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    cellular shades
  • (Cellular shade) Any shade which, when utilized, creates air spaces in the form of tubes or cells in order to increase thermal efficieny, sound absorption, or opacity.
  • (Cellular Shade) This window treatment style consists of two or more sheets of accordion-pleated reinforced fabric which is bonded together. From the front, they look like standard pleated shades.
  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
    cordless
  • (of an electrical appliance or telephone) Working without connection to a main supply or central unit
  • The term cordless literally means without a cord and is generally used to refer to electrical or electronic devices that are powered by a battery or battery pack and can operate without a power cord or cable attached to a fixed electricity supply such as an outlet, generator, or other
  • not having a cord; "cordless telephone"
  • A type of phone where the handset is not connected to a device by a cord, allowing the user to move about while placing or receiving a call.
    bali
  • A mountainous island in Indonesia, east of Java; chief city, Denpasar; pop. 2,856,000. It is noted for its beauty and the richness of its culture
  • Bali is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country's 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island.
  • The Bali are a clan of the Mohyal community, who are found in North India, particularly the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Delhi.
  • an island in Indonesia to the east of Java; striking volcanic scenery; culture is known for elaborate dances and rituals and for handicrafts
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A Patch of Paradise: A woman's search for a real life in Bali. (prologue & epilogue sample)
A Patch of Paradise: A woman's search for a real life in Bali. (prologue & epilogue sample)
The desire to leave stressful city life behind and move to a tropical island is, for most, just a dream. Gaia Grant decided to turn that dream into a reality. Packing up her family and travelling through Asia - overland by train through India, climbing mountain peaks in Nepal with her toddler in a backpack, she eventually found an idyllic setting in Bali. But this was only the beginning of an exciting adventure for Gaia and her family.
In A Patch of Paradise, Gaia discovers the many sides of paradise. She shares her experiences of gradually being drawn into the exotic heart of Bali, before discovering the anguish and heartache of living in a country in turmoil. The island's vibrant culture and unique community lifestyle provides a peaceful retreat, but even paradise cannot escape the pain.
The book describes how Gaia and her husband embark on the challenge of finding and setting up a home in a thatched beach hut in a Balinese village, and how they learn the importance of finding enjoyment in simple pleasures, of giving and receiving in equal measure. Gaia is able to draw readers into the daily delights and challenges of island life - as well as the trials of living and working in a country in dramatic transition - with both humour and sensitivity. By providing an inspiring personal perspective, the rewards of following dreams with a determined spirit and an open heart are revealed.
Seven years after arriving on the island she and her husband ran a highly successful international business from the same thatched hut they found when they arrived.

NOTE: This is the PROLOGUE and EPILOGUE sample only - The full book is also avaiable.

- The Epilogue contains: new material, articles, interviews, and a short "next ten years" update, + more infomation about the business built over this time, all written since the original edition was published (2002). It is for people that have already purchsed the full original 2002 print version and don't wish to re buy it AND for those that want a taste of the full version or want to learn more about the Grants and their business..

EPILOGUE, ARTICLES & INTERVIEWS
1) The next ten years (Bali)
2) Paradise Shattered (the Bali bombs)
3) A Wealth of Happiness (Wall St Journal interview)
4) Who's scalping who? (Responsible tourism in Bali)
5) Our new Home (Sydney)
6) More About the Grants
7) More books, seminars, workshops by the author

(Note: The hard copy version of this book is 290 pages. Originally published by Random House (2002) the hard copy is currently out of print. Kindle eBook is now available, published in 2010 with additional Epilogue section.)

The desire to leave stressful city life behind and move to a tropical island is, for most, just a dream. Gaia Grant decided to turn that dream into a reality. Packing up her family and travelling through Asia - overland by train through India, climbing mountain peaks in Nepal with her toddler in a backpack, she eventually found an idyllic setting in Bali. But this was only the beginning of an exciting adventure for Gaia and her family.
In A Patch of Paradise, Gaia discovers the many sides of paradise. She shares her experiences of gradually being drawn into the exotic heart of Bali, before discovering the anguish and heartache of living in a country in turmoil. The island's vibrant culture and unique community lifestyle provides a peaceful retreat, but even paradise cannot escape the pain.
The book describes how Gaia and her husband embark on the challenge of finding and setting up a home in a thatched beach hut in a Balinese village, and how they learn the importance of finding enjoyment in simple pleasures, of giving and receiving in equal measure. Gaia is able to draw readers into the daily delights and challenges of island life - as well as the trials of living and working in a country in dramatic transition - with both humour and sensitivity. By providing an inspiring personal perspective, the rewards of following dreams with a determined spirit and an open heart are revealed.
Seven years after arriving on the island she and her husband ran a highly successful international business from the same thatched hut they found when they arrived.

NOTE: This is the PROLOGUE and EPILOGUE sample only - The full book is also avaiable.

- The Epilogue contains: new material, articles, interviews, and a short "next ten years" update, + more infomation about the business built over this time, all written since the original edition was published (2002). It is for people that have already purchsed the full original 2002 print version and don't wish to re buy it AND for those that want a taste of the full version or want to learn more about the Grants and their business..

EPILOGUE, ARTICLES & INTERVIEWS
1) The next ten years (Bali)
2) Paradise Shattered (the Bali bombs)
3) A Wealth of Happiness (Wall St Journal interview)
4) Who's scalping who? (Responsible tourism in Bali)
5) Our new Home (Sydney)
6) More About the Grants
7) More books, seminars, workshops by the author

(Note: The hard copy version of this book is 290 pages. Originally published by Random House (2002) the hard copy is currently out of print. Kindle eBook is now available, published in 2010 with additional Epilogue section.)

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Bali 135Film 011
Bali 135Film 011
Nikon FM2n + 50/1.2 + Kodak Portra 160VC Shot her shooting Gunung Batur, Bali, Indonesia.

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