Fleur Britten is a journalist, and since 2004 has worked for the Sunday Times. Where she is currently senior commissioning editor of Style Magazine.
We have her new book here at the office. And we have some to give away!
I have been having a read and it has definitely inspired me to do a trip!
A bit about the book:
Starting out in Moscow and taking the Trans- Siberian Railway she ends up in some unusual places, meets some crazy characters and sleeps on a very random selection of couches. Along the way, Fleur discovers that the promise of 'couch available' rarely means just a couch, with meals, unofficial local tour and family welcomes all part of the experience. It seems that the more couches she accepts, the more she starts to realsie that couch surfing isn't just a sofa for the night- it's a whole new way to travel.
I have 4 to give away and so the first four people to email me with the correct answer to following will get a Couch Surfing book:
In the Summer 2009 catalogue how long did it take James our photographer to get to China on the train?
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
enjoy your lunch times.