Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Paperback)
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow is a travelogue with a difference. Two retired women set off in a campervan from London to tour Europe. Neither has driven a campervan before, much less had any experience driving on the right.
They journey through four countries and cover 4,000 miles, often bewildered by one-way systems and rapid changes of language, yet meeting kindness wherever they go. The women's varied and often bizarre escapades make for entertaining reading from start to finish.
They experience being locked in an underground toilet in France, finding distant relatives in Germany quite by chance, and spending a frightening night freedom camping on the Riviera.
For those who love to read about the touring experiences of others, and are pining to get out on the open road themselves, it's all here in this true and eccentric account.
About the Author: Elaine Blick lived in England for many years and taught school in London. "Although I grew up in New Zealand and had my education here, I now live beside a beach outside of Auckland, which is rather different from London." Now retired, she enjoys travelling and researching the historical novels she writes. This is her eleventh book.