Most people would agree that travelling is good for the soul. It not only educates you about the culture, history and politics of other countries, it allows you to become more tolerant of others, appreciate your home more, and may give your life fresh purpose. At a crossroads in his career, accountant Angus Rich followed his dream of an extended trip to Europe, to experience places he had not visited in previous travels to the Continent. Waiting for his very last flight home to Australia, he had somewhat of an epiphany. Why not pursue a long-held desire to become a writer and share his insights about his solo travelling adventure?In A Man Abroad, Angus recounts his journey, introducing readers to the magnificent scenery, majestic architecture and enduring history of many of Europe’s cities and landmarks. We are swept along with him as he experiences the highs and lows of modern day travel, from meeting memorable people and making new friends, to lost luggage and officious airport staff. This book is for anyone who has ever been bitten by wanderlust or has a yearning to learn about new destinations, taste unfamiliar foods, experience diverse cultures and meet interesting people.