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Off The Tourist Trail 1 000 Unexpected Travel Alternatives

Author : DK
ISBN : 9780756668402
Genre : Travel
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Off the Tourist Trail is a guide to the world's unspoiled sights and experiences. It takes a hundred clichéd tourist destinations - everything from over-visited national parks to overrated museums - and reveal 1,000 fresh and fascinating alternative options. Written by a team of travel experts, and with a foreword by Bill Bryson, this book brings vibrant cities, enchanting sights, breathtaking natural wonders and unforgettable experiences to life with informative narrative and stunning photography. Choose your destination by theme - Ancient and Historical Sights, Festivals and Parties, Great Journeys, Architectural Marvels, Natural Wonders, Beaches, Sports and Activities, Art and Culture, and Cities - or simply flick through this sumptuous guide and be inspired. Practical advice on getting there and around, where to stay, where to eat and when to go, as well as useful 'Need to Know' facts, ensure that you get the most out of your time away. Less crowded, generally less expensive, and often more spectacular and rewarding, these lesser-known wonders of the world encourage readers to ditch the famous but well-worn choices, reminding them what real travel is all about - escaping the everyday and embracing the new. Vacations will never be the same again.
Category: Travel

Off The Tourist Trail

Author : Carol A. Wiley
ISBN : 1553631684
Genre : Historic sites
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For every well-known tourist hot spot, there are a handful of alternatives that are far less crowded, usually less expensive, and often more spectacular and rewarding.
Category: Historic sites

The Road Less Travelled

Author : DK Travel
ISBN : 9781405369695
Genre : Travel
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From alternatives to the Carnival in Rio and the beaches of Thailand to substitutes for the most visited national parks and over-rated restaurants; The Road Less Travelled will help you find less crowded, sometimes less expensive and often more spectacular and rewarding places to visit. Presenting 1,000 fascinating alternatives to hundreds of well-known tourist destinations and sights, this compact edition of the bestselling guide brings vibrant cities, enchanting sights, breathtaking natural wonders and unforgettable experiences to life. Written by a team of travel experts and with a foreword by Bill Bryson, The Road Less Travelled is divided by theme to help you find what you're looking for - Ancient and Historical Sights, Festivals and Parties, Great Journeys, Architectural Marvels, Natural Wonders, Beaches, Sports and Activities, Art and Culture, and Cities. And it's packed with informative narrative and stunning photography, plus practical advice on where to stay, where to eat, when to go and useful 'need to Know' facts to ensure that you get the most out of your time away. Escape the everyday and embrace the new with The Road Less Travelled.
Category: Travel

Bali Daze

Author : Cat Wheeler
ISBN : 1520379471
Genre :
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Beyond beaches and backpackers, spas and five star resorts is a Bali seldom revealed to the casual visitor. Bali Daze tips the reader off the tourist trail as long-term resident Cat Wheeler hurtles into the fascinating, complex and often bewildering adventure of putting down roots in Ubud.
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Ethiopia

Author : John Graham
ISBN : 1931253110
Genre : Social Science
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Ethiopia is a land of endless stories and histories, many never heard outside this elusive country. With a history stretching back more than 3,000 years, Ethiopians are a justifiably proud people. John Graham has tirelessly traversed Ethiopia, and explored many nooks and crannies of this ancient country in an effort to tell the story of its peoples. Ethiopia: Off the Beaten Trail is an informal and informative look at a country that is generally overlooked as a tourist destination. After decades of isolation, Ethiopia is now opening its arms to visitors again. From the Aksum to the remote mountain monastery where the Ark of the Covenant is said to be kept, Graham paints a vivid picture of Ethiopia and provides a window to its unseen gems.
Category: Social Science

West Virginia Off The Beaten Path

Author : Su Clauson-Wicker
ISBN : 9781493007141
Genre : Travel
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West Virginia Off the Beaten Path features the things travelers and locals want to see and experience––if only they knew about them. From the best in local dining to quirky cultural tidbits to hidden attractions, unique finds, and unusual locales, West Virginia Off the Beaten Path takes the reader down the road less traveled and reveals a side of West Virginia that other guidebooks just don't offer.
Category: Travel

