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DOWN UNDER UNDER By Milos Subotincic
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Have a good look through the eyes of a seasoned backpacker, 84 years old, still with his unclouded mind. Misha’s extensive travelling were driven by his inquisitiveness and desire to understand... More > what and why is going on this planet. Trying to appreciate Kiwis and Aussies was his four months valiant challenge and 300 pages later (fully illustrated) we are richer for it. His sharp personal focus on aboriginal “problem” is refreshing. Without missing a day to record his everyday observations, he created a rich tapestry of the life on this “Down Under Under” land.< Less
Romantic Ireland Volume 2 By M. F. and B. McM. Mansfield
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QUEENSTOWN has been called a mere appendage to its harbour, and, truly, it is a case of the tail wagging the dog, though the residents of Cork will tell you it is Cork Harbour, anyway, and Queenstown... More > is nothing but a town that was made by the American War of Independence, and by the emigration rush that, during the past sixty years, has deprived Ireland of more than half her population. Be this as it may, the harbour dwarfs everything else about the town. Above the enormous expanse of sheltered water, the little town piles itself up on the overhanging cliffs, pink houses, yellow houses, white houses, like a veritable piece of Italy. It is always warm here, or almost always. In the winter time, the temperature is seldom severe, and, in the summer, it is one of the finest yachting centres in the United Kingdom. The “Beach” of Queenstown is truly Irish, since it is not a beach at all, but a fenced street full of shops, occupying the place where a narrow strand once ran.< Less
New Zealand: 100% Pure By Vincenzo Berghella
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The story of an unforgettable family trip to New Zealand, in particular to the South Island, Arthur Pass, Aoraki/Mt Cook, Queenstown, Milford Sound, and Doubtful Sound. History, geology, Maori... More > culture, and the 100% pure flora and fauna of this beautiful country come alive during a campervan trip, in constant contact with pristine nature.< Less
Australian & New Zealand Mineral Collector Magazine No.4 By Steve Sorrell
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The Australian & New Zealand Mineral Collector Magazine, a publication aimed at providing mineral collectors with information about minerals and mineral locations in Australia, New Zealand, and... More > elsewhere. Issue 4 is the first one to focus on one area, the Queenstown district in western Tasmania, and in particular, the famous Mt. Lyell mine.< Less
Just Add Faith By Ronnie Vehorn
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Just Add Faith is a wonderfully inspiring and uplifting true story about a man’s desire to serve a loving God, a desire to make a difference, a desire to listen to the Masters voice and to live... More > a life of complete faith. That desire and absolute faith resulted in the Vehorn family’s move from America to little-known Queenstown in South Africa in June 1988. His story includes their Journey to Africa, the heartache and trials, the laughter and connections and the miraculous. “The South Africa we enjoy today is a testament to the power of prayer and forgiveness, to an underlying national goodwill, to a rare but genuine sense of statesmanship among African leaders led by former President Mandela and to a never dying hope within the broken national heart for a peaceful and profitable future for South Africa. JUST ADD FAITH is a positive voice in the legacy of grace and forgiveness that will lead to a new nation of redeemed and reconciled South Africans!” Ronnie Vehorn< Less
Hampton Court By Walter Jerrold
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The Hampton Court Branch Line is a short branch line off the South Western Main Line. It has a through station at Thames Ditton and a terminus at Hampton Court, both currently in Transport for... More > London's Zone 6. The line is electrified, using 750 V DC third rail.The branch was inaugurated 1 February 1849, when Hampton Court railway station was opened. Originally carriages were hauled by horses to Kingston station (later replaced Surbiton) where they were attached to Southampton trains and taken to London.Train services are currently operated by South West Trains. There is a half-hourly direct service to London Waterloo which calls at all stations on the route except for Queenstown Road (Battersea). Excerpt from: Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less