This book provides you with information on Mexican travel, woven into the tale of Rosana and Kelly Hart's Mexican ramblings. The how-to section includes reports on 16 ways to meet people when you... More > travel, how (and whether) to travel to Mexico in an RV, and a resource guide to books, maps, and websites.< Less
A collection of essays on what makes the Indonesian author's years as a college student in the United States so memorable. Chronicling the hilarious and the shocking, the book's personal, nostalgic... More > observations show both the magic that is American life but also why, ultimately, home is always, and can only be, home.< Less
"It didnt take long before all the pieces of the LA myth fell apart and I began discovering the Real LA"
55 pages of playfuly witty text + black & white images of real street scenes.
If... More > you haven't discover the REAL LA yet, don't miss out on
this one unusual opportunity.
Text & Images by Nitsa.< Less
From the high-roller suites in the Stardust Casino to the beat-up $39 rooms of the Circus Circus, this book unveils the trip reports of Konrath's stays in Sin City, written from an outsider's view... More > with cynical wit and amazing detail. Articles also cover the movies shot in Las Vegas, the sins of passion enjoyed in the city, and the things
you should and should not do if you plan a visit to the City of Lights. Includes over 120 photos.< Less
Travelogue about a road trip to the East Coast of Peninsular Malayasia. Our route took us east along the Karak Highway until Karak, whereupon we turned off the Highway and headed north. After passing... More > through Bentong, Raub and Kuala Lipis, it’s a straight drive to Gua Musang. From there, its a dash to Kota Baru, passing Kuala Krai and Machang.
After a night or two in Kota Baru, we took the old coastal road south to Kuala Trengganu where, again, we spent a night. From Kuala Trengganu we continued south along the old coastal road to Kuantan, before heading back to Kuala Lumpur via Temerloh.< Less