Camping has a timeless appeal. It beckons people from all walks of life to abandon the modern comforts of home in search of the beauty and tranquility that only nature can provide. The love of nature transcends even the largest cultural and geological boundaries that separate us. Having some basic knowledge of how to get by in the wilderness is a requisite pillar of manliness, so it should come as no surprise to Hemingway fans that he would have some knowledge to offer.
Death in the Afternoon
Fans of Papa Hemingway’s work know all about how to drink from a wine skin at the festival of San Fermín in Pamplona, Spain. When bar crawling in Havana, they know to get their daiquiris at El Floridita and their mojitos at La Bodeguita. They are also well aware that Hemingway was an advocate of a mysterious and lesser known spirit known as absinthe.