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Prague: A Pisshead's Pub Guide By Maximiliano Bahnson
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A very unconventional, personal and politically incorrect pub guide of Prague. Simply unique
The Kalebergs' North Olympic Peninsula By Kaleberg Symbionts
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Hike Olympic National Park and the North Olympic Peninsula with the Kalebergs. Explore the far northwest with its snow covered mountains, wild Pacific beaches and rich green rain forests including... More > the World Heritage Hoh Rain Forest. These 13 day hikes, map and illustrated with beautiful photographs, give a taste of the variety and glory of the region. This book builds on the Kaleberg Symbionts' www.kaleberg.com website and can serve as a guide or a keepsake for this magical region.< Less
US 50 Coast to Coast By Wulf Berg
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For two years we planed and prepared for a trip on US Route 50 from Ocean City, Maryland, to San Francisco, California. We believe that Route 50 crosses some of the most beautiful parts of America.... More > On May the First we watched the sun rise above the Atlantic Ocean and departed on our journey to the Pacific Ocean where we observed the sunset twenty-one days later. Our trip was memorable and inspirational. As we crossed the country we met and talked with people from different backgrounds and affiliations. Everybody was proud of his or her heritage and place of residency. America the Beautiful is the greatest country on Earth. We still can see the colorful canyons in Utah. As we crossed the Green River, our thoughts went with John Powell as he explored this territory in 1869. I hope my book will encourage other to take a journey across America and see this beautiful country. Only those who have experienced the tranquility of nature will fight to preserve it Our public land is not for sale!< Less
Yakushima: A Yakumonkey Guide ebook By Clive Witham
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Yakushima: A Yakumonkey Guide - The Second edition Fully updated and still packed full of everything necessary to visit Yakushima - acommodation, transport, 15 hiking trails, places of interest,... More > activities, restaurants, bars and cafes. Visiting Yakushima has never been easier!< Less
DIY Cuenca Landing Guide By Angie and Frank Lewis
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Updated SEVENTH EDITION 2015! This is the eBook version and is an instant download. Are you moving to or retiring to Cuenca Ecuador? When you first land in Cuenca you'll be lost without the DIY... More > Cuenca Landing Guide at your fingertips. Great information with excellent resources to make your move or visit to Cuenca less stressful and more enjoyable. The Cuenca Landing Guide is also available on LULU as a print book. Either way, you will have a Cuenca Guide that will surely make your stay or visit the best in can be! So let the DIY Cuenca Guide, guide you through the beautiful city of Cuenca Ecuador! Have fun! Let us know you bought the book and email us with your questions; we'll be happy to assist you in any way we can. Frank and Angie< Less
101 Questions About T@b, T@da and T@g Camping Trailers By Richard Lewis
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Our adventure with our T@B started with an 800 mile round trip to Tucson, AZ to buy a used 2007 DM (Dutchmen) T@B. I had never seen a T@B in person, only in pictures. For the next several years we... More > would see incredible places and meet many incredible fellow T@Bbers. During that time I started modifying our T@B trailer and then began to help others to modify theirs for more fun, better safety, improved reliability and usability. This ebook is a collection of over 101 T@B modifications and troubleshooting questions that I have answered on the various T@B discussion groups. There are over 75 photos and 130 internet links to T@B, T@DA and T@G trailer resources.< Less
White Sands, New Mexico - Gypsum Wonderland By Emerson Kent
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White Sands National Monument in New Mexico - Visitor's information and a brief introduction to its geology, history, and background.
Cruising Under Power - Pacific Coasts of Mexico and Central America By Ken Williams
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Are you planning to cruise the Pacific Coast of Mexico or Central America? Are you buying a trawler and confused about how to equip the boat? Have you wondered what it is like to retire and spend... More > months living on a trawler? Composited from the cruising blogs of the author, while cruising from San Diego to Costa Rica, this book is far more than a travelogue. The author has dedicated himself to spreading his passion about long-distance cruising and exploration. The Pacific coast, with its’ beautiful beaches and resorts, provides an entertaining background as he describes the equipment and techniques he employs for successful passage making. You will be amused and educated as he holds nothing back, while describing his experiences with flopper stoppers, surfing sand bars, anchoring in “unusual” conditions, fishing, greedy foreign officials, jungle cruises, pirates, groundings, high winds, stubborn currents, mechanical failures, mechanical successes and more! < Less
Incarcerated Paradise: A Journey from East Oakland to Puerto Rico By Ramas Crew
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Youth from East Oakland undergo a cultural, political journey to Puerto Rico to learn about the countries' freedom fighters and their struggle for independence. Book includes poems, short stories and... More > powerful biographies from freedom fighters desde Boriken. An OaklandLEAF.org, Ramas Crew, production< Less
GEEZER and the KID By Ron Irwin
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A fascinating adventure unfolds as a 62 year old father and his 11 year old daughter set off on a thrilling ten day flight across the vast and rugged terrain of the American southwest. Join Ron and... More > Kari as they fly across the blazing Mojave Desert to the rim of the Grand Canyon. Thrill at their landing on a rugged runway in the heart of the Navajo Nation. Be with them as they fly to the Rocky Mountains and then across the breath taking but unforgiving land of New Mexico and Arizona. A great book for adventurers of all ages.< Less
Noah's Dove By Sarah Hootman Kearns
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A journal of the author's semester spent studying abroad in Ireland.
