All eBooks in Travel Essays Category


More than 3,000 hours of sunshine and more than 150 km of beaches invite you to enjoy the sun and the sea and to feel like in paradise. Edition 2019- Up-to-date - detailed information, important useful insider tips and all highlights to explore the read more ...
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6.99 €
More than 3,000 hours of sunshine and more than 150 km of beaches invite you to enjoy the sun and the sea and to feel like in paradise. Edition 2019- Up-to-date - detailed information, important useful insider tips and all highlights to explore the read more ...
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9.99 €
Completely revised and updated new edition 2019 Up-to-date, detailed information, insider tips, highlights and brilliant illustrations. The travel guide Lanzarote...in a different way! leads you specifically to the attractions of the multifaceted vo read more ...
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6.99 €
Completely revised and updated new edition 2019 Up-to-date, detailed information, insider tips, highlights and brilliant illustrations. The travel guide Lanzarote...in a different way! leads you specifically to the attractions of the multifaceted vo read more ...
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9.99 €
SIights and Scenes in South-Eastern Asia
This is a reprint from 1874 originally published by Harper & Brothers, New York. From the content, arriving in Angkor: WE, whose good fortune it is to live in the nineteenth century, are accustomed to boast of the perfection and pre-eminence of our read more ...
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9.99 €
Photobook Cuba
Cuba is a fascinating country that is very different from the other countries in Latin America. Many people who think of Cuba, spontaneously have sugar cane, palm trees, salsa, coffee, rum, cigars, orchids, sun and crystal clear water in front of the read more ...
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2.99 €
Photobook Alaska Cruise
Against the picturesque backdrop of the coastal mountains, a giant cruise ship acts itself like a tiny boat that got lost in a world of giants. The ship is on the way from Vancouver through the Inside Passage to Whittier - Alaska. Northbound, deeper read more ...
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2.49 €
Martin Oliver grew up and served an apprenticeship in Coventry, renowned at that time for its car production companies, with the expectation of drifting onto the production line. His fear of spending his working life clocking in and out of a factory, read more ...
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5.99 €
Peter Jaggs has probably written and sold more books about the raunchier side of life in Thailand than any other author alive or dead. The brutal accuracy of his writing in a genre that is unavoidably always going to be controversial has inevitably p read more ...
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5.99 €
Hot and Sticky Yarns from Rural Siam
Isaan. Northeast Thailand. The furthest reaches of Old Siam. No coastline; no glistening lengths of powdery white sand; no Pad Thai-obsessed tourists; no touts; no taxis; no beggars; no hedonistic nights of extreme debauchery. Nothing. Just a whole l read more ...
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4.99 €
The most-informative stories ever written by the Thai author in English Since its inception in 1994, this book has proven to be very popular among Thai and foreign readers as a reliable source of information, in both Thai and English, about Thailand read more ...
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4.99 €
Using food, interviews and an original writing style as a starting point, I Ate Tiong Bahru lets the reader experience life in one of Southeast Asia's most cosmopolitan and historic areas. Stephen Black's musings of Singapore's most famous neighbo read more ...
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2.99 €
San Francisco and the Bay Area goes to the top of numerous tourist's listings. The elegance of the location is impressive. With the Pacific Ocean to the west, the San Francisco Bay to the north and eastern, surrounded by eco-friendly hills, redwoods read more ...
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2.99 €
consisted of as a metro in 1850. The metro's fabulous development was produced by its equable environment, which drew in individuals and business from all parts of the country; the development of its citrus-fruit sector; the revelation of oil in the read more ...
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3.99 €
There's merely something concerning Las Vegas. The city is the landscapes, and typically a character itself, in hit tv programs and significant movies. From the recently established craft location downtown to the million-dollar collections on Las Veg read more ...
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3.06 €
Sarawak, Malaysia is the second in the trilogy on Borneo and is a travelogue on rainforest and its Indigenous Peoples. Sarawak opens its heart of darkness, the rainforest when Frans Welman visits the interior and meets the peoples of the rainforests, read more ...
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4.99 €
Sarawak, Malaysia is the second in the trilogy on Borneo and is a travelogue on rainforest and its Indigenous Peoples. Sarawak opens its heart of darkness, the rainforest when Frans Welman visits the interior and meets the peoples of the rainforests, read more ...
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4.99 €
Why does a Thai smile at you after crashing into the back of your car?
 Why do Thais deplore walking? 

The heat, the heat. What about the weather? 

Why is everything done as a pack?

 What is all this face stuff about? 

Lies? 

Confrontatio read more ...
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4.99 €
Not even a three-hour motion picture could give an adequate impression of Thailand. These seven stories are snapshots of a few phases of the kingdom. An American expatriate seeks employment and love, but what he finds is not what he was looking for. read more ...
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4.99 €
The way in which we understand and appreciate the world will affect our whole approach to life. Over the last century physical science has shown that the cosmos is quite different from what was previously thought. It is far more stimulating and c read more ...
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4.99 €
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