Finished this book yesterday on my way home up from London to Cambridge. Really enjoyed it and there's nothing quite like a story to explain a time, place and situation (early-mid 1900s, second world war). Wonderfully told in light-hearted fashion. Reading this alongside 'The Road To Mecca' (a slightly more serious book) really has me bubbling to get out and hit the road.
Focusing my weekends on getting back to London and practising my driving at present. If all goes well and I can pass my driving test mid-July, my weekends (plus 25 working days annually!) shall be a bit more free for travel God-willing.