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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.


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.


Tiptoe To Silence

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The story starts with Rajesh traveling in a bus to Kasargod, where his friend Sneha lives. While looking at a photo album, Rajesh sees the pictures of a young girl named Radhika, an Indian Classical dancer. Sneha, Rajesh, and Archana end up taking a trip to the beach. They stay in Chandragiri fort while a thunderstorm rages above and finally Rajesh ends up staying for the night. He sees Radhika in his dreams, and her thoughts haunt him. He decides to dig deeper and deeper into her mystery, and as days pass by, he meets all the characters associated with her in his life. Finally he succeeds in writing his new book based on his thoughts. When his book gets published, he is visited by a fan of his who tells him a secret that entirely shocks him. Who actually was the dancer, and how she helped him in writing his book, forms the crux of this novel. An amazing work with Chandragiri River personified as a main character. The International fame Bekal Fort is a prominent place in this novel. The story is attractive, with heats and the breezes and the colors.


Over Strand And Field A Record Of Travel Through Brittany

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This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.


Prince Tip-top

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Prince Tip-Top. A Fairy Tale. By Marguerite Bouvet, author of "Sweet William" and "Little Marjorie's Love Story." Illustrated by Helen M. Armstrong.
Miss Bouvet's book, "Prince Tip Top," is so utterly unlike either of her earlier ones as to give her readers a genuine surprise. Her first, "Sweet William," was a fresh, strong story of the old feudal days in Normandy, a story such as children always did and always will greatly enjoy; her second, "Little Marjorie's Love Story," was a touching and somewhat sad tale of modern French life. "Prince Tip Top" has nothing to identify its author with the author of these but that indefinable charm of manner which marks all her books. In this volume Miss Bouvet has given loose rein to a merry and rollicking humor. It is an impossible story; but children like impossibilities; and it is an entirely new departure in impossibilities. It is a jolly and healthy little bit of opera-bouffe for children, full of fun and go, with a happy adjustment of fairy machinery. In all its mirth it is delicate and refined, and it is sure to amuse the little ones vastly. This volume has numerous illustrations from the busy pencil of Helen M. Armstrong.
-Literary News, Volume 13



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