The Independent Traveller's Guide to Fuengirola and Los Boliches

Alexia Cournoyer (Author)

Product Details

Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
January 16, 2017
6.0 X 0.3 X 9.0 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author

The writer behind Alexia lives in England and has been wandering the world looking at things for far longer than she should admit to. She's been lucky that she's had a career that has enabled her to elude the pull of normalcy. She's travelled to interesting places, done unusual things, had articles published in newspapers, met engaging people and generally lived an unconventional life. When she was 20 years old, she went on her first independent solo trip. In those days it wasn't quite as commonplace as today, there was no internet or mobile phones and she didn't even have a travel guide. She just booked a ticket, ordered a passport, grabbed an old army kit bag that she'd somehow acquired and packed it with everything she thought she'd need. She even packed an iron and they were solid metal in those days! She then put on her kitten-heeled shoes and spent the next 3 months travelling with her camera, checking things out. These days the shoes are more sensible and the iron is left at home but the wanderlust is still there. Since morphing into Alexia, there's an added layer of a digital life. These days, Alexia is a game texture artist as well as a 3D sculptor. Her last exhibition piece was a SL8B exhibit called "Through the Looking Glass" in 2010. She has a listing on the credits for "The Gate", which was the first major art installation for Yannick Antoine, who uses technology as art to bring down the walls between people and avatars. The final exhibition was in Shanghai, China in February 2011. Alexia has previously released four books "The Independent Traveller's Guide to Cambodia", "The Independent Traveller's Guide to Tropical Getaways", "Securing Your Email From Prying Eyes. Using Gpg4win on Windows" and "Preparing and Publishing Your First Kindle eBook".