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TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD FOR COUCH POTATOES By JOHN SUN
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A father and his son fulfilled their dreams of circling the globe. Their stories will motivate you to embark on your own worldwide adventure! This book is for all readers and you may journey around... More > the world at your leisure with the author without spending travel money! This is a must-read book for people interested in traveling and seeing the world around us. Our book is informational, empowering, adventurous and relevant; based on the writers’ personal odyssey and lessons learned in seven months journeying globally. Our 32 chapters of travel journals and 150 vibrant colorful photographs will show you the scenery, facts and our interpretation of each unique place we visited. We explored the key topics of how to travel economically, safely, comfortably while you are having fun! It can save you large amount of money, takes you out of harm’s way, help you to become an intelligent traveler and make your future travel more pleasant.< Less
Please Do Not Lie In The Aisles: A Memoir Of Travels In Asia 2005-2006 By Olwyn Beatty
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The stars of this story are the people and customs of southeast Asia and China, structured around the author's account of travelling there as a backpacker. The countries she visited included Burma,... More > Cambodia, China, Laos, Thailand, Tibet and Vietnam. The flow of the story describes the typical backpacker routine of moving from town to village to city on a variety of modes of transport and in the company of friendly fellow travellers, many with their own memorable and humorous quirks. "Please Do Not Lie in the Aisles" provides an enticing taste of the immense and exotic world that awaits the would-be backpacker.< Less
Living in Limbo, Photographs, Southeast Asia (2003-2006) By Christopher Cain
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With a little money in the bank and lots of free time on his hands a photographer heads off to Southeast Asia. With no knowledge of the language, culture, and no ‘particular goal in... More > mind,” he sets off to explore Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Malaysia. Traveling by train, plane, bus, truck or his trusty “Honda Dream,” he explores the back roads, big cities, and small villages of the region documenting the lives and humanity of the people.< Less
Living in Limbo, Photographs, Southeast Asia (2003-2006) By Christopher Cain
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With a little money in the bank and lots of free time on his hands a photographer heads off to Southeast Asia. With no knowledge of the language, culture, and no ‘particular goal in... More > mind,” he sets off to explore Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Malaysia. Traveling by train, plane, bus, truck or his trusty “Honda Dream,” he explores the back roads, big cities, and small villages of the region documenting the lives and humanity of the people.< Less
Singapore & Thailand By Joel Gilgoff
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The far east is both beautiful & exotic. This book contains over 200 color photos of Singapore & Thailand. Singapore and Thailand lie on opposite ends of the Malaysian peninsula. Singapore... More > is an immaculate well run country with clean air, a magnificent zoo, great hotels, etc. Thailand is a much poorer nation and is surrounded by Burma, Laos, and Cambodia on the north and Malaysia on the south. It has magnificent temples and palaces, and friendly people. The photos in this book were taken on a cruise tour which began in Sydney and ended in Bangkok. Images were shot in Singapore (and at the Singapore Zoo and Jarong Bird Park),on the Thai island of Ko Samui and in the City of Bangkok.< Less
Why did the White Fella Climb the Rock; God, Chaos and Colonialism By Geoffrey Crothall
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A travelogue of ideas that explores the world through a series of interlocking themes, focusing most intensely on the relationship between European colonialists and Indigenous people, the Invaders... More > and the Invaded. The Invader initially sought to control and civilise the Invaded, to impose order on chaos, but gradually and inevitably that imposed order began to unravel in a string of beautiful, horrifying, sacred and profane patterns. It is these patterns, layered and linked together, that form the book’s narrative so that fragments of coloured glass glinting in the desert light of South Africa transport us to the kaleidoscopic Watts Towers in South Central Los Angeles. And a comedy routine about flags takes us through Cambodia, Zimbabwe and Mexico. The book spans five continents and reflects the author’s own intellectual, emotional and spiritual journey over the last two decades.< Less
Why did the White Fella Climb the Rock; God, Chaos and Colonialism By Geoffrey Crothall
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A travelogue of ideas that explores the world through a series of interlocking themes, focusing most intensely on the relationship between European colonialists and Indigenous people, the Invaders... More > and the Invaded. The Invader initially sought to control and civilise the Invaded, to impose order on chaos, but gradually and inevitably that imposed order began to unravel in a string of beautiful, horrifying, sacred and profane patterns. It is these patterns, layered and linked together, that form the book’s narrative so that fragments of coloured glass glinting in the desert light of South Africa transport us to the kaleidoscopic Watts Towers in South Central Los Angeles. And a comedy routine about flags takes us through Cambodia, Zimbabwe and Mexico. The book spans five continents and reflects the author’s own intellectual, emotional and spiritual journey over the last two decades.< Less
Alice B. Good By Janet Woollacott
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Alice B. Good is tired of living her life according to other people's expectations. One day, in a moment of desperation, she abandons her job and apartment in London and travels to Paris where she... More > meets Patrick, a French journalist. Before their relationship has a chance to develop, however, Patrick is kidnapped in Cambodia and held captive in a jungle prison, where he despairs of ever returning to the life he once had. It is only the memory of the beautiful young English woman that gives him the will to endure his imprisonment, and the hope that they will someday be reunited. This is a story of passion and human endurance; of adventure and danger; and, above all, a story of how love can endure despite impossible odds, and how one woman braved all and changed her destiny.< Less
The Short Stories of Michael Rafferty Volume Two By Michael Rafferty
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Michael Rafferty began writing short stories a few years after returning from a tour of duty in Vietnam and Cambodia. Two of the stories in this collection (“Brothers” and “The... More > Diary”) are the direct result of his experiences as an Army medic during the war. The other stories in this collection encompass a variety of themes and moods. Basic human emotions such as love, hate, fear, forgiveness, betrayal and trust are explored by the author in these stories. Some of the stories are set in contemporary times while others occur in a mythical fantasy kingdom (“The Quest” and “Prince Siegfried”). “Redemption” continues the story of people caught up in a futuristic totalitarian society first described in “The Judas Factor,” a story found in “The Short Stories of Michael Rafferty Volume One.” The author hopes every reader will find at least one story of interest to them in this volume.< Less
Letters from an Academic Adventurer By Matthew Parisi
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What if you got the chance to circumnavigate the globe…on a ship…with 600 of your peers…and world-class mentors and leaders? What if you got to see ten different countries on... More > four continents and learn from the local people? What kinds of things would you eat? What important places would you visit? How would the people impact you? Find out the answers to these questions from Matthew Parisi’s experience sailing around the world. He takes you from the bullet trains of Japan to the orphanages of Cambodia to the tallest bungee jump in the world to the rivers of the Amazon. From the living-learning shipboard community to his in-port travels, Parisi recounts his stories and encounters through letters to family and friends back home. Come face-to-face with the once-in-a-lifetime experience aboard Semester at Sea, and take the first step toward becoming a citizen of the world.< Less

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