Destinations Of A Lifetime 225 Of The Worlds Most Amazing Places

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Where To Go When

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Get your passport ready and your vacation planner out! This book contains over 100 destinations to choose from, brought to life through stunning photography. Maybe you want to know the finest place to go to in June, or you want to know the best time of year to witness a natural wonder, enjoy a festival or go on an action-adventure. This book will help you plan the ultimate experience. Each month of the year has a dedicated chapter, so you'll know the perfect travel destination for that time of year. Perhaps you're looking for a place to have a June honeymoon, a September wedding anniversary getaway or a March birthday adventure - there are over 100 destinations listed to spark your vacation dreams. Discover when to explore Costa Rica's rainforests, journey into the clouds in Nepal, sail between Croatia's cypress-clad islands or gaze at the saw-toothed crags of Canada's Rocky Mountains. Learn about just the right moment to see the cherry blossoms bloom in Japan, or the reindeer in Lapland. Maybe you want to know when you can visit the Hawaiian island of Kauai or the ruins of ancient Lycia all to yourself? Vibrant photographs bring these destinations a little bit closer to home, so you can imagine yourself there. There's a stimulating narrative describing the glorious locations and activities. This coffee table book has tips to help you plan your vacation with helpful information like the closest international airports, how to get around and the average temperature for the month. Just in case you can't make it that month, the book includes another month that is equally pleasant and worthwhile. Unforgettable trips for every month This book has everything you need to choose an exciting place to spend your vacation and the best possible time of year to go. You can find the perfect place to visit no matter when you want to travel, so you can create and collect special memories. This book makes a wonderful wedding gift, with many honeymoon ideas. Let us be your travel guide! - Holiday destinations, month by month. - Glorious photos to inspire you. - Helpful narrative to help you imagine being there yourself.

The Colour of Canada

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With the marking of Canada’s sesquicentennial, comes the opportunity to celebrate the visual magnificence of this great and varied land. Beginning in the Territories and the West, this visually rich and gorgeous book moves through the Prairies and on to Ontario and Quebec, completing the photographic tour in Eastern Canada. While many of the most well-known points of attraction are found in these pages—Niagara Falls, the CN Tower, Old Montreal, Dawson City, the Lions Gate Bridge—the photographers’ lens also catches a surreal cloud formation in Sault Ste. Marie, the haunting beauty of the Barren Lands in central Northwest Territories, an artist’s studio improbably perched on Fogo Island, the stillness of Head Lake in Algonquin Park, and the timelessness of Gastown in Vancouver. In total, it demonstrates how vast, varied, and often breathtaking Canada is, from St. John’s to Victoria. With text by Roy MacGregor, one of Canada’s most beloved and respected authors and journalists, and a carefully curated selection of glorious full-colour photographs from Canada’s premier photo archive, All Canada Photos, The Colour of Canada captures a diverse and extraordinary terrain, natural and man-made, that is the envy of the world.

Earth Frequency

Earth Frequency Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Melissa Alvarez
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Connect with Spiritual Energy in the Natural World Deepen your connection to the world around you, expand your consciousness, and grow spiritually by actively engaging with the earth's energy. This groundbreaking book presents the various forms of earth frequency and how working with this energy leads to amazing improvements in your happiness, self-confidence, and spirituality. Melissa Alvarez becomes your personal tour guide to 250 power places and sacred sites all over the world, from Antelope Canyon in Arizona to Mount Olympus in Greece. Earth Frequency lets you explore many unique and interesting locations that are overflowing with the positivity of the planet's energy. You'll also discover visualizations and exercises designed to increase your intuition and open you to the dynamic power of a place. Featuring nine maps and location keys for major geographical areas as well as detailed information on the earth's chakra system, this book will broaden your horizons and transform your nature-based practice.

