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OKINAWA BLUE PLUS (HOLOPONO STYLE AND GALLERY) (Japanese Edition) by EIICHI SATO (HOLOPONO STYLE AND GALLERY) Price verified 2 hours ago

???????????BLUE?????????? This photograph collection was taken of the blue world of Okinawa Island. Okinawa Island is roughly 400 mi (640 km) south of the rest of Japan. It is the largest of the Okinawa Islands and the Ryukyu (Nansei) Islands of Japan. The island is approximately 70 miles (110 km) long and an average 7 miles (11 km) wide. Enjoy the blue world of Okinawa Island!! ?BLUE ?????????????OKINAWA BLUE? ????English?????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 40 Pages (5,752 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 17th, 2019

Cheap Japan: How to Travel This Expensive Country on a Tight Budget by Alex J. Weber 3.7 Stars (6 Reviews)    Price verified 25 minutes ago

Japan is known to be an expensive destination for those on a travel budget. Learn how to backpack this country cheaply and efficiently. This short booklet of practical tips includes how to get cheap plane tickets, where to save on transit, and where to buy food to get you by on your frugal Japan adventure.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 62 Pages (434 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 17th, 2019

Over the Mountains - not over the Hill: An older Woman treks the Himalayas by Elisabeth Puruto 4.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Over the Mountains - not over the Hill is a story about a woman in her fifties trekking in the Himalayas with a group of much younger trekkers. It describes how she fulfilled a lifelong dream with this adventure. There was much danger, such as high altitude, avalanches, landslides and also exhaustion to overcome. She encountered people from different races and religions, she shared time with them in their houses. There was disappointment when the weather conditions prevented the last part of the trek to be completed but there was compensation, even in this, by experiencing another mode of travel. High up in the city of Leh she felt suddenly that she had been there before. The beauty of the landscape from deep green mountain sides in Kashmir to the bare rock in high altitude left a lasting impression on her life and shaped her perspective of the world.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 64 Pages (559 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 17th, 2019

Two Girls, Two Dogs and a Campervan: A California Road Trip Across Yosemite, Napa Valley and Big Sur by Bea Sharif 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 25 minutes ago

This debut book inspired by real life follows Mia and J, two struggling tech co-founders, as they hit the road with J's disabled and aging dogs for a California road trip. Narrated by Mia, an avid outdoorsy-type, the story follows these two very different women as they travel through Yosemite, Napa Valley and Big Sur. During the women's journey together, they not only experience a variety of entertaining and heart-warming ups and downs, they also have moments of self-discovery (and bonding with the dogs, too). You'll want to travel along with Mia on many more adventures as she shares her travel stories she gathered throughout the decades, starting with her most recent destinations and ending with tales from her teens. Future books in the series will chronicle Mia's travels throughout South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the US. Each book will jump back a decade, highlighting Mia's tales of travel, self-discovery and the relationships she builds with herself and others.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 162 Pages (729 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 17th, 2019

Paris for Dreamers: Whimsical Walks Through the City of Light's Delights by Katrina Lawrence (Paris for Dreamers) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 25 minutes ago

This is a wonderfully unique guidebook for all lovers of Paris, and travellers to the City of Light -- even those of the armchair variety. Following on from Paris Dreaming: What the City of Light Taught Me About Life, Love & Lipstick, author and journalist Katrina Lawrence returns to the subject of her favourite city, with Paris for Dreamers: Whimsical Walks Through the City of Light's Delights. As your virtual walking tour guide, Katrina will help you discover a Paris that sparkles all the more. Paris for Dreamers is a collection of 25 inspired strolls, which not only take you on particular Parisian paths, but also tell you singular stories about Paris, to enhance your appreciation of this beguiling city. Discover Paris's most fabulous architectural follies, and swoon at the city's most breathtaking views. Look at Paris through the Impressionists' eyes, and Montmartre in a new rose-tinted light. See the Louvre for the glamorous living palace it once was. Visit the Left Bank of the original bohemians, the Saint-Germain of the philosophers, and the Marais of sixteenth-century salon society. These whimsical walks unlock all sorts of portals into the past. Revel in a bubbly Belle Époque, party it up in Rococo Paris, or shop as they did in the nineteenth century. Imagine the city as the glamorous Gothic island town it once was. Further back in time still, find the remnants from Paris's Roman period. Expertly researched, and chatty in tone, this is a book that informs as much as entertains and inspires. With each walk, you'll collect all sorts of fascinating trivia, from the stories behind bridges and buildings, to the origins of the restaurant, the picnic, carousels, and much more. Along the way, you'll also meet some of history's most captivating people, such as the Marquise de Pompadour, Colette, Coco Chanel, Héloïse and Abélard, Audrey Hepburn, Ernest Hemingway, Marcel Proust and Voltaire. And literature's most colourful characters, too: Cinderella, Madame ...

