In a city in Central Mexico, an aging wanderer comes to rest. As he walks the streets, drinks in the cafes, and stares at the bare walls of his hotel room, he dreams of his past—of pirates in the Sulu Sea, of South American jungles, dust storms in Africa, the back alleys of Singapore, whorehouses in Cebu, the Cages of Bombay, a fishing boat in the South Seas—and the women: women savage and gentle, women loved and lost...all of them named Lola.
Autobiography of a Wanderer is the second of the Lola Trilogy: a hallucinatory voyage into a man's past.
Text and photos copyright D.N. Stuefloten.