Sometimes facing up to your problems is just not an option.
Dixie Wills reveals the ultimate rural, coastal, urban and mountainous getaways for when life gets a bit too much..."Places to Hide" is the essential guide for anyone who needs to disappear for a bit.
Containing tips on concealment, total identity change and crouching, up-to-date information on local terrain, and the experiences of famous hiders such as Lawrence of Arabia, "Places to Hide" is ideal for any aspiring hermit or professional dodger who needs to get away from it all.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 224 pages, colour photo sections
- Publisher: Icon Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 05/10/2006
- Category: Humour
- ISBN: 9781840467680
- Paperback from £6.35
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Review by MiaCulpa
I never had the need to hide whenever I've been in England, so cannot vouch for the usefulness of "Places to Hide". However, due to my almost superhuman ability to inadvertently insult people, I will certainty be armed with a copy of "Places to Hide" the next time I visit the UK.No matter where in the UK I somehow anger someone (perhaps by making an inappropriate remark about their mother or accidentally running over their dog), I can consult "Places to Hide" and find a convenient hiding spot. Not only that, it gives an abundance of pertinent information so I can make the most of my hiding spot. For example, if I was in the vicinity of Ashdown Forest in Sussex when I idiotically told a woman that, yes, her buttocks did look big in that, I could make a beeline to Gill's Lap, where I would no only find a handy hiding spot but know that this very spot was where AA Milne placed Eeyore's home. Recommended for all idiots heading to the UK.