Wine Bar Travels - Trip 2 By Nick Sparks
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This book features wine locations around the country. Book 2 has unique places in unexpected locations. Wine is the focal point but also unique plays a deciding factor in my selection.
Biking the Fairy Tale Trail By Allen Johnson
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The author took his three granddaughters to Germany and bike 400 miles along the Fairy-tale Trail between Rapunzel's Castle and Sleeping Beauty's castle, sleeping in the castles at night.
The Age of Fire By Nathan Hoturoa Gray
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Commencing from the devastation of Apartheid heralding the rise of Mandela and concluding with the wars erupting throughout the Middle East igniting the religious, racial and cultural transformations... More > occurring all around the planet - this is a journey from Cape to Cairo of a completely different calibre. Nathan Hoturoa Gray travels through some of the planet's most compelling battlegrounds observing from where our species has come and where it is heading. 'The Age of Fire' delivers a powerful statement on humanity covering issues of race relations and global imbalance as we tackle the challenges of the Fifth Cultural Ecology: an era commencing with the end of the Mayan Calendar December 21, 2012. Providing both prophectic and futuristic thinking about how we must attempt to face overpopulation, environmental instability, food and water shortage the book finds the one key global moral that will give humanity a chance to survive and remain dignified through the cataclysmic challenges of the 21st century.< Less
Hijacked on the Masai Mara: An African Safari off the Beaten Track By Lenise Cook, Adorae Lester
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In 1980, for their 25th wedding anniversary, Dick and Adorae Lester set off on the trip of their dreams. After hosting two African foreign exchange students in their homes as sons over the last few... More > years and meeting many of their countrymen, they had a love for Africa and its people, so for their 25th wedding anniversary they had planned a six-week trip to Kenya and Ghana to visit their sons’ homelands. They did not know how true the Kenya Tourist Board’s slogan “For life long memories, visit Kenya” was going to be when they booked a three-day safari to the Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya with hopes of also visiting the school their Kenyan son Philip had attended. They never dreamed that their lives would be in danger or that they might not make it back home alive. This is the true story of kidnapping and terror in the African bush, a brave safari guide, and the faithful God who brought them home safely.< Less
Journey to a Waterfall A Biologist in Africa By Robert Cowie
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From the age of ten, the author was determined to be involved with African wildlife. This memoir recounts how he was able to fulfil this dream, travelling through Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Sudan,... More > Zimbabwe, Malawi and Egypt, as well as the Yemen, which biologically is almost Africa. He tells of being captured by Eritrean guerillas, seeing Gelada baboons in the Ethiopian highlands and the huge migrations of zebra and wildebeest in the Serengeti, doing research on termites in Darfur as well as assessing agricultural problems in the highest fastnesses of the Yemeni mountains, gazing in awe at the Pyramids of Giza and marvelling at the Victoria Falls in full flow.< Less
From the Corner of Hollywood and diVine By Cori Linder, Lara Scott
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When most people arrive in Southern California, they want to travel directly to Hollywood to look for the stars (the celebrity kind)—and either walk around town or stroll the sidewalks of the... More > Hollywood Walk of Fame. But after that, the question is usually, “What else is there to see?” To that we reply: It depends on who you want to be today. A glamorous Starlet? A polished Heiress? A trendy Hipster? A devoted Hot Mama? An ambitious Working Girl? All of the above? Written by popular radio host Lara Scott and lifestyle writer Cori Linder, "From the Corner of Hollywood and diVine" will guide you through five different fabulously fun days—all designed to let you experience the lifestyle of each of these iconic personality types. You will visit Old Hollywood-inspired places in Southern California where these icons from back in the day might have hung out (or in many cases, actually did)—from a movie studio to a star-studded cemetery to an ocean liner.< Less
A Photo Tour of the Covered Bridges of New Brunswick By Ray Boucher
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New Brunswick, Canada once boasted of having over 200 covered bridges. By 2009 only 64 remained. This book will carry you on a photographic journey to the remaining 64 covered bridges scattered... More > throughout the province. The photos are grouped by county and with the exception of Gloucester, the counties are grouped alphabetically. Within the county the bridge photos are presented in such a way as to take the viewer on short day trips of 2 to 6 bridges should you wish to visit personally. As you read the little blurbs accompanying each bridge you will find many having two names. The first name is the one designated by the Department of Transportation. The second name (found in brackets) is the name most commonly used by the local population. In addition you will find a picture of a small walking covered bridge in Riverview and a tourist information center built as a covered bridge at Coles Island.< Less
Wine Bar Travels - Trip 3 By Nick Sparks
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Welcome to book 3 in the series. I keep locating unique and fun wine bars around the world to introduce to readers. This one will not disappoint. It has some very exciting places around the world.... More > One in Beijing and one in Hong Kong. So enjoy. And don't forget, these books make great gifts.< Less
