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The Global Traveller Series: 20,000 km by Train By Hans Beumer
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The Global Traveller Series inspires to explore the world and undertake cultural journeys, so that you become a Global Traveller as well. '20,000 km by Train' describes the extraordinary adventures... More > of an overland train journey from Zurich to Shanghai: 285 hours and 20,000 km by train from Zurich to Paris, Moscow, Beijing, Lhasa and Shanghai. It includes the 6-day non-stop train on the Trans-Mongolia Express, as well as the pressurised train (like an airplane) on the Lhasa Express route. The book further includes the adventures during an 8-day tour in Tibet to visit many Buddhist monasteries, as well as the Everest Base Camp at 5,200m. This travel journal: -describes the adventures in a slow long-haul means of transportation. -covers topics that the travel agents don’t know about. -shares key organisational and spiritual insights from this journey. -visualises the adventures through many pictures Visit< Less
Rediscovering Myself By Barbara Hare
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An autobiography of world travel. Born in a grass hut in Zimbabwe in 1928, the author was taken up into the ‘Big Game Country’ at a very early age by her father, camping amongst the wild... More > animals. At the age of fifty, Barbara travelled overland with ‘Top Deck Travels’ on a double-decker bus from London to Kathmandu. This took 3 months and stimulated her enthusiasm for travelling rough. But it was after the death of her husband that she began her worldwide treks. She was accompanied by a veteran traveller whom she met just before setting off on her first trip to the Amazon basin, financing the expeditions by nursing convalescents in her own home, Augustus John’s studio. After completing more than 12 years of travelling worldwide, covering 25 countries, she called a halt to her escapades, her last trip being to Peru. This book is to encourage the young and old to get out there, travel and observe nature; to rediscover themselves as indeed did the author.< Less
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MAYAN 2025 The Mayans might have known of Venus in Pegasus, Crater and Hydra – by our designations – since they studied this object in deep. Thus, they would signal out the years –... More > such as this one – with Special Venusian peaks and lows.< Less
Girls of the World By Wandering Kotka
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"Girls of the World" is a colorful, round-the-world trip for readers both young and old. Twenty-six world countries introduce young readers to the alphabet as well as world customs,... More > geography, and culture.< Less
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CHINESE The Chinese still do have keen sense for timely prediction. Accuracy was hallmark of court shamans: they would e.g. predict the exact number and species of beast that would be bagged during... More > royal hunt. The skulls of those who probably failed to do so adorn divinatory ossuaries. As tyrants insisted in e.g. their petty daily wars, shamans adapted: timely attack assured success but the Chinese never spared the enemy from sheer black magick. Petrified armies may stand proof to powerful magick as issuing from simple coordinate calculi along with military horoscopes. The legacy to this ancient Art is our Aspectarian.< Less
SPAWN! By Graham Charnock
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Spawn! Frogs! Aliens! A wild trip to Mongolia to build a yurt. A Rabbit Museum, Muffins. A Goat called Thatcher. Two gay gentleman adventurers all at sea in a universe shaped like a Hat. A Parson... More > called Porlock. Captain Antifer. Imminent doom and final redemption. To be continued.< Less
Under the Chinese Dragon By Capt. F.S. Brereton
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Under the Chinese Dragon is a tale of Mongolia by Captain F.S. Brereton. Author of "The Hero of Panama" "Tom Stapleton, the Boy Scout" "The Great Aeroplane"... More > "Indian and Scout" &c. ILLUSTRATED BY CHARLES M. SHELDON Published by BLACKIE AND SON LIMITED in 1912.< Less
B.M.C.T 13 By Andrew McLeod
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Travel Photography Tuva 2016. The Tyva Republic lies in the geographical center of Asia, in southern Siberia. The republic borders the Altai Republic, the Republic of Khakassia, Krasnoyarsk Krai,... More > Irkutsk Oblast, and the Republic of Buryatia in Russia and Mongolia to the south. Its capital is the city of Kyzyl. It has a population of 307,930 (2010 census)< Less
Asian FBCT - Round of 16: Cho Jung-sook vs Gerel Khan By Shinji Suzuki
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The second fight of the Asian Featherweight Boxing Tournament sees Cho Jung-sook from China fighting Gerel Khan from Mongolia. Guest commentator: Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao. 60 pages, 60... More > pictures in Full HD.< Less
The Lost World By Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Lost World is a 1998 film, loosely based on the book of the same name by Arthur Conan Doyle.Mongolia, 1934. The researcher Maple White (Jack Langedijk), together with his assistant Azbek (Russell... More > Yuen), discovers an unknown world populated by dinosaurs, situated on a plateau in Mongolia. After having found a dinosaur's egg in a cave, White celebrates the discovery, with Azbek, uncorking a bottle of champagne and listening to classical music. Excerpt from: Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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