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More Ketchup than Salsa: Confessions of a Tenerife Barman Paperback – August 13, 2012
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About the Author
Joe Cawley is an award-winning British author and travel writer. He lives in the hills of Tenerife with his partner and children, a dog called Mouse and five chickens. He's realised he gets most sense out of the chickens.
More Ketchup than Salsa was voted 'Best Travel Narrative' by the British Guild of Travel Writers.
Joe's work has been published in many national and international publications including The Sunday Times, New York Post, Conde Nast Traveler and The Taipei Times.
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Writing can be a lonely task. Joe is always pleased to hear from readers via email at writer @ joecawley.co.uk
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Top Customer Reviews
The variety of characters that visited the bar as Joe, Joy, David and Faith until she gave it all up was quite funny. They adjusted to the responsibilities of owning and operating a bar in a resort area with ever changing customers. It is written from Joe's point of view and his insights into the crazies of operating a bar/restaurant when none of them knew what they were doing. It was a sink or swim situation and with determination, learning on the job and keeping a positive attitude they made the first six months, the mile stone test for success. Living on an island in the tropics compared to the no future job selling fish in Bolton's Fish Market was worth all the stress and putting up with the conglomerate of the population the frequented the bar know as Smuggler's Tavern. It was written with very funny dry British humor, often sarcastic, which is my favorite kind of humor; I enjoyed reading this account of owning a business in paradise, cockroaches an all.
Cawley is a wonderful writer and he draws you into this very improbable story, hooking you before you know it. Suffice to say that I read this book with great enjoyment and grabbed the sequel ("Even More Ketchup Than Salsa") as soon as it was available. Hope he will keep us up-dated on his continuing family saga, even if it turns out that the goats ARE related to him.
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