By Bike around Kyushu is an account of a journey around the island of Kyushu, in Southern Japan, following the pilgrim path of 88 temples belonging to the Shingon sect of Buddhism. The travel was... More > undertaken in 2014 using a small folding bike and the occasional train and taxi and staying, where possible, in low cost Japanese style accommodation. The book is a daily journal with many colour photos, extensive maps and some additional material to set the travel in context.< Less
Stepping into Lyon is all about engrossing yourself in its story. A narrative rich in character and tradition, which runs through the veins of the Lyonnais. Saturated in history, the beauty of this... More > tale must be unravelled. The chronicle can be read west to east from the top of Fourvière hill: a physical embodiment of the formation of Lyon, from the 1st to the 21st century. Explore Lyon’s underlying mysteries and discover a tale of two cities; an eclectic mix of the old and the new. France’s second city is electrifying in this synthesis. Unlike any other place, vibrant art deco constructions stand beside Roman ruins and Gothic monuments, while tradition meets modernity in everything from the city’s cuisine to its seasonal festivals. The ancient and the contemporary co-exist, rooted in harmonious unison, as comfortably as the Rhône and the Saône.
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This is an account of living and working in Nizwa, Oman from 1996 to 1999. It includes travels, observations of life, changes in society and education and personal activities of John and Donna... More > Eacott. It is a useful, informative, entertaining personal account of living in a fast changing culture in the Arab world.< Less
This is an e-book travel guide, created on the road, which means along a travel experience, that is now, in 2014 counting for 18 years about.
The Odin’s Travel Guide is about Luis Daniel... More > Maldonado Fonken, Akka: Odin Ѳ spiritual Journey destinations
WHY TO BUY THIS GUIDE ?
Why should any one be interested into this travel guide; well, if you are into a spiritual journey yourself you would love to know about locations, places, people, and strategies for traveling that would make of your trip a spiritual adventure.
Dedicated to all new spiritual friends that i met in my spiritual Journey, in particular those that made of the journey a spiritual adventure, their list would be too long, and the words i would tell for them would be too many, just now to say thank you for being who you are.< Less