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When you are planning to go travelling, you may have tick-lists as long as your arm, or not have a clue where to start. The Traveller's Pocket Bible is perfect for the enthusiastic traveller, and provides everything you could possibly need to know, to save you time routing through the internet or out-of-date travel books. The information includes advice on packing, culture, customs and etiquette, how to minimise your impact, health and security, money, travelling with children, and even taking your pet with you. There is a quick guide to the top 20 destinations, giving an overview of the countries widely travelled to. Practical information that you will need to access quickly, such as timelines, conversions, electricity usage, emergency phrase books and telephone numbers are provided in this pocket-sized guide. This beautiful hardback edition has both dust-cover and gold embossing on the spine making it the perfect gift. Every Pocket Bible is lovingly crafted to give you a unique mix of useful references, handy tips and fascinating trivia that will enlighten and entertain you at every page.
There is a Pocket Bible for everyone... Other titles in the series: The Outdoor Pocket Bible, The Railway Pocket Bible, The Dog Lover's Pocket Bible, The Golf Pocket Bible and The Camping Pocket Bible.
The Long Road to Heaven, the annual pilgrimage to the Galician city of Santiago de Compostela has taken place for over 1,000 years. First published in 1974 and now reissued with a new preface, this classic account of a stirring journey provides an amalgam of history, geography, religion, and archaeology. Illustrations. Photos. Maps.
Cara is a 27 year old self-made millionaire who does not have time for love. Sex yes, but love, definitely not. “Love is for the weak and the faint hearted. I have no time for such nonsense.” The once firm tectonic plates of Cara’s world begin to shift the moment she checks into a health retreat her mother booked them into. Cara’s access to the outside world is confiscated for the duration of her stay in an effort to help calm her inner self as she learns to breathe again, but what’s worse is there is not one drop of caffeine or alcohol on the premises either. She truly is living in hell. Having hit rock bottom things start to look up the moment Cara lays eyes on Ethan, the unbelievable hot tour guide who drives her body, sexually fueled imagination and thrumming libido to Vixen Falls. Could the ancient mystical powers of the Falls be what’s causing her to lust after Ethan? Or could it be love?
The first biography of the influential musician and forebear of the indie-rock scene Alex Chilton’s story is rags to riches in reverse, beginning with teenage rock stardom and heading downward. Following stints leading 60s sensation the Box Tops (“The Letter”) and pioneering 70s popsters Big Star (“the ultimate American pop band”—Time), Chilton became a dishwasher. Yet he rose again in the 80s as a solo artist, producer, and trendsetter, coinventing the indie-rock genre. By the 90s, acolytes from R.E.M. to Jeff Buckley embodied Chilton’s legacy, ushering him back to the spotlight before his untimely death in 2010. In the career-spanning and revelatory A Man Called Destruction, longtime Chilton acquaintance Holly George-Warren has interviewed more than 100 bandmates, friends, and family members to flesh out a man who presided over—and influenced—four decades of American musical history, rendered here with new perspective through the adventures of a true iconoclast.
Seventeen-year-old Katherine Dennard will risk the freedom she fought so hard to gain to rescue the man she loves, even if it means making an unthinkable deal with Saul, a high-ranking military officer determined to capture her and destroy all Natural-Born rebels. But the arrangement may forever strip her of the quiet life she desires with Micah and her newborn son and thrust her back into the dangerous world of The Institute — where only perfect, genetically-modified babies are allowed to survive. Natural-Born rebel, Micah Pennington, will die in prison before he gives up information that would put Kate and her child in danger or reveal the secrets of the Hidden City. And if by some miracle he does escape, he must find a way to obliterate The Institute and their genetic engineering practices once and for all. Saul Goodman fosters trust with the rebels in order to infiltrate their society, reveal intel, and devise a way to eliminate them. Kate holds the key to the downfall of The Institute, and Saul will use her baby against her, stopping at nothing to protect The Institute’s future. Will Kate choose to save Micah even if it means placing the life of her baby in Saul’s hands?