When roaming, do as the Romans do

When roaming, do as the Romans do

The Roman satirist Juvenal, who wrote 2 000 years ago, is still the source of some timely maxims. On the question of who can be trusted with power, for example: “Who guards the guardians?” And his observation that the “common people”, rather than caring about their freedom, are only interested in “bread and circuses”.

If 65-year old Peter Tennant had applied Juvenal’s investigative skills he might not now be at war with World Travel International.

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