Up a Creek Down Under

Bothersome insects, delightful creatures, and the man who transforms potholes from death traps to works of art... Meet these and more in this humorous, informative & reflective travel tale.

After twenty years off the mosquito menu, the author returns to the Land Down Under.
But is it what she expected? And what adventures does she get up to along the way?

Find out in Up a Creek Down Under! More

Available ebook formats: epub

About Alannah Foley

Alannah Foley... aka 'The Pyjama Writer'

Author of travel tales, light cosy mysteries, short fiction, and other maverick titles that won't fall in line...

Raised in the UK, Alannah lived in her Aussie birthplace for five years in her twenties, where mozzies regularly used her for target practice. She managed to return to Old Blighty devoid of shark or snake bite, however, and currently lives in picturesque Cornwall with her cycling-obsessed partner.

As an author, Alannah writes 'across the board' and loves bringing a sense of fun to her work. Since 2011, she has published mysteries and short fiction as well as travel tales and satirical portraits about life's foibles (some still in the pot!).

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To find out more about the author & her work, visit her website at www.thePyjamaWriter.com.

About the Series: Travels Down Under
Raised in England, Alannah Foley always had a hankering to return to her Australian birthplace. Then, one day, she made the leap - and got more than she'd bargained for. After spending 5 years Down Under, she returned to England. Two decades later, she found herself still there, and decided it was time to make the trip back. But would it be as she expected? And what adventures did she get up to along the way? Find out in the author's Travels Down Under series.

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