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Find Rare Books Book Value. Although the journey was marked by major and minor difficulties--missed plane connections, rickety suspension bridges, petulant yaks, a case of the ""Green Apple Quickstep""--Harding retained both his sense of humor and his sense of wonder. His plans were disrupted by events ranging from army maneuvers to blown-out tires, but he managed to visit many of the Buddhist monasteries that dot the countryside, making friends with the red- and yellow-robed monks. Harding is especially adept at capturing the character of those he encounters along the way--for example, the rude trekker who stormed about The Himalaya View lodge in Nepal.

Here, the dining room bears a sign reading ""Oxygen available in all rooms. Please ask management. Today, it's nearly deserted. Harding's writing is a lively blend of the humorous, the exotic, and the affectionate, but it's his color photographs that really distinguish this work. Clear and crisp as mountain air, they are dazzling.