by Wander Stories
Welcome to the WanderStoriesâ?¢ guide to Chinese holidays and festivals. We will tell about the Chinese New Year/Spring Festival, the Spring Dragon Festival, the Double Third Festival, the Tomb Sweeping Festival, the Dragon Boat Festival, the Qixi Festival, the Hungry Ghost Festival, the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Double Ninth Festival, the Water Lantern Festival, and the Dongzhi Festival.
We, at WanderStoriesâ?¢, are storytellers. We don’t tell you where to eat or sleep, we don’t intend to replace a typical travel reference guide. Our mission is to be the best local guide that you would wish to have by your side when visiting the sights. So, we meet you at the sight and take you on a tour.
WanderStoriesâ?¢ travel guides are unique because our storytelling style puts you alongside the best local guide who tells you fascinating stories and unusual facts recreating the passion and sacrifice that forged the beauty of these places right here in front of you, while a wealth of high quality photos, historic pictures, and illustrations brings your tour vividly to life.
– when you visit China with this travel guide you will have the best local guide at your fingertips
– when you read this travel guide in the comfort of your armchair you will feel as if you are actually visiting China with the best local guide
Your guide, WanderStories
by John Washington
This book can be helpful for you because you can learn how to start RV living. Some people think that only young people can get the advantages of RV living. Keep it in mind that every person can enjoy freedom with proper planning and preparation. This book proves helpful to expand your horizon for everyone who is on the edge of making a decision. In this book, you will find tips and tricks to enrich your current life with adventure and freedom. This unique lifestyle gives you freedom from lots of expense and tensions of your life. You can live in different corners of this world with the help of your RV vehicle.
In this book, you will find practical guidelines to start this lifestyle. In this book, you will learn lots of things, such as:
- Why Successful Motor Living Depends On Right Selection of RV
- Preparation Steps for RV living
- Safety and Legal Concerns for RV Living
- Budgeting and Planning for RV Living
- Some Tips for Successful RV Living
This guide can be the initial phase for you, so get ready to take a leap today. You will live a free life with low overhead on open roads and enjoy a good lifestyle. Read this book to educate yourself about RV living. This lifestyle is becoming most popular these days, and it can be a smart choice for you. In this guide, you can learn about motorhome. Read this book, make up your mind and select a perfect RV to start this lifestyle.
Download your copy today instead of wasting your time. You are just one step away from RV living because after reading this book, you will learn about important things required to start this lifestyle. Go up and purchase your copy today to make your life stress-free and full of adventures.
by Edita Ciglenecki
Questo dizionario contiene piÃ¹ di 3000 termini medici da italiano a inglese, francese, spagnolo e croato ed Ã¨ stato concepito come un manuale compatto di facile comprensione di terminologia medica dall’orientamento nel tempo e spazio; gli accidenti, catastrofi e angoscia; parti del corpo umano; i sintomi, ferite e malattie; farmacia; istituzioni, procedure e cure di medicina ed esami medici, alla gravidanza ed ostetricia.
The audience for this dictionary from English to French, Spanish, Italian and Croatian, includes medical professionals working in multilingual environments; global health professionals in tourist areas; professionals in public health, humanitarian medicine, emergency disaster management, rescue teams and above all, frequent travelers disposed to any kind of danger or health risk and therefore in the need of medical assistance while in some foreign speaking country.
In emergency situations even small misunderstandings can lead to the loss of valuable time and consequently lives, therefore this dictionary is created in very practical time-saving and easy-to-understand way for both medical professionals and their patients.
Instead of one classical A to Z alphabetical order, it consists of several topics where terms regarding each topic are organized alphabetically. The topics start from very basic subjects of numbers and orientation and proceed with terminology concerning accidents and disasters, parts of the human body, injuries, symptoms and diseases, pharmacy, medical facilities, medical procedures, diagnostics, pregnancy and obstetrics.
by Pauline Schmitt
Vom Baumhotel zum KletterwaldÂ von Pauline Schmitt
Erlebnis Wald: Ein Erlebnisguide vom Baumhaus bis zum Kletterwald.
ErfÃ¼llen Sie sich Ihren Kindheitstraum und Ã¼bernachten Sie in einem Baumhaus-Hotel. Schlafen Sie in Baumkronen und machen Sie einen Kindheitstraum wahr.
Lassen Sie sich inspirieren, finden Sie Ihr ganz persÃ¶nlichesÂ Baumhaus-Hotel in Deutschland, Ã?sterreich, in der Schweiz. In Brasilien, Frankreich, Indien, Italien, Kanada, Laos, Marokko,Â Hawaii,Â Peru, Puerto Rico, SÃ¼dafrika, Thailand, Tschechien, TÃ¼rkei, Vereinigtes KÃ¶nigreich, Vereinigte Staaten. Am Amazonas, Dschungel, Himalaya oder im Regenwald.
