No Passport To Tibet #2020

No Passport To Tibet F.M. Bailey No Passport To Tibet PRE ISBNThe fifteen hundred mile journey through un surveyed and unknown country in Tibet described in this book was made in The mystery of the Tsangpo Gorges was solved the country forming the b

  • Title: No Passport To Tibet
  • Author: F.M. Bailey
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Hardcover
  • No Passport To Tibet F.M. Bailey PRE ISBNThe fifteen hundred mile journey through un surveyed and unknown country in Tibet described in this book was made in 1913 The mystery of the Tsangpo Gorges was solved the country forming the border between Tibet and Assam was mapped specimens of mammals and butterflies unknown to the West were brought back, the habitat of the eared pheasant was described and pePRE ISBNThe fifteen hundred mile journey through un surveyed and unknown country in Tibet described in this book was made in 1913 The mystery of the Tsangpo Gorges was solved the country forming the border between Tibet and Assam was mapped specimens of mammals and butterflies unknown to the West were brought back, the habitat of the eared pheasant was described and perhaps most popularly, the Himalayan Blue Poppy Meconopsis betonicifolia Baileyi was observed to be later brought back to England by Captain Kingdon Ward.
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    1. This is a factual account, recalled forty three years later with the aid of a detailed diary kept at the time, of a fifteen hundred mile journey through previously unknown and un surveyed rough country in the year before the outbreak of the First World War Twenty b w photographs assist the reader s imagination Bailey ventures to admit surprise at the accounts of earlier travellers who had the time to relax at the end of a day by playing games Instead he and his companion explorer, Morshead, were [...]

    2. A thoroughly nice read One of the best reads in recent years based on the explorations and adventures to uncover the mysteries in the South Eastern Tibet, close to the boundaries with India and the then Burma This book deals with an 1500 mile journey that spanned almost one year The journey begins near Sadia in upper Assam where three big rivers named Dihang, Dibong and Lohit marge together and a we see a new large river named Brahmaputra, the river of Assam Their arduous journey was has solved [...]

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