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Get A New Life Abroad In 2008 !! By Daniel Stephan
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At least 4 million American civilians live abroad most or all of the year. They found lower costs of living, new friends, economic opportunity, and exciting experiences by choosing new homes... More > throughout the world. How can you start to explore this opportunity? This book explains how you can begin to choose candidate nations to evaluate for expatriate living. It lists sources of information to help prepare for your initial visits. Then it advises on how to proceed after that with your in-depth investigations and evaluations. Finally, it describes nations and regions I recommend you consider. The 24 chapters include interesting anecdotes from seasoned world travelers, detailed lists of internet and print information, and organizations that can be contacted in the USA and worldwide for data and directions. FOR A FREE LOOK, CLICK ON THE "PREVIEW THIS ITEM" BOX INSIDE. E-MAIL THE AUTHOR, DAN STEPHAN, WITH ANY FEEDBACK AT DANSWIFTREPLY@YAHOO.COM< Less
Get A New Life Abroad In 2008 !! By Daniel Stephan
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At least 4 million American civilians live abroad most or all of the year. They found lower costs of living, new friends, economic opportunity, and exciting experiences by choosing new homes... More > throughout the world. How can you start to explore this opportunity? This book explains how you can begin to choose candidate nations to evaluate for expatriate living. It lists sources of information to help prepare for your initial visits. Then it advises on how to proceed after that with your in-depth investigations and evaluations. Finally, it describes nations and regions I recommend you consider. The 24 chapters include interesting anecdotes from seasoned world travelers, detailed lists of internet and print information, and organizations that can be contacted in the USA and worldwide for data and directions. FOR A FREE LOOK, CLICK ON THE "PREVIEW THIS ITEM" BOX INSIDE. E-MAIL THE AUTHOR, DAN STEPHAN, WITH ANY FEEDBACK AT DANSWIFTREPLY@YAHOO.COM< Less
The Roxy Letters: stories sent home from abroad By L. K. Chazda Albright
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In December 2008 a grandfather living in Albuquerque, New Mexico asked his daughter to please write home with news. It is not unusual for families in America to live hundreds of miles apart. But... More > Roxanne lives in Homburg, Germany. This collection of anecdotal letters tells of raising Roxanne, a bilingual toddler raised biculturally. In this volume, which spans a year's time, Roxy learns to speak her first complete sentence, discovers a very active imagination, learns to play with other children, earns her first pair of big girl panties, starts her first days in Kindergarten, and experiences romance on the playground. THIS IS A LARGE PRINT EDITION.< Less
A Humorous Romance of Outdoor Life By FREDERICK UPHAM ADAMS
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John Henry Smith has requested me to revise and edit his diary, and, to use his own expression, "See if I can make some kind of a book from it." It was his idea that I should eliminate... More > certain marked passages, and disguise others, so as to conceal the identity of the originals. Since Mr. Smith is abroad I can do as I please. Aside from renaming his characters, I have left them exactly as he has drawn them. This may lead him to do his own editing in the future. I have also taken the liberty of reproducing some of the sketches made by Mr. Smith. In addition to literary, artistic, and athletic gifts Mr. Smith has had the rare good fortune to--but I must not anticipate his story.< Less
Fishpingle A Romance of the Countryside By Horace Annesley Vachell
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Horace Annesley Vachell (1861–1955) was a prolific English... More > writer of novels, plays, short stories, essays and autobiographical works.Born in Sydenham, Kent on 30 October 1861, he was educated at Harrow and Sandhurst. After a short period in the Rifle Brigade, he went to California where he became partner in a land company and married Lydie Phillips, his partner's daughter. His wife died in 1895 after the birth of their second child. He is said to have introduced the game of polo to Southern California.After 17 years abroad, by 1900 Vachell was back in England and went on to write over 50 volumes of fiction including a popular school story, The Hill (1905), which gives an idealised view of life at Harrow and of the friendship between two boys. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horace_Annesley_Vachell< Less
A Lost Lady of Old Years: A Romance By John Buchan
