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By: Pamela Jean Miller

How It All Began

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A most entertaining, amusing and gripping memoir, rich in action and packed with interesting characters, often in diverse places.

This thrill-seeking brave adventurer leaves the reader in awe of life on the move in the years before modern technology, devoid of the internet, mobile phones, travel guides and credit cards.

She paints a vivid picture of various countries throughout the globe. The many forms of transport undertaken to various destinations and the colourful characters she met along the way.

During times which will never be experienced again. Through war-torn countries, many under civil unrest, behind the Iron Curtain, and across deserts and mountains.

This true story is bound to enthral and also inspire. Her descriptions are told with candid honesty, dotted with humour and history, and is bound to please readers of all ages.

A completely captivating memoir that will keep the reader engrossed to the very last page.

Pamela Jean Miller was born in Hobart, Tasmania. She got educated at Broadland House School, Launceston, Tasmania. Pamela moved to Ireland in 1979. She started breeding Irish Sport Horses, some which achieved international acclaim. Virginia Wolfa became Dublin Champion Broodmare in 1988. Pamela achieved a distinction diploma in Freelance Journalism in Scotland, 1996. She was the first person in Ireland to qualify in equine artificial insemination at Elmwood College in Scotland outside the veterinary profession in 1995.


Pamela attended Wat Po Thai Traditional medical association for foot massage and she qualified 2016.

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  • Jo Roberts

    What a wonderful adventure travel read. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of this book. Part one was my favorite, especially the South American travels as it was in a period of time when there was no internet or phones to google your way around the world and it took me back to my first 6-month backpacking trip in 1989 where all we had was a shoestring guide book.

    Pamela was very good at explaining the smallest of details and also making us fall in love with some fabulous characters she met on her travels.
    I really hope she writes another book for the other countries she mentioned but didn’t make it into this book.

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