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Adventures of Serena Cook


Adventures of Serena Cook

Ibiza super-fixer Serena Cook spends most of her summer charming the macho Guardia Civil police when they try to shut down private parties.

But before sorting out celebrity revellers she had a few adventures herself. She was chased through the streets of St Tropez by two whip-wielding playboys riding Harleys; mugged at knifepoint by five crackheads in Bogota; stranded at sea in eight-foot waves off Koh Phangan in Thailand while on a 10-day colonic detox. She has been attacked by monkeys in Varanasi; swung across a piranha-infested river in Pantanau; and saw a wild tiger in Madhya Pradesh on the back of Tara, the elephant made famous in Mark Shand's book Travels on my Elephant.

She has emergency-landed in a helicopter field of cattle near the Carlisle exit of the M6; hitched a ride in the jungles of Colombia in an army plane full of fish; and taken a 72-hour bus journey across Brazil, only to have to turn back 100 miles from her final destination and catch a plane instead.

She has stranded her mother in the Jordanian desert; had a scorpion eyeing her jugular; and gone crazy for the breakfast at the Four Seasons New York after three months in Guatemala spent writing her thesis with nothing to eat but roots and beans.

Serena lives in Ibiza, where she knows, and can sort, everything. To test her skills this summer ring 0034 666 127 743.