A travelogue with a difference. The account of a brief, seven-day trip to the author's home country of England, with often very humorous and poignant comments about the history, geography and sociology of the place. Includes a touching account of a Scottish family wedding, and numerous amusing anecdotes, as well as observations of the English at work and play. Short, snappy, and well worth a look! A real Wow! for casual historians, homesick ex-pats, lovers of real ale, those with travel in their heart, and anyone who likes to read about pleasing adventures and remembering their youth, the joyfulness of family reunions, and the futility of attempting to understand airport procedures! Well illustrated with good photographs.