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My Travel Journal

RRP $16.99

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My Travel journal is for children who stare at blank pages!! This journal is filled with questions and activities that will foster family participation. Good for kids with special needs also.


Lady Nugent's East India Journal

RRP $257.99

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In 1811, Maria Nugent left her four young children behind in England to accompany her husband, General George Nugent, on his posting as commander-in-chief in India. After a dizzying six months at the head of Calcutta society, the couple embarked on a 14-month tour of the British military stations in northern India, a journey that took them to the very edge of the imperial frontier. On these travels, Lady Nugent met a series of extraordinary figures from Indian history including Mir Jafar's widow, Munni Begum; the Indian grandmother of a British prime minister, the Begum Johnson; and the infamous adventuress and ruthless military leader, the Begum Samru. In Delhi, she enjoyed an audience with the Mughal Emperor, and in the royal zenana she was entertained by his wives and daughters, who were themselves politically astute women.

An account of Lady and General Nugent's remarkable journey across colonial India, this critical edition contextualizes Lady Nugent's East India Journal in the history of India and the British Empire, and the tradition of travel writing. It offers a window into the rarely glimpsed intimate social and domestic worlds of colonial households in British India, and also connects and compares Lady Nugent's time in India with her earlier voyage to Jamaica recorded in her West India journal.


Road Trip Travel Journal

RRP $14.99

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Lightweight and perfect for traveling, this soft cover notebook journal is ideal for tucking into a full bag or suitcase. The cover is a glossy finish so that you can easily wipe it off (if it ends up covered in something delicious-tasting, or lands in a mud muddle ;) Keep your memories for longer by journalling them in your travel journal. A nice affordable travel notebook designed with the traveler in mind. This would make a great gift for the traveler in your life. Bon voyage!


Gulliver's Travels

RRP $19.99

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Lemuel Gulliver always dreamed of travelling the world. But when a violent storm claims his ship and casts him adrift among uncharted lands, he is taken to places that he could not even dream of.

Travelling to the nation of Lilliput, where the inhabitants measure just centimetres tall, and to Brobdingnag, where they tower into the sky like giants, Gulliver voyages to an island floating above the clouds, visits a race of immortals, and finds himself stranded in a land ruled by horses.

Face to face with warring armies and power-hungry kings, each new journey makes Gulliver more desperate to find a way back home. But once he discovers the truth about his own land and himself, returning home becomes the last thing he desires.

Written by world-renowned satirist Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels is one of the most gripping and poignant adventures ever told.

About the Author

Jonathan Swift was born on 30th November 1667 in Dublin, and educated at Trinity College in that city and Oxford University. He was a cousin of John Dryden. Swift's father was a lawyer who had gone to Ireland after the Restoration, but he died before his son's birth. After becoming secretary to Sir William Temple in England, Swift returned to Dublin where he was ordained. In 1713 he became dean of St Patrick's.Swift gave one third of his income to charities and used his own money to fund St Patrick's Hospital for Imbeciles. He was himself thought by many to be insane in his later years.


Shakespeare Journal - All The World's A Stage (grey)

RRP $14.99

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'All the World's A Stage' is one of the stationery series: 'Shakespeare Notebook Journals'.

This 6" x 9" notebook has a chic, matte-finish, grey cover featuring an illustration of a pair of theatre curtains with the Shakespearean quote, from "As You Like It", "All the World's A Stage".

The elegant journal consists of 100 ruled pages of cream paper and is a great addition to anyone's stationery collection.

- Makes a great personal journal for writing down your daily thoughts or for jotting down notes and ideas.

- 100 lined, opaque, cream pages.

- 6"x9" 15.2cm wide x 22.9 cm high.

- Smooth paper that is perfect for pens or pencils.

- A great gift for any actor, actress, backpacker or travel writer.

- Great for journaling or can be used as a blank diary.

- A wonderful back to school supply - exercise book.



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