Boarding the first plane from Africa, Frankie accepts sharing space with big families, including their chickens.
Later, on the last leg of the flight, the American plane offers sleep mask, toothbrush, sox, in-flight movie.
Even the movie's content seems crude, stupid as opposed with her conversations with Brits on her job.
First grocery shopping experience is overwhelming with so many choices, plus the fat, healthy children in the store.
Yet, she was not afraid at night in Sudan. She was housed in a locked, fenced, guarded compound.
Her parents and their neighbors do not lock their doors.