Andrew Cox has spent much of his life travelling and working in various countries, as a result he’s amassed a number of amusing and dramatic experiences that he enjoys sharing with anyone who dare listen.
Andrew was encouraged by friends to document his stories and in 2012 wrote his first book: ‘Wearing Yesterday’s Underpants – Again’ published by eText Press Publishing. This first work recounts his overland journey from Beijing to Barcelona, a trip that did not quite go to plan.
During 2012 Andrew also wrote and performed his first solo Spoken Word show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival: 'When Holidays Attack'. The show was a great success and achieved an audience attendance that was double the size of the average Fringe show that year.
When at home Andrew enjoys public speaking and regularly entertains audiences with his travel stories. He is currently writing his follow up book: ‘Wrong Turn at Machu Picchu’.
For more information about upcoming books and appearances, please visit: www.andrew-cox.com
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Wearing Yesterday's Underpants - Again
I promised Servane our honeymoon would be really different to our previous adventures. She expected a relaxing shopping tour of Paris. Instead she got dragged across the world on a budget overland trip from Beijing to Barcelona, forced to eat flea-ridden Mongolian mutton, fire an AK-47 in a Soviet bunker and spent a night locked in a Polish toilet.
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