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The Travel Section Volume 5 By The Travel Section at UC Berkeley
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In this fifth issue, our first as an independent publication at UC Berkeley, for the first time the Travel Section contains not only thoughtful essays from undergraduates' experiences around the... More > world but also reflective poetry and photography. Join our contributors as they kayak through the Canadian Shield, ride on horseback with gauchos at an Argentine Estancia and spend long hours in contemplation in a Japanese Zen Monastery. Follow the internal and external explorations of students from universities around the world as they cross borders, countries and cultural gaps. The Travel Section at UC Berkeley is a student run and published literary/arts journal dedicated to providing a medium for college students around the world to tell their stories, accepting submissions from undergraduates from anywhere in the world. As a journal we hope to foster a global forum for conversation and storytelling, especially encouraging discourse oriented around ethical and responsible travel and global responsibility.< Less
Five Acres and Independence, the Farm That Won't Wear Out By Maurice G. Kains & Cyril G. Hopkins
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This ebook contains: Five Acres and Independence: a practical guide to the selection and management of the small farm by Maurice G. Kains The Farm That Won't Wear Out by Cyril G. Hopkins WHEN YOU... More > PLAN AN AUTO TRIP, you wisely consult a road map to discover the safest, most direct and pleasantest way to your destination. When you are actually on your way, you follow the signs and obey the signal lights, especially at the cross-roads, the branches and through the cities. Often you may have the choice of several routes and often you may be in a quandary, but by consulting the map and obeying the signs, you ultimately reach your goal. This book aims to be a “road map” which traces some of the best routes along which you and your family may travel to happy, prosperous and interesting lives. It not only indicates the safest routes but, what is even more important, it particularly warns against blind alleys and side roads that lead to disappointment if not disaster. Get Your Copy Today!< Less
Johnny: Patron Saint of the Traveler By Josh Downey
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"Johnny" is a story about a male in his 20's living in New York City. Johnny works at a museum curating artworks, wears the same clothes everyday, drinks the same beer everyday, and eyes... More > the same girl everyday. Johnny decides to break his monotonous lifestyle one weekend and it tears his world apart. He is torn between the unstable and clingy Samantha and his new love interest in that of a beautiful, naive, and young Suzanne.< Less
China, the Future of Travel By Roy Graff & Sienna Parulis-Cook
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Since it was first published in 2005 and through the subsequent updated editions in 2008 and 2015, China, the Future of Travel has been a vital, practical handbook for the tourism industry. With this... More > 2019 edition, we have reviewed, revised, and expanded the entire content and included brand new case studies and interviews with leading industry experts. As tourism from China grew six-fold from 32 million in 2005 to 180 million trips projected for 2019, so too did the complexity and diversity of the sector. Online and mobile travel now dominates, and independent travel has overtaken group tourism.< Less
Arab, Muslim Travelers and the West By Dr. Fathi El-Shihibi
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This book is the third and final part of a trilogy that I authored covering Arab, Muslim travels from pre-Islamic times to the twentieth century. Along with examining the lives and works of selected... More > travelers to the West particularly to England and France the book defines and traces the changing attitudes towards the West from colonial times to post independence. The travelers’ diverse positive and negative attitudes towards Western civilizations do not only express popular sentiments of their times but continue to inform similar attitudes still prevalent among travelers, intellectuals and influential figures as well as the general Arab, Muslim public.< Less
China, the Future of Travel By Roy Graff & Sienna Parulis-Cook
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Since it was first published in 2005 and through the subsequent updated editions in 2008 and 2015, China, the Future of Travel has been a vital, practical handbook for the tourism industry. With this... More > 2019 edition, we have reviewed, revised, and expanded the entire content and included brand new case studies and interviews with leading industry experts. As tourism from China grew six-fold from 32 million in 2005 to 180 million trips projected for 2019, so too did the complexity and diversity of the sector. Online and mobile travel now dominates, and independent travel has overtaken group tourism.< Less
Travels of a TEFL Teacher By Pat Stapleton
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Learning through teaching in China, Hungary, Vietnam, Palestine and France. Pat Stapleton describes her experiences travelling to teach English. It wasn’t planned that way, but it turned out to... More > be a series of fascinating encounters with people in countries at times of transition and crisis: From France in 1947 to Vienna under Allied occupation and Nigeria immediately pre-Independence; A year in China after the Cultural revolution, when English teachers were scarce; Vietnam where she was entertained by General Giap who had fought the French at Dien Bien Phu, immediately after the visit from Francois Mitterand, the first Western leader to visit Vietnam since the war; Hungary just as the first election took place after years of rule from Moscow; Palestine at a time of increasing tension and danger with life dominated by checkpoints and the dividing wall; Based in France, where she acquired French citizenship and continues to take every opportunity to teach.< Less
Travels In A Foreign Land By Wayne Anthoney
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Born in Adelaide in 1940, Wayne Anthoney trained as a scientist with a strong interest in the theatre. After graduating from Adelaide University in 1962 he worked as a scientist for twelve years,... More > before jumping off into the unknown and uncertain world of the actor. Acting led him to clowning; clowning led him to touring remote Aboriginal communities; that led to an increasing interest in and concern with the plight of Aboriginal people. In 1996 he accepted an offer from Lawrie Gorman to become Project Manager for Nyangatjatjara Aboriginal Corporation, the major project being the development from scratch of Nyangatjatjara College, an independent secondary school for Aboriginal teenagers in the vicinity of Uluru. This book is a chronicle of Wayne Anthoney’s thirty years’ involvement with the Pitjantjatjara Aboriginal people of Central Australia.< Less
Travels In A Foreign Land By Wayne Anthoney
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Born in Adelaide in 1940, Wayne Anthoney trained as a scientist with a strong interest in the theatre. After graduating from Adelaide University in 1962 he worked as a scientist for twelve years,... More > before jumping off into the unknown and uncertain world of the actor. Acting led him to clowning; clowning led him to touring remote Aboriginal communities; that led to an increasing interest in and concern with the plight of Aboriginal people. In 1996 he accepted an offer from Lawrie Gorman to become Project Manager for Nyangatjatjara Aboriginal Corporation, the major project being the development from scratch of Nyangatjatjara College, an independent secondary school for Aboriginal teenagers in the vicinity of Uluru. This book is a chronicle of Wayne Anthoney’s thirty years’ involvement with the Pitjantjatjara Aboriginal people of Central Australia.< Less
The Commuter's Guide to Time Travel By Jacobo Rubinstein
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The Commuter’s Guide to Time Travel shows you how to use your commuting time to improve on your body, brain, passions and soul. Commuting time is for you and your alternative projects. This... More > guide does not add working time to your life, but, focuses instead on protecting this time for self-improvement. If your one-way commute is 30 minutes to 2 hours, you create up to 3 extra months per year. This guide will help you profit from this quality-time. To improve your fitness, follow the easy-to-stick-to exercises aimed at increasing muscle strength, resistance, tone and flexibility. To stretch your brain, replace newspapers and crossword puzzles with high-value activities to advance to the next educational level or in a short career. Increase productivity and communication skills focusing on your passions and hobbies. Use commuting time to strengthen positive attitudes and actions in your every-day life. Save money, gas, help reduce global warming, and contribute to energy independence.< Less

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