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The Travels of Ibn Battutah free read Ü 6 ï ➽ [Download] ✤ The Travels of Ibn Battutah By Tim Mackintosh-Smith ➲ – Danpashley.co.uk He did not return to Morocco for another twenty nine years travelling instead throughthan forty countries on the modern map covering seventy five thousand miles and getting as far noAs far north as the Volga as far east as China and as far south as Tanzania He wrote of his travels and comes across as a superb ethnographer biographer anecdotal historian and occasional. Overall a nice read esp for those who are interested in travels and medieval history particularly Muslim history or history from Middle EastAsia Definitely read the foot notes; they are an essential part for this book In fact the foot notes could have been captured in the main write up not at the back to avoid the constant flippingKey watch outs these are comments for the content from Ibn Battuta not this author The text is tedious and descriptive in most places Don't expect it to read like an adventure story The text reveals little about the motives and thought process of Ibn Batutta which would have been of particular interest to me For eg its mostly unclear how and why Ibn Battuta decides to travel to the next place from where he currently is

The Travels of Ibn BattutahAs far north as the Volga as far east as China and as far south as Tanzania He wrote of his travels and comes across as a superb ethnographer biographer anecdotal historian and occasional. Overall a nice read esp for those who are interested in travels and medieval history particularly Muslim history or history from Middle EastAsia Definitely read the foot notes; they are an essential part for this book In fact the foot notes could have been captured in the main write up not at the back to avoid the constant flippingKey watch outs these are comments for the content from Ibn Battuta not this author The text is tedious and descriptive in most places Don't expect it to read like an adventure story The text reveals little about the motives and thought process of Ibn Batutta which would have been of particular interest to me For eg its mostly unclear how and why Ibn Battuta decides to travel to the next place from where he currently is

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Tim Mackintosh-Smith ↠ 6 read Botanist and gastronome With this edition by Mackintosh Smith Battuta's Travels The Travels MOBI #221 takes its place alongside other indestructible masterpieces of the travel writing gen. I was meaning to buy this book for a very long time As the writer actually travelled to our ancestors region in the remote place in present day Bangladesh Although that chapter is too small yet it gave me an inside as to how it used to be in the 13th CenturyI am going to use this reference in my next article about my countryGood bookHighly recommended A great traveller I have known him by name since I was 10 years old