All eBooks in Travel & Emigration Category


Sabah, the first in the trilogy on Borneo, is a travelogue on rainforest and its Indigenous Peoples. Sabah opens its heart of darkness when Linseng penetrate to produce an audiovisual meant to show its uniqueness so appreciation of habitat and its re read more ...
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West Papua, part of Indonesia shows disparity with the land that annexed it after the Dutch abandoned a war which should have secured independence for the Papuans as the Netherlands had promised. Frans Welman in collaboration with Viktor Kasiepo trav read more ...
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Volume 1
West Papua, part of Indonesia shows disparity with the land that annexed it after the Dutch abandoned a war which should have secured independence for the Papuans as the Netherlands had promised. Frans Welman in collaboration with Viktor Kasiepo trav read more ...
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Sequel to Oh Burma the Uprising is more than a decade later and deals with the ‘suppressive’ situation Burmese people are in just before and just after the second Uprising. It also contains two accounts of Nagas and the Military in the extreme Northw read more ...
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Feeling the pulse of the Burmese people of Burma, before the 1988 popular uprising and not yet renamed to Myanmar. The dynamics of what happens when people live under unbearable pressure and yet find ways for much needed relief. That the uprising cam read more ...
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Feeling the pulse of the Burmese people of Burma, before the 1988 popular uprising and not yet renamed to Myanmar. The dynamics of what happens when people live under unbearable pressure and yet find ways for much needed relief. That the uprising cam read more ...
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4.99 €
An A-Z look at Bangkok, based on a six month jaunt, with helpful information on getting the right accommodation, travel tips, eating and drinking haunts, plus much more, and doing it all on a budget. I have also covered my experiences on visa runs, t read more ...
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3.99 €
Secrets of the Thais from Phra Attit Road to Sukhumvit
Secrets of the Thais from Phra Attit Road to Sukhumvit Like the first work [Siam Smile/s], this book intends to point out how amusing humans are, especially when one is in a different country, as all the awkward and untoward things stick out like el read more ...
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4.99 €
Secrets of the Thais from Phra Attit Road to Sukhumvit
Secrets of the Thais from Phra Attit Road to Sukhumvit Like the first work [Siam Smile/s], this book intends to point out how amusing humans are, especially when one is in a different country, as all the awkward and untoward things stick out like el read more ...
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4.99 €
This book describes a nine month journey through India and Nepal, focusing on the interesting and often arresting characters encountered along the way. The book is unusual as it is written from a female point of view. The narrator is an inexperienced 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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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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Southeast Asia looks different to a farang than it does to a native. Here are seven stories picturing some of the things that one farang saw. A retired American takes a young Thai wife and gets more than he bargained for. A young Thai woman lets her read more ...
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Jack Poet has written a legendary diary detailing the bawdy side of the Philippines and Thailand as he experienced them in the summer of 2011. His alter ego, Lucky J, is one part Huckleberry Finn and one part Hunter S. Thompson: A wayward soul, spinn read more ...
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In war-torn Indochina, a mercenary pilot lives to fly. A dramatic picture of a season in hell, where people are both victims and witnesses of catastrophic events. A mal de vivre that no one and nothing could heal. Maurizio Pianaro is a writer who wa read more ...
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There have been hundreds of books about the girls who ply the oldest trade in the world around the bars and night-spots of Thailand and it is certainly arguable that yet another volume on the subject would be excess to requirements. However, up unti read more ...
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4.99 €
3,800 Miles on a Pack Saddle in Yezo and the Cruise to the K
Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1865 – 26 December 1924) was an English painter, explorer, writer and anthropologist, born in Florence. Landor then went to Vancouver where, aged 27 in 1889, he embarked for Yokohama, Japan. In the course of this visit read more ...
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1.99 €
Part 3
The Ups and Downs part three continues on from where the story finished up, with the main character pondering over his future. How can anyone feel secure about living in a foreign country when visas have to be renewed on a yearly basis? Also he i read more ...
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Part 2
The story continues where it left off with the main character’s visit to the hospital. In this book the reader becomes the Judge and Jury over Pete and Mollies affairs. Jealousy remains a serious problem throughout and the Step-Son lands himself in d read more ...
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4.99 €
Part 1
You put all your trust into a so-called friend but the lies they tell can lead to a bitter end. What is bigger in you, your ego or your mind when your heart is broken by every love you find? We all have a dream, but can your dream become real or will read more ...
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