Maureens journey began as a child in wartime London. Emigrating to the other side of the world in the late 1950’s meant never seeing your loved ones again. Crossing the Alps in a bubble car, sailing through the Suez Canal, driving in the Australian outback alone, recreating herself time and time again. The fashion world of the 1960s and 70s when Australia and New Zealand were like the wild west. The men in her life and the high cost of loving. This poignant and searingly honest memoir tells the tale of a maverick spirit with an appetite for change, who set out to see the world and to see how it would change her.