Bill Stoever hitchhiked 50,000 miles in the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. He was imprisoned by the secret police in East Germany, sailed on a dhow to Zanzibar, was stranded on a hippo island in Uganda, violated the apartheid laws in South Africa, rode six hours through the Congolese jungle standing in the back of a truck, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro (twice), traded currencies on the black market in Egypt, and swam the Suez Canal.
He recounts the triumphs and discomforts, the glorious adventures and lonely miseries, the dangers, diseases and detentions, the nice guys, weirdos and women that he experienced in 86 countries.
After returning to the U.S. he completed an MBA and Ph.D. at New York University and made his career as a professor and consultant on international management.
“Hitchhike the World: Book 1” available on Amazon.com and Kindle
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