25 Secrets you would never find out about PHUKET
Welcome to the most Complete PHUKET Travel Guide for Tourists made by locals!
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?25 Unique activities to do when you are in town
?Best places to eat in town
?Best local Markets
?Top Sea Food Places
?Where to Volunteer
?Best things to do in Phuket
?Best islands to visit
? Much, much more!
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If you are heading to the wonderful island of Phuket anytime soon this book will give you an insight of the best places and most unique places to see where you will mingle with the locals and get to see and do the activities as one of them.
We have prepared a unique BUCKET LIST with the 25 most unique experiences you can have in PHUKET
Most people don't even take the time to prepare themselves in advance, and just wish for the best once they have arrived! Most people aren't aware of some of ...
FROM THE FOREWORD BY MILLIE STEVENTON
My Uncle Stan was a grumpy man when he began to write to me from Spain back in the year 2009 and he can't be said to have mellowed much with age. This book contains only his letters to me, as his old-school habit of always referring to my missives removes the need to include my supportive, and sometimes censorious, replies which possess little of the descriptive power and mostly unintentional humour of his own copious correspondence.
In a way I suppose that in the last few years I have been his only constant and empathic contact with the rest of humanity and this first volume is a testament to his fierce and unremitting determination to stay afloat in a world that has done its utmost to thwart his every desire. Uncle Stan is a little older and wiser now and, much to my surprise, was happy for me to edit and publish his unwitting literary achievement. Without further ado, I leave you with the complete, unabridged letters of Mr. Stanley Steventon, ...
Not all dead people realize that they have departed. Attached ghosts are often part of intelligent hauntings whose energy tend to hang around and lurk in areas where activity and history have paved their way, making a trail of events that occurred due to circumstances that were all too prevalent to simply shuffle away as done.
This is the story of a 5000km bicycle ride across China. A journey from the manic streets of the most populous nation's capital, all the way to Kashgar, near its most westerly edge in the province of Xinjiang. Over mountains, through deserts, and along the Silk Road; the author encounters wild dogs, furious sandstorms and too many pot noodles.
After moving to Beijing, Simon Clode went in search of the world's most popular bicycle - The Flying Pigeon PA-02. The PA-02 is the bicycle that features in millions of images of China in the 1970s and 80s. Yet, despite being the most produced model of bicycle ever and being made within 100 miles of Beijing, he couldn't find a new one anywhere.
Eventually, thanks to a man in Barcelona, he managed to find one of the last remaining models, which was still in the Flying Pigeon factory in Tianjin. Ignoring all advice about the unreliability and general awfulness of the bicycle from the management team, he then cycled it 140km home to Beijing in a ...
"Delhi has more layers of culture, civilization, history and built fabric than any other city in the world." - DDA Website
From Ancient marvels to the modern amenities and places that any metropolitan city should have; Delhi has it all. Being one of the most historic capitals in the world, it has a plethora of heritage sites to see among some Modern marvels.
It is the most tourist-friendly city in India, being visited by maximum number of foreign tourists every year. It offers services like the HOHO (Hop On Hop Off) tourist bus service, which is an air-conditioned bus-service visiting various popular tourist destinations in the city.
But apart from the regular tourist destinations, this book will try and unearth some 'unseen' parts of Delhi, seen through the eyes of a traveller calling this city home for more than 2 years.
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Mumbai, Agra, Kolkata, Goa, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and many other cities in India.
"Let me tell you a whale of a tale of two old codgers who liked to sail; one was named Jay, the other one Al. Between them they had 150 years of living and over 100 years of sailing."
So begins the tale of the Green Dragon, a true American blue-blooded gaff-rigged schooner on a peregrinate thousand-mile trip from Spruce Head, Maine, to Fells Point, Maryland and the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race. This is no typical summer cruise logbook.Armchair sailors will enjoy the sights and sounds of sailing and insights into local anchorages and good bread and pizza and lobster. The seasoned sailor will relish the local knowledge of unlit markers and blinding shorelights skillfully woven into a context of maritime history abounding with nautical terms and practical techniques for living with and loving old wooden boats.
**2015 Gold Digital Award winner from Independent Book Publishers of America** This is one of the best books available about life for both expat residents and natives in villages and cities across Mexico. What sets it apart from most other books about living in Mexico is that it's a literary collection of short stories and essays, full of insights by contemporary authors who write and live full time in Mexico or who have spent a lot of time living in the country. The superb collection contains twenty two works, all but five from authors who live full time in the country. Their writing spans a variety of topics; many contributions extol life in Mexico's abundant sunlight while others examine what the shadows sometimes obscure. It's a sampler of sorts, with active hyperlinks for more information about the authors and their other writing. The anthology contains complete chapters from books and also single pieces from internationally-acclaimed authors and emerging writers: Bruce Berger, ...
The Best Music Festivals in the world listed!
From the most mainstream ones to the best Underground and well kept secrets of music!
There's nothing in the world like a music festival. Seeing your favorite musicians surrounded by thousands of other true fans makes for an environment that can't be replicated anywhere else -- it's euphoric. As fans, we save up our money, we wait all year, and when the day, weekend, or week comes: we go all out. Painted cars, painted faces, crazy outfits, and crazier shenanigans.
To cut through the confusion I picked 25 fantastic festivals that you should attend at least once in your life.
From the most mainstream music festival with the biggest headliners to the most unique and ecofriendly festival worldwide with not a single famous artist we covered them all to select the best and most unique festivals you can ever attend.
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?Best Festivals in the world
?Dates for the Best Music ...
Smart, funny and bracing, this memoir hurls you into an unlikely journey. It reads like fiction, and it's packed with in-your-brain, in-your-heart stepping stones to a richer, larger life.
Marcus ushers you inside a semi-secret New Age group called The Work, where he serves as right-hand man to the charismatic leader. Outrageous, kinetic, pan-sexual, and brilliant Jan Cox based his teachings on the mystic, G.I.Gurdjieff. Habit-busting, revelatory "Tasks" couple with both meditation and crazy bacchanalia to facilitate mind expansion and ultimately, enlightenment. And the conflicted Cox spawns shock and consternation as well.
Marcus' story vivifies the tribal bonds, intellectual rigor and spiritual yearning that unite talented, ambitious people living productive lives. Artfully woven into the narrative are Marcus' imagined conversations with his wise Jewish immigrant grandfather, which anchor the story with sober counterpoint to the wild and overarching experiences in the ...