Changes in Latitude: An Uncommon Anthropology

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Perennial Library, 1989 - Social Science - 274 pages
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A woman who moved to Fiji and became involved with and married a local fisherman, describes the struggles she and her husband have gone through in adjusting to and ultimately coming to appreciate their radically different cultures

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Changes in latitude: an uncommon anthropology

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At the age of 54 Hawaiian harbormaster McIntryre (now Varawa) goes to Fiji seeking new adventure. Because of her interest in the real Fiji, she is invited to visit an outer island village, where she ... Read full review

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An interesting book about a haole woman who marries a (much younger) Fijian and her adventures as she comes to love her new home. This book reminds me of the joys of simple living in the tropics. Read full review

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Back Home page
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Dream Island page
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