Liz Woods turned her Cornish Fests and Festivals experience to book which is great. That is one way of exchanging experience and learns different cultures; every country and region has its own unique way of life style and culture.

I have also written a short story book of my childhood experience and observation of my birth place, called Harar, East of Ethiopia. It is a remote and people live on farming. Sharing my experience of that particular region would give to others first hand views of how different parts of the world exist. People will pass, but history will remain alive and keep on traveling generation after generation. I tried to keep it very short, and the gist of the story would summarize the life style in short. The reason I made it short, because today’s busy schedule cannot afford to put too much time on a certain area and one can grasp important information and keep on going. So this Parameter of Life, by Yeshi Gemaneh – Publisher, PublishAmerica is worth reading in order to have some knowledge of village life, and be able to compare and contrast the difference between developed and developing country.