Amazon Jungle Adventures Dedicated to Howard Stern
YONKERS, New York - Adventurer-author Diane Terezakis embarks on an exciting voyage through the Amazon jungle and the Andes Mountains as she transports her readers along with her on this remarkable journey, inviting them to, “cozily sit with your feet on the coffee table, deliciously entertained, and free from itsy-bitsy biting critters, rabid jungle dogs, and nefarious medicine men.”
Whether sharing knowledge attained through a sacred plant ritual, the romance she finds with a leader of the Huaorani Tribe, or the tarantulas that frighten her while she bathes, Diane Terezakis authentically shares her experiences as if unashamedly talking to a best friend. “Howard Stern,” she says in her dedication, “helped me to realize that the only way to tell a story is to tell it all, regardless of how vulnerable I might feel.”
Elixir qualities aside, inhabitants of the Amazon jungle and the Andes Mountains (symbolized by Maiz) are becoming perpetually Westernized (symbolized by Coca-Cola emblems throughout South America), and the terrain is sadly changing. Oil companies decimate the Amazon daily, and cultures in both vicinities are losing their hold. As if catching fleeting moments on film, Diane attempts, through her memoir, to immortalize the beauty of the jungle and the mountains while capturing comic moments, vulnerable, endearing episodes, thought-provoking tragedies, and painful disillusionment. Diane’s passages weave into an unforgettable scrapbook of her travels in South America.
An avid adventurer, seeker of higher states of consciousness, athletic zealot, and college writing professor, Diane Terezakis combines all of her resources in her South American journey through the Amazon Jungle and the Andes Mountains.
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