Help Yourself Now

Help Yourself Now Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jan Yager
Editor: Simon and Schuster
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How to Find Help for Any Situation Although we live in the age of information and everyone is bombarded with potential sources of help, sifting through those possibilities can be a chore. This is where Help Yourself comes in! With this useful reference, author Jan Yager provides an overview of the various situations that most people have to navigate, from calling customer service or reporting a crime to finding credible and reliable information about a business, health, or legal concern. Each chapter includes a brief discussion of an issue, potential scenarios, and listings of relevant national and international organizations. Yager also instructs readers on researching state agencies, so they can contact appropriate organizations closer to home. Important topics of discussion include: Health insurance Personal finances Housing assistance Employment services Family planning K–12 education College selection and funding Small business development Legal services Crime victim resources Substance abuse Emergency preparedness And more

Adventure Tourism and Outdoor Activities Management

Adventure Tourism and Outdoor Activities Management Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ian Jenkins
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An resource for those wishing to understand the driving factors behind the operation of an adventure tourism company, this textbook offers guidance on how to deliver a profitable and sustainable product. The importance of changing markets, technology and corporate social responsibility, including environmental impacts and climate change, are discussed in the context of managing an adventure tourism firm. To remain profitable, companies must address these issues along with the important aspects of risk and safety. Key features include: - Case studies from successful professionals in the industry. - Consideration of the development of sustainable adventure tourism. - Guidance on managing products and customers."

Walks of a Lifetime

Walks of a Lifetime Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert Manning,Martha Manning
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Walk the World’s Greatest Trails To walk is to discover, from those first halting steps as a child to walking the world’s greatest long-distance trails. Experience breathtaking coastlines, mountain ranges, historic landscapes, wilderness areas, religious pilgrimages, great cities, and iconic rivers. Walk to learn more about our beautiful and curious world, to be healthy and happy, to add adventure and authenticity to life, and to learn something about yourself in the process. Walking is simple, but it can also be profound. Veteran outdoor enthusiasts Robert and Martha Manning invite readers to experience the joy of walking in Walks of a Lifetime. They offer firsthand descriptions of thirty of the world’s great long-distance trails and multiday walks, including personal anecdotes, natural and cultural history, practical tips, and full-color photographs and maps. Walks range from inn-to-inn routes to backpacking treks and are found across North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Pacific. Trail descriptions are accompanied by a series of short, engaging essays on the many dimensions of walking.

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Don Rubin,Carlos Solorzano
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This new in paperback edition of World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre covers the Americas, from Canada to Argentina, including the United States. Entries on twenty six countries are preceded by specialist introductions on Theatre in Post-Colonial Latin America, Theatres of North America, Puppet Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences, Music Theatre and Dance Theatre. The essays follow the series format, allowing for cross-referring across subjects, both within the volume and between volumes. Each country entry is written by specialists in the particular country and the volume has its own teams of regional editors, overseen by the main editorial team based at the University of York in Canada headed by Don Rubin. Each entry covers all aspects of theatre genres, practitioners, writers, critics and styles, with bibliographies, over 200 black & white photographs and a substantial index. This Encyclopedia is indispensable for anyone interested in the cultures of the Americas or in modern theatre. It is also an invaluable reference tool for students and scholars of a wide range of disciplines including history, performance studies, anthropology and cultural studies.

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Arthur Holmberg,Carlos Solorzano
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The second volume of the World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre covers the Americas, from Canada to Argentina, including the United States. Entries on twenty-six countries are preceded by specialist introductions on Theatre in Post-Colonial Latin America, Theatres of North America, Puppet Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences, Music Theatre and Dance Theatre. The essays follow the series format, allowing for cross-referring across subjects, both within the volume and between volumes. Each country entry is written by specialists in the particular country and the volume has its own teams of regional editors, overseen by the main editorial team based at the University of York in Canada headed by Don Rubin. Each entry covers all aspects of theatre genres, practitioners, writers, critics and styles, with bibliographies, over 200 black & white photographs and a substantial index. This is a unique volume in its own right; in conjunction with the other volumes in this series it forms a reference resource of unparalleled value.

