Successful Independent Tourist Guide Pt. 3: Laws of the Land Tourists Should Know [NOOK Book]

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Traveling to foreign countries - or even within your own country - can bring legal problems if you don't know the laws of the land. Use the information here, along with the online and offline resources offered at the end of the ebook, to ensure that you're following laws during your travels. Avoiding legal trouble can help make your vacation much more pleasant.

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Successful Independent Tourist Guide Pt. 3: Laws of the Land Tourists Should Know

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Overview

Traveling to foreign countries - or even within your own country - can bring legal problems if you don't know the laws of the land. Use the information here, along with the online and offline resources offered at the end of the ebook, to ensure that you're following laws during your travels. Avoiding legal trouble can help make your vacation much more pleasant.

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Michielle DJ "Michi" Beck is an accomplished writer of print books, e-books, articles, essays, ghostwritten research, opinion pieces, and white papers. A prolific writer, Beck has produced thousands of short pieces in addition to her longer works, creating quality content under her own name and as a ghostwriter for others.As an editor, she has worked with ebooks and print books, as well as articles, essays, white papers, and dissertations, in copy editing and substantive editing roles.Her full-length books - both fiction and non-fiction - are represented by The Swetky Literary Agency. She also writes online articles and blogs, as well as ebooks. Beck is the author of Sorry, I Thought I Loved You, Chipmunka Publishing (June, 2011).A professional freelance writer and editor since 1994, she has addressed hundreds of topics in virtually every imaginable genre and can produce quality copy on nearly any topic. Her main areas of expertise are psychology, self-help, religion, and the paranormal, as well as law and business.Beck also has experience in real estate, decoration and design, personal finance, DIY projects, pets, parenting - most specifically from a single-parent standpoint - and elder care. She is particularly fascinated by nature, history, and weather.As someone who is always interested in learning new things and exploring the world around her, she is a consummate researcher and a dedicated professional who gives her all to every client.Beck has a BA in legal administration and an AAB in business management, and is also a Certified Reiki Master and an ordained Reverend. She is a professional member of the American Society of Authors and Writers (AmSAW), a life member of the International Ghost Hunters Society, and a life member of MENSA, the high IQ society.
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