Poms & Pakehas: An Immigrant's Memoir of New Zeland J.V.A. Robinson Author
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An account of the author's experiences when he emigrates to New Zealand in 1962 on one of the last ships to transport emigrants to the Antipodes. He lives, works and travels widely in the North and South islands, experiencing the six o'clock swill and the blunt attitude of New Zealanders towards Poms (English men and women). He relishes the wonderful climate, topography and wildlife - as well as that descended from the ape, as he enjoys a life that has now largely disappeared under the depredations of tourists and political correctors.


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