One millennial, six coach trips, one big generation gap.
Ben Aitken was born under Thatcher, grew to six foot then stopped, and is an Aquarius. He is the author of Dear Bill Bryson: Footnotes from a Small Island (2015) and A Chip Shop in Poznan: My Unlikely Year in Poland (2019), 'one of the funniest books of the year' (Paul Ross, talkRadio).
Both moving and hilarious -- Spectator * Books of the Year *
A tale of gloriously eccentric British pensioners [and] a light-hearted travelogue ... [but] so much more than that as well. The pen portraits of his fellow holidaymakers are wonderful. And boy, can he write. -- Daily Mail * Book of the Week *
Funny and moving ... the type of gentle travel writing that will leave you aching to visit a local seaside resort. -- Stylist