Hostel by the Sea by Luanne M. Lusic
Living, Loving, & Working in an American Hostel

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This travel memoir gives a unique perspective on what it is like to live and work in an American hostel. From the daily operations of running a hostel, to the tales of the colorful guests who grace its walls, this is an inside look at the lives and personalities of the people who come together to create a truly remarkable tale. In need of cheap lodging while she looks for work, Luanne ‘Lu’ Lusic makes a reservation at a hostel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for a week and ends up staying there for eight months. At the hostel, she falls madly in love with a man from Belize who is a devout Christian, befriends the hostel manager who offers her a job, and rooms with university students from all over the world. Caught up in the excitement of her newly found love and job, she is on top of the world . . . or is she? Things may not be as they appear.
 

About Luanne M. Lusic

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Luanne Lusic graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Communication Studies from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, at the age of forty-eight. A world traveler, she has visited twenty-one countries in Europe, Central America, and the Caribbean, and has traveled much of the United States. She enjoys the adventure and challenge of foreign independent travel.
 
Published May 30, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 378 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Travel.

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“That is my philosophy of life and I have conducted the latter part of my adult life accordingly….My life experiences have shaped me, molded me, and made me into the person I am today;

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