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 277 Pages (4,870 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 17th, 2019

The Bikini Prophecy: A romantic misadventure about love, loss, laughter ... and an unexpected date with fate. (A Travel Memoir) by Matt Kyler 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 25 minutes ago

"This book may be the undiscovered gem of this summer. Brutally honest, funny, heartbreaking and gave me the greatest sense of wanderlust. I can't recommend it enough." -- Goodreads.com Review --::-- On the cusp of a premature mid-life crisis, an unfulfilled and relationship-weary Matt Kyler abandons his long-suffering partner in search of fame, fortune and guilt-free fornication. Incredibly, the universe rewards this idiocy with sex, money and a job on a hit TV show. But karma has bigger plans for the misguided Kyler and before long his perfect new life unravels disastrously. Desperate for direction, he seeks out a fortune teller. But instead of solace, he finds that the key to his happiness lies with two women -- one of whom he is told he must not hurt. But which woman? The beautiful co-worker he is convinced will lead him to a better future? Or the past love he is so determined to forget... but can't? Join Matt on a one-of-a-kind, romantic misadventure as he turns his back on 'success' and follows a mysterious prophecy of love to India; a place where he discovers a continent of contrasts, meets a cast of nut-jobs with dysfunctional lives that rival his own, and comes face-to-face with a devastating secret that threatens his own broken life. --::-- Written by possibly the most love-struck Aussie Alpha Male on the planet, this entertaining romp takes readers on a grey journey -- from light to dark -- to a place where 'happily ever afters' come with a price. Fans of the heartfelt bestselling memoirs of Tara Westover and Tiffany Jenkins, or the humorous books of Chelsea Handler and David Sedaris, will enjoy this hilarious, yet confronting, travel memoir about true love and finding 'The One'. WARNING: This book addresses sensitive adult topics that may be distressing to some readers. It also contains swearing and blasphemy. Please note: This edition is the complete, standalone 400+ page book not the 130 page sampler.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 443 Pages (7,405 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 17th, 2019

Poppies: Chasing the dream of building a house in France by Paul Burdett 5.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 25 minutes ago

This is the story of how we chased the dream of building a house in the south-west of France. It covers some ten years from first deciding to buy a plot of land, the planning phase, the impact of the financial crunch, and the story so far up to the current time of spring 2017. It includes the trials and tribulations to date and the current status. The story is illustrated by photos, drawings, and paintings, including some of the plentiful wildlife. Also included are favourite recipes using the wonderful ingredients of south-west France.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 203 Pages (8,059 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 17th, 2019

Breaking out of 1st Grade Kanji by Windra Swastika 4.0 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Japanese school children first learn hiragana and katakana, then from grades one to nine they are expected to learn 2,136, known as the jouyou kanji - characters required for the level of fluency necessary to read newspapers and literature in Japanese. In this book, 80 Kanji for elementary school grade are provided. Each Kanji is followed by the stroke order, On and kun reading (the on yomi or Chinese readings are in upper case while kun yomi or Japanese readings are in lower case), the pronunciation in Romaji, meaning in English. Useful compounds also listed for each Kanji and they are laid out in a readable and intuitive manner. Sample sentences with romaji reading and vocabulary are also provided to give better understanding of the context from each Kanji.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 109 Pages (1,424 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 16th, 2019
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