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A delightful memoir of a later-life friendship and what happens when two ladies of a certain age decide to test the maxim Leap and the net will appear!
When two old school friends reconnected unexpectedly after 35 years, they discovered that they both love traveling—and the more exotic and far-flung the location, the better! Not having a clue whether they would get along, the eccentric pair embarked on a trial journey to Morocco. That tentative beginning turned into a series of wonderfully unusual trips, and Hil and Liz have been circumnavigating the globe ever since. Among many other destinations, they have taken in Marrakech, Fez, and the Atlas Mountains; Patagonia and the Galapagos Islands; Istanbul and Cappadocia. They've been on safari in Namibia, Botswana, and the Serengeti, attended music festivals in Naples and Prague, and made a pilgrimage to the western isles of Mull and Iona. Along the way they have encouraged, enraged, and entertained each other, while living through countless adventures. This is a book for thrillseekers and armchair travelers alike, a celebration of friendship and laughter, and an inspiration for anyone who has longed to venture outside their comfort zone and travel to exotic places.
About the Author: Hilary Linstead is a theatrical agent for directors and designers in Australia, and has represented a host of distinguished clients from Gillian Armstrong to Baz Luhrmann. Liz Davies is a civil servant and freelance journalist.
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