Third Displacement

Third Displacement Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Hart
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The question, "Are we alone in the cosmos?" has been answered. We are not alone. Geologist-paleontologist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, SJ, stated, as early as the mid-1920s, that intelligent life likely exists elsewhere and distinguished scientists of today, including Harvard biologist, E. O. Wilson; Cambridge cosmologist, Stephen Hawking; astrophysicist and noted UAP researcher, Jacques Vallee; astronomer, Allen Hynek; and many others concur. The oral traditions of Native American elders teach that they have interacted periodically with Star People who are respected ancestors. Credible witness-participants today describe abductions by benevolent and malevolent Others. Discoveries by the Kepler, Hubble, and Gaia space telescopes, ground-based arrays of radio telescopes, and TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) suggest that in the Milky Way, twenty-five billion planets are in the life-friendly Goldilocks Zone. In Third Displacement: Cosmobiology, Cosmolocality, Cosmosocioecology, author John Hart links experiences with research in science-based and Spirit-focused books and articles--including narratives about close encounters with Visitors from elsewhere in space (ETI) or Others from other cosmos dimensions (IDI)--in examination of the claim that Intelligent ExoEarth life exists, that Otherkind has visited humankind.

Spectrum Grade 4

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Spectrum(R)Grade Specific for Grade 4 includes focused practice for reading, language arts, and math mastery. Skills include grammar and usage, parts of speech and sentence types, vocabulary acquisition and usage, multiplying and dividing, fractions and decimals, measurement conversions, classifying geometric figures, and preparing for algebra. Spectrum Grade Specific workbooks contain focused practice for language arts mastery. Each book also includes a writer's guide. Step-by-step instructions help children with planning, drafting, revising, proofreading, and sharing writing. The math activities build the skills that children need for math achievement and success. Children in grades 1 to 6 will find lessons and exercises that help them progress through increasingly difficult subject matter. Aligned to current state standards, Spectrum is your child’s path to language arts and math mastery.

King Herod: A Persecuted Persecutor

King Herod: A Persecuted Persecutor Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Aryeh Kasher
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19 Year Old World Traveler

19 Year Old World Traveler Pdf/ePub eBook Author: HowExpert,Briana Grenert
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What began as a wild idea turned into the adventure of a lifetime - this is the story of how I traveled around world at age 19, and who I met on the journey. Cult members and college students, chainsmokers and cameramen, this story recounts a slew of traveling adventures and misadventures. It’s about holding your cool while detained in airports, extreme and convoluted economizing, and getting lost at all hours of the night. It includes everything from hitchhiking at 5am to trying on a 1140 dollar dress on a dare. Gratitude and wonder are the hallmarks of my voyage, both for the opportunity to see and experience iconic sites (Louvre, Great Wall of China, Leaning Tower of Pisa) but also for the chance to meet so many wonderful people (and some strange ones, too). It’s being overwhelmed in the Vatican and petting kangaroos on Mount Fuji, but it’s also making friends on airplanes and being so engrossed in conversation that you don’t notice an entire night slip away. This 225-day adventure was the fruit of months of planning, years of working, and a lifetime of dreaming – and no amount of preparation could have helped me anticipate all the outlandish and lovely experiences that awaited me along the way. • A trip around the world in 225 days described in about 25,000 words. • This story spans three continents, beginning/ending in Philadelphia, PA and going through Hawaii, Japan, China, Vietnam, England, Whales, France, Italy, the Vatican, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Hungary. It includes places that were familiar to me (Hawaii, Japan) and places that were brand new and overwhelming (e.g. the Vatican). • Everywhere I went, I managed to be both awed and a little homesick – not just for my home, but for the places and people I had already left behind. • Some places I spent more time in than others, so some places get two chapters (France) while other countries share (e.g. Belgium, the Netherlands, and Hungary). • The book is a balance between funny stories/encounters, descriptions of people, and descriptions of the places I visited/sites I saw. It includes stories of both good things that happened as well as some set-backs (including a lot of time spent lost, friction in some relationships, mistakes I made…) • The narration is in the first person, in the past tense, and the stories are based on a combination of my travel-journal and my recollections. As such, the perspective is of me, 22 year-old Briana, looking back on the actions of my 19 year-old self. Rather than just being a summary of events, the benefit of 2 years separation allows for quite a bit of reflection about the lessons I learned along the way. About the Expert Briana Grenert was born and raised in Kailua, HI, where she currently resides in a house filled with Star Trek paraphernalia. She recently graduated from Bryn Mawr College where she double majored in Classical Studies and Linguistics, and minored in Neuroscience (because it turns out that being silly does not exclude people from being studious). Languages, alive and dead, are her passion and she’s studied everything from Syriac to Klingon. Currently she works as an instructor, teaching Art, French, Ancient Greek, and Christian History. When people are looking for her, they usually check her church, the library, or the beach. If she’s none of those places, she’s probably on a mountain somewhere (lost). She’s not sure what she wants to be when she grows up…maybe a pastor? Or a professor? Or a writer? But she’s not exactly sold on the entire concept of adulthood and might just put it off indefinitely. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.

