Recently heard that a copy each of The Snowing and Greening of Thomas Passmore and The Grease Monkey's Tale have found their way to Santa Marta in Colombia.
Friends from Port Fairy are travelling around South America at the moment. They took copies with them to read and to drop off en route. Can imagine them lazing in a hammock, reading, with the soft crash of the Caribbean a short stretch away. Very pleasant.
The books have probably been picked up by someone else now, ready to be left somewhere else - in Bolivia or Argentina or somewhere. That's an interesting thought.
Found plenty of decent pictures of Santa Marta, but this one stood out - a plane having a drink of water. (No one was seriously injured.)