Category: Women

The Intrepid Dervla Murphy

In A Book of Travellers’ Tales (Picador 1985) Eric Newby describes Dervla Murphy as: “Intrepid Irish traveller, mostly in Asia and Ethiopia, on bicycles or with quadrupeds, or local transport.” Her tale is titled: “A lone female cyclist deals with a randy Kurd on the Turkish-Iranian frontier, 1963.”

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