Synopses & Reviews
Few foreigners have been lucky enough to live in Tibet - Alec LeSueur spent five extraordinary years there, as Marketing Manager for the Lhasa Holiday Inn. Against the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas, he unfolds a highly amusing, as well as politically enlightening, account of his experiences.
Fly infestations at state banquets, hopeful mountaineers, unexpected deliveries of live snakes, a predominance of yaks, the unbelievable Miss Tibet competition and a dead quest are just some of the situations to be faced. Not to mention the Himalayan hamsters.