Alexander Frater

About Alexander

Alexander Frater has contributed to various UK publications - Miles Kington called him 'the funniest man who wrote for Punch since the war' - and as chief travel correspondent of the Observer, he won an unprecedented number of British Press Travel Awards. He lives in London though, whenever time and money allow, is likely to be found skulking deep in the hot, wet tropics.

Alexander Frater

Books by Alexander Frater

Tales from the Torrid Zone
Tales from the Torrid Zone
Chasing The Monsoon
Chasing The Monsoon
The Balloon Factory
The Balloon Factory
Beyond The Blue Horizon
Beyond The Blue Horizon