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Trésors du Burundi ancestral (French Edition)
by Perpétue Miganda

Language

French

Pages

173

Publication Date

April 20, 2017

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Trésors du Burundi ancestral nous plonge dans une époque plus ou loin lointaine d’un petit pays de l’Afrique de l’Est qui, pendant des millénaires, avait su développer des connaissances ancestrales dont le fil conducteur était l’harmonie et la cohésion dans tous les aspects de la vie. Le peuple burundais- car c’est de lui dont on parle- vénérait un seul Dieu « Imana » à travers Kiranga, l’intermédiaire entre Imana et les hommes. Il se rassemblait autour d’un roi « mwami » qui s’appelait « Sebarundi », c’est-à-dire le père de la nation, père de tous les Burundais. <br />Très proches de la nature, les Burundais avaient développé un art de vie basé sur l’amour, l’entraide mutuelle, le respect de la justice et de l’autorité ainsi qu’une vie laborieuse pour tous les membres de la société. C’est un peuple qui excellait dans des technologies respectueuses de l’environnement et de la biodiversité. Malgré les imperfections de l’époque, le royaume mettait en avant une gouvernance unitariste qui donnait la place à chacun, même les groupes les plus vulnérables de la société. C’est avec les apports extérieurs que ce modèle de société a été déstructuré et que le pays est entré dans un cycle de violences sans fin, causant des traumatismes sociaux profonds ainsi que la perte de repères identitaires. <br />Présenté sous forme de témoignage et d’exemples de la vie quotidienne, ce livre propose alors une voie de sortie à travers les meilleures pratiques ancestrales qui seraient ainsi ajustées au contexte actuel de la mondialisation.
New York City: The Ultimate 72 Hour Travel Guide (72 Hour Travel ...
by 72 Hour Travel Company

Language

English

Pages

32

Publication Date

April 19, 2017

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72 Hour Travel Company was created by normal people, working normal 9-5 jobs, and living normal lives. This travel guide was created with the intention of giving you, the regular 9-5er, a chance to get the best experience from your 72 hours in to New York City. We understand that it can be hard for the average person to get away from their daily lives for more than a few days at a time. We visited New York City ourselves, landing on a Friday and leaving on a Monday. We share our travel iteniary as well as our experience so that you can get an idea of what you can expect if you decide to visit New York City. We are far from the standard travel company, as we only provide information about things that we have actually experienced for ourselves. We hope this guide provides you with useful information for all of your future travels.
The Foodist Bucket List: Fort Collins, Colorado: 100 "Must-Try" D...
by Iver Marjerison

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English

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Publication Date

April 23, 2017

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After eating my way across Fort Collin’s in search of the area’s ultimate edible experiences, I crafted this book as a manifesto of the 100 must-do food adventures that I found. The list features a wide variety of both dining and hands on experiences, ranging from farmers markets, brewery tours, and agritourism, to donuts and fine dining restaurants, serving as a deliciously entertaining guide to embracing Fort Collins' unique food culture... from farm to fork!<br /><p><br /><i>Whether you're an aspiring culinarian or simply enjoy a good burger, crossing items off your Foodist Bucket List is the perfect adventure for anyone in pursuit of the true “taste" of Fort Collins, Colorado.</i><br /></p><p><br /><b>DISCLAIMER:</b> This book has a conversational tone, is informally written, and lacks the sort of detailed information you’d find in a more traditional guidebook. This is NOT a lifeless directory-style listing of the town's "top" restaurants (Google is thick with those!). Instead, each page features one specific item, a photo, and a hyperbolically romanticized celebration of why it's so dang awesome. No, I did not eat everywhere. No, this is not objective. I’m just a guy obsessed with uncovering each and every delicious opportunity that an area has to offer, and figured it would be fun to document my favorite discoveries for other food lovers.</p>
San Francisco in 3 Days: The Definitive Tourist Guide Book That H...
by Finest City Guides

Language

English

Pages

Publication Date

April 21, 2017

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If you want to visit San Francisco but only have three days to spend there, you could spend hours looking for hotels, restaurants and sights, trying to decide what you want to see and do while you’re there. <br /><br />That’s why our travel smart and save time guides are so valuable. We put together great choices for you, and you can then select the hotel, eateries and sights for your itinerary. We help you like no other travel guide can. <br /><br />We offer three-day plans with best hotels in all price ranges, restaurants with all types of food and descriptions of all the sights you won’t want to miss. <br /><br />Here is a quick preview of what you will learn in this tourist guide: <br /><br />•Helpful information about San Francisco<br />•Flying into the city<br />•Transportation tips in town<br />•Why San Francisco is such a vibrant tourist spot and what you will find most remarkable about it<br />•Information on luxury and budget accommodations<br />•The currency used in San Francisco<br />•Tourist attractions you should make time to see<br />•Other attractions for entertainment and culture<br />•Events that may be running during your stay<br />•Tips on the best places to eat & drink for all price points, whether you want simple fare, worldwide dishes or California flavors<br /><br />We will save you time and money, and stress, too! This travel guide helps you to enjoy the best vacation days you’ll spend in San Francisco.
Mastering Place and Setting in Your Writing: An Eric Maisel Solut...
by Eric Maisel

