Lindsay de Feliz was born, raised and educated in the UK, where she worked in London as a marketing lecturer and a Marketing Director for various financial service companies. In her mid 40s, she decided to follow her dreams and travel the world as a scuba diving instructor, ending up in the Dominican Republic 17 years ago.
She was on a six month contract but fell in love with the country and its people and met and married a Dominican. Having been shot in the throat during a robbery she was unable to dive any more, and now works as a writer, translator and marketing consultant.
Lindsay currently lives in the northeast mountains in the Dominican Republic with her husband, four dogs, one cat, six goats, two geese and numerous chickens. She writes a blog about the Dominican Republic and daily life at www.yoursaucepans.blogspot.com and is the author of the bestselling books “What about your saucepans?” and “Life After My Saucepans”.
This year's competition just keeps getting better. Today I am thrilled to feature the latest entry from Lindsay de Feliz. You can read her story Consequences here.
Summer of '77
Beaches, bars and
boogie nights in Ibiza
by Robert Fear
Available in Paperback
and on Kindle
(including Kindle Unlimited)
is now closed
Read all 55 contributions here.