Arkansas Off The Beaten Path

Author : Patti DeLano
ISBN : 9781493016075
Genre : Travel
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Tired of the same old tourist traps? Whether you’re a visitor or a local looking for something different, let Arkansas Off the Beaten Path show you the Natural State you never knew existed. Saddle up for a moonlit ride at the Horseshoe Canyon Ranch in Jasper. Dig in at Eureka Springs’ Gaskins Cabin Steakhouse, a cabin which belonged to one of the first settlers in the county. Dig down (for real gemstones!) at Jessieville’s Coleman Crystal Mine. So if you’ve “been there, done that” one too many times, get off the main road and venture Off the Beaten Path.
Category: Travel

Off Track Planet S Southeast Asia Travel Guide For The Young Sexy And Broke

Author : Freddie Pikovsky
ISBN : 9780762463893
Genre : Travel
File Size : 68.5 MB
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Since its conception in 2009, the Off Track Planet brand has been inspiring the young, sexy masses to get off their butts and out into the world. Next in its successful line of uncensored, fun-focused travel guides comes Off Track Planet's Southeast Asia Travel Guide for the Young, Sexy, and Broke, covering Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Brunei, and Singapore. With detailed maps, guides, charts, and hundreds of brilliant 4-color photographs throughout, the book takes readers through the most adventurous destinations throughout Southeast Asia. It's any intrepid traveler's comprehensive guidebook to the region, with tips to: Get Inspired: Destinations organized by interest, such as Adventure & Sports; Art, Culture, and Design; Food; Sex & Partying; and Music & Festivals Get Your Shit Together: Everything you must know to plan your trip, including advice on when to go where, where to stay when you arrive, passport & visa considerations, budgeting, packing (and backpacking), and health & safety specific to the city and country you're visiting Make Yourself Useful: Avenues to extend your trip by volunteering, studying, or working abroad
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Southern California Off The Beaten Path

Author : Kathy Strong
ISBN : 9780762774784
Genre : Travel
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Southern California Off the Beaten Path features the things travelers and locals want to see and experience––if only they knew about them. From the best in local dining to quirky cultural tidbits to hidden attractions, unique finds, and unusual locales, Southern California Off the Beaten Path takes the reader down the road less traveled and reveals a side of Southern California that other guidebooks just don't offer.
Category: Travel

The Tourist Trail

Author : John Yunker
ISBN : 9781618220028
Genre : Fiction
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"Throughout the book, the passions and sincerity of animal advocates are captured with immense respect…the story becomes unstoppable." — Animal Legal Defense Fund The Tourist Trail is at once a romance, an adventure story, an environmental polemic, and a keen study of just how animalistic humans are. —Phoebe Literary Journal The Tourist Trail will challenge your perceptions of villains and innocent victims, and make you question whose side you’re on as each character grapples with his or her own authenticity, with what’s worth fighting for, and faces the realization that no matter how fast you run, you can never escape from yourself. — IndieReader Throughout the book, the passions and sincerity of animal advocates are captured with immense respect…the story becomes unstoppable. — Animal Legal Defense Fund Biologist Angela Haynes is accustomed to dark, lonely nights as one of the few humans at a penguin research station in Patagonia. She has grown used to the cries of penguins before dawn, to meager supplies and housing, to spending most of her days in one of the most remote regions on earth. What she isn’t used to is strange men washing ashore, which happens one day on her watch. The man won’t tell her his name or where he came from, but Angela, who has a soft spot for strays, tends to him, if for no other reason than to protect her birds and her work. When she later learns why he goes by an alias, why he is a refugee from the law, and why he is a man without a port, she begins to fall in love—and embarks on a journey that takes her deep into Antarctic waters, and even deeper into the emotional territory she thought she’d left behind. Against the backdrop of the Southern Ocean, The Tourist Trail weaves together the stories of Angela as well as FBI agent Robert Porter, dispatched on a mission that unearths a past he would rather keep buried; and Ethan Downes, a computer tech whose love for a passionate animal rights activist draws him into a dangerous mission.
Category: Fiction