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The Aye-Aye and I Audiobook

The Aye-Aye and I

Author: Gerald Durrell Narrator: Rupert Degas Release Date: February 2019

Gerald Durrell's last book, The Aye-Aye and I records his final animal-collecting expedition, a trip to Madagascar in 1990, and his efforts to save the elusive and mythical lemuroid known as the Aye-Aye. Prompted by the country's radical deforestation, and slash-and-burn agriculture, Durrell, his wife, and their team of zoologists embark on a mission to capture and conserve the species - distinguished by its 'giant, chisel-like teeth', 'round, hypnotic eyes' and large 'spoon-like ears'. During the course of their journey, they encounter golden river snakes, flat-tailed tortoises, the gentle lemurs of Lac Alaotra, and the Malagasy chameleons. Durrell's exuberant descriptions of the island, its people and ecology are among his best. **Contact Customer Service for Additional Content**

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Eureka Audiobook

Eureka

Author: Graham Field Narrator: Graham Field Release Date: February 2019

Who tries to ride deep into Iraq just to see if the news reports are accurate, ends up joining a street demonstration against someone else's government, or sticks their arm between the jaws of a wild mountain wolf-dog?After the success of his first book, In Search of Greener Grass, Graham Field hits the road again with his bargain-basement KLR650, recording his experiences in his inimitable and revealingly honest diary style. The Caucasus region is often overlooked by travelers, but Graham may inadvertently be about to change all that.A single pivotal event can transform any journey, and accepting rather than fighting that moment can have glorious consequences for the traveler. In this instant the result ensures a fantastic exploration of eastern Europe and beyond, the discovery of a hidden gem in Georgia, and meanderings that leave us all much richer.Ultimately, Eureka is an almost accidental realization that we cannot control our mood on the road, but merely embracing it can be the most enlightening travel experience of all.

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The Best of Bicycle Gourmet's - More Than a Year in Provence - Book One Audiobook

The Best of Bicycle Gourmet's - More Than a Year in Provence - Book One

Author: Christopher Strong Narrator: Christopher Strong Release Date: February 2019

Ever since leaving his San Francisco business to his associates, filmmaker Christopher Strong has been doing what many of us dream of doing: Cycling the French Country backroads with no fixed itinerary. Tasting the land and the people as well as the food and wine. As a result of those memorable meetings with exceptional people in amazing places, Christopher Strong has morphed into: The Bicycle Gourmet. With more than a few all tales to tell. And he's told them in his multi-media Lifestyle Adventure series: Treasures of France, on his YouTube channel, in two print books,two audio books,numerous articles for major publications such as Forbes and the Huffington Post, and on his blog. Cleverly titled: BicycleGourmet.com Now, in this, his third audio book, Christopher has selected his personal best. His favorite stories from taking the roads not taken. So now, all you have to do is close your eyes, open your ears, and glide down the French Country backroads - to enjoy -More, than a Year in Provence.

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The Naked Truth About Hedonism II - 3rd Edition: A totally unauthorized, naughty but nice guide to J Audiobook

The Naked Truth About Hedonism II - 3rd Edition: A totally unauthorized, naughty but nice guide to J

Author: Chris Santilli Narrator: Carly Robins, Daniel C. Lawrence, Mark Rossman, Robin Miles Release Date: February 2019