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A Lost Lady of Old Years is set in Scotland in 1745, during the Jacobite Rebellion. This dark story of loyalty and betrayal on the road to Culloden Moor recounts the adventures of Francis Birkenshaw.... More > The Jacobite cause means nothing to him until a chance meeting with the beautiful Margaret Murray presents an opportunity for profit and adventure. This fateful encounter marks the beginning of Francis's involvement with John Murray of Broughton, an infamous traitor and turncoat. This novel tells the story of Francis Birkenshaw, a young man from a good Border family, who grows up in Edinburgh determined to live a life of villainy and debauchery. But his wild escapades soon force him to flee abroad.< Less
Breathing the Same Air: A Peace Corps Romance By Gerry Christmas
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Author Gerry Christmas is one of “Kennedy’s Children,” an idealist who answered the call to join the Peace Corps not once but twice. In Breathing the Same Air, a gritty memoir of... More > love and loss, he narrates his volunteer experiences in both Thailand and Samoa. From the sultry alleys of Bangkok to the serpentine paths of his Polynesian island, Christmas explores new frontiers of mind, body, and spirit. He shares stories from cross-cultural miscues and screw-ups to Peace Corps politics and squabbles. He also ventures into the classroom where he talks about his Thai and Samoan students who effuse a certain candor, curiosity, and charm. And he narrates pursuing Aied, his long-lost love, and the difficult decision to return to the United States. As Christmas looks back on his Peace Corps days, he is mindful of President Kennedy’s words: “… we all inhabit this small planet. We all cherish our children’s futures. We all breathe the same air. And we are all mortal.”< Less
Breathing the Same Air: A Peace Corps Romance By Gerry Christmas
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Author Gerry Christmas is one of “Kennedy’s Children,” an idealist who answered the call to join the Peace Corps not once but twice. In Breathing the Same Air, a gritty memoir of... More > love and loss, he narrates his volunteer experiences in both Thailand and Samoa. From the sultry alleys of Bangkok to the serpentine paths of his Polynesian island, Christmas explores new frontiers of mind, body, and spirit. He shares stories from cross-cultural miscues and screw-ups to Peace Corps politics and squabbles. He also ventures into the classroom where he talks about his Thai and Samoan students who effuse a certain candor, curiosity, and charm. And he narrates pursuing Aied, his long-lost love, and the difficult decision to return to the United States. As Christmas looks back on his Peace Corps days, he is mindful of President Kennedy’s words: “… we all inhabit this small planet. We all cherish our children’s futures. We all breathe the same air. And we are all mortal.”< Less
Love In Paris - Poetic Guide to the Romance of the City By Lepota Cosmo
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A first quote book about Paris, literary and cultural pendant and great tour literature. Here for the first time do we have thoughts and impressions of intellectuals, and people, expressing their... More > views about City of Love: Cezanne, Gertude Stein, Derrida, Elbaz, Picasso, Cocteau, Hemingway, Camus, Visconti, Flauber, Hugo, Duras, Fitzgerald, Ginsberg, Wilde, La Rochefoucauld, Twain, Gaultier. Paris seen from the eyes of lovers, strangers, Parisians, painters and poets, men and women of Fashion. Works encompass the most important books on Paris, A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, Paris France by Gertrude Stein, Zone by Guillaume Apollinaire, Outside by Marguerite Duras, Innocents Abroad by Gertrude Stein, Paris by Edward Rutherfurd, etc. It shows good literal practise of Frenchman, through phrases, proverbs, and impressions.< Less
Three Years in Asia: Forgotten Buddhist Temples, Barefoot Children, and Unexpected Romance By Chris Wedding
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Between 2000 and 2003, Chris Wedding, a Kentucky native and North Carolina resident, taught in Japan with the Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. During that time, he sent home letters... More > which described the 80,000 miles and 1,000 days of his life and travels in Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Australia. This book, with over sixty pictures, is based on these letters. It is part travelogue, part social and environmental commentary, and part humor. The book was inspired by the best-selling comedic travel writings of Bill Bryson. Those who have read Three Years in Asia call it “charming” and “an entertaining portrait of life in Japan” claiming that it makes them “laugh out loud” and feel as if they’re on the journey with the author to “the other side of the world.” 100% of the profits from the sale of this book go to charities which support children in need in Southeast Asia.< Less