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Making a Life in Thailand
A perceptive insight of expat life in Thailand, with a pleasing blend of humour and shrewd comment. Read stories that shed light on a place that millions of tourists every year find fascinating, puzzling, and infuriating. read more ...
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5.99 €
Seized, Stung and Stripped in Thailand
Teachers College didn’t prepare him for this! Stung by a scorpion, coerced into singing an 80’s Karaoke love duet with his tearful boss - twice, performing military drills under the guise of teacher development and living in a desolate, eerie hou read more ...
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5.99 €
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go on holiday and never go back? Alex and his wife Chrissy decided that if they were going to change their lives they had better do it before their 2 small children got too old and too settled. They read more ...
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5.99 €
Awe and wonder in Burma on the road to Mandalay
Burma (or Myanmar as it is now called) is in the news for all the wrong reasons. It has been ruled for many years by a ruthless, repressive junta, it suffers regular earthquakes and the cyclone of May 2008 left more than a hundred thousand people inj read more ...
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5.99 €
Bangkok, Singapore, Jakarta, Shanghai, Pattaya
Bangkok, Singapore, Jakarta, Shanghai, Pattaya Crazy Horse returns to Asia with his follow up to A Year in the ‘Kok. “Every dissatisfied man in a western country should read this book.” “Funny and empowering. Reminds me why I moved to Thaila read more ...
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5.49 €
Historical Markers Series 19
Historical Marker Series Volume 19. This book shows you the HISTORICAL MARKERS in the state of NEVADA. In this edition you will find a total of 369 historical markers. Each marker is described with its location, GPS coordinates, and the exact inscr read more ...
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5.49 €
Starting a new life in Andalucía
Bob and Diane have made the life-changing decision to retire, leave England and live in Roquetas de Mar – a coastal town in Spain. Lazing on the beach is not their main preoccupation, however. They want to explore the countryside of their adopted read more ...
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5.00 €
Packing tips
Whether it’s for work or for leisure, we all need (love) to travel at some point. And one of the things that require utmost planning and attention is packing your bags in such a way as to avoid hassles on your trip. Fortunately, Micron Associates Tra read more ...
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5.00 €
Craig Lock is an extensive world traveller and failed professional emigrater who has spent most of his life’s savings on airfares. He is still ‘sliding down the razor blade of life’, stuck on a deserted (other than a few brilliant rugby players) isla read more ...
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5.00 €
Craig Lock’s humorous travel book about his adventures in ..
Craig Lock’s humorous travel book about his adventures in provincial New Zealand… One man and his family – and their experiences “Down Under”. A new immigrant’s impressions of life in provincial New Zealand (after coming from a large city in South 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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4.99 €
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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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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 €
Travel Adventures in Post Earthquake Japan
The day before Paul Broadhead was due to travel to Japan for the first time, an earthquake and tsunami rocked the North East coast of the country, killing thousands and leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Undeterred, he flew out for a three w read more ...
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4.99 €
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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4.99 €
Unexpected Danger I was walking around at work and deliberating the day’s activities that were ahead of me, when my mobile phone rang. It was my wife calling who had dropped me off, not more than thirty minutes before. She was frantic and crying. read more ...
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4.99 €
“I entered the club to a blast of house music. A raised platform ran the length of the subterranean bar area. The three chrome poles spaced along its length gave freelance dancers an opportunity to recall their past days as professional pole swingers read more ...
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4.99 €
This is the first part of a reflective account of my experiences in Thailand over the past seventeen years. It is an account of someone who has journeyed two different paths; that of a professional diving instructor and, later, a whoremonger. It i read more ...
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4.99 €
Peter Jaggs has the unerring ability of being able to blunder into a good story wherever he travels in Asia. Whether perusing the bars and brothels of Pattaya and Angeles City, meeting up with an archaic spirit doctor in the wilds of the Isaan count read more ...
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4.99 €
This book provides a fascinating glimpse into rural Thailand forty years ago. It reflects the social and cultural old days in rural Thailand from the 1960s. read more ...
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4.99 €
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