e-books in Travel category
by Louise Huffman, Rita Thomas, Erin Carr, Katia Kontar - ANDRILL , 2009
Thinking about going to Antarctica? Here are the steps to a smooth trip if you plan to work in the US Antarctic Program (USAP). First, you have to make sure you are physically ready to endure the harsh conditions of the coldest place on Earth.
- Foreign & Commonwealth Office , 2010
The book gives practical and safer travel tips and advice, as well as destination-specific information to help make the most of your trip abroad. This guide is packed with insights and useful tips from the experts at Lonely Planet.
by Thomas Wright - Project Gutenberg , 2003
Sir Richard Burton was an English explorer, writer, soldier, ethnologist, poet and diplomat. He was known for his travels and explorations within Asia and Africa as well as his extraordinary knowledge of languages and cultures.
by Mark Twain - The American Publishing Company , 1897
Great writer's 1897 account of circumnavigating the globe by steamship. Brimming with ironic, tongue-in-cheek humor, the book describes shark fishing in Australia, riding the rails in India, tiger hunting, diamond mining in South Africa, much more.