The Travels of a Fat Bulldog

The Travels of a Fat Bulldog The fierce secrecy surrounding the corps of the Queen s messengers has been somewhat relaxed recently but the silver greyhounds are still bound by the Official Secrets Act This is the record then of

  • Title: The Travels of a Fat Bulldog
  • Author: George Courtauld
  • ISBN: 9780349108438
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • The fierce secrecy surrounding the corps of the Queen s messengers has been somewhat relaxed recently, but the silver greyhounds are still bound by the Official Secrets Act This is the record then, of an off duty Queen s Messenger Courtauld goes white water rafting in Costa Rica and walking in the foothills of the Himalayas, is nearly drowned in Mauritius and loses himThe fierce secrecy surrounding the corps of the Queen s messengers has been somewhat relaxed recently, but the silver greyhounds are still bound by the Official Secrets Act This is the record then, of an off duty Queen s Messenger Courtauld goes white water rafting in Costa Rica and walking in the foothills of the Himalayas, is nearly drowned in Mauritius and loses himself looking for the Limpopo River He is interested in everything, looking at flora, fauna, architecture, art, and history, but it is the quirkiness of human nature that delights him most.

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    1. The term "Fat Bulldog" refers to a dismissive term given to members of the Queen's Messengers squad, charged with securely transporting diplomatic items around the world. In addition to that part-time job, Courtauld is also a British farmer; his travel tales are broken up by (italicized) summaries of his life at home between assignments. Flying around for free (mostly first class), and being feted by the station embassy staff is rather a cushy job for most outings (though his trips to Mongolia d [...]

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