The Daily Telegraph magazine - Why Go To Katmandu cover (25 October 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Why Go To Katmandu cover (25 October 1968) Fair condition for age - there is age wear/yellowing to some pages - foxing to edges of some pages - there is an address written in pencil at the top of the rear cover - lots of creasing to front cover
Cover photo: One of Nepal's European hippies broods on the lap of Buddha beneath Katmandu's Monkey Temple
EVEN THE VICAR HUNTS - Robert Hughes visits the Devon and Exmoor Staghounds and sees the whole picture postcard scene
2 page feature
EPITAPH TO THE ANDREA DORIA - We report on an Italian-led team's risky dives to the wreck of the Andrea Doria - and the conclusions they have reached
Three and a half page feature
THE MARCO POLO HITCH - The first of two articles, Patrick Marnham tells of his travels with no-prospect hippies on the road from Istanbul to Katmandu
A SMALL TOWN IN GERMANY - Extract from the latest novel by John le Carré
Three and a half pages
200 YEARS AS THE AUTHOR'S FRIEND' - John Betjeman traces the history of the firm 'John Murray' which celebrates its bi-centenary this autumn
Two and a half pages
COOKING - "Potted meats"
Two and a half pages (by Robert Carrier)
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