All About Going Abroad by Harry A. Franck Brentano’s, New York (1927) The first obvious question of the prospective
The wanderlust is perhaps the most precious of all the troublesome appetites of the soul of man. Ramsay MacDonald was
There’s nothing really can touch skiing, is there? The way it feels when you first drop off on a long
It often seemed to me that we were a luxuriously equipped expedition going forth to seek discomfort…But discomfort, after all,
Wind, Sand and Stars by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Penguin Classics (first published in 1939) We tasted the gentle excitement of
The 8.55 to Baghdad by Andrew Eames Published by Corgi (2005) “She used to come here to do her shopping.
No Hurry to Get Home by Emily Hahn Published by Open Road Media (2014) “The old euphoria of the traveller,
Enjoy the world, travel over it, and learn its ways but do not let it hold you … . To possess