That Bear Ate My Pants! by Tony James Slater audiobook

That Bear Ate My Pants!: Life and Near Death in an Ecuadorian Animal Refuge

By Tony James Slater
Read by Tim Campbell

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There comes a time in every man's life when he says to himself, "Holy Sh*t! I'm about to be eaten by a bear!" Tony James Slater went to Ecuador, determined to become a man. It never occurred to him that 'or die trying' might be an option . . . The trouble with volunteering in a South American animal refuge is that everything wants a piece of you. And the trouble with being Tony, is that most of them got one. Just how do you 'look after' something that's trying its damnedest to kill you and eat you? And how do you find love when you a) don't speak the language, and b) are constantly covered in excrement and entrails? If only he'd had some relevant experience. Other than owning a pet rabbit when he was nine. And if only he'd bought some travel insurance . . . That Bear Ate My Pants is the hilarious tale of one man's quest to better himself. Whether losing a machete fight with a tree, picking dead tarantulas out of a tank of live ones or sewing the head back on to a partially decapitated crocodile, Tony's misadventures are ridiculous, unbelievable and always entertaining. Long before Sky One got involved, there were already plenty of Idiots Abroad. This is the story of one of them . . . This book is now the first in a series, following Tony's adventures through the UK and Thailand in Don't Need The Whole Dog!, and around Australia in Kamikaze Kangaroos! They can be read separately or together just as easily.

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There comes a time in every man's life when he says to himself, "Holy Sh*t! I'm about to be eaten by a bear!"

Tony James Slater went to Ecuador, determined to become a man. It never occurred to him that 'or die trying' might be an option . . .

The trouble with volunteering in a South American animal refuge is that everything wants a piece of you. And the trouble with being Tony, is that most of them got one.

Just how do you 'look after' something that's trying its damnedest to kill you and eat you? And how do you find love when you a) don't speak the language, and b) are constantly covered in excrement and entrails? If only he'd had some relevant experience. Other than owning a pet rabbit when he was nine. And if only he'd bought some travel insurance . . .

That Bear Ate My Pants is the hilarious tale of one man's quest to better himself. Whether losing a machete fight with a tree, picking dead tarantulas out of a tank of live ones or sewing the head back on to a partially decapitated crocodile, Tony's misadventures are ridiculous, unbelievable and always entertaining.

Long before Sky One got involved, there were already plenty of Idiots Abroad. This is the story of one of them . . .

This book is now the first in a series, following Tony's adventures through the UK and Thailand in Don't Need The Whole Dog!, and around Australia in Kamikaze Kangaroos! They can be read separately or together just as easily.

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Author Bio: Tony James Slater

Author Bio: Tony James Slater

Tony James Slater is a very, very strange man. He believes himself to be indestructible, despite considerable evidence to the contrary. He is often to be found making strange faces whilst pretending to be attacked by inanimate objects. And sometimes-not always, but often enough to be of concern-his testicles hang out of the holes in his trousers. It is for this reason (amongst others) that he chooses to spend his life far from mainstream civilization, tackling ridiculous challenges and subjecting himself to constant danger. He gets hurt quite a lot.

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Available Formats : CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Travel
Runtime: 9.29
Audience: Adult
Language: English