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Mecca Travel Puzzler
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Congratulations on downloading this book. If you love Mecca and plan to visit this beautiful city then this is the fun way to learn of 20 top religious attractions that you just have to see while... More > visiting Mecca. Note that non-Muslims are not allowed to enter Mecca. To make things fun you have the option of discovering the religious attractions by answering 20 Puzzlers. You will see a question followed by a puzzler. Each puzzler contains the answer but you will have to unjumble the letters to form the winning word. To make things easier all the answers are at the back of the book. So test your knowledge of Mecca today and hopefully learn some interesting new places to visit in Mecca while playing some enjoyable word games. Check out the six beautiful photographs of Islamic architecture as you work your way through this book. If you are ready to test your puzzle solving skills and spend a few hours of fun lets begin right now.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 29. China Travel Guide
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China is a huge country, the third largest in the world, bigger than the United States. Look at it on a map. It's virtually all of northern Asia. Beijing is in the North, Shanghai is further south... More > and Hong Kong is in the deep south. It's an old country with a lot of history. Outside of the cities, much of the country does not have a modern infrastructure. Chinese has almost 1.5 billion people and a glut of males since they were favored during the one-child-only era and girls were routinely aborted or killed by the parents shortly after birth so as a result, many men will not find wives. Every region has its own customs. The biggest tourist attraction is probably the Great Wall. Hong Kong and Macau operate as "one country, two systems." They're freer than mainland China. Departing passengers pay a domestic departure tax. China is still a police state but this rarely affects foreigners. They just harass their own citizens. Try #915.113 at the library.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 33. Malaysia Travel Guide
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Malaysia has a vibrant mix of foreign and indigenous tribal cultures. Everybody speaks English, since its compulsory in local schools. The cost of 2-bedroom rental apartments begin at around $250... More > per month and 3-bedroom houses start at $35,000. The Federation of Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia and the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo. Located 7 degrees north of the Equator, Peninsular Malaysia is separated from the states of Sabah and Sarawak by the South China Sea. In the north of the peninsula is Thailand while its southern neighbour is Singapore. The population is 21 million. The capital city is Kuala Lumpur. Malays who make up about 57% of the population are the predominant group with Chinese, Indians and other ethnic groups making up the rest. Bahasa Melayu Malay is the national language but English is widely spoken. The ethnic groups also speak various languages and dialects. The New Straits Times is the main English newspaper.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 32. Korea Travel Guide
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South Korea is a democratic, modern, industrialized country with a population of 50 million. Korea has seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Korean peninsula has a land area of approximately... More > 220,000 sq. km. It is divided at the 38th parallel by a demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating South and North Korea. Outlets for 220 volts 60 cycles are dominant. Dial 119 for the fire department and medical assistance and 112 for the police. Spring runs from March through May with flowers such as azalea, forsythia, cherry blossoms, rapeseed and magnolia. From July to August, it is hot and sometimes rainy. Autumnal tints arrive nationwide by October. Skiing season starts from late November and lasts to early March. Try #915.19 at the library for books about South Korea.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 31. Japan Travel Guide
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Japan is an expensive place to visit. Typically, Japanese people like their saki, cigarettes and karaoke bars. Toyko Bay was a small fishing port until the 1800s when the British set up a trading... More > port. In a little over a hundred years, it now has 12 million people living there. It is expensive, the building address system is messy, the alphabet is different and life is tough for foreigners partially because of the language barrier. Japan has an impressive nightlife for interested parties with money. Try #915.2 at the library.< Less
Rivers of Gold
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In the late summer and early fall of Canada's Yukon Territory, zoologist and countryside ranger, Robert J. Brown, takes a journey by canoe along the Teslin and Yukon rivers. With photographer Gary... More > Cook, they explore the wilderness, meeting its wildlife and encountering the ghosts of the rivers' goldrush past. Their journey continues on the Dempster Highway, through Tombstone Territorial Park and up to the Arctic Circle. In a humorous and thought provoking tale of adventure the author brings to life the natural world and questions our attitudes towards it.< Less
Just Say No to Manchanilla Apples!: A Family Travelogue
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Although "Just Say No to Manchanilla Apples!" is not quite a guidebook, one will find maps, itineraries, and travel photographs within. One may also come across slugs, sharks, and poison... More > - deserts, oceans, and mountains - warnings, tips, and ideas - some humor, some anguish, and desperate intrigue. Okay, may be not intrigue. And...the humor may be debatable. Judge for yourself.< Less
Guarantee Airline Security Based on the Adoption and Implementation of a Commercial Flight Eligibility Standard for Airline Passengers
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“A New Approach to Providing Cost Effective and Efficient Airline Security”
Funny, Weird and Interesting
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Galveston's Haunted Historical Guidebook
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