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America, both North and Central Allannah Stone
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American Diary Oljan Repic
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When I told my neighbor and friend Marjan that I was going to America the next day, he answered: “Sure, with a finger on the map!” "No, really, by boat..." I replied, "...that will sail in a bathtub!" he insisted. But in 1962 we really did travel from Trieste to New York, on the historic Italian Line 24,500-ton Vulcania. Since in socialism trips abroad were severely restricted, among other ways by making it impossible to buy foreign currency, we had to borrow significant dollars and marks from my uncle, who was in diplomatic service at the time. Another limitation was that the whole family was not allowed to leave the country. Thus my mother and brother stayed home while my father and I ...
American Scenes. and Christian Slavery Ebenezer Davies
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This edition of American Scenes. and Christian Slavery A Recent Tour of Four Thousand Miles in the United States by Ebenezer Davies is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
An American in Acapulco: Dodging Raindrops and Bullets John Lyman
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After living in Acapulco for years, one morning in 2011 I got a phone call from someone, a drug cartel gang member perhaps, threatening to behead me if I didn't pay a ransom. Multiple murders and beheadings were happening regularly in town. Recently, a good friend of mine had been chased down the main strip, his body riddled with bullets as the violent confrontation came to an end, all within earshot of my apartment nearby. These things were all too real. In 2002 I moved to Acapulco, Mexico, a tropical beach town long past its prime, but still a kind of paradise. Corrupt cops educated me on the rules of the road, and I learned how to get things done by greasing palms with increasing q ...
An American in Acapulco: Dodging Raindrops and Bullets John R. Lyman
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After living in Acapulco for years, one morning in 2011 I got a phone call from someone, a drug cartel gang member perhaps, threatening to behead me if I didn't pay a ransom. Multiple murders and beheadings were happening regularly in town. Recently, a good friend of mine had been chased down the main strip, his body riddled with bullets as the violent confrontation came to an end, all within earshot of my apartment nearby. These things were all too real. In 2002 I moved to Acapulco, Mexico, a tropical beach town long past its prime, but still a kind of paradise. Corrupt cops educated me on the rules of the road, and I learned how to get things done by greasing palms with increasing q ...
An Architect's Journey from Ahmedabad to Toronto Rafique Islam
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Collection of recent travelogues about significant architectural landmarks. This volume contains travelogues about colonial mansions of Calcutta, Modern monuments from Ahmedabad, Oslo, Berlin, Toronto and Los Angeles. Each location with its unique backdrop of culture and history forms the basis of the visits.
An Architect's Journey from Bauhaus to Ecuador Rafique Islam
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Architect Rafique Islam has traveled across the globe from Iceland to Ecuador to see significant works of architecture. This travelogue describes the journey along the way.
An Extensive Question and Answer Book About Living Abroad with Rotary International for Teens Megan DePerro
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This book is for parents, teachers, and adolescent students who are mature and interested in spending a year living in another country. This book will put students' minds and parents' minds at ease by explaining why Rotary is one of the safest programs out there. The author, myself, was an exchange student through Rotary International. It is my sincere hope that this book encourages and inspires teenagers to live abroad, and go beyond their cultural comforts.
An Odd Bird's Flight Sheila Signer
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This memoir, written with and edited by Jacqueline Grace Hayward, is a bounty of stories told, in seven distinct sections, about the author’s life, from her birth in 1944 into a family with a raging father and troubled brothers, her lonely childhood, her search for freedom and friendship, the pain of dysfunctional love affairs, and the challenges and joys of her relationship with her husband. Along the way, she discovers her gift for writing and music. Two sections are devoted to the author’s travels: the diary entries that record her year living in Hawaii facing loneliness while attempting to succeed as a professional writer, and stories that share some of her favorite experiences from ...
Another Reality Mel Zabel
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One mans journal of the transition from a life being homeless to an RV life experiencing Slab City, the last free place in America. Filled with personal observations of life itself and the experience of owning an RV. Living completely off the grid and outside of the great social construct. A delightful short book with thought inspiring depth and insights. A great gift for the adventurous sole.

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