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Permanent Passenger: My Life on a Cruise Ship By Micha Berman
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Imagine yourself sitting at home. The phone rings. You have been offered a dream job and have 48 hours to fly to Miami and board a 70,000 ton cruise ship. Your destination: the Caribbean. Permanent... More > Passenger: My Life on a Cruise Ship tells the adventure of a young man serving as an Assistant Cruise Director on one of the largest cruise ships in the world, Carnival Cruise Line’s M.S. Ecstasy. Witnessing rescues at sea, stowaways, and passionate romances are just some of the day-to-day events revealed in this humorous adventure. Discover one of the wackiest job searches ever undertaken including sending letters to over 2,000 college alumni, chasing cruise line executives into bathrooms, and transforming a dorm room into a private office with hired interns. All aboard – this is one adventure you don’t want to miss!< Less
Africa Remembered: Adventures in Post-Colonial Nigeria and Beyond By Steve Clapp
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Through letters and journals, a vivid description of Peace Corps adventures in Nigeria in the 1960s. Lavishly illustrated.
Bumfuzzle By Patrick Schulte
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We've all had that conversation—with ourselves or our significant other—the one about what to do with our life. For some it remains just that—a conversation. But for Pat and Ali the... More > simple question had an answer that demanded action. "Why not sail around the world?" Well, for starters, they had never stepped foot on a sailboat before. For another, they were on the fast track to beating out all of the Joneses. But they were bored and getting a little soft around the middle. The idea of moving to the suburbs from the city to become more comfortable made them queasy. Within months they'd bought a 35' catamaran and had set out across the Gulf Stream for the Bahamas, and for the next four years they sailed around the world. They learned that people are good the world over—that every stranger was not out to get them, that even the scariest looking among them—the pirates of our minds eye—are deep down no different from you and I. In fact, they've had that conversation too—What am I going to do with my life?< Less
The Southron's Guide to Living in Uruguay By The Southron
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The Southron’s Guide to Living in Uruguay is the most comprehensive and authoritative book available on moving to and living in the hottest new Expat retirement and Investment location in the... More > world: URUGUAY! It is also the most lavishly illustrated, and certainly the funniest—written from a very pronounced point of view by a “wheelchair bound curmudgeon” with a decade of experience living in the West Indies, former Yugoslavia and Central America.< Less