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Bitten by Spain
Deborah Fletcher

In search of la buena vida and sunnier climes, Deborah Fletcher and her husband John came to be the proud owners of a large and extremely beautiful piece of land in a river valley in the region of Murcia, southern Spain. There, with an ever-increasing menagerie of dogs, cats and ... ->

British Marathon Running Legends of the 1980s
Gabrielle Collison

After the running boom of the 1980s, British marathon running standards gradually started to decline. This was despite the continued advancements in scientific backup, training methods, equipment, full-time professionalism and sponsorship. As a consequence, in the late 1990s, Gabrielle Collison decided to research the factors as to why this was happening and ... ->

Buying Property in Poland
Tim Hill

Buying Property in Poland is the complete guide for investors in search of capital gain, private buyers relocating for a lifestyle change, work or retirement and business entrepreneurs keen to be part of this rapidly developing nation. Writen by those who live in the country and work constantly with foreign buyers ... ->

Career in Your Suitcase
Jo Parfitt and Colleen Reichrath-Smith

Career consultant Colleen Reichrath-Smith joins serial expat and author Jo Parfitt in the fully revised and updated fourth edition of A Career in Your Suitcase. The ultimate career resource, A Career in Your Suitcase aims to help the aspiring mobile entrepreneur to find a career that: a) is based on ... ->

Didgeridoos & Didgeridon'ts
Vicky Gray

A collection of short, personal experiences that Vicky Gray and her family encountered during the first year of their new life Down Under. In addition to entertaining diary entries, inspirational stories from other expats, top tips and vital resources, the book is crammed full of well-researched information on everything you ... ->

Elearning 101
Liz Hardy

E-learning 101 is a one-stop e-learning resource. This e-learning e-book will cheer you on, while it shows you the ropes. It’s just like having your own personal e-learning coach. This e-learning resource can do three things for you. 1. Save you time – by quickly explaining how everything works (it’s much faster ... ->

Going Local in Gran Canaria
Matthew Hirtes

Whether you've visiting Gran Canaria courtesy of picking up a last-minute bargain break or planning to relocate there, Going Local in Gran Canaria is the book for you. Covering everything from places to see on your holiday to property advice and career opportunities, Going Local is much more than a ... ->

Perking the Pansies
Jack Scott

Jack and Liam, fed up with kiss-my-arse bosses and nose-to-nipple commutes, quit their jobs and move to a small town in Turkey. Join the culture-curious gay couple on their bumpy rite of passage. Meet the oddballs, VOMITs, vetpats, emigreys, semigreys, debauched waiters and middle England miseries. ... ->

Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Paul Allen

Before you move your life overseas you need to read this book! Moving to a new country is not as hard as it may seem, but it does take a concrete decision, followed by decisive action. This book helps you make that decision, and maximize your prospects for leading a happy ... ->

Spain The Expat Survival Guide
Yolanda Solo

Spain continues to rank as the popular expat destination with hundreds of thousands of us living or owning property here and thousands more pursuing the Spanish dream each year. Yet, despite huge numbers choosing to relocate here, only a handful of expats are really successful in the long term. The rest ... ->

The Complete Guide to Buying a Cafe
Craig Reid

"The Complete Guide to Buying a Cafe" is the comprehensive guide to buying a cafe in Australia.  If you are interested in buying a cafe the 167 pages of valuable advice will help you to: Understand what running a café is really like Help you to decide if a café business is right ... ->

The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition
Tina L. Quick

Third culture kids/global nomads have typically interacted with two or more cultures during their developmental years - those years that shape who they are as human beings. As they go about living their normal highly mobile, cross-cultural lives, they have no clue as to how they are being impacted. But ... ->

The Longest Journey finding the true self
Amanda Stuart

Who sees a counsellor and why? Do you have to be feeling suicidal, or at least a little crazy? Can counselling really make a difference to how you feel? Do men seek counselling and if so, is it a sign of weakness? Does a counsellor simply give advice? This book ... ->

THE WIND CHIMES OF LIFE
D. A. Mc Bride

The "Wind Chimes of Life " is about a real journey, the lessons learned along the way, and how a relationship with God through His Word is needed to encourage, inspire and heighten one's consciousness. The Wind Chimes of Life is a "LIFE IN SESSION" journey! As Elder J. ... ->

What Your Atheist Professor Doesn't Know But Should
Stephen Joseph Williams

The information age has begotten turmoil. It seems that the more information we have, the less peace the average person has. To many, an impression has developed that modern science has disproven the existence of the metaphysical realm, and doomed us to a sterile, pointless wandering in the wilderness of ... ->

Widowhood 101
Dawn Millen

Widowhood 101 is part of the story of the first 18 months after the death of my husband in 2010. It does not hold the full story of that time, but holds some tips and tricks that I have learned to make the journey just a little easier ... ->

World War D
Jeffrey Dhywood

“World War-D” revolves around the simple but fundamental question: “Are organized societies capable and willing to manage and control psychoactive substances, instead of leaving it to organized crime?” Jeffrey Dhywood obviously thinks they are, and explains why and how. “World War-D” clearly demonstrates that prohibition is the worst possible form of control. ... ->

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