Books tagged: travel solo

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νομαδικόν: ημερολόγιο δρόμου
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Price: $7.60 USD. Words: 76,650. Language: Greek. Published: February 11, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Road travel
Η ιστορία κάποιου που άφησε την πόλη, την καριέρα και τους αγαπημένους του, για ν’ αναζητήσει τη ζωή. Η καταγραφή του οδοιπορικού του από τα μονοπάτια των Ιμαλαΐων ως τις ζούγκλες της Καρνάτακα. Το χρονικό της γνωριμίας ενός “homo urbanus” με την κουλτούρα του δρόμου και των ταξιδευτών· με την πνευματικότητα της Ανατολής· με τη νηφάλια παρατήρηση.
Talking with Strangers
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Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 92,270. Language: English. Published: February 6, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Essays & Travelogues
Why would a woman travel on her own through the Middle East? With an interest in alternate travel and ancient history, she ignores pulped opinion and terrorist hype and goes to find the truth. This book is a journey from Athens to Cairo on local transport; through towns, markets and ancient ruins. It confronts trusted opinions and demands a greater respect for all people.
WWOOFers’ Handbook: A Down-to-Earth Guide Book for Volunteering
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Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 65,210. Language: English. Published: May 30, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Travel - Reference
The "How To" for WWOOFers: seriously practical advice for anyone wanting to achieve goals (seeing the world, extending visas, learning a language, living with the locals) by exchanging their labour for food and lodging. "WWOOFers' Handbook" teaches you the shortcuts and alerts you to pitfalls, with good advice on how to avoid them.
Bombs and Butterflies: Over the Hill in Laos
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Price: $1.70 USD. Words: 32,260. Language: English. Published: June 7, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Trip Journals
Jo Carroll knew too little about Laos when she stepped off the long boat in Huay Xai. Did you know that Laos is the most bombed country in the world? She didn't. Yet the sight of a flock of butterflies, rising again and again to flutter at sunset, reflect the courage of Laos and her people as they pick themselves up and dares to share their secrets.