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by Matt Brown
A Comprehensive Guide to RV Living Full-time
You only get to live once. One life meant for a multitude of adventures, memories, experiences, and captured moments. One life to see the world for what it is, the beauty that it holds, and the simplicity it brings.
Today, many of us live for the next best thing. We live in a fast-paced, stressful, and materialistic society. A society that demands more from us than it offers us in return. In the hustle and bustle of modern-day life, days go by, culminating in a lifetime of occasional adventures but many stressors.
RV living provides a break from instant gratification, career pursuit, and fast-paced performance. With the decision to venture into full-time RVing comes a variety of precious moments, memories, experiences, and simplicity. Life becomes true to its original purpose – living in the now. Life becomes simpler. Instead of keeping up with the Joneses, you are allowed to set the pace of your own life and get in touch with what really matters – living, experiencing, and community.
Within this book are the basics of living full time in an RV. This book contains everything you need to know, from the benefits of RVing to working while travelling, choosing an RV, maintaining an RV and much more.
Within this book’s pages, you’ll find the answers to these questions and more. Just some of the questions and topics covered include
- RV Living – Is It for You?
- Buying an RV
- Getting ready for the RV Life
- RV Living and Money
- Maintaining your RV and the dreaded task of dumping
- RV resources
- Much more!
In that moment when you step into the unknown, you step into a new adventure, new experiences, and new levels of freedom. RVing is all about letting go of the unnecessary in order to embrace the core of who you are and how you define your life.
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by Laurence Sterne
A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy is a novel by the Irish-born English author Laurence Sterne, written and first published in 1768, as Sterne was facing death. In 1765 Laurence Sterne travelled through France and Italy as far south as Naples, and after returning determined to describe his travels from a sentimental point of view. The novel can be seen as an epilogue to the possibly unfinished work The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, and also as an answer to Tobias Smollett’s decidedly unsentimental Travels through France and Italy. (Sterne met Smollett during his travels in Europe, and strongly objected to his spleen, acerbity and quarrelsomeness. He modeled the character of Smelfungus on him.)
The novel was extremely popular and influential and helped establish travel writing as the dominant genre of the second half of the 18th century. Unlike prior travel accounts which stressed classical learning and objective non-personal points of view, A Sentimental Journey emphasized the subjective discussions of personal taste and sentiments, of manners and morals over classical learning. Throughout the 1770s women travel writers began publishing significant numbers of sentimental travel accounts. Sentiment also became a favorite style among those expressing non-mainstream views including political radicalism.
The narrator is the Reverend Mr. Yorick, who is slyly represented to guileless readers as Sterne’s barely disguised alter ego. The book recounts his various adventures, usually of the amorous type, in a series of self-contained episodes. The book is less eccentric and more elegant in style than Tristram Shandy and was better received by contemporary critics. It was published on February 27, and on March 18 Sterne died.
by Tetsuya Kitahata
Photo Books – Kids and Angels in South East Asia – Beautiful Girls, Women and Kawaii Kids in Myanmar (Burma).
* Bago (Pegu)
* Thanbyuzayat (Thai-Burmese Railway starts from here)
* Myawaddy (Border of Myanmar and Thailand)
Photo by Tetsuya Kitahata.
by Richard Brownsdon
Do you want to know where you can swim with enormous fish in crystal clear hidden rivers, without harming the ecosystem? Or how you can safely visit the inner city favelas, and help support the people that live there at the same time? Perhaps you’d like to stay at the most beautiful hotels and guesthouses, while knowing that your choice is benefiting the local community and environment?
Welcome to a new type of travel guide. A guide told in stories. Through it, you’ll discover how you can have the adventure of your lifetime. And if you are not traveling right now, don’t worry. The adventures and stories will entertain and encourage you to get planning and start packing!
In this book you will hear from some of the most inspiring people that live in Brazil, and what it took for them to bring their dreams to life, for you, and for their country. You’ll read about the secret places that not even a local would know. You’ll find stories of eco-tourism and social entrepreneurship from all five regions of this vast country. This book will leave you with the inspiration, tools, and resources to make your journey like no other you have ever experienced.
Your author, Richard Brownsdon, is an international award winning travel writer, blogger, and successful entrepreneur. He has travelled to more than 50 countries, runs his company on the move, and loves to share what he learns with his readers.
