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Borderless By Edson Cabalfin
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Travel journal of students from the School of Architecture and Interior Design of the University of Cincinnati. The journal documents the foreign-study program that visited the Philippines,... More > Thailand, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Macao, and Singapore from August 24th to October 4th, 2015.< Less
Important Facts Everyone Should Know About Motorcycles By Manuel Thayer
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There are many different types of motorcycle to consider based on your interests. Do you want a motorcycle that is known for speed? If you will be taking long road trips on your motorcycle then you... More > definitely want one built for travel and comfort. You may also want one that offers compartments to hold your necessities while you travel. Other motorcycles are designed for riding on dirt or for competition. There are also scooters that are fun for in town. Grab a copy of this ebook today.< Less
Central Italy: The Marches and Abruzzo By Enrico Massetti
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This guide leads you in a two weeks car trip through Central Italy, in the regions of The Marches, Umbria and Abruzzo. It covers the towns of Pesaro, Urbino, Gubbio, Perugia, Assisi, Spello, Foligno,... More > Montefalco, Spoleto, Terni, Rieti, L'Aquila, Popoli, Rivisondoli, Roccaraso, Chieti, Pescara, Teramo, Ascoli Piceno, Macerata, Loreto and Ancona. It includes many photos and descriptions of the attractions.< Less
Kodiak Bound - Reflections from a Mom on the Road By LaVonne Quinth
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“You’re going to do what?” “You’re nuts!” “Must be gluttons for punishment!” Just a few of the reactions we received after revealing our plans for... More > this Grand Adventure. Apparently travelling with kids is not necessarily equated with joyous living. After completing the journey, and surviving it, many told me I should write a book, a “How to” book. Honestly I don’t feel qualified to give expert advice on that subject. I believe that all people are different, some enjoy travelling and some prefer to stay at home. I believe that applies even to children, and I believe that our children were born to roam! Having children who enjoy watching the world roll by outside the car window, who scream with disappointment when a 10 hour-long journey is over and we are finally home, who begin each morning with “Where are we going today?” certainly makes travelling easier. Who am I to give advice to the vast majority with ”normal” kids? Having said that, I may just have a few tips to offer anyway.< Less