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Hitch By Gavin Tyte
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This book is a collection of 40 short stories that could loosely be called a travelogue. I spent several months hitch-hiking around Australia and New Zealand and somewhere along the line I found God... More > (or did God find me?)< Less
Hitch By Gavin Tyte
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This book is a collection of 40 short stories that could loosely be called a travelogue. I spent several months hitch-hiking around Australia and New Zealand and somewhere along the line I found God... More > (or did God find me?)< Less
Hitch Hiking To The Stars By Natalie Heights
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Two girls travel to the end of a rainbow to find the untold riches that are said to be there. On there journey they run into many adventures including one that could end their lives.
Hitch Hiking To The Stars By Natalie Heights
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Two girls travel to the end of a rainbow to find the untold riches that are said to be there. On there journey they run into many adventures including one that could end their lives.
Hitch Hiking Home or The Two Cent Trip By Stanley Veyhl
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I hitched from San Francisco to New York with just 87 cents in my pocket. I met interesting people and had various adventures on the way.
Hitch Hiking Home or The Two Cent Trip By Stanley Veyhl
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I hitched from San Francisco to New York with just 87 cents in my pocket. I met interesting people and had various adventures on the way.
The Soles of My Shoes: Hitch-hiking London to Ben Nevis By David Charles
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‘The Soles of My Shoes’ is a hitch-hiking travelogue, a Kerouac for the sustainability generation. In this time of austerity cuts, climate change, under-employment and over-education,... More > what better way to travel? This is a story of spontaneity, of adventure, of responsibility, of sustainability, of doubt and conviction – and perhaps even of love. It will appeal to the great generation of hitch-hikers young in the sixties, as well as to the youth of today who feel trapped by financial constraints and the expectations of social conformity.< Less
AM SKYLINE Hitch-hiking between Sky & Earth By August Mishell
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This collection represents my tribute to a Friend who died too soon: A.M The first part consists of a kind of poetry, as he said, "To make poetry is another way to make love, where she is just... More > as you imagined it. And you still have all the money in your pocket. "[AM] the second of brief thoughts: "The aphorism, most is the short, most it tends to perfection." [AM] Sometime he was away for days hitchhiking and if I asked him where he had been, he answered me always inventing something; once told me that he was in Nepal to repair the satellite dishes of Tibetan monasteries with monks down angry because no TV for days[] These pieces don't belong to any religion or political ideology; rather tell the emotions of a guy, pushed up by the dreams and crushed down by reality, in a hitchhiking continuous between heaven and earth: "The eye staring at the sky, while the foot sinks into the ground." [AM] in short the skyline of a boy, and, perhaps, of an entire generation.< Less
The Morocco Hitch Diaries By P.J. Thum, Xin Hui Chan
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In April 2006, Xin Hui and P.J. walked out of their front door in Oxford, UK, and hitch-hiked all the way to Morocco in order to raise money for charity. This is their story. Profits from this book... More > will go to Link Community Development (www.lcd.org.uk).< Less
The Morocco Hitch Diaries By P.J. Thum, Xin Hui Chan
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In April 2006, Xin Hui and P.J. walked out of their front door in Oxford, UK, and hitch-hiked all the way to Morocco in order to raise money for charity. This is their story. Profits from this book... More > will go to Link Community Development (www.lcd.org.uk).< Less