Home is where the heart is
Who has it better, the city slicker or the country cousin?
Having grown up in a small town on the west of Ireland, I was slightly unprepared for city life when my parents moved us lock, stock and barrel to central London.
It was a shock, to say the least – at 17 years of age I knew no one, nobody cared what I was up to and not a single person would smile as we passed each other on the busy streets.
But while it took...
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