Explorer Sarah Marquis shares stories from her time walking across Australia about foraging for food, finding water, and evading crocodiles.
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Sarah Marquis first tasted adventure at the age of eight in her native Switzerland when she left home and spent a night in a cave with her dog. Since then she’s crossed Turkey on horseback, and journeyed by foot across Australia, the Americas, and Asia in the face of countless dangers. Join her as she shares stories about foraging for food, finding water, and evading crocodiles.
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