Debra Boyask, New Zealander transplanted to England gives her best recollections of first impressions. This is a pleasant read, little but not lacking, cataloging placement. This captures the stranger in a strange land sense and makes some interesting comments on English life, facets crap and pleasurable that are taken as granted. It's a good introspective album of pictures and words, I got the feeling from it, as a neighbour of England, that we have still a way to go, but so many positive aspects also, which at lows can be so taken for granted. This observational mini diary of the pursuits of England hits the spot with minimal effort and looks the part.
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