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More Info Cycling North: from the French Mediterranean to the fjords of Norway by bicycle (Eurovelo Series Book 5)
by Steven Herrick

Award-winning author Steven Herrick journeys from Marseille on the French Mediterranean to the fjords of Norway on a bicycle - an epic 4,000 kilometre adventure through seven countries.
Accompanied by his wife, Cathie and their two hardy bicycles christened Bruce and Aiwa, this is an entertaining odyssey through the heart of Western Europe. The author cycles up mountains, along atmospheric back roads and through major cities, sampling the delights of French food, Belgian and German beer, Dutch and Danish hospitality and the awe-inspiring landscape of Norway.
'Cycling North' is a bicycle...
More Info On Foot Across France - Dunkerque To The Pyrenees
by Tim Salmon

Throughout the 1980s and 90s, Tim Salmon was the author of The Rough Guide to France,therenowned travel bible of French travel for the independent, savvy traveller. For 15 years, as he travelled the length and breadth of the country, the idea for his own, personal journey gradually took shape. It would be nothing to do with cathedrals and history and railway timetables but a subjective, intimate look at the country he had been married to and grown to love and know so well. It would be a slow journey on foot, but he couldn't decide on a route, until, one day, he came across an article about...
More Info The travel on the Trans-Siberian Railroad: from Vladivostok to Moscow (Japanese Edition)
by Shirakawa Seifu

More Info Please Wait in Line Backwards: Funny Signs and Sights From Around Japan
by Beth Matuska

From 8 years of living in Japan comes some of the funniest photos from around the country! Signs, sights, statues and animals, you can see the silly side of Japan. Get an inside view to a country rich in history and becoming more and more international every day. Please enjoy this alone or as a companion to my other two books about life in Japan. Thank you!
More Info Old Calabria
by Norman Douglas

At the time when southern Italy was an isolated and underdeveloped region, Douglas wrote this 1915 travel guide to bring the beauty that he found in Calabria to the reading public. Inspired by the landscape, unique cultural traditions, and proximity to history, he found even traveling on long mule trails to be an enjoyable part of the journey rather than an inconvenience.

Written in a chatty, conversational tone, Old Calabria will be of interest to armchair travelers and to anyone who enjoys stories of everyday adventure.

British writer NORMAN DOUGLAS (1868-1952) wrote a number of books,...
by Jen Beck Seymour

Fed up with the “more, more, more” mentality of North America, Jen and her husband Greg make the unusual choice of quitting their jobs in their early 40’s, selling everything, and moving to Costa Rica with just 9 suitcases.

Find out what made them consider this in the first place, how they did it, and why they have no regrets!

Bonus chapters include Jen’s special recipe for making bite-sized éclairs and a packing list for YOUR move to Costa Rica!
More Info Mistress at Midnight (Island Moonlight Collection ~ Hawaii Book 3)
by Lelani Black

She loves the way he lies...

Michaelis Stefanidis
The Greek magnate is hot and single, but not for long. His bachelor days are numbered when a stranger dumps a baby and a boatload of complications at his feet. Now he's forced to give his adored mistress the boot to marry a woman who's a bit of a kook, and play papa to a baby he's never met. Someone has to pay.

College graduate, Viviana Shaw, struggles to make ends meet while grieving her sister's death and caring for the infant she left behind -- a cranky baby boy. Hell-bent on making the father of her nephew take full responsibility for his...
More Info A Road Trip: Switzerland and Germany
by Vien R. Guenther

Vien loves going on a road trips with her husband Hermann, mostly here in America. But this time they decided to do a road trip abroad, most particularly in Europe. They started in Switzerland, passing by Austria to Germany and then back to Switzerland. Vien and Hermann explored not only the popular historic sites but also out of the way places where few tourist go. They tasted the local food, hiked in the Alps and experienced a car mishap. This book will take you on their three week journey and you will learn about history, the food, the medieval towns, churches and castles as you follow...
More Info Where the Pavement Ends: One Woman's Bicycle Trip Through Mongolia, China & Vietnam
by Erika Warmbrunn

"In the middle of the night I crawled out of my tent into a silvery vastness truly unchanged since Genghis Khan and his hordes loped west more than half a millennium ago. There was no glow of city lights on the horizon, no ranger station at the edge of the next valley, no quaint general store, no paved road. There was nothing but space, unbounded and untamed. A brilliant moon lit the blackness crystal clear. Moonshadows of every blade of grass danced silently in the wildness. It was the emptiest, quietest place I had ever been. I threw my arms out wide and spun slowly around and around in...

Unfit and overweight at the age of 58 in 2002, Mary set off with her partner Warren to cycle round the world. They cycled for 2 years through 15 countries and 3 continents without backup or support, through areas not usually visited by tourists. Travelling through Europe, Asia and Australia with heavily-laden bicycles (including camping gear), they cycled 9000 miles before their trip was tragically cut short. From France to Turkey, India to Sri Lanka, Japan and Burma to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, from Thailand to Australia - all are described in detail and with humour. Their journey proved...