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Hannah Travel Canada By Hannah Travel
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We give you the cheap and discounted airfares for Domestic or International Air-Ticketing. Call us now to get a special fare to your destination. We do Air Ticketing for any destination on any... More > Airlines at your choice.< Less
My travels with the Magician By Charlotte Hungerford
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Sometimes fact and sometimes fiction this is a mixture of biography and fantasty and it is not always clear which is which.
Qantas Pet Travel - Aeropets By Aeropets Animal Transport
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Qantas Pet Travel within Australia. Qantas offers travel with your pet in Australia, as well as solo pet travel. Qantas has grown to be Australia’s largest domestic and international airline,... More > among the world’s leading long distance airlines and one of the most recognisable Australian brands. Visit them here https://www.aeropets.com.au/qantas-pet-travel/< Less
My Medical Travel Guide By Yann Sauve
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Medical Travel (also called medical tourism, health tourism or global healthcare) is a term that describes the rapidly growing practice of traveling across international borders to undergo surgical... More > operations and/or obtain related healthcare services. Factors that have led to the increasing popularity of medical travel include the high cost of healthcare in developed countries, long wait times for certain procedures, the ease and affordability of international travel, and improvements in both technology and standards of care in many countries overseas. Even with travel costs such as air fare, travel insurance, accommodations, insurance and car rental, medical travels can be substantially more affordable than domestic healthcare. (In addition to eliminating long wait periods). Medical travel has been growing rapidly over recent years as more and more people seek faster and cheaper alternatives to the healthcare offered in their own countries.< Less
Vintage Travels in Japan By Babette Abbeywood
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Two Victorian travellers' eye-witness accounts of their adventures while journeying through Japan. Filled with entertaining anecdotes, this special ebook edition is illustrated with dozens of... More > beautiful and evocative photos (many hand-tinted), early postcards; antique prints and engravings. Landscapes, portraits, rural, domestic and urban scenes of traditional daily life, local ceremonies and customs, including marriage, crime and punishment, royal court life, festivals, hara-kiri suicide. In her letters from 1878, published as Unbeaten Tracks In Japan, Isabella Bird complained about the "abominable weather" and the "insect pests". In Sketches of Japanese Manners and Customs, by Lieutenant J.M.W. Silver, from 1867, we discover the secrets of mixed bath houses, funerals, and criminal executions. This joint re-edition is illustrated with dozens of beautiful and fascinating hand-tinted photos from the period, specially selected, plus prints and engravings.< Less
Vintage Travels in Japan By Babette Abbeywood
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Two Victorian travellers' eye-witness accounts of their adventures while journeying through Japan. Filled with entertaining anecdotes, this special ebook edition is illustrated with dozens of... More > beautiful and evocative photos (many hand-tinted), early postcards; antique prints and engravings. Landscapes, portraits, rural, domestic and urban scenes of traditional daily life, local ceremonies and customs, including marriage, crime and punishment, royal court life, festivals, hara-kiri suicide. In her letters from 1878, published as Unbeaten Tracks In Japan, Isabella Bird complained about the "abominable weather" and the "insect pests". In Sketches of Japanese Manners and Customs, by Lieutenant J.M.W. Silver, from 1867, we discover the secrets of mixed bath houses, funerals, and criminal executions. This joint re-edition is illustrated with dozens of beautiful and fascinating hand-tinted photos from the period, specially selected, plus prints and engravings.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 29. China Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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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
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Untying The Veiled Knot By Mary Walgamuth
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Dubai, UAE is a place where “the best” is absolutely the number one priority. The city is full of “the best” architecture, cars, gadgets, and property. The city strives on... More > being the best, but what the world doesn’t see are those who make “the best” possible. People are unable or unwilling to see the hundreds of thousands, even millions who come to the city to work. These are not those who drive Lamborghinis, own mansions, or work in the skyscrapers; they are the people who literally built the city, clean the city, and raise the children. This project focuses on the women who travel to Dubai to make a better life for themselves by becoming domestic workers.< Less
Days By Debbie Carlos
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Photography by Debbie Carlos

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