Lung Cancer, An Issue of Clinics in Chest Medicine - E-Book

Lung Cancer, An Issue of Clinics in Chest Medicine - E-Book Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lynn T. Tanoue,Richard A. Matthay
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Lung Cancer, An Issue of Clinics in Chest Medicine - E-Book by Lynn T. Tanoue,Richard A. Matthay Summary

Carcinoma of the lung is one of the most prevalent and aggressive types of cancer, and rates of lung cancer are on the rise. This issue gives a comprehensive review of the most recent advances in Lung Cancer. Epidemiology, etiology, and prevention of lung cancer is first discussed, followed by articles on pre-invasive evaluation and management, screening, pathology and molecular biology. There is an article on the approach to the ground glass nodule. Of great importance is the revised staging classification of Lung Cancer, which is discussed here in detail. Articles on PET imaging, interventional pulmonary, and functional evaluation before Lung Resection are also included. The issue then focuses on advances in treatment for early stage lung cancer, high risk patients with early stage lung cancer, advances in the treatment of Advanced Stage Lung Cancer, Small Cell Lung Cancer, and gene therapy for lung neoplasms.

Beacon Lights of History, Volume 14- The New Era

Beacon Lights of History, Volume 14- The New Era Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Lord
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In preparing the new edition of Dr. Lord's great work, it has been thought desirable to do what the venerable author's death in 1894 did not permit him to accomplish, and add a volume summarizing certain broad aspects of achievement in the last fifty years. It were manifestly impossible to cover in any single volume--except in the dry, cyclopaedic style of chronicling multitudinous facts, so different from the vivid, personal method of Dr. Lord--all the growths of the wonderful period just closed. The only practicable way has been to follow our author's principle of portraying selected historic forces,--to take, as representative or typical of the various departments, certain great characters whose services have signalized them as "Beacon Lights" along the path of progress, and to secure adequate portrayal of these by men known to be competent for interesting exposition of the several themes.

101 Speed Tests for New Pattern SBI & IBPS Clerk Preliminary & Main Exams with 5 Practice Sets 3rd Edition

101 Speed Tests for New Pattern SBI & IBPS Clerk Preliminary & Main Exams with 5 Practice Sets 3rd Edition Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Disha Experts
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101 Speed Tests for New Pattern SBI & IBPS Clerk Preliminary & Main Exams with 5 Practice Sets 3rd Edition by Disha Experts Summary

101 Speed Tests for New Pattern SBI & IBPS Clerk Preliminary & Main Exams with 5 Practice Sets 3rd Edition is based on the concept of TRP – Test, Revise and Practice. It aims at improving your SPEED followed by STRIKE RATE which will eventually lead to improving your SCORE. The book has been updated with the addition of new tests on the latest variety of questions asked in the SBI/ IBPS Clerk exams. • The whole book divides the complete syllabus into 101 speed tests - 5 sections which are further distributed into 91 topics. Each section ends with a Section Test. • Each test is based on small topics which are most important for the SBI/ IBPS Clerk exam. Each test contains around 25-30 MCQs on the latest pattern of the exam. • Finally at the end 5 Practice Sets based on the latest pattern are provided so as to give the candidates the real feel of the final exam. • In all, the book contains 4000+ Highly Relevant MCQ’s in the form of 101 tests. • Solutions to each of the 101 tests are provided at the end of the book.

