15th stop: Australia

When I came to Australia, I paid my first rent in a boarding house occupied by a typical Australian lady called Fay, who was a part time vegetarian and full time patriotic! Her heart was benefiting from the vitamins and minerals she was getting from the fruits and veggies she was consuming daily but would…

12th stop: United States of America

When I was a kid I grew up watching teenage American movies. There was this typical American street snack that caught my attention in baseball matches. Soon it became a dream that my mother refused to make it come true. When I turned eighteen, I shifted to romantic comedies, and Meg Ryan brought it back…

Overview

According to the 2006 census, the Australian Bureau of Statistics states that approximately 200 nationalities live in Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Islanders, Owners of this land, mainly lived on wild berries and catch of the day from crocodiles to kangaroos, emus and fish, until the colonisation of the British in 1788. The WW1 and WW2…