The Great Railway Bazaar quote

My favorite part of the audiobook 😉

“The wind, rising from the harbour, which was lead grey and pimpled with drizzle, blew into my eyes. I was squinting with the cold I had caught when the first September chill hit London and roused in me visions of palm trees and the rosy heat of Ceylon. That cold made leaving all the easier; leaving was a cure: 

‘Have you tried aspirin?’ 

‘No, I think I’ll go to India.’ “

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