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Tips For Two

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Meet the Ultimate Globetrotting Couple, John and JoAnn Girard, who have been traveling together for more than two decades. In that time, they've visited six continents and more than 70 countries-not to mention all 50 American states and all 10 Canadian provinces. Nevertheless, they still see traveling together as their favorite pastime, and have no intentions of stopping. What's their secret? It's all part of the plan. Inside Tips for Two: Tales of a Globetrotting Couple, you'll learn 100 tricks of the traveling trade that will make your journeys with your travel partner or loved one smoother, safer, and more rewarding. You'll discover the must-have apps for your smartphone to keep you connected while on the road, techniques to make hours spent in airports less taxing, and advice on how to save money and stay connected in faraway places. Along the way, you'll see beautiful photos and small Travelogue anecdotes from the many places the Girards have visited-from Machu Picchu to the Great Wall of China! It's never too late to learn how to travel, and traveling is never better than with someone close by. So keep your passport handy and check out these Tips for Two!


Tips On Tipping

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What do you tip the bellboy in Botswana? Should you give
a gratuity on top of the service charge in a Parisian
restaurant? Is it good practice to pay a Casablanca snake
charmer if you wish to take his photo? Everyone who
travels, whether for business or pleasure, has suffered
the embarrassment caused by not knowing when or how much
to tip. Now Bradt's Tipping offers the answers in a
convenient, pocket-sized guide covering more than 130
countries. With black and white illustrations and
photographs throughout, the book additionally features
light-hearted personal anecdotes and tips drawn from the
authors' careers in travel. Carole French is a BBC-
trained journalist, former newspaper business editor, a
respected travel and real-estate journalist and the
author of several guidebooks. The late Reg Butler enjoyed
a long and varied career in journalism.


Travelling At A Bargain-great Travel Tips

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If you are in search of great travel tips then you must acquire a copy of "Travelling At a Bargain-Great Travel Tips." This book is a bit different from the other books that are out there as it really goes into a bit of detail on how the frugal traveler can really find the best deals to suite their budget. The author has done quite a bit of traveling herself and has found that with a bit of time and effort, great discounts can be found not only for airfare but for hotel stay and transportation as well. The book makes the reader aware of certain tips and tricks that they can use while planning their next vacation and also lets them know the various mediums that they can use to find these deals. The book is a great tool that can be used to make the vacation the best one ever.


Travels With A Donkey In The Cevennes

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Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes (1879) is one of Robert Louis Stevenson's earliest published works and is considered a pioneering classic of outdoor literature.

Stevenson was in his late 20s and still dependent on his parents for support. His journey was designed to provide material for publication while allowing him to distance himself from a love affair with an American woman of which his friends and families did not approve and who had returned to her husband in California.

Travels recounts Stevenson's 12-day, 200 kilometres (120 mi) solo hiking journey through the sparsely populated and impoverished areas of the Cevennes mountains in south-central France in 1878.[1] The terrain, with its barren rocky heather-filled hillsides, he often compared to parts of Scotland. The other principal character is Modestine, a stubborn, manipulative donkey he could never quite master. It is one of the earliest accounts to present hiking and camping outdoors as a recreational activity.

It also tells of commissioning one of the first sleeping bags, large and heavy enough to require a donkey to carry. Stevenson is several times mistaken for a peddler, the usual occupation of someone traveling in his fashion. Some locals are horrified that he would sleep outdoors and suggest it is dangerous to do so because of wolves or robbers. Stevenson provides the reader with the philosophy behind his undertaking.

In John Steinbeck's novel The Pastures of Heaven, one character regards Stevenson's Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes as one of the greatest works of English literature and names his son Robert Louis. Steinbeck and his wife Elaine were inspired by Stevenson in choosing the title Travels With Charley.



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