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"Will paint a picture of the grass not always being greener on the
other side... It's an eye opener"
-- AND magazine, July 2007
... perfect for toting along on holiday as a leisurely beach book. ... humorous anecdotes which provoke hearty laugh out loud laughs. -- TBS Magazine, July 06
A familiar friends tale of travesty and triumph, interspersed with a sprinkling of wonderful anecdotes. A must-read. -- Property Mart Overseas
Highly amusing. -- The Mirror
It is a good summer read and gives an insight into what life is really like living abroad. -- Bolton Evening News, July 7th 2006
Joe Crawley's affecting, bouncy prose sparkles with humour and wry insight. -- Property Mart Overseas
Spiked with humour and sharp observation. -- Peter Kerr
This comical book lifts the lid on life in a busy Tenerife resort. -- A Place in the Sun magazine
This is a hilarious insight into the wild and wacky characters of an expat community in a familiar holiday destination. -- Recline-My Travel Mag --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Joe Cawley is an award-winning British author and travel writer. He lives in the hills of Tenerife with his partner and children, a dog called Mouse and five chickens. He's realised he gets most sense out of the chickens.
More Ketchup than Salsa was voted 'Best Travel Narrative' by the British Guild of Travel Writers.
Joe's work has been published in many national and international publications including The Sunday Times, New York Post, Conde Nast Traveler and The Taipei Times.
Follow Joe on twitter - @theWorldofJoe
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Follow Joe's blog for news of upcoming titles at www.joecawley.co.uk
Writing can be a lonely task. Joe is always pleased to hear from readers via email at writer @ joecawley.co.uk
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More Ketchup than Salsa is a compulsive page turner - you want the bar, and the bar owner to succeed, but will it all go wrong before the end of the book?
Most of us haven't got the courage to do what this young man did. You can share his life, share his story, share his successes and share his failures - this is YOUR opportunity to become part of the More Ketchup than Salsa Family.
I've given this book 5 Stars as it is a real page turner - and I had many late nights wanting to know what happened next ... if you have no self-control - prepare to hit the snooze button in the morning.
Whether or not you've even had any interest into the life of British ex-pats running the pubs and bars - you'll get a great read from this book.
Buy it now.
Well I can say with no hesitation that this book should be on everyone's reading list. This is one very funny and addictive read. I couldn't put it down, even after I'd finished it. I went straight to the internet to look for more published works by the author and to see if there was a sequel in the works (there is, apparently).
I won't give anything away. But I would advise anyone thinking of selling up to start a new life running a pub abroad, to treat this as a sort of training manual I certainly won't be doing it.