Language

English

Pages

139

Publication Date

April 20, 2017

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Readers love to be transported. Writers who master the art of place and setting in fiction and nonfiction vastly improve their writing and dramatically help themselves connect with readers—and with literary agents and editors as well! Learn the art of place and setting from Eric Maisel, America’s foremost creativity coach and the author of A Writer’s Paris, A Writer’s San Francisco, and forty other books.
100 secrets of successful and cheap travel: Elementary and advanc...
by , Jack Lee Johnson

Language

English

Pages

Publication Date

April 22, 2017

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This book contains practical tips that can be useful to any traveler.<br /><br />A certain experience of traveling convinced me that to any more or less complicated trip it makes sense to prepare. I fully understand that everything is not provided for in advance. Surprises always will be. But very many questions can be solved in advance, so as not to waste time and energy on them during the trip. It's much nicer to do photography, for example, than to find out that the plugs from your chargers do not fit into local outlets, the camera can not be charged and you have to solve this problem urgently. Or, say, just face mountain sickness due to the fact that he did not bother to work out his health before heading out.<br /><br />Below I give an approximate list of items, which, in my opinion, it is useful to think about before the journey. It is based on my experience. Someone else will clearly have their points and important points.<br />
Australia: Australia Travel Guide: The 30 Best Tips For Your Trip...
by Traveling The World

Language

English

Pages

Publication Date

April 23, 2017

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<b><h1>★ ★ ★ This Book is FREE – for Kindle Unlimited Users ★ ★ ★</h1></b><hr /><br /><h1>Make Your Journey To Australia The Best Possible</h1><br /><h2>You want to exactly know where to go and what to do? You found the right book</h2><br /><p>The sunburnt country is a land of contrast. A place which has both tropical rainforests and unforgiving desert. There are roads where you can drive for days, without seeing a soul, which end in peak hour traffic and bustling cities. If this is your first time in this beautiful country, you should plan your trip in detail. If not, you most certainly will miss out on some of the best places to be and things to see. This book will help you to make the most out of your time in Australia. You will get to know the most fascinating things to do and see in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Canberra to name a few of the most beautiful locations to be at. <br />This book provides some unique suggestions and will help you to make this the best time of your life. <br /><br /><br /></p><h3>Here’s what you’ll find in the book: </h3><br />● Enjoy Bondi Beach in Sydney<br />● The Royal Botanical Gardens of Melbourne<br />● Tasmanian Beauty<br />● Parliament House in Canberra<br />● The Australian War Memorial<br />● Where To Go For Adventurous Activities<br />● Much, much more!<br /><p></p><p>When you download <i><b>Australia: The 30 Best Tips For Your Trip To Thailand - The Places You Have To See</b></i> you will be on your way to the best possible version of your trip.</p><p><br /></p><h1>Are you searching for unique travel tips? If you do, just scroll up and hit the <b>BUY </b>button. </h1><br />Enjoy!
123 Travel Packing Tips: A 123 Travel Series Book
by Lori A. Moore

Language

English

Pages

Publication Date

April 23, 2017

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I’ve come to realize that travel is not for the timid. It takes a lot of preparation, planning, work, and energy to be able not only to traverse the places we want to see but sometimes it’s exhausting just walking through some of the huge airports in order to get there.<br /><br /> After having now visited all 50 states in the USA as well as 65 other countries and islands, I’ve learned a thing or two about how to make travel simpler, easier, and more comfortable. These 123 Travel Tips are a collection of things I’ve learned from watching other travelers, things I’ve read on the internet, and things I’ve invented myself. <br />
In the Wilds of Central Japan
by D.G. Hilton

Language

English

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Publication Date

April 23, 2017

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<b>When D.G. Hilton sets out with a backpack to explore Japan on his own for three months, trying to escape a life on pause, he begins an adventure that will alter the course of his life.</b><br /><br />Starting on Japan’s main island of Honshu, Hilton visits the rural home of an ex-girlfriend who tries to rekindle the flame, before making his way south to Kyushu on a road trip with a failed geisha who didn’t make the cut. All the while, he dives into Japan’s history, its rural roots, and its modern culture.<br /><br />This passionate, humorous, and deeply personal tale is more than a travel story and more than a paean to a fascinating country and an amazing culture. It’s also one man’s story of escaping his past and discovering an unexpected future far from home. <br /><br />With keen observations and vivid writing, Hilton brings modern Japan and the outsider’s place in it to life like few other writers have. The result is much like the book itself: moving, poignant, and truly unforgettable.

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