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Not all Wanderers are Lost

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Ross Radich loves to travel and has done plenty of it. As 'one who lived nowhere and was available to travel anywhere', he visited most of the planet.

On finding himself with no home, just a TV and a cat called Nelson Mandela, Ross, with no qualifications, decided he wanted a job with no responsibilities. He got one with no training. He nearly resigned but his daughter advised him to enjoy a free overseas trip first. So, using the quality of toilets as a grading system, he travelled the world, causing chaos as he required workers to work, refused to inspect a bulldozer suspended above him and realised nobody sat next to him on planes.

Filled with hilarious observations on overseas culture, attitudes, people he met and the abuse of rental cars, this is the diary of that rare creature, a happy man who truly loves his job.

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