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Wrong Way Already! By The Extraordinary Tourist
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South Australian Artist, Writer and online Video Producer, David Arandle, a.k.a. 'The Extraordinary Tourist' (TET for short), journals the places he and sister, Lesley (otherwise known as The Blonde... More > Rose), visited on a 2007 road trip across the southern end of Australia from Broken Hill to Perth and many places in between. This collection of entries taken from TET's online blog, retells daily experiences as TET and Rose become obsessed with finding a statue, discovering art and retracing their steps from Whyalla to Perth (a journey their family first made in 1978). If you have never stood on the southern edge of Australia, enjoyed the art of Broken Hill, toured the Clare Valley or driven the longest straight road in Australia then this book is a great travel guide for your own adventure. If you have done all that then relive your adventure through TET's casual and often opinionated writing style. This book is for arm chair travelers as well as those who like to live the adventure.< Less
Wrong Way Already! By The Extraordinary Tourist
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South Australian Artist, Writer and online Video Producer, David Arandle, a.k.a. 'The Extraordinary Tourist' (TET for short), journals the places he and sister, Lesley (otherwise known as The Blonde... More > Rose), visited on a 2007 road trip across the southern end of Australia from Broken Hill to Perth and many places in between. This collection of entries taken from TET's online blog, retells daily experiences as TET and Rose become obsessed with finding a statue, discovering art and retracing their steps from Whyalla to Perth (a journey their family first made in 1978). If you have never stood on the southern edge of Australia, enjoyed the art of Broken Hill, toured the Clare Valley or driven the longest straight road in Australia then this book is a great travel guide for your own adventure. If you have done all that then relive your adventure through TET's casual and often opinionated writing style. This book is for arm chair travelers as well as those who like to live the adventure.< Less
Caribbean Daydream By Steve Monroe
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What is this book about? Is it adventure? Is it travel? Is it fishing? Is it about Michigan or the Caribbean. Is it a wander lust or is it goal setting? Is it the mid life crisis of a... More > disgruntled screen printer? Whatever it’s about, I hope you enjoy reading it. I sure had fun writing it while reliving a few extraordinary experiences of my life.< Less
My life in Peru By Daniel fendler
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A children's book showing some of the tourist attractions in Peru. A young Peruvian boy's life is changed by an extraordinary after school program called Aldea Yanapay. All the proceeds of the book... More > will be donated to the school.< Less
Guide to Tenerife By World Travel Publishing
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Tenerife is the most compelling island in the peninsula group. Captivating more than 9 million tourists annually, the archipelago’s remarkable retreats offer great festivity and party spots,... More > mixed with long hot coasts and all inclusive hotels. But just another step further the main visitor places and you’ll find a refined and sophisticated island of unimaginable variety. Guide to Tenerife is your one-off compendium for this extraordinary island.< Less
Secret Scotland Calendar By andrew hennessey
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This is the Secret Scotland Calendar of Andrew Hennessey, folklorist and Ufologist. If there were some things you wanted to know about Scotland but got diverted at the tartan tourist shop - this is... More > the calendar for you. Available but hard to locate knowledge and some of the secret stuff hidden in plain view that the tour bus just accelerates past ! Some of these images are extraordinary insights into the paranormal in Scotland. All were taken by Andrew Hennessey. Bronze Age sites, historic battles, ghosts, monsters, faeries, magic, Saints and Angels, Masons and Templars - all illustrate the reason many people still make pilgrimmages to Scotland.< Less
Berlin Calling By CTR Berlin et al.
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When faced with such a huge array of incredible museums, cracking cuisine, the best night clubs on earth and a history richer than a Black Forest gâteau, it can be difficult to know where to... More > start. However, this compilation should go some way to helping you decide how best to tackle this amazing city; offering hints you won’t find at the tourist office, as well as letting you know what really doesn’t live up to the hype. In a city once ravaged by war and conflict, Berlin has overcome some major obstacles in weaving its extraordinary tapestry of people and pursuits – those which make it the diverse and ever exciting city it is today. Team Curso/CTR Berlin< Less
Portugal - North & South By David Spiller
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Between 2004 and 2010 I spent four months travelling the length and breadth of Portugal, staying in some 60 different towns and deciding where to go on a day-by-day basis. I journeyed by train... More > wherever possible and filled in the gaps by bus. I preferred normal working towns to tourist haunts, and developed a healthy repugnance for the Algarve. At every opportunity I talked to people along the way, trying to discover what life was like for the Portuguese in their own country. Finding that little had been published in English on the subject, I decided to write a chronicle of these travels. It recorded the things I’d seen, conversations I’d had, reflections upon the Portuguese way of life (notably their extraordinary good manners), the effects of poverty, and curiosities of religion, language, food and the arts.< Less
Turin By Enrico Massetti
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Turin, the regional capital of Piedmont, is reputed to be a magical city. And it can only be by magic that a city, considered to be the capital of Italian heavy industry (FIAT, one of the biggest... More > automobile producers in the world, is based here), is also one of the main tourist attractions of Italy. Of course, there are good reasons for this. In the cathedral of Turin is kept the Holy Shroud, the ancient linen winding-sheet in which, according to the tradition, the body of Christ was wrapped after his crucifixion. At Turin there is also the Egyptian Museum, which contains an extraordinary collection of art from Ancient Egypt, and the Sabauda Gallery, full of masterpieces by great European artists. This is a guide to Turin, for a visit lasting two, three or more days. There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions: museums, churches, nightlife and other attractions. or half days, so you can combine several sections depending on the length of your stay and your preference of what o see.< Less
Fools’ Copper (not to be confused with Ghost Beer) By Richard Hernaman Allen
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1977. Nick & Rosemary Storey’s help is sought by the EEC Commission to track down those responsible for fraudulently claiming money from the EEC’s Regional Development Fund to convert... More > a former copper mine in North Wales into a tourist attraction. As they pursue their enquiries, they come across “ghost beer”, illicitly-produced beer which is being sold in North Wales and the Borders. Unmasking a crooked bank manager appears to lead to a dead end, as the “fixer” for the EEC fraud was run over - probably deliberately – eight months earlier. Trying to follow a cold trail in the valleys of Snowdonia, Nick and Rosemary are shot at. However, traces of evidence and links eventually lead them to an extraordinary and bloody conclusion to both cases. “Fools Copper” is the eleventh book published in a series of detective stories mostly set in Customs & Excise by Richard Hernaman Allen, a former Commissioner.< Less

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