Life After My Saucepans: Lifting the Lid on Living in the Dominican Republic

Life After My Saucepans Lifting the Lid on Living in the Dominican Republic In What About Your Saucepans Lindsay de Feliz gave up marriage and a successful career in the UK to follow her dreams as a scuba diving instructor in the Dominican Republic She met and married her Dom

  • Title: Life After My Saucepans: Lifting the Lid on Living in the Dominican Republic
  • Author: Lindsay De Feliz
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  • Page: 485
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In What About Your Saucepans Lindsay de Feliz gave up marriage and a successful career in the UK to follow her dreams as a scuba diving instructor in the Dominican Republic She met and married her Dominican man and went on an incredible adventure involving political corruption and being shot in her own home Life After My Saucepans continues the story with Lindsay and DaIn What About Your Saucepans Lindsay de Feliz gave up marriage and a successful career in the UK to follow her dreams as a scuba diving instructor in the Dominican Republic She met and married her Dominican man and went on an incredible adventure involving political corruption and being shot in her own home Life After My Saucepans continues the story with Lindsay and Danilo living in hiding, away from the beaches and tourist resorts, in the mountainous, remote, sparsely populated north west of the country Will Danilo return to politics, will they turn their lives around and will they adapt to their new surroundings While visitors will recognise the descriptions of local men who scam foreign women sanky pankys , they will also experience a different side of the country from Lindsay s colourful narrative where the friendly, yet quirky, nature of the Dominican people is uncovered Full of incident, adventure, laughter and tears Lindsay describes her day to day life with her indomitable husband Danilo, as she comes to realise this is where she was always meant to be.

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    1. As Lindsay de Feliz explains with unflinching honesty in her gutsy follow-up to What About Your Saucepans?, the Dominican Republic takes no prisoners. From the outset, we find the author ensconced in her dusty roadside house with Danilo, her Dominican husband, two stepsons, a dwindling back account, a growing menagerie of cats and dogs and swarms of voracious mosquitos. Things start to look up when they move lock, stock and barrel to the superior sounding ‘Pink House’, even if the cooker has [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book. It’s a welcome follow-up to Lindsay de Feliz’s first memoir “What About Your Saucepans?” As someone who grew up in and lived almost twenty years in the Dominican Republic myself, I especially related to how the author portrayed the realities of local life in this small island nation. She tells it like it is – the beautiful, the bad, and the ugly – with equanimity and a sense of humor. While some foreigners might believe life in a tropical paradise is all w [...]

    3. A vivid look at life in the Dominican Republic - not lived in a glitzy apartment or sprawling mansion but in a not-quite finished house in a campo miles from anywhere, surrounded by dogs, chickens, goats and local characters. Lindsay de Feliz, an English woman married to a charming if infuriating Dominican with grandiose ideas, is an expatriate of the finest order. She rolls with disappointments and sadnesses, and relishes moments of joy and humour - her husband going down for dinner at a grand [...]

    4. Loved both books!I read both of Lindsay De Feliz's books back-to-back; once I started with the first one I couldn't stop. 'Life After My Saucepans' is the follow-up and it is every bit as good as her first book. This book tells of more of her adventures living in the Dominican Republic. She has now been with Danilo, her Dominican husband, for 16 years. I like how she does provide a quick resumé of her first book just in case you haven't read it.Lindsay says: "Despite the frustration with the lo [...]

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