Pete Oxford is an award-winning photographer with images and stories appearing in the likes of National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, Time and Outdoor Photography Magazine - which named him one of the top forty most influential nature photographers in the world. He has travelled to every continent, each many times. Wearing different hats, he has been privileged to know many of the world's most remote and pristine destinations as a professional wildlife photographer, an expedition leader on adventure tourism ships, a professional naturalist and on his own personal quests. Pete has a deep knowledge of all things natural and is not embarrassed to share it here in these pages. This book is a collection of short stories from his exhaustive travels. At times you will laugh out loud at the hilarity of the tales, then be blindsided by a short, thought-provoking sentence. Pete reveals his most embarrassing moments, his fears, his triumphs, his insights and his uninhibited passion for the wild. It is an inspiration for you to get back on the road and immerse yourself once again on a journey of discovery.