Blue Ink Review
In 1973, Terry Dwyer left his dead-end job to take the journey of a lifetime, earning
passage from Australia to Asia and then overland along the "hippie trail" to Europe. The
Trail is his engaging travelogue, introducing readers to fellow travelers and taking them
along as he encounters holy monkeys, winged cobras, treacherous Thai "ladyboys" and
angry border guards.
The Trail is a well-told tale, a page-turner in the best sense. Readers
will find much to appreciate here.
About the Author
Terry Dwyer was born and raised in Broken Hill. In 1973, he worked as a Sydney cab driver before travelling overland to Europe. Currently he works as a registered nurse/health centre manager in the remote regions of northern Australia. Terry is a frequent visitor to SE Asia, he is a keen diver and fisherman. He resides in rural Queensland with his wife, Vicki. The Trail is his only novel.