Author Ken Haley took off for South America but halfway through his journey Covid struck. That did not deter him…read about his stint in a jail cell in Gabon, interrogation by Liberian police and what attracted him to travelling in the first place. And how a cathartic event during the invasion of Kuwait, while working as a sub-editor in Bahrain, almost cost him his life.

Haley in Hotel Ambos Mundos, Cuba, Ernest Hemingway’s summer retreat in the 1940

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