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Do you . . .
Carry emergency teabags in your backpack?
Quietly tut at badly formed 'queues'?
Cleverly avoid blisters by wearing socks with your sandals?
. . . then you may be suffering from (more) VERY BRITISH PROBLEMS.
In this sequel to the original and quite-funny-if-you-like-that-sort-of-thing Very British Problems book, Rob Temple is taking us out of our comfort zone. We're going to that worrying place where crisps don't taste quite the same - and where ordering chips gets you . . . well, crisps. We're going abroad.
Whether you're in Magaluf or the Maldives, indulging in après ski or Aperol, no one is immune to the raging superbug that is Very British Problems.
Previously published as Very British Problems Abroad.