Livres en VO
- 8 Février 2001
This is a tale of Pete McCarthy's trip around Ireland. He discovers that it has changed in many ways. Obeying the rule to "never pass a pub with your name on it", McCarthy encounters English hippies, German musicians, married priests and many other oddities journeying up and down the land.
Reflecting on the many places he has visited as a travel broadcaster, the author admits that he feels more at home in Ireland than anywhere. To find out whether this is due to rose-coloured spectacles or to a deeper tie with the country of his ancestors, he sets off on a trip around Ireland and discovers that it has changed in surprising ways.