Raining Cats and Rats By Donna Gottardi
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In 2003, Donna Gottardi answered an internet ad for a teaching job in the last town in northeastern China, on the border with Russia—in Chinese Siberia. Without knowing a word of Chinese, or a... More > single person in China, Gottardi booked a ticket to one of the greatest adventures of her lifetime. In a matter of weeks, she found herself in the front of a classroom full of Chinese teachers of English, in a place 10,000 miles from her friends, her family and her home. Find out how her trust in others and in herself opened a window into this rural Chinese outpost and to its people. Laugh along with the many interesting predicaments Gottardi finds herself in as one of the first Western educators to live and work in Fu Yuan and as the only native English speaker. Witness how Gottardi begins to help the teachers not only to learn English, but to understand Americans as she learns to understand the people of rural China and navigate through the cultural maze of unfamiliarity that has become her latest everyday reality.< Less
Walking through Sunflowers: through Deepest France on the Road to Compostela By Denise Fainberg
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Inspired by walking the famous Camino de Santiago, teacher and travel writer Denise Fainberg and companion Patrick Roberts undertook to walk one of the ancient pilgrimage routes running across France... More > toward the same shrine of St. James in northwestern Spain. Walking through Sunflowers: across Deepest France on the Road to Compostela is the account of their journey. Their path leads from the mountainous Auvergne to the high limestone plateaus and fertile river valleys of Quercy; to jewels of Romanesque architecture at the many traditional shrines along the way; through the vineyards and rich farmland of Aquitaine; and over the Pyrenees to Spain. The motley parade of modern pilgrims, the thousand-year history of the path and its artistic and spiritual heritage combine with the seductive environment of southern France to leave an indelible impression on body and soul.< Less
Friends of the 261: Willmar & Boylston Route Guide By Robert Tabern, Kandace Tabern
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This is the official route guide for the Friends of the 261 Fall Colors excursions to Willmar, Minnesota and Boylston, Wisconsin. The book features material about the history of the towns the train... More > passes through and interesting knowledge about the plants and animals seen along the way. Also included is history of the 261 steam engine, Great Northern Railroad, and the two premium cars featured on the excursion.< Less
Catholic Kosovo: A Visitor's Guide to Her People, Churches, Historical Sites, and Her 1,900 Year Journey (in Black & White) By Marilyn Kott
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Experience a lesser known aspect of Kosovo and her people by discovering their Catholic past and present. In this guide, you’ll find locations, visiting hours, driving instructions, Mass and... More > Feast Day schedules for 33 of Kosovo’s Catholic churches and sites. You’ll find background on their 1,900 year history, beginning with the 2nd century Christian evangelizers and converts in the then-Roman province Illyricum. You’ll find stories from present day parishioners, who openly share their heritage and faith. More than 80 photographs, along with diagrams and contributions from 17 of Kosovo’s Catholics will make you feel you’re already there. Well researched and organized, enhanced with historical and religious background, this guide is for pilgrims and general travelers alike, and even for those who might not ever get to Kosovo. You’ll be fascinated and moved by Catholic Kosovo.< Less
Catholic Kosovo: A Visitor’s Guide to Her People, Churches, Historical Sites, and Her 1,900 Year Journey By Marilyn Kott
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Experience a lesser known aspect of Kosovo and her people by discovering their Catholic past and present. In this guide, you’ll find locations, visiting hours, driving instructions, Mass and... More > Feast Day schedules for 33 of Kosovo’s Catholic churches and sites. You’ll find background on their 1,900 year history, beginning with the 2nd century Christian evangelizers and converts in the then-Roman province Illyricum. You’ll find stories from present day parishioners, who openly share their heritage and faith. More than 80 mostly color photos, diagrams and contributions from 17 of Kosovo’s Catholics will make you feel you’re already there. Well researched and organized, enhanced with historical and religious background, this guide is for pilgrims and general travelers alike, and even for those who might not ever get to Kosovo. You’ll be fascinated and moved by Catholic Kosovo.< Less
Brazil and the FIFA World Cup By Nathan Hoturoa Gray
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The FIFA Football World Cup is the most followed sporting event on the planet. Over 46% of the population tunes into the tournament via television, radio or online; the competition worth over $2.4... More > billion in television broadcast rights alone. Brazil, 5 times world champions and fiercely proud soccer nation have finally got their second chance to showcase their country to the rest of the world. Currently in the top ten economies, how has Brazil developed since their first World Cup hosted in 1950? Will the significant class divides lead to a volatile contest replete with protests and disharmony as present in their hosting of the Football Confederates Cup in 2013? Or will the country come together to host an unforgettable tournament knowing that the world has their scrutinizing eyes on them in the build up to the Rio Olympics in 2016?< Less