Katerina's Adventures in Rhodes by Katy Pitsi

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I wasn’t going to let the fact that I have Multiple Sclerosis, stop me from flying off to the Greek islands for some fun in the sun…
This is a diary about holidaying in three different resorts on the island of Rhodes; Tholos, Stegna and Pefkos.
I bought my first mobility scooter in 2004. It is my friend and companion when I travel. This, along with my love of writing, is what inspired me to write this book.
The time I had there, the wonderful people that I met, the obstacles I faced and the challenges I overcame whilst travelling with my mobility scooter, is to me, what makes it all the more fun!
‘A life without a risk is a life unlived.’
 

About Katy Pitsi

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I was born in Cheltenham in 1968, and moved to Bristol when I was three months old. After leaving home aged eighteen, I had several different jobs and lived in various shared houses and flats. I also lived in New York in 1987 for one year, working as an au-pair. I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1994, and since leaving full time work, I have had various voluntary jobs, mainly working in charity shops – the closest thing to my love of working with the general public. Currently single, I have been living for the past twelve years in a 1930’s ground floor flat.
 
Published April 12, 2011 by Authorhouse. 132 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Education & Reference, Travel, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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