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In this clever collection of nonfiction tales, Kunthea Relinski, tells of her times abroad in Europe as a dictionary. She attends luxurious parties in London, has her passport stolen on a train in Rome and meets overly friendly locals in Nice. She risks friendships in Barcelona and makes new ones in Vienna. These accounts shed light on what it is like to travel as young person abroad, the underbelly of London highlife, the fragility of new relationships, and more.
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|Publisher:||Barnes & Noble Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.34(d)|
About the Author
Kunthea Relinski is a travel writer and author based out of Dover, New Hampshire. She was born in Cambodia and raised on the eastern seacoast. And like Ms. Audrey Hepburn, she believes in kissing and in laughing as a calorie burner but she also believes in strong coffee, the ERA and inducing change through the power of art and literature.