East of the Sun, West of the Moon,
by Sir George Webbe Dasent, 1859

Then she rode, many, many days, a weary time, before she got to the East Wind's house. But at last she did reach it, and then she asked the East Wind if he could tell her the way to the Prince who dwelt east o' the sun and west o' the moon. Yes, the East Wind had often heard tell of it, the Prince and the castle, but he couldn't tell the way, for he had never blown that far.

"But, if you wish, I'll go with you to my brother the West Wind -- maybe he knows, for he's much stronger. If you will just get on my back, I'll carry you thither."

Yes, she got on his back, and I should think they went briskly along.