Discover the naughty, exotic and erotic truths about why Hedonism II sports the highest repeat guest rate of any Caribbean hotel and how to get in on the action! Imagine having the scintillating and scandalous inside information on how to make the most of a trip to the adult vacation destination Hedonism II - or just reading the naughty details. Chris Santilli, an award-winning freelance writer and inveterate naked gal, has visited Hedonism II in 60+ trips since March 1985. She holds a B.S. in photojournalism from Northern Illinois University, an M.S. in magazine journalism from Syracuse University, and a MLIS (Master of Library & Information Science) from Dominican University. This 3rd edition reflects the evolution of the resort, its guests and ambiance since the book's 2nd edition update in 2010. What Happens in Jamaica, stays in Jamaica...Except in this cheeky guide to the world's naughtiest resort, Hedonism II. Debauchery, alcohol, nude beaches, orgies - an unforgettable waterfront getaway awaits the adventurous traveller looking for sex and sun! Is Hedonism II a retirement home for worn-out swingers? A testosterone tour-de-force with too few women to clamor over? A cult that sucks away all your vacation time? Well, the last one might be true. Cleverly disguised as adults, resort guests are the people your parents warned you about. Their all-inclusive Jamaican beach vacation titillates with days they can't remember - but with friends they can't forget. Virgins and repeat offenders alike will have tears running down their legs from this collection of advice, anecdotes, and adventures. The pages of The Naked Truth About Hedonism II are chock-full of stories that keep you grinning about mishaps in the hot tub, games on the nude beach (beyond ring toss), and folks on a quest for a heated eternity. Learn why Hedonism II has such a high repeat guest rate and a neighboring resort posted a warning sign between the properties. Get your copy of Naked Truthtoday!

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Off the Rails: A Train Trip Through Life Audiobook

Off the Rails: A Train Trip Through Life

Author: Beppe Severgnini Narrator: Edoardo Ballerini Release Date: February 2019

In this witty and entertaining collection of travel tales, an acclaimed journalist explores his obsession with trains--and what his rail journeys have taught him about culture and identity. 'I've gone around the world in installments. Every trip has been a revelation. I've watched regions, nations, and continents change moods and I've met more people on trains than in forty years of airplane flights. Every train trip has been a spectacle. Trains are stages, cafés, bazaars. The only talk show that will never go off the air...' Beppe Severgnini has spent his life traveling the world, and not just because he's a journalist; he's a passionate, unflagging train buff. Off the Rails recounts some of his favorite trips across Europe, Australia, Asia, and the United States, each journey bringing readers not only to a different place but to a different time, from his honeymoon on the Trans-Siberian Express (in a four-person compartment!), to a winding journey from Russia to Turkey during the last summer of communism, to a recent coast-to-coast trip with his son from Washington, D.C., to Washington State. Off the Rails is the perfect getaway for anyone with a touch of wanderlust, who dreams of escape or just likes to laugh. Filled with memorable characters and perceptive observations, it demonstrates--hilariously--what unites us. With the world in chaos and life in perpetual fast-forward, it's always the right time to hop on board with Beppe Severgnini and meet your charming, hapless, quarrelsome, romantic, shifty, quirky, endearing neighbors.

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Etiquette Guide to Japan: Know the rules that make the difference! Audiobook

Etiquette Guide to Japan: Know the rules that make the difference!

Author: Boye Lafayette De Mente Narrator: Tim Campbell Release Date: February 2019

Minding your manners is an acquired skill, but what serves you well elsewhere could trip you up in Japan. Save yourself possible embarrassment with Etiquette Guide to Japan. An inside look at Japanese social graces, it answers all the questions of the thoughtful traveler. Extensive, specific information on Japanese business etiquette assists readers traveling to Japan for business. Although often overshadowed by a modern facade, long-standing traditional aspects of Japan's culture still influence the country and almost everyone in it. Concrete evidence of this traditional culture can be seen everywhere-in the ancient arts and crafts that are still important parts of everyday life, in the many shrines and temples that dot the nation, and in the modern comeback of traditional fashions such as kimono and yakata robes. To many Western visitors, however, the most obvious example of this traditional culture's strength is the unique etiquette of the Japanese. Like many nations, Japan has experienced vast political, social, and economic change over the past century. But enough of Japan's traditional etiquette remains to set the Japanese apart socially and psychologically and to make success in socializing and doing business with them a special challenge for Westerners.

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A Year in Paris: Season by Season in the City of Light Audiobook

A Year in Paris: Season by Season in the City of Light

Author: John Baxter Narrator: Graham Halstead Release Date: February 2019

From the incomparable John Baxter, the bestselling author of The Most Beautiful Walk in the World, a sumptuous and definitive portrait of Paris through the seasons, highlighting the unique tastes, sights, and changing personality of the city in spring, summer, fall, and winter. “A man with a great appreