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"This is the story of a personal journey to find the 'something more to life' that so many seek at important crossroads. O'Connell's route takes him from Delhi to war-torn Kashmir, then from Ladakh to sacred Mount Kailas in a remote region of Western Tibet"--P. [4] of cover. "This is the story of a personal journey to find the 'something more to life' that so many seek at important crossroads. O'Connell's route takes him from Delhi to war-torn Kashmir, then from Ladakh to sacred Mount Kailas in a remote region of Western Tibet"--P. [4] of cover.


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"This is the story of a personal journey to find the 'something more to life' that so many seek at important crossroads. O'Connell's route takes him from Delhi to war-torn Kashmir, then from Ladakh to sacred Mount Kailas in a remote region of Western Tibet"--P. [4] of cover. "This is the story of a personal journey to find the 'something more to life' that so many seek at important crossroads. O'Connell's route takes him from Delhi to war-torn Kashmir, then from Ladakh to sacred Mount Kailas in a remote region of Western Tibet"--P. [4] of cover.

32 review for A Plumber's Progress: Pilgrimage To The Heart Of Tibet

  1. 5 out of 5

    Connie

    I NEVER would have known about this book, but a friend who was staying in New Zealand met the author at a B&B and he gave her a signed copy. She knew I was planning a trip to Tibet, so she handed it over to me to read even before she read it. A very very delightful account of one man's personal journey to find a lot of answers to his life's questions. I enjoyed the logistics of his journey to walk/hike a pilgrimage around the Kailas in Tibet. Along his way he meets a list of interesting characte I NEVER would have known about this book, but a friend who was staying in New Zealand met the author at a B&B and he gave her a signed copy. She knew I was planning a trip to Tibet, so she handed it over to me to read even before she read it. A very very delightful account of one man's personal journey to find a lot of answers to his life's questions. I enjoyed the logistics of his journey to walk/hike a pilgrimage around the Kailas in Tibet. Along his way he meets a list of interesting characters and a sweet dog. Bus drivers, truck drivers, and other travelers add to his tale. My trip is not going to be like the author's, but I admire his tenacity to explore and finish his goal, even though there were many times, it just seemed easier to turn back. I really enjoyed this book. Highly Recommend.

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