30 Days in Sydney: A Wildly Distorted Account
English | 2008 | ISBN: 1596915692 | 256 pages | EPUB | 0,4 MB
This is a fabulously idiosyncratic small masterpiece . it's so good it takes your breath away."-Times (UK)
This intimate look at Sydney, written by a native who visited Australia during the Olympics in 2000 after a 17-year absence, has little practical travel advice to offer but loads of details of the many days the author spent wandering in a stupor from too much surfing during the day and too much partying at night. This presentation of Sydney as seen through the eyes of an insider rather than a tourist gives the book its undeniable charm, but it is also its weakness. Those who want to dig deep into the Aussie psyche will be richly rewarded, but those looking for advice on whether to take a tour of the Blue Mountains or cuddle a koala at a wildlife park may be disappointed.
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