The Gernsback Days

The Gernsback Days Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mike Ashley,Michael Ashley,Robert A. W. Lowndes
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"In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in Hugo Gernsback, and the start of a serious study of the contribution he made to the development of science fiction. . . . It seemed to me that the time was due to reinvestigate the Gernsback era and dig into the facts surrounding the origins of Amazing Stories. I wanted to find out exactly why Hugo Gernsback had launched the magazine, what he was trying to achieve, and to consider what effects he had-good and bad. . . . Too many writers and editors from the Gernsback days have been unjustly neglected, or unfairly criticized. Now, I hope, Robert A. W. Lowndes and I have provided the grounds for a fair consideration of their efforts, and a true reconstruction of the development of science fiction. It's the closest to time travel you'll ever get. I hope you enjoy the trip."-Mike Ashley, Preface

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Irving Brown (Consulting Bibliographer),Natasha Rappaport (Bibliographer),Don Rubin (General Editor),Rosabel Wang (Consulting Bibliographer)
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World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre by Irving Brown (Consulting Bibliographer),Natasha Rappaport (Bibliographer),Don Rubin (General Editor),Rosabel Wang (Consulting Bibliographer) Summary

An annotated world theatre bibliography documenting significant theatre materials published world wide since 1945, plus an index to key names throughout the six volumes of the series.

Tips & Techniques in English for Competitive Exams 2nd Edition

Tips & Techniques in English for Competitive Exams 2nd Edition Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Disha Experts
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The second edition of Disha's Bestseller Tips & Techniques in English for all Competitive Exams is a Precise book designed to cater to every student appearing for competitive exams like SSC/ Banking/ Insurance/ Railways/ NDA/ CDS/ UPSC/ GATE/ B.Ed/ Hotel Management/ CLAT etc. The book has been divided into 2 parts - Grammar & Vocabulary, which are further divided into 24 chapters. Each chapter provides the tips, techniques and strategies to crack them. In short, it focuses on all those scientific yet student-friendly approaches to crack all variety of questions being asked these days. The practice exercises, solved papers and tests are given in the form of e-books. Having kept the whole coverage of the book in accordance with the development of grammar as well as the modern approaches to it, it is bound to act as a standard reference and preparation material for all the needs of aspirants of competitive exams.

Transforming Asian Cities

Transforming Asian Cities Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nihal Perera,Wing-Shing Tang
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While there is no lack of studies on Asian cities, the majority focus on financial districts, poverty, the slum, tradition, tourism, and pollution, and use the modern, affluent, and transforming Western city as the reference point. This vast Asian empirical presence is not complemented by a theoretical presence; academic discourses overlook common and basic urban processes, particularly the production of space, place, and identity by ordinary citizens. Switching the vantage point to Asian cities and citizens, Transforming Asian Cities draws attention to how Asians produce their contemporary urban practices, identities, and spaces as part of resisting, responding to, and avoiding larger global and national processes. Instead of viewing Asian cities in opposition to the Western city and using it as the norm, this book instead opts to provincialize mainstream and traditional knowledge. It argues that the vast terrain of ordinary actors and spaces which are currently left out should be reflected in academic debates and policy decisions, and the local thinking processes that constitute these spaces need to be acknowledged, enabled, and critiqued. The individual chapters illustrate that "global" spaces are more (trans)local, traditional environments are more modern, and Asian spaces are better defined than acknowledged. The aim is to develop room for understandings of Asian cities from Asian standpoints, especially acknowledging how Asians observe, interpret, understand, and create space in their cities.