Gone To Aragon takes the reader into and out of the sunlight in Spain via the author's easy-going account of taking risks and finding contentment in the wilds of Aragon. Ben Tideway pulled up stakes, burned bridges and fled from London to have a different life in a little pueblo in Aragon, NE Spain. The book is not a clichéd telling of hilarious incidents with builders and plumbers. It is focused on adapting to the ways of living in a small community in a rural part of a foreign country. A lot of ground is covered in the factual narrative which is interspersed in a seamless way with set pieces about some of the more colourful characters encountered during the twenty-five years he has spent in Aragon. This is a story about a man lucky enough to have found what he was looking for. About the Author - Ben Tideway is a freelance writer who has had a varied life and moved around a lot before putting down roots in the back waters of Aragon where he lives with his wife and a cat called Charley. Keywords: Travel, Autobiographical, Aragon, Spain, Lifestyle, Food, Integration, Anecdotal, Rural, Survival, Zaragoz
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|Size: ||296 KB|
|Publisher: ||First Edition Design Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781622878833 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|