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Two Suitcases full of Kangaroos-bookcover

By: Fil Bufalo

Two Suitcases full of Kangaroos

Pages: 500 Ratings: 5.0
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Passport? Check!

Suitcases? Check!

Kangaroos? Check!

And we’re off! If you enjoy travel, having a laugh, are a keen conversationalist and even keener historian and lover of brilliant architecture, then these trips are for you!

Take care to cosy on down in your seat, and choose your fellow seat-mate discerningly because one foot on the buses and there’s no looking back.

Tempted? Then make haste to hobble, hurdle or haul yourself up the gleaming silver steps of these ‘Laugh a minute’ luxury coaches and await further hilarious instructions. Rest assured you will never be able to look a tour guide straight in the eye ever again without thinking of Aston, Gilda, Stan or Hugh (no, not puppies).

From the wilds of Cornwall to cosy little Irish pubs, from pirate coves to magnificent Gothic churches, and from the oceans to the mountains across the valleys and windswept moors – these two coach tours have it all. Not to mention the mystery of the tiny, furry kangaroos.

Fil Bufalo has been writing for a lifetime—on the sand, on slate and in shorthand. An animated storyteller and accomplished raconteur, she has gathered all her thoughts, philosophies and musings on life into a bonfire of words and taken the plunge with a match.

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  • Ann Göth

    In her travels to Devon and Cornwall, handing out miniature kangaroos on the way, Fil Buffalo makes sightseeing enjoyable and insightful. What makes this book even more recommendable is the dry humor that she throws into the story like raisins in a dow. Don’t miss this read if you are a traveler. I promise you will have the aha moments when you realize that your own experiences with traveling are similar but you would never be able to describe them in such funny ways. And if you are from the UK, you will understand why Fil “feels strange to be juxtaposing England and sunshine in the same sentence”. She was “going out on a limb here”, hoping England would “shed her uptight, gloomy raincoat persona and emerge as a chilled, yet temperate climate landscape”. This style of writing keeps you entertained throughout the whole book. Highly recommended!

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