Anne Mustoe

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Anne Mustoe (24 May 1933 – 10 November 2009[1]) was an English schoolteacher, a touring cyclist, author of travel books and former headmistress of Saint Felix School, Southwold, Suffolk. She fell ill and died in a hospital in Aleppo, Syria on 10 November 2009.[1]

She was married to Nelson Edwin Mustoe QC (1896–1976). Her stepson, Julian Mustoe, completed a circumnavigation of the globe (2001–2012) following the route of HMS Beagle.[2]


  • A Bike Ride: 12,000 Miles Around the World (1991) ISBN 1-85227-337-2
  • Cleopatra's Needle: Two Wheels by the Water to Cairo (2003) ISBN 1-85227-984-2
  • Lone Traveller: One Woman, Two Wheels and the World (1998) ISBN 1-85310-970-3
  • Che Guevara and the Mountain of Silver: By Bicycle and Train Through South America (2007) ISBN 0-7535-1274-2
  • Two Wheels in the Dust: From Kathmandu to Kandy (2001) ISBN 1-85227-926-5
  • Amber, Furs and Cockleshells: Bike Rides with Pilgrims and Merchants (2005) ISBN 0-7535-0983-0
  • Escaping the Winter (1993) ISBN 0-7535-0825-7


  1. ^ a b "Mrs Anne Mustoe". St Felix School. Archived from the original on 4 January 2010. Retrieved 20 November 2009.
  2. ^ "Bill's Log": "Harrier, a radically modified Folksong yacht", 18 January 2010

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