Come for a week a stay for a lifetime! Thatas the lure of Ireland. Essential reading for anyone considering a move or visit to Ireland. Is Ireland the land of your dreams? Have you ever thought of staying for a prolonged visit, establishing residency, or creating an Irish business? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in Ireland? Find out in this rich volume of over 80, 000 words devoted to the ever-changing tapestry of living and working in Ireland. This fun, easy to read book contains (among other things) a brief history of Ireland, the opportunities present here for would-be immigrants, and tips on how to get a work permit, become a citizen, buy a home, cope with taxation and the cost of living, and enjoy this amazing country for yourself. As an added bonus, a Dictionary of Irish Slang and Phrases is also included! In 1982, American Tom Richards, fresh out of UCLA, took a four-week holiday in Ireland. Heas been here ever since. Witty and insightful, Tom tells how he overcame the culture shock of living in the Ola Sod, learning to twist his middle-class American thinking into a more European point of view while managing to pay his bills at the same time. Along the way, heas learned some practical lessons that he now shares: From how to understand the Irish to how to drink a perfect pint; from finding a job to how to get a work permit; from purchasing your fist dream home to learning to take soaking walks on a soft Irish day. Here, he reveals that to survive in Ireland all you have to do is discover the magic of this wonderful country for yourself. In its various editions, A Survivoras Guide to Living in Ireland has already sold over 15, 000 copies. With it you can learn to Talk like the Irish, Drink like the Irish, Work like the Irish, and Live like the Irish. Essential reading for anyone considering a visit or move to this fabulous countryAfter a bit of research he found a garage located in the midlands of England that was selling a pretty nice 1998 Jaguar. It was as clean as a ... A few years ago, I bought my then 23-year-old son a 1.1 litre Ford Fiesta. He asked for quotes from anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Survivor's Guide to Living in Ireland 2014 Edition|
|Publisher||:||Storylines Entertainment Ltd - 2013-11-24|