By David Tomory
"A Season in Heaven" offers the genuine tales of tourists who hit the hippie path within the overdue sixties. David Tomory, himself a veteran of the line to Kathmandu, interviewed a bunch of tourists who went trying to find enlightenment and found an international that modified their lives.
A Season in Heaven is set the Hippie path and Counter-Cultural circulation, concentrating on the interval among 1965 and 1973. It takes the shape of interviews with thirteen “Freaks” of numerous nationalities, who traveled overland from Europe to India sooner than the air go back and forth took off. it really is geared up into the four seasons and the place humans may be at the path at these occasions of yr, from the beginning of the path in Istanbul, via Iran and Afghanistan, then onto Pakistan and the mammoth secret of the Indian sub-continent.
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