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Australian Memories: Discover Aussie Land and the Mysterious Red Center by Ndeye Labadens is the first installment in a series featuring the author’s adventures through Australia. From the natural beauty of its lovely locales to fun activities like outdoor concerts, from the exquisite and gorgeous cafés of laid back cities to the glitz of high rise establishments, from the song of birds to the buzz of busy cities, the author reserves surprises for readers, unveiling hidden and somewhat not-so-noticeable gems of Australia. Here is a book that allows readers to get a feel of the culture, a glimpse of social interaction, and a good idea of Australian hospitality.
Told in an exciting and ebullient voice, this book combines elements of a great memoir with adventure to inform and entertain readers, opening their eyes to the wonders of Australia. Although the prose isn’t exceptional, it is friendly and the reader can feel the excitement as the author leads them on her adventures from Sydney to Tasmania, to Alice Springs, to Kakadu, to Darwin and to Melbourne. The narrative is punctuated with breathtaking images of touristic moments, fascinating sites, and landscapes. The author offers a feel of the Australian culture that tourists and visitors to Australia will find interesting and helpful. Australian Memories: Discover Aussie Land and the Mysterious Red Center by Ndeye Labadens can be read as an adventure of a tourist or an outsider’s view of the country. I found it engaging and surprisingly entertaining. This is one of the books to read if you are looking for fun ideas and information about Australia.