It was sweet and complexe, it really wasn't the typicol story about tragedy; monsters, big challenges. More like a glance into someone's life in a foreign land.
Kinda refreshing ! Kind of reminded me of a few animes like Somali or Kino no tabi. About weird lands and travellers going through.
The art was really pretty, althought the face weren't super expressive maybe.
Also it may be the fact that I'm not a native speaker, but I sometimes had issues following the text as we constantly floating from someone standpoint to the other. I think it's easier to follow when narration's is only describing one standpoint at the time - just a random though of a non-writter tho.