One Way Ticket: From America to Anguilla Paperback – June 23, 2016
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About the Author
From the day Melinda met him, her husband Terry said he wanted to live in the Caribbean.
Eventually, she achieved her career goals in the vast pharmaceuticals industry, and he had driven a devices company across forty quarters of double-digit growth to acquisition by a Fortune 300 company. It was time to pursue their Caribbean dream-and moving to a wired island with a nearby international airport allowed them to keep working with their US and European clients-and walk a perfect beach every morning.
Melinda graduated summa cum laude from the University of Southern California, where she also obtained her MBA. She assumed increasing sales, training, and marketing responsibilities in the healthcare sector before establishing her consultancy in 2001.
Since making the island their home, they have enjoyed every facet of life in Anguilla and been welcomed into more families and embraced more friendships than they ever thought possible.
- Publisher : Melinda Goddard; 1st edition (June 23, 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 306 pages
- ISBN-10 : 069265254X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0692652541
- Item Weight : 12.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.69 x 8.5 inches
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Here is a couple that move from a multi-million dollar home in New Jersey to a million dollar home in Antigua. It is hard to take their anxiety and angst seriously as their expectations of a 'smooth move' would be seen as unrealistic to anyone who knows the Caribbean. It is totally lacking in reflection on the meaning of their change and the culture of the society that they are moving toward. I am surprised that I truly read the whole thing, but I was hoping for some thoughtful gems about the people of Anguilla instead of just presenting individuals. NOTE: there are no notes whatsoever thanking anyone for editing, making suggestions, or providing input - no acknowledgements whatsoever - and that is reflected in the lengthy, wandering text.
Being a resident of Anguilla and having built in Anguilla, I could relate very well to the experiences described in this fascinating tale. Anguilla was a great choice for these expats who are now Anguillians. This little island has lots of potential for becoming the ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of North America, without being too far from family and friends back home. Anyone considering visiting or relocating to the Caribbean should take a read of this beautiful story
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