Albert Camus travelled to the United States for two months in 1946, from March until May. He then travelled in South America from June until August 1949. These are his travel journals. His trip to North America is under the capacity of a journalist who views the New World’s grandiosity, whilst keeping in the back of his mind, his own priorities. While in South America, an honored guest and with the essence of celebrity, we see his fear and suspicion of a new wave of tuberculosis, a sickness that he also had to go through. These are his journals through both journeys, both physical and psychological.