Christopher travels the African continent, known as the cradle of humankind. His journey begins in Egypt, with its legacy of the pharaohs. The Giza Pyramid Complex is the only one of the seven ancient wonders of the world that is still completely intact.
Latin America is where the Old and the New World meet. Here you find the legacy of pre-Columbian advanced civilisations, colonial architecture, and magnificent beauty of nature.
Christopher explores the cultural wealth of Southeast Asia. He visits the temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, the old royal cities of Hue in Vietnam, and Luang Prabang in Laos. Ha Long Bay with its bizarre limestone islands, the world's biggest cave in Vietnam, and Balinese rice terraces prove that nature and culture often go hand in hand.
Christopher Clark travels through Iran and Jordan. He meets the nomadic Berbers, visits one of the oldest sites of humanity at Wadi Rum, and explores the old commercial city of Petra, unforgettable with its rock-hewn architecture to this day. His next stop is the ancient city of Persepolis, the capital of the Persian Empire about 2500 years ago.
Christopher Clark visits highlights of the diverse and historic UNESCO World Heritage sites in India and tries to answer the question as to what unites the 1.4 billion people on the subcontinent. His path leads him from the holy Hindu city of Varanasi to Mumbai and the caves of Elephanta Island, and on narrow rail tracks up to the Himalayas, from the legendary Taj Mahal to the monumental castles and palaces of Rajasthan. Lastly, Christopher learns a lot about yoga.
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