Arnold Sadler: Ausflug nach Afrika

In the prehistory of the African excursion, Engelbert Hotz describes his life as the son to an "empire of cattle farming, country shop, butcher and guesthouse" in the small village of Hotzenwald. Measuring only 159 centimetres, he is constantly overlooked and is loved by no one.

Michael Obert: Regenzauber

Michael Obert spent seven months travelling along Africa’s third longest river, the Niger, entirely on his own – 4200 km, from its source along the crescent of the Niger in the Sahel to the delta in the Gulf of Benin. He crosses all kinds of obstacles, always aiming to sail the whole river from well to its mouth.

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