Enjoy a romp through the personal fun-filled adventures and life-changing experiences of two Australian grandparents. Laugh at their bumbling experiences as two volunteers teaching English in Kazakhstan. Honest, heart-warming and a great read!
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Jan is an avid writer, always writing articles, short stories, poems, whatever comes to mind. She lives with her husband, on acreage in the Granite Belt of Queensland. Writing is Jan's main occupation although she also loves to paint, is a cartoonist and a qualified Classical pianist as well. Her faith in Christ is strong and she believes to be a Christian is to live by two prime directives: Love God, love others (no matter the differences in culture, lifestyle, beliefs.) She enjoys bush-walking, Scottish Highland cattle, socialising with friends and family, adventure and a darn good laugh.Review:
Thank you so much for the opportunity to read Samovars and Shashlik and what a sheer delight it was. It was like a breath of fresh air the way it bounced along from one anecdote to another. The well placed sprinkling of your wickedly appropriate humor bound the adventure together and had me laughing out loud. A. Sutton
The author of Samovars and Shashlik has provided us with several hours of a fascinating, entertaining and intimate journey...It is a book redolent with word pictures, general though intimate detail, moments of absolute ecstasy and the inevitable despair. Common Russian expressions and a refreshing sense of humor are sprinkled throughout making this a very interesting diversion. Her love for the people she served comes through in spite of cultural, political and language differences. Hats off to a job well done!"
Dr. Leroy Gruner, Professor Emeritus
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