One thing worth noting is a bonus section that contains advice from people—bloggers, tour guides and others—who were asked for a single tip they would give visitors to Italy. There is a small blurb about the country followed by: Elizabeth delves into the struggles of living abroad for herself, but also the affect on the friends and family close to her.
One page is just pictures, and the other is facts about the country. Elizabeth honestly and fearlessly recounts her struggle with adjusting to motherhood. The first is a series of brief guides to the country for foodies, wine lovers, outdoor people and history buffs from chefs, wine experts, a base jumper, hiker, cyclist and a professor of Italian history.
She also has a dry sense of humour, which I enjoyed.
For starters, a lot of foreign countries are home to pickpockets who can spot a tourist from a mile away. She took a chance on the railways. The second section divides the country by region.
The city is a wonderful mix of the old and the new. The book nicely depicts the rewards of a decision to pursue a future abroad. You can travel the whole world just by lounging on the couch. Except that the rabbits are savvy enough to know that this is no hunting dog, and calmly step back into the hedges when they see Jim charging, stepping back out once he had gone.
None of these is necessarily a must-have, but you will be thankful for them if you should ever need them. There are no huge, impersonal supermarkets: Hats off to Griffis for thinking of it. Wearing flip-flops anywhere except the beach is another.
The recipes play an important part of the story. It made me feel like I could do it too—give it all up and move to Andalucia. This family was very brave to dive right in and immerse themselves in a whole, new life.
By the time she left, meals were served pre-prepared, as on planes. The book is beautifully produced, with over photos and watercolours—Susan is also a painter.
It took all her skills as a driver not to be blown across the road into the path of approaching trucks. But this book helps keep me sane!Travel books, book reviews and recommendations on World Hum.
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