The eco-resort of Soneva Fushi on the Kunfunadhoo Island in the Maldives is looking for a new “barefoot bookseller;” specifically, a tenacious individual ready to conform to island life.
Carting a bookstore-full of books through mountain towns requires sleek design, a little bit of engineering, and one nomadic bookseller with a heart of gold.
Melanie Moore runs a bookstore out of the back of an old cherry farm truck and donates some of her profits and books to school libraries.
A luxury resort in the beautiful Maldives is searching for a bookseller, the Guardian reports. The pay might not be all that much but the benefits would seem to outweigh the salary. “The role will evolve,” says Philip Blackwell, a member of the family, who run the business. “And it is in part up to you to make the most of this unique opportunity.” He says it is a dream job for many people. However, it’s important that applicants be aware of the nation’s political and religious climate before they decide to apply for a job that has them …