Two Suitcases and a Dog

Two Suitcases and a Dog

Author: MacEoin, Finn
€2.50
"Two Suitcases and a Dog" is not about coming to Provence, buying a 3 million Euro house, spending summer visiting vineyards, eating out in expensive restaurants and complaining about tradesmen. No, this is the tradesman speaking about his real life drama of arriving in France from NZ without a word of the language and virtually penniless. It's about being declared homeless by the French Government and all because of his love of a dog which he refused to put in quarantine. Thus exiling himself and his Kiwi wife, until he either smuggled the foxie into Britain, or waited for her to die. Other than a free meal at a restaurant on their first night in France, they did not eat out again for four years, because of their poverty line existence. Read how they worked both the system and their way to Provence, where they now live next door to Pierre Cardin, in what can only be described as an idyllic abode of the Lacoste Luberon. Mac Eoin has been through the mill and felt the weight of the stone on occasion, but never despaired, or gave up. Let him now guide you through a nightmare, which became a dream.
Book Title Two Suitcases and a Dog
Author MacEoin, Finn
"Two Suitcases and a Dog" is not about coming to Provence, buying a 3 million Euro house, spending summer visiting vineyards, eating out in expensive restaurants and complaining about tradesmen. No, this is the tradesman speaking about his real life drama of arriving in France from NZ without a word of the language and virtually penniless. It's about being declared homeless by the French Government and all because of his love of a dog which he refused to put in quarantine. Thus exiling himself and his Kiwi wife, until he either smuggled the foxie into Britain, or waited for her to die. Other than a free meal at a restaurant on their first night in France, they did not eat out again for four years, because of their poverty line existence. Read how they worked both the system and their way to Provence, where they now live next door to Pierre Cardin, in what can only be described as an idyllic abode of the Lacoste Luberon. Mac Eoin has been through the mill and felt the weight of the stone on occasion, but never despaired, or gave up. Let him now guide you through a nightmare, which became a dream.