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A most entertaining read. -- Stephen Fry
A breath of fresh air in the overly serious business of travel writing. -- Adventure Travel
An enjoyable and cheeky romp around Europe
Be prepared to come off the moral high ground as you follow three 'up-for-it' young men across Europe. I defy anyone who does not find themself chuckling at Bassett and Ferris's sardonic and cheeky wit...In 'Don't Lean Out of the Window', culture is left behind while anything , or anyone, foreign, is at the mercy of these guys satire.
Both men and women will revel in this read - men because of the hilarious (and it really is) schoolboy humour, and women, because they will be quietly amused at the (mainly futile) efforts of these boys in attracting the opposite sex. Anyone who has been inter-railing on a tight budget will relish this book - but the experience is by no means a prerequisite.See all Product Description
I stumbled on this book a few years ago in the library, read it in a couple of days and bought a pristine copy to treasure for ever. Read morePublished on 14 July 2010 by Mr. R. H. Battersby
How has this book got such bad reviews? It is a nice read, don't be expecting an in-depth tour guide to interrailing, this is basically about a few guys who set off round europe... Read morePublished on 25 May 2009 by Londoner
Poorly written, bereft of any genuine humour, a real trial to endure, but there was nothing else to read on a long bus journey and I was foolishly optomistic that there was light... Read morePublished on 23 May 2008 by G. Brandon
The European escapades of these cheeky scampsters will have you in fits. Infact,I defy you not to wee yourself with laughter as you whizz through this very amusing (not to mention... Read morePublished on 24 July 2000
Having been interrailing myself, I related to the squalor that these boys endured while they try to 'do Europe' without even enough money to buy a bag of crisps. Read morePublished on 19 Jan. 2000