Broke Through Britain: One Man's Penniless Odyssey

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Random House, Mar 23, 2012 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
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During the summer of 1998, Peter Mortimer set off on the 500-mile journey from Plymouth to Edinburgh, accompanied only by his King Charles spaniel. He took no money and had no transport or pre-arranged accommodation. Bereft of the basics necessary for human existence, such as food and shelter, he was dependent for his survival on his own wits, the generosity of others and good fortune.
 

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User Review  - daviddunbar - LibraryThing

This is flat out my favourite travel book. Mortimer and his dog set out to walk from London to Edinburough without a plan and without a dime. He has no idea where his next meal is going to come from ... Read full review

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Day Two Monday 27 July
Day Four Wednesday 29 July
Day Six Friday 31 July
Day Eight Sunday 2 August
Day Ten Tuesday 4 August
Day Twelve Thursday 6 August
Day Fourteen Saturday 8 August
Day Sixteen Monday 10 August
Day Eighteen Wednesday 12 August
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