For writing memoirs, Obama went on the Pacific island of Tetiaroa
Former US President Barack Obama went to the island of Tetiaroa, located in the southern part of the Pacific ocean in the archipelago of French Polynesia, to write his memoirs. About this newspaper The Washington Post citing familiar with the situation source.
Obama plans to stay permanently on the island to focus on a book about his work in the White house, says the publication. This is not the first trip of the former President of the United States. After leaving the White house, Barack and Michelle Obama have visited palm springs on Islands in the Caribbean and Hawaii.
Earlier, on 1 March, the Financial Times reported that the publishing house Penguin Random House will pay Obama and his wife more than $65 million for writing two separate books about life and work in the White house.
An agreement has been reached, but details in Penguin not provided.