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  • Hearn’s Japan
    Lafcadio Hearn
    'Finally the treatment these true classics deserve: thoroughly re-edited and modernized texts, with glossary, index...and beautiful layout to boot.'Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904), the son of an Irish Surgeon-Major and a Greek woman of noble lineage, who settled in Japan after a checkered career in journalism in Cincinnati and New Orleans, is still considered by many the most astute...
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    25,13 €

  • Stuck with Me
    Cassandra Piat
    Molly, a happy-go-lucky photographer, is thrilled when she wins an all-expenses paid vacation to Mauritius. Bursting with excitement, she packs her camera and a few colourful bikinis and can't wait to have some fun in the sun. But things don’t go quite as planned for Molly from the moment the grumpy, albeit gorgeous, Adam sits down next to her on the flight to Mauritius. W...
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    12,99 €

  • Highways and Backstreets
    Klaus Komenda
    Klaus Komenda had achieved what he had fantasized about for years. He had moved to the United States, worked for a prestigious company in Silicon Valley, was able to afford the luxury German car and the one bedroom apartment in a gated complex with swimming pool, gym and manicured lawn.Yet something was missing.A chain of events turned his life upside down and made him question...
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    34,65 €

  • An Excursion to Canada
    HENRY DAVID THOREAU
    Henry David Thoreau (July 12, 1817 - May 6, 1862) was an American author, poet, philosopher, polymath, abolitionist, naturalist, tax resister, development critic, surveyor, historian, and leading transcendentalist. He is best known for his book Walden, a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay Resistance to Civil Government (also known as Civil Diso...
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    20,16 €

  • Adventures on the Pan American Highway of South America
    Earl Roe Donnell / Lucretia Ayers Donnell
    What happens when an intrepid and resourceful sixty-something woman decides in 1953 that a long driving trip, touring the newly opened Pan American Highway in South America, would be just the thing her ailing husband needs? Follow the Donnells in this page turning, true yarn as recorded by Lucretia Donnell in her letters. Robbed, stuck in the mud, marooned with car troubles, wi...
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    30,46 €

  • Barossa Journeys
    Noris Ioannou
    Barossa Journeys: Into a valley of tradition creates a sensory experience where the flavours of wine and food intermingle with the celebrations of festivals and music. Favourite places and enchanting, out-of-the-way sites are revealed. Explore places as evocative as the long-lost village of Hoffnungsthal, and the strange cave home of the eccentric explorer Menge. Wander through...
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    35,70 €

  • 2018 Nowhere Print Annual
    Nowhere Magazine
    David Zoby finds Assad, Rumi and strawberry shisha in Syria Chris Morgan discovers sable-maned witches & the sea in Wales Lara Tupper writes about Speedos, Congressmen and Jesus in Maine Desdemona Dallas photographs a road trip through the American West Anna Wallace-Thompson navigates crocodiles and taxis in Cairo Jenni Quilter recounts North African pirates on an Icelan...
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    16,07 €

  • New York to Los Angeles Roadtrip
    Oliver Markus Malloy
    Join Oliver on his epic road trip across America, from New York to California, as he almost gets blown up in the Sears Tower in Chicago, almost gets bitten by a rattlesnake in Colorado, almost gets eaten by a mountain lion in the Rocky Mountains, almost dies in a sand storm in Death Valley, almost gets killed by a sea elephant in California, almost gets arrested by a Park Range...
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    10,47 €

  • Texans On the Camino
    Mo Houston
    Texans on the Camino is a daily journal of one couple’s trek walking the Camino de Santiago from St. Jean-Pied-de-Port, France, to Santiago, Spain. Through the eyes of Mo, she writes a daily blog using only her cell phone and typically writing at night using a headlamp for light. The miracles of the Camino come to life each day through the people they meet from all walks of lif...
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    24,59 €

  • Corfu and Mainland Greece
    Alan R. Massen
    Corfu and Mainland Greece is a pictorial and descriptive journey through the history and beauty of the Greek paradise Island of Corfu before we sail away on a trip to the mainland of Greece to visit some of the most important historical sites of ancient Greece. The Island of Corfu is one of the Ionian Islands. It is just off the West coast of Greece and is one of the most North...
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    47,78 €

