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Yes, I was on that brilliant adventure (with my then boyfriend, now husband, Nick). I remember you and Clve very well. Indeed, Clive and I stayed in touch and met up a few times in the UK afterwards, as I also did with Jay. The others I remember from the bus are:
Gerald and Sharon (Gerald had an HGV or PSV licence and sometimes shared the driving with Angelo)
Brian and Fran
Karen and John Mullen (Irish)
Tom and Gary (there's a post on here somewhere from Gary)
Sue and Angela
Diane and Rex
Ken and Normada(?) (American)
I have some photos which I will try and post.
I traveled by Budget Bus to Dehli. It was 1977 or 1978. We set of in November the driver was Angelo and his girl friend was Carla. I recall a few of the names- Kate ( a lovely Irish girl) Kishi Yamamoto (great fun Japanese photographer- later partner of Adrian Sherwood (music producer)), Neva Jackick- Australian (worked with Barry Humphries many years ago), Clive Walker (my travelling companion)
Was anyone on that brilliant adventure?
Hiya, we left Totteridge Tube Station on Monday, November 17th a little after 6pm. Maybe 6.30 ish. I think I was the last to climb aboard. Below are notes/reminiscences.
On a rainy night in November 1975, an assorted group of hippies, drop-outs, refugees from Middle England, eccentrics, dreamers and hopefuls climbed aboard a bus at Totteridge tube station, on the Northern Line, London. Destination: India and beyond. This is their story.
A JOURNEY TO THE EAST
Those were the daze
Dedicated to Hermann Hesse and all Journeyers to The East!