Succumbing to restlessness, at the age of 33 Michèle Harrison quit her City job, bought an Enfield motorbike and set off to tour the Indian subcontinent. Until then, she had only ridden scooters around London. Her 17,000-mile journey took her through the mayhem of Delhi traffic, the mountains of Kashmir, the desert of Rajasthan, the beaches of Goa, the southern tip of India, the remote tracks of Nepal and the eerie Himalayan barrenness of Ladakh. She wanted an adventure to spice up her life and fulfil her wanderlust: she got that...and much more.
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About the Author
Michèle Harrison was born in France in 1964 to American parents and at the age of 13 moved to London, where she has stayed, more or less, ever since. Travel has always been a big part of her life: she has spent a few years in northern California, a year in Egypt, a year in India and the odd weeks, or months, here and there. She now shares her time between the French Alps and London.