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East to West By Milos Subotincic
eBook (PDF): $2.50
82 year-old Milos traveling as a backpacker gave us a refreshing, intimate and highly vivid account on what he witnessed and felt. The journey began in Tokyo and lead him all the way to the... More > Bosphorus Straight. His driving interest was history and cultures. Through Japan (Tokyo-Kyoto-Nara-Hiroshima-Fukuoka-Dazaifu-Nagasaki-Shimonoseki) - to South Korea (Busan-Gyeongju-Andong-Samcheok-Gangneung-Seoul-Incheon-Mui Do-Demilitarized Zone-Panmunjom-Sokcho) - via Siberian train (Vladivostok-Khabarovsk-Irkutsk-Baikal Lake-Krasnoyarsk-Tomsk-Yekaterinburg-Moscow-St. Petersburg) - onto Poland (Warsaw-Krakow-Auschwitz-Birkenau) to Prague - and finally to Istanbul. If you are interested in this part of the world this 216 page book (fully illustrated) is a must have.< Less
to MEXICO and back By Milos Subotincic
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A thought-provoking journal of a 22,000 km journey through the U.S.A. and Mexico. Although using his own vehicle (not a wise choice) Milos is an experienced backpacker. Captivated with archaeology... More > and history of this great continent, his desire is not just to see but also to touch and smell it. Follow Milos, a 78-year-old kid at heart, through these 240 pages and 150 photos and you won’t be disappointed.< Less
DOWN UNDER UNDER By Milos Subotincic
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Have a good look through the eyes of a seasoned backpacker, 84 years old, still with his unclouded mind. Misha’s extensive travelling were driven by his inquisitiveness and desire to understand... More > what and why is going on this planet. Trying to appreciate Kiwis and Aussies was his four months valiant challenge and 300 pages later (fully illustrated) we are richer for it. His sharp personal focus on aboriginal “problem” is refreshing. Without missing a day to record his everyday observations, he created a rich tapestry of the life on this “Down Under Under” land.< Less
The flawed Journey By Milos Subotincic
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This journey (November 19/07 to January 29/08) was unlike any of my others. The intended four months trip through South - East Africa was drastically shortened to two months, for reasons well beyond... More > my control. Find out why and how! Illustrated with more than 100 photographs. (With any book below you can obtain a DVD with all pictures in glorious colour by sending $10 to the address above.)< Less
TRAVELER'S MOODS through Middle-East Asia (illustrated) By Milos Subotincic
eBook (PDF): $3.75
Traveling through the Middle- East Asia was inspiring journey because we all have roots there. See what I have witnessed during five months in 2003 – the year that changed the world. A trip... More > took me through Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey and the Balkan. The opportunity to visit Baghdad where the Allied Forces have just rolled in was irresistible. I followed the old Chinese wisdom “It is better to look at something once than to hear about it hundred times”. Join me! It is an easy read and the book contains more than 100 photographs.< Less
Never Enough By Milos Subotincic
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The Mediterranean basin is intriguing. It used to be a backyard to Romans and their leftovers are everywhere. Balkan a jungle, Turkey most interesting, Malta tiny but valiant island, Tunis still raw... More > and Morocco of phony movie fame. Four months trip as a backpacker was spine-tingling. 212 pages are about the life of natives the way I saw them. Illustrated by more than 100 b/w pictures. .< Less
300 DAYS By Milos Subotincic
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Sit back and enjoy Misha's travelogue to the exotic Far East (China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Indonesia and Thailand.) Operating on a modest budget and sticking to a loose itinerary, he... More > focuses on local custom, history and archaeological wonder. Solo-traveller 73-year-old Misha departs Toronto with no agenda - except that of the curious backpacker. This, as one might expect, leads to no shortage of adventure and high-intrigue. Not a diary, but rather a close-up and critical, personal perspective. Misha skilfully weaves a rich and rewarding tapestry meant for all travellers, armchair or otherwise. Exercise the travel bug - in you. Illustrated with 8 maps and more than 150 photos.< Less
The flawed Journey By Milos Subotincic
eBook (PDF): $3.75
This journey (November 19/07 to January 29/08) was unlike any of my others. The intended four months trip through South - East Africa was drastically shortened to two months, for reasons well beyond... More > my control. Find out why and how! Illustrated with more than 100 photographs. (With any book below you can obtain a DVD with all pictures in glorious colour by sending $10 to the address above.)< Less
"That's India" By Milos Subotincic
eBook (PDF): $3.00
While roaming through this wonderful world for many years Milos found India to be the greatest challenge. Discover why!
East to West By Milos Subotincic
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82 year-old Milos traveling as a backpacker gave us a refreshing, intimate and highly vivid account on what he witnessed and felt. The journey began in Tokyo and lead him all the way to the... More > Bosphorus Straight. His driving interest was history and cultures. Through Japan (Tokyo-Kyoto-Nara-Hiroshima-Fukuoka-Dazaifu-Nagasaki-Shimonoseki) - to South Korea (Busan-Gyeongju-Andong-Samcheok-Gangneung-Seoul-Incheon-Mui Do-Demilitarized Zone-Panmunjom-Sokcho) - via Siberian train (Vladivostok-Khabarovsk-Irkutsk-Baikal Lake-Krasnoyarsk-Tomsk-Yekaterinburg-Moscow-St. Petersburg) - onto Poland (Warsaw-Krakow-Auschwitz-Birkenau) to Prague - and finally to Istanbul. If you are interested in this part of the world this 216 page book (fully illustrated) is a must have.< Less

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