The volume's first entry is Nov. 22, 1921, in Srinagar, Kashmir. Locations visited between November 1921 and June 1922 include: Peshawar, Tope, Bhopal, Delhi, Bombay, Bangalore, Mysore, Srinangapatna, Ooty, Kadur, and Madras. While in Ooty, Augustus went on several tiger hunts, but was unsuccessful. Healy also describes visiting the museum in Bangalore. While in Madras, the couple toured tea plantations, the jungle, gardens, and visited the city's museums and aquarium. They sailed from Bombay on Jun. 14, 1922.
The Healys arrived in Nairobi and then traveled to Simba Station, Kenya, meeting with several notable Westerners including Major Radclyffe Dagmore, Leslie Tarlton, and William Judd. They hired Judd to be their safari guide on July 5, agreeing to a sum of 1000 pounds for 3 months. Pages 128-222 describe their safari in the lands of the Maasai tribe, which included hunting lions, zebra, rhinosaurus, leopards, all sorts of deer, and elephants. Healy describes her own successful shots, as well as Gus's big kills. They returned to Nairobi on Oct. 6, 1922, when the diary abruptly ends.