Whether you're rambling around the world or just your own neighborhood, you'll enjoy the adventures of the ultimate ramblers, David Scherer and his wife, Martha. Join them as they travel from Africa to Australia, Rio to Rhodes, and interact with everything from gay penguins to stoned koalas. At once entertaining and inspirational, this is a memoir full of wit, wisdom, and our wondrous world. No doubt, it'll elbow you into doing a little rambling of your own.
They've visited one hundred and forty-eight countries, which is more than the Queen herself (not the Cunard vessels, which they've sailed as well, just to keep the record straight). Their maritime rambles include a crash in a hot-air balloon, confrontations with lions and kidnappers, and unwitting incursions into seagoing nudist colonies. They have made nine circuits of the world and one hundred and twenty individual voyages on Crystal Cruises. Given the number of catastrophic blunders they've made en route, it's a wonder they've returned at all, let alone with panache.