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Moon Living Abroad in Ireland

Moon Living Abroad in Ireland

Second Edition
ISBN-10: 9781612381
ISBN-13: 1612381812
Size: 5.375 x 8.375 inches
280 pages
Paperback
$19.99 US
Rights: World
Published: February 2012

About the Book

Christina McDonald knows what it takes to make the move to Ireland, and she shares her seasoned advice on transplanting to this vibrant country in Moon Living Abroad in Ireland. Whether it's a bungalow in verdant County Kilkenny, a flat in lively Dublin, or a rustic cottage in the quiet Lakelands, there's a place that matches your budget, needs, and dreams—and McDonald uses her firsthand knowledge of Ireland to ensure that you have all the tools you need to obtain visas, arrange your finances, find employment, and choose schools for your kids.

Packed with essential information and must-have details on setting up daily life, plus extensive color and black and white photos, illustrations, and maps, Moon Living Abroad in Ireland will help you find your bearings as you settle into your new home and life abroad.
Christina McDonald
About Christina McDonald
Christina McDonald's first memory of Ireland is seeing a photo of the Dingle Peninsula when she was a child. Having grown up in Seattle, she was sure there was no place greener than Washington State, but that picture proved her wrong. Twenty-five years later, she went to Dingle and was seduced by the intense emerald green of the countryside, the colorful terraced houses, the sparkling blue of the sea, and the friendly, charismatic people. A year after returning home to America, she decided to make the move to Ireland to pursue a master's degree in journalism at the National University of Ireland, Galway. While she was there, she met her future husband, Richard, in a tae kwon do class.

After receiving her degree, Christina married Richard and stayed in Ireland for a few years before moving to London, where she currently lives. Since then, she has enjoyed writing for print, radio, and online media in Ireland, England, and the United States, including Dublin's Sunday Times, Galway's Connacht Tribune, the Galway Independent, the Seattle Post Intelligencer, Colures Magazine, Expedia.com, and USAToday.com.

When not busy writing, Christina likes to spend time with friends and family, read, work out at the gym, and travel with her husband and their young son, Adam.

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