The author has travelled the length, or breadth, of all the world’s continents, from coast to coast, using land or water-based public transport. (There is, as yet, no public transport in the Antarctic).
What Time is the Bus? is the final journey. The book is filled with stunning – often off-beat – photography, while the text is a lyrical set of essays documenting ‘the other side of travelling’, often focussing on the smaller matters that so often evade the quick tourist. The book is part homage to the planet, and an exquisitely sensitive observation of the subtleties of life – a search for the commonality in humanity.
Overall it is a traveller’s tale for travellers…