  • Japan Dreams
    Mark Peters
    There is Japan, and then there is Japan. Follow the author from his first early morning glimpse of Mount Fuji to the deepening realisation that even our most familiar and cherished notions can prove to be insubstantial scraps of nothingness. At times earthy, at times philosophical, ‘Japan Dreams’ is more than a zen-like meditation on life. It is a high-speed criss-crossing of...
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    22,09 €

  • Rain Falling on Tamarind Trees
    C. L. Hoang
    Finalist (Travel category), 2019 San Diego Book Awards Former Amazon #1 New Release in Vietnam Travel Guides 5-Star Rating from Amazon Hall-of-Fame Top Reviewer Have you ever wondered what Vietnam is like some forty years after the war has ended? Then come along with the author as he returns to visit his ancestral homeland for the first time after a decades-long absence.Retrace...
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    13,47 €

  • Fortunate Isle
    Ronald Mackay
    Fortunate Isle: A  Memoir of TenerifeIn 1960, with a mere £40 in his pocket, 18-year-old Ronald Mackay hitched from Scotland to Spain then took a tramp steamer to Tenerife, thinking to voyage on to South America. Instead, he discovered the snug village of Buenavista del Norte, where he was welcomed in by the locals as 'El Extranjero'. He lived there for a year, working,...
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    11,64 €

  • Andros Island, Travel Guide, and Environmental Information
    Thomson Michael
    Andros Island, Travel Guide and Environmental Information. History, Vacation, Holiday, Environment. Andros, the second-largest island of the Cyclades, has a long and proud seafaring tradition and, conversely, is a walker’s paradise. Its wild mountains are cleaved by fecund valleys with bubbling streams and ancient stone mills. A lush island, springs tend to be a feature of each...
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    37,25 €

  • Romancing Through Italy
    Robert James Connors
    Romancing Through Italy is an intimate cultural journey that reveals not just the places, but the people and mysteries of an ancient land. In these true stories, discover the humor, beauty, heroes, friends, and misadventures of traveling through Italy. Emperors and cave-dwellers, elderly goat-herds and ghost towns come to life in visits to the hidden corners of the cradle of mo...
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    22,20 €

  • Illegal
    John Dennehy
    Illegal tells the true story of love and deception, revolutions and deportations as it chronicles the trials of John Dennehy. Naïve New Yorker, Dennehy refuses to be part of the feverish nationalism of post 9/11 America. His search for hope takes him to Ecuador, where he falls in love with firebrand Lucia, who perfects his broken Spanish while they find solidarity in the brewin...
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    10,61 €

  • Up the Rainbow
    Susan Casper
    Susan Casper (1947-2017) had a comparatively limited, but very intense writing career. She collaborated with some of the biggest names in the field, attempted truly daring and innovative fiction, and then slipped away from writing as quietly as she’d originally started. As Michael Swanwick says in his introduction, the reason she stopped writing is a mystery. There came a point...
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    28,23 €

  • An Artist in Japan
    John La Farge
    “Finally the treatment these true classics deserve: thoroughly re-edited and modernized texts, with glossary, index…and beautiful layout to boot.”John la Farge (1835–1910), traveling Japan’s interior in the summer of 1886, sees Japan in a way only he can: through the eyes of a painter, observing a vast canvas in which he discerns every color, every shade, every nuance, every re...
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    25,45 €

  • 7 Hours to Sofia
    Louise Mae Hoffmann
    7 Hours to Sofia: challenges and discoveries of a Peace Corps Volunteer, Louise Mae HoffmannHoffmann makes a powerful point in this book about democracy. Bulgarians struggle to come to terms with their own freedom. After retiring from her career directing a college library, and serving as president of the New Mexico Library Association, she decides to volunteer for the PEACE CO...
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    24,73 €

  • Four Seasons in a Day
    Deborah L Jacobs
    Alternately humorous and poignant, this inspiring memoir chronicles the author's misadventures as she and her husband cook in quirky kitchens, struggle to speak French and shop like locals in outdoor markets. With candor and optimism, Deborah Jacobs transports readers from the grape harvest in the Loire Valley to an exuberant chile pepper festival in Basque Country and, ult...
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    14,18 €

  • Other California
    Andrey Vlasov / Daria Labonina
    What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word: 'California'? The answer is as plain as the day - ocean, golden sand, palm trees, wind in the hair, relaxed and smiling people. But, it's not that simple, California is not just fun by the beach. It is much more interesting than just bright leaflets made for tourists.If you want to get acquainted with 'other' Cali...
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    39,98 €

  • Ruins of Rome I
    Laine Cunningham
    At over 2,500 years old, Rome is more than the capital of Italy. It is the center of artistic creativity and a cultural complex that arguably outstrips any other location on earth. Ancient monuments like the Colosseum continue to capture our attention while institutions like the Vatican Museums spur intellectual interest.The heartbeat of Rome is found in every traveler’s soul. ...
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    28,57 €

  • Outdoor Photography of Japan
    Daniel H. Wieczorek / Daniel HWieczorek
    A Book of Photos taken in eastern and northern Japan through the autumn months only. Daniel has been living in Japan for over 14 years and he and Kazuya have known each other for about 13 of those years. They have been traveling around together and doing photography in northern and eastern Japan and exhibiting their work on their respective websites.Friends have been encouragin...
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    38,50 €

  • Shambhala
    Nicholas Roerich
    In "Shambhala" Roerich has recorded the way of his journey through Central Asia and Tibet in the terms of spirit. It is a record of legends, of parables, of notes--the very substance of which the larger reality is composed, and all revealing different facets of the theme of Shambhala. In this book--as in his other books, "Altai-Himalaya" and "Heart of Asia," one realizes that R...
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    14,52 €

  • San Francisco
    Andrey Vlasov / Daria Labonina
    San Francisco is a city of free and relaxed spirit, contrasts and conflicts, liberal views and traditional values, unusual past and wealthy present. It will never leave you indifferent. Indeed, everyone who has ever been to this city always wants to come back.What is it, San Francisco?It’s a city of contrasts.Visiting the city for the first time you get surprised with the thick...
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    36,72 €

  • U.S. Taxes for Worldly Americans
    Wagner Olivier
    Introducing the 2024 Edition of the Amazon Expat Tax BestsellerAre you a U.S. citizen residing abroad? Living beyond American borders doesn’t exempt you from the long arm of the IRS. The United States taxes its citizens on worldwide income, no matter where they roam. But fear not! Navigating the complexities of expat taxation just got easier with this updated guide.In U.S. Taxe...
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    22,44 €

  • Forgiving Murder - The Voice of Reason
    Anita Lambert
    This thought provoking and inspirational story is the true account of how Anita’s nephew’s brutal murder forced her to experience forgiveness in the rawest form. It is a testament to the strength of the human spirit’s ability to heal after crippling devastation which would forever alter the lives of all those effected, negatively or positively. Anita gives a very personal accou...
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    11,23 €

  • GUEST BOOK (Hardback), Visitors Book, Comments Book, Guest Comments Book, House Guest Book, Party Guest Book, Vacation Home Guest Book
    Angelis Publications
    Hardback sleek matte finish cover Page size: 8.5 ...
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    10,93 €

  • Donut Famine
    Rick Lupert
    Rick Lupert's 20th book and latest poetic travelogue takes you to the Big Easy, New Orleans, Louisiana and environs where alligators were seen but not eaten, and cocktails were imbibed in the very spots they were invented. Filled with warmth and humor.Rick Lupert's latest book is the work of a poet at the height of his powers. Back on the road, this time across the Amer...
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    15,82 €

  • The Terlingua Chili Cookbook
    Tiffany Harelik
    The Terlingua Chili Cookbook features the sparse desert community of Terlingua, known for their infamous annual chili cook-off. Complete with recipes so good they could charm a snake, this non-traditional cookbook takes you on the road trip of a lifetime culminating in the Woodstock of all chili-fests: The Terlingua chili cook-off. Starting in Study Butte and Big Bend Park, you...
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    21,83 €