A Phase I’m Going Through is an autobiography, written by Tony Jones, with Trish Burt.
This is not just a book about Encounter Overland, but an extremely well-written and readable account of Tony’s whole life, from his birth in war-torn London to his retirement in Pokhara, Nepal.
The book recounts, in some detail, Tony’s remarkable life of adventure travel across the globe. It stands up very well in comparison with adventure travel books by the likes of Paul Theroux, Dervla Murphy et al.
|Kathmandu by Truck by Barbara Lamplugh.
Barbara was on a London to Kathmandu overland in 1974 led by Peter Brodie in truck RXP597.
See the passenger list for this expedition.
(See also https://barbaralamplugh.com/tag/kathmandu-overland/)
|Overlanding – the ultimate road trip by Tim English based on his experiences as an EO leader/driver. (Names have been changed to protect…OK they’ve just been changed!) (Available from Amazon.)
|Overlanding 101 by Leader/Driver Mark Fittall. (Available from Amazon)||Africa Overland by David Hardham who was on a London to Johannesburg overland in 1971
|Bitten by Africa by John Mather who, with his wife Doreen, was on a London to Johannesburg overland in 1990
(John uses ‘Angus’ as a pseudonym for the true name of the Leader/Driver in the first part of the book.)