[PDF/EBOOK] Lone Traveller BY Anne Mustoe

Free download Lone Traveller

A fascinating account of a British woman s epic journey cycling round the globe fron East to West Using historical routes as her inspiration Anne Mustoe followed the ancient Roman roads to. When I heard that Anne Mustoe had written a second book on her travels I just had to have it Her first book A Bike Ride is one of my favourite travel books read and re read over the yearsAt age 54 she left her job and set out alone to circle the globe on her bicycle as detailed in A Bike Ride Once was not enough for the intrepid Mustoe however and at 60 she embarked on a second world cycle tour which she describes in Lone Traveller Starting from the Colosseum in Rome she followed Roman Roads to Lisbon From there she travelled the routes of the Conuitadores across South America followed in the footsteps of Austrailan explorers through the Outback and embarked on the fabled Silk Road from China to the MediterraneanAnne Mustoe is intelligent articulate and literate A scholar and former headmistress her expolits are told in an engaging and delightful fashion She brings a freshness and immediacey to her writing unlike the cynical observations of many world weary travel writers Mustoe is delighted to immerse herself in new countries and cultures but without sugar coating the difficulties met and sumounted along the way Her amazing joureys make for a breathtaking read I had great difficulty in putting this book down

Summary ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Anne Mustoe

Lone Traveller

N back to Rome Full of exciting stories of police arrest the threat of guerillas and attacks by wild dogs Lone Traveller is an engrossing tale one woman s experiences on a remarkable journ. the usual excellent read

Anne Mustoe ↠ 2 Characters

Lisbon travelled with the Conuistadors across South America pursued Captain Cook over the Pacific to Australia and Indonesia and followed the caravans along the fabled Silk Road from Xi a. The common uestions about traveling are often consented around the practical aspects of cycle touring rather than the journeyThis is not the usual travelogueIn this book contained within separate chapters are the ins and outs of dealing with the situations you might encounter within any countryBy no means a definitive guide but a nudge to use common sense based on what you have observed and therefore anticipate


10 thoughts on “Lone Traveller

  1. says:

    I had the great opportunity to meet Anne Mustoe on my recent travels in Mali, West Africa She is a great lady and I could hardly wait to get ho

  2. says:

    When I heard that Anne Mustoe had written a second book on her travels, I just had to have it Her first book A Bike Ride is one of my favourite travel books, read and re read over the years.At age 54, she left her job and set out al

  3. says:

    She makes it sound so easy Just start pedalling, without any training, and go round the world Easy going with so many interesting meetings and descriptions of where she is I have ordered two of her other books Ver

  4. says:

    I have read and loved Anne Mustoe s books for years from her first adventure this is a collection of episodes from various e

  5. says:

    The common questions about traveling are often consented around the practical aspects of cycle touring rather than the journey.This is not the usual travelogue.In this book, contained within separate chapters, are the ins and outs of dealing

  6. says:

    Bought as a present I read the book previously and thoroughly enjoyed it What an achievement for the writer to have branched out so late in life on these escapades all over the world, alone on a bike

  7. says:

    no complaints about service good book enjoyed it.

  8. says:

    Great book, inspiring me to cycle to India

  9. says:

    the usual excellent read

  10. says:

    Anne Mustoe s books are gems They all contain her scholarly knowledge, her enthusiasm, her curiosity and above all, her capacity for getting on with all sorts of people I was at her funeral and was most impressed by the character of all her family and friends who clearly adored her.