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Dennison Berwick Biography
Born in England in 1956, Dennison Berwick emigrated to Canada in 1980. Since then he has walked the entire length of the river Ganges in India ( the 3000 km walk is recounted in "A Walk Along the Ganges") and travelled extensively in the Amazon and (journeys published as "Amazon" and "Savages: The Life and Killing of the Yanomami"). He is also editor of the "Canadian Retreat Guide", a guide to more than 140 monasteries, retreat centres etc. in Canada. He is currently working on a novel - three stories bound into one tale. He lives on a sailboat in South-East Asia. More information

Selected bibliography:

2000 onwards work in progess, “An Earth Made of Glass”

1998 "Canadian Retreat Guide", 2nd edition, published.

1996 "Directory of Retreats in Canada", 1st edition, published.

1992 "Savages, the Life & Killing of the Yanomami" published.

1990 "Amazon" published.

1989 to 1993 Lived in Lisbon, Portugal.

1986 to 1991 Travelled in the Amazon.

1986 "A Walk Along the Ganges" published. [ISBN 0836459164]

1983 to 1984 Solo pilgrimage 3,000 km along banks of River Ganges, India.

1980 Emigrated to Canada.

1976 to 1978 Reporter and columnist on Telegraph & Argus, Bradford, England.

1976 Overland to Turkey, Iran and Afghanistan.

1974 to 1975 Hitch-hiked solo, Cape Town to Cairo.
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