My Strange Australia
by Leo Valeriano
Publisher: Smashwords 2014
Number of pages: 93
These few pages certainly do not want to be a travel guide or a treaty on the nation continent that is Australia. They are just little news flash that, in any case, can help you understand the strange country. Because, believe me, Australia is completely different from how we can normally imagine and consider it in Europe.
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