Sports writer Graham Fisher and his wife Joan get the travel bug. Both undergo cancer scares after planning a round-the-world trip a only after an edge-of-the-seat ordeal do they make it. Five and a half weeks later they are back, exhilarated but broke. They decide to sell their beloved Victorian home to fund more exotic adventures and that too is a roller coaster ride. Graham Fisher recalls the thrills and the pitfalls and adds some sardonic thoughts about modern travel and life after retirement. It is a tale that will strike a chord with those of his generation and inclination.After the brush with lunacy at Greenoak Avenue we had decided to move into rented accommodation after the sale, giving us time ... As you can imagine, the furniture and artefacts in fifteen rooms at No 14aincluding the cellarawould have filled the nearest Ikea. ... Ultimately, our worldly goods scattered in seven directions: Basics like clothes, cutlery and bed linen came with us to Cloverley ac Wardrobes, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Kiss and a Cup of Tea|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2012-09-26|