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Departures

Anna Hart
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Anna Hart

'Humorous, emotional and useful...Don't read Departures if you've got any annual leave left to play with'GraziaHave you ever turned up on a post-heartbreak holiday hopelessly unprepared and been forced to sleep on the floor wrapped up in a curtain? How about that eagerly-awaited solo adventure when you had to be airlifted home? Or what about the time you went to a fascinating European cultural capital and neglected to visit any of the world-renowned sights because you were in the bar? Well, Anna Hart has been on all those holidays, and more. As an avid traveller and then travel journalist, she's spent most of her working life on a plane somewhere, and over 10 years writing about the places she's ended up. In Departures she brings all of that knowledge together with the signature warmth and wit of her journalism. Anna is here to show that even the experts get it wrong, and how to get it right . . .

Moon Travel

Moon Living Abroad Italy, 4th Edition

John Moretti
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John Moretti
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Foster Huntington
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Foster Huntington
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Moon Living Abroad Japan, Fourth Edition

Ruthy Kanagy
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Ruthy Kanagy

Make Your Move!If you've imagined yourself creating a new life abroad, but don't know where to start, Moon Living Abroad in Japan has the honest and practical answers you need to make it happen. Making a life-changing move has never been easier. Moon Living Abroad in Japan provides:* Practical information on setting up the essentials, including visas, finances, employment, education, and healthcare* What you need to know about Japan's culture and language before making your move* Essential tips on how to find a place to live that fits your needs, whether you're a renter or a buyer* A deep exploration of the many regions, provinces, and individual cultures that Japan encompasses, enabling you to discover the best new home for you* Interviews with other expats who share their personal experiences building successful lives abroad* Special tips for those with children or pets* Firsthand insight from someone who's done it allIn Moon Living Abroad in Japan, Japan expert Ruthy Kanagy provides readers with essential tools and honest advice for creating a new life abroad in her beloved home country.

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Moon Living Abroad Australia, 3rd Edition

Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey
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Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey

Make Your Move!If you've imagined yourself creating a new life abroad, but don't know where to start, Moon Living Abroad in Australia has the honest and practical answers you need to make it happen. Experienced expat and Melbourne resident Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey knows a thing or two about adjusting to a new country.Moon Living Abroad in Australia provides:* Practical information on setting up the essentials, including visas, finances, employment, education, and healthcare* Strategic advice on planning a fact-finding trip before making the move* Essential tips on how to find a place to live that fits your needs, whether you're a renter or a buyer* A thorough survey of the best cities and regions to live* A deep exploration of the varying cultures, geography, climates, and wildlife of the vast and expansive continent* Interviews with other expats who share their personal experiences building successful lives abroad* Special tips for those with children or pets* Firsthand insight from someone who's done it allMoon Living Abroad in Australia provides honest advice and essential tools for anyone looking to make a new home abroad. Making a life-changing move has never been easier.

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A Guide to Studying and Living in Britain

Kris Rao
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Kris Rao

Every year more than 270,000 students from all around the world come to study in the UK - and the number is growing by 10 per cent a year. At present, most students coming to the UK have to rely on information from their friends, and brief leaflets and booklets supplied by universities. This indispensable guide tells students all they need to know about Britain's higher education system: the application process, funding, immigration controls, health service, accommodation, study methods and employment opportunities, as well as university life, British customs and habits, and lots of other information on day to day living in the UK.

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Live and Work In Dubai

Meera Ashish
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Meera Ashish
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Live and Work in Canada 4th Edition

Benjamin A. Kranc, Karina Roman
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Benjamin A. Kranc, Karina Roman

In this meticulously revised and updated 4th edition you'll find all you need to know to make your move to Canada trouble free, and your stay there - whether short or long term - successful. Canadian Immigration Lawyer, Benjamin A Kranc guides you step by step through the whole Canadian immigration process. He and his co-author Karina Roman, also resident in Canada, deliver invaluable advice on finding a place to live, getting a job or starting a business, right through to everyday issues such as rules of the road,shopping and simply having fun. In fact all you need to know to enjoy this wonderful country. - Understanding immigration policy - Renting or buying a property, and settling in to your new home - Finding employment and understanding the working environment - Enrolling in education for children and adults - Assessing health and social security - Travelling around Canada - Enjoying your leisure time - Learning about the history and geography of CanadaContents: Preface; 1. Deciding to come to Canada; 2. Learning a bit about Canada; 3. Immigration to Canada; 4. Understanding health and social security; 5. Taxation; 6. Finding a place to live; 7. Getting a job; 8. Going to school; 9. Driving in Canada; 10. Having fun; Glossary, Further reading; Useful addresses; Index.

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Live and Work in France 3rd Edition

Alan Hart
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Alan Hart

In this meticulously revised and updated 3rd edition you'll find all you need to know to make your move to France trouble free, and your stay there - whether short or long term - successful. It covers topics such as: Renting or buying a property and renovating a property, and settling into your new home; Finding employment and understanding the working environment; Self-employment and student employment; Retiring in France; Accessing health and welfare services; Enrolling in education for children and adults; Travelling around France; Enjoying your leisure time; and, Discovering the regions of France.Contents: Preface; 1. Introducing France; 2. Making a Successful Move to France; 3. Renting Property in France; 4. Buying and Renovating Property in France; 5. Settling into Your Home; 6. Finding Employment; 7. Working in France; 8. Self-employment and Student Employment; 9. Retiring in France; 10. Accessing Health and Welfare Services; 11. Enrolling for Education; 12. Travelling Around France; 13. Enjoying Your Leisure Time; 14. Discovering the Regions of France; Further reading; Index.

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A City by City Guide to Living and Working in Australia

Roberta Duman
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Roberta Duman
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A Guide To Studying and Living In Britain

Kris Rao
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Kris Rao
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Getting A Job In America 8th Edition

Roger Jones
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Roger Jones
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Living And Working In New Zealand, 6th Edition

Joy Muirhead
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Joy Muirhead

This is the book for anyone who has ever dreamed for living in New Zealand. Full of useful tips on immigration procedures, jobs-hunting, self-employment, education, health, and much more, Author Joy Muirhead has first-hand experience of emigrating to New Zealand and building a new life for herself and her family.Contents: Making the big decision; immigration; earning a dollar; education; housing and living; health and welfare; living under the law; the government and economy; women in New Zealand; leisure opportunities; a final word.

Billy Connolly

Billy Connolly is a world-renowned, award-winning comedian, musician, presenter, author and actor.

Deborah Rodriguez

Deborah Rodriguez spent five years teaching at and later directing the Kabul Beauty School, the first modern beauty academy and training salon in Afghanistan. She also owned the Cabul Coffee House, and is now a hairdresser and a motivational speaker. Deborah currently lives in Mexico where she owns the Tippy Toes Salon. To learn more about her visit www.debbierodriguez.com

Foster Huntington

In 2011, Foster Huntington quit his fashion job in New York city and moved into a camper van. Since then, he has driven more than 100,000 miles around the American west, surfing and camping. He began the popular tumblr account, van-life.net, in 2011.

John Moretti

A decade ago, John Moretti left his job as a small-town reporter in Vermont in search of fame and fortune in Italy. For years he worked in Milan as an editor at a national English-language newspaper, a joint venture between Corierre della Sera and the International Herald Tribune.Later, as a correspondent in Southern Europe, John covered everything from Lance Armstrong's string of historic Tour de France victories for the New York Sun to the plight of African prostitutes in Turin for the London-based Independent. His brief television career included an interview with Giorgio Armani for A&E's Biography and a documentary on Italian soccer for Australian television.Over the years, John has become an expert on Italian society. He has accumulated a multitude of priceless experiences in Italy to date: racing across the Bay of Naples at about 30 knots in Giovanni Soldini's trimaran, sledding with huskies by the Slovenian border, skiing the summit of Mount Etna hours before it erupted, celebrating Easter with friends in the Maremma...and enjoying long lunches al fresco.

Richard Whiting

Richard Whiting has been living and working in France for over 20 years. He has dealt with a variety of recent and established businesses and their proprietors, promoting his companies' business-to-business services and selling residential property.

Ruthy Kanagy

Ruthy Kanagy was born in Tokyo and grew up bilingual on both sides of the Pacific Ocean. After graduating from Christian Academy in Tokyo and finishing college and graduate school in the United States, Ruthy taught English and Japanese language and culture for many years in Japan and the United States. She also translated a Japanese children's book, The Park Bench. Ruthy calls Eugene, Oregon, home. Her travel photos are displayed at www.livingabroadinjapan.com.

Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey

When Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey's husband relocated to Melbourne, she found herself packing her bags and heading to the land Down Under. At first, the upside-down seasons in Australia threw her a little: hay fever in November, Christmas in summer, and snow in July took some getting used to, but she wasn't deterred. Since then, Ulrike has found plenty to love about Australia and has embraced her new home. She loves walking to the beach - a mere five minutes away - and getting her sugar fix at the many local "lolly" shops. Ulrike believes there is no better continent for a travel addict like herself to call home.Originally from Hamburg, Germany, Ulrike has lived on three continents and in six countries, including the UK, Qatar, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates. All that moving around has made her a relocation exert - now she loves sharing her knowledge with others as a freelance writer specializing in travel and expat issues.