By: Nick Phillips
66 pages, Col photos, maps
St Helena was a vital port in the days of sail, and became famous as the place of Napoleon's exile. No longer on the shipping routes and without an airport, the South Atlantic island has inderservedly, but inevitably, vanished from travellers' itineraries. Its small population lives unhurried and peacefully amid historic places and remarkable natural beauty. This book contains everything the visitor needs to know. How to get there, what to expect and what to do. Background information summarises St Helena's history, development and environmental features.
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