell was my point?
Oh yeah, animals in the
Kon-Tiki is perhaps the greatest adventure movie you've never seen.
Which is a shame.
Because it's a pretty outstanding film.
It features beautiful cinematography, an outstanding script, and is well acted.
So much in fact that the movie was nominated in 2013 for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language
Are the old ways still the best ways?
In these days of 24-hour access to anything the world over, Google Translate, online airline reservations, and sporting conventions the size of small cities, the question is why would anyone use a hunting consultant (booking agency) to book
Cold beyond comprehension