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    Posted June 25, 2014 by
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    Rosana Saba Clark: Realtor, Tutor, Traveler

    The Island of the Gods, the Paradise Island, the Island of a Thousand Temples. Rich with sophisticated arts like traditional and modern sculpture, leather, painting, dance, music and metalworking, this is Bali. Whether it is the stretches of fine white sand, tropical creatures or lush jungles that drive tourists to this living postcard of a place, Bali attracts over two million visitors a year. Despite its popularity, Bali is one of few places that Rosana Saba Clark, traveler and Realtor, has yet to visit.

    Before relocating to the United States with her husband to pursue a career in real estate, Rosana Saba Clark lived everywhere from Brazil to England and, before moving to Florida, she lived in California for seven years. Clark also spent time in Isreal and Portugal. Her extensive language skills help Clark travel to unknown places with ease and comfort. She is multilingual and is fluent in English, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and French. Her knowledge of several languages allows her to travel, rather than tour. Travel, as opposed to tourism, delivers misadventure and a heady dose of the unfamiliar. Travelers experience the unknown, where tourists visit pseudo-places. These pseudo-places include airports that look like other airports, hotels that look like every other hotel and stores that are similar to ones a person would find in their home country.

    Rosana Saba Clark's passion for travel and unexpected experiences helped broaden her horizon and has drastically changed her perspective on other countries and cultures. Traveling and living in other countries and opposite coasts helped shape Clark's outlook on life and molded the person she is today.

    She currently resides in Florida with her husband of 11 years. Her foreign experiences contribute to the foreign market she targets when showing and selling properties. When she isn't traveling or selling, she is a private tutor teaching her native tongue, Portuguese. She hopes to one day visit and experience Bali and indulge in another culture.

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