Saw Stein off to Kashmir by the 11 p.m. train – his stay was very interesting, but too short to get anything but a very meagre account of his travels and discoveries.
After 2½ years wanderings in the great deserts of Central Asia, Sir Aurel Stein turned up this afternoon by the 3.30 p.m. train to stay a few days with us – looking extraordinarily fit and well – and a great pleasure to meet again. He takes me back to the old subaltern days of Mian Mir and my friend Sigismond de Justh who first brought us together as Stein was the only other Hungarian in India. I’m afraid that with the name of Stein he is liable to be interned or annoyed. I warned him.