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The Changing Times Guide to American Literary London Laurence Peters
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Packed with numerous original photos of key locations and including clear and precise travel advice, this informative book is aimed at all travelers to London interested in the homes and lives of the many American writers from Benjamin Franklin to Paul Simon who have visited this great city. You may be astonished that almost all of the most famous American writers from the past two centuries have spent a significant part of their lives in London but this is no accident. The UK capital is where writers, since the time of Benjamin Franklin, could get published,find their audience and be recognized by their peers. They were also enriched by a city that was fast becoming the most populous ...
The Excursion to India Story Donald Graves
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This book contains a travelogue story of a trip to southern India that my wife and I took in November of 2017. It covers 10 days of travel adventure in the Hyderabad and Neillore areas.
The Full English Bull Garlington
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The Full English is the hilarious story of a father's failed attempt to take his family on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the United Kingdom, a disastrous trip ruined by his stratospheric expectations, his inner American, ennui fatigue, his wife's meddling in his perfect plans, Alabama, his children's massive indifference, the Doctor Who experience, ginger cookie based chemical warfare, mimes, sheep, The Beatles, a hermetically sealed bus full of the elderly, a militant librarian, and England's classic breakfast which consists almost entirely of canned beans.
The Longest Thirty Miles Timothy Collins
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Follow the story of one man's journey from personal obscurity, as he pushed through life's challenges to find himself on the other side of the darkness that confronted him for most of his life. Watch his quest unfold, to find true inner happiness and belonging through the camaraderie of riding motorcycles and the joy of exploring the world around him. Discover the people, places and events along his path that served to transform him into the man he was meant to be. All while learning to listen to his heart and finding the courage to pursue his dreams.
The Tanoshinde Times Colin Burns-Heffner
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Through the Main Gate MARY V. MARCHI
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ISBN: 9781948186780
The author, her husband, and two daughters lived in Saudi Arabia for three years: 1972-1975. She tells the story of their life in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia as an American expatriate family by recounting activities through a collection of letters written home. Their experiences were the same as many who lived in Dhahran during that period—learning to live in an ancient culture awakening to the modern world, home-brewing drinkable spirits, shopping and bargaining in the nearby towns, and traveling inside and outside of the Kingdom. Mary Marchi unfolds her family’s story from how they began their journey to an oil company camp in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia to their final trip outsi ...
TIC - This Is China Donald Graves
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This book is a look at life in China. Mostly it is based on experiences from living in Kunming City. There is an abundance of pictures to help portray life in China in that city.
Tiger Ray Ball, D.V.M.
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"Bandhavgarh. Kanha. Ranthambhore. Exotic names of faraway places, places of ancient fortresses and royal hunting grounds. Places a 14 year old boy reads about, studies about, and dreams about seeing. These are the historical strongholds of the Bengal tiger in central India. Home to ancient kingdoms, these havens for wildlife have become surrounded in an almost mythical aura and are strongholds for the remaining tigers in India. After 37 years, these are the places I am finally going to experience." Dr. Ray has been practicing zoo and wildlife medicine for over 25 years. His clinical experience has included both large and small zoological institutions as well as field work. Currently ...

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