While waiting for domestic travel to resume across our wide brown land, Brian Johnston looks to Dorothea Mackellar's "My Country" for inspiration.
Brian Johnston seemed destined to become a travel writer and author: he is an Irishman born in Nigeria and raised in Switzerland, who has lived in Britain and China.
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