He writes about ecotourism, responsible travel,Â entrepreneurship, and social enterprise around the world. His work has been translated into several languages, and seen in major travel and international publications, including The Guardian.
by David Spencer Luton
Com indica el tÃtol, aquest llibre estÃ destinat a ser una introducciÃ³ elemental a la llengua portuguesa per a principiants. ContÃ© frases Ãºtils de la vida diÃ ria, vocabulari important i gramÃ tica bÃ sica. No contÃ© exercicis, informaciÃ³ turÃstica o arxius d’Ã udio. Veig alguna cosa difÃcil explicar la pronunciaciÃ³ del portuguÃ¨s sense arxius d’Ã udio; per aixÃ², us recomano buscar informaciÃ³ sobre la pronunciaciÃ³ en Internet, o encara millor, amb un parlant natiu de parla portuguesa.
O verbo ter (tenir)
O verbo precisar (necessitar)
Os artigos definidos e indefinidos
Na sala de aula (a l’aula)
A gente (la gent)
Os cumprimentos (les salutacions)
As despedidas (comiats)
Palavras e frases Ãºteis
As apresentaÃ§Ãµes (les presentacions)
Amigos e famÃlia (amics i familia)
O verbo ser
As profissÃµes (professions)
Os paÃses (els paÃ¯sos)
As lÃnguas do mundo (els idiomes del mÃ³n)
As cidades (les ciutats)
Falar da idade (parlar de l’edat)
Descrever a gente (descriure la gent)
Com Ã©s ell?
les formes dels adjectius
els cabells i ulls
A roupa (la roba)
el verb usar
camises, samarretes, etc.
per al cap, al coll i a la cintura
per a la pluja i abrigar-te
per a guardar diners
per als ulls
joieria, metalls i teles
As cores (els colors)
Dias, meses e datas (dies, mesos i dates)
Falar da hora (parlar de l’hora)
As atividades (les activitats)
el verb gostar
O verbo ir (anar) e os lugares
el verb ir
els mitjans de transport
Pedir direÃ§Ãµes (demanar adreces)
Em casa (a casa)
Falar do tempo (parlar del temps)
Os animais (els animals)
A natureza (la naturalesa)
O corpo humano (el cos humÃ )
Comidas e bebidas (aliments i begudes)
dinar, sopar, berenar
a la taula
As formas verbais (les formes verbals)
O presente (el present)
els verbs regulars -ar
els verbs regulars -er
els verbs regulars -ir
O pretÃ©rito (el pretÃ¨rit)
els verbs regulars -ar
els verbs regulars -er
els verbs regulars -ir
O imperfeito (l’imperfecte)
els verbs regulars -ar
els verbs regulars â??er/â??ir
O presente perfeito (el present perfecte)
O passado perfeito (el passat perfecte)
O futuro (el futur)
O condicional (el condicional)
Os verbos irregulares (els verbs irregulars)
by Chelsea Suru
“Tokyo Wakuwaku” tells you about the fantastic and famous places in the Tokyo area that are overlooked and not so well known for tourists visiting Japan.
At the end of this book,there are communication cards to help you talk with Japanese people during your adventure.
We wish you a great trip during your travels in Tokyo.
Touring China – Do The Unusual is not your typical travel advice or guideline for touring China, and yet it is in a very different and important way. With my Chinese wife, I was able to visit, tour, teach and aid other persons with immigration issues while residing in China for several years. The result of that experience is a compilation of thoughts and suggestions to assist you in your tour throughout China.
This book does not sponsor any particular favorite tourist sites or recommend any hotels or restaurants. As much as it is possible, a better insight into China can be obtained by avoiding tour trips and cruise ships, but in many other ways, these touring companies can be beneficial.
This book is a guide to help you prepare for strange or unusual situations, avoid the usual tourist mistakes and help you enjoy a different culture – safely.
Presented are certain ideas to expand your enjoyment, eating carefully – almost anywhere – or items that may be more relevant than most tourist ever consider. This book will guide you through ways to be safer, travel by different means and save you a lot of money and even help you find items of better quality if your budget is geared to search out valued items.
Various topics include medical IV drips (should you become ill), banks, finding food you are accustomed to eating as well as eating on the streets. Live the life of a king or queen by taking in a bath house, tea plantation, Cigarette Theme Park, Beer Festival, gifts you should not give to a Chinese person and souvenirs that will be meaningful to you, and you friends; when you return home.
Subjects will be addressed that tour companies and cruise lines prefer to avoid as they do not want to scare you away from the beauty of China. Nor do I, but I am very interested in leading you toward simple, yet beautiful things that are not known about China unless you have lived there for several years. Also included are observations that the Chinese government will deny, but you are there to enjoy yourself and come home with beautifully designed pieces of calligraphy, jade or a kite.
But follow safety precautions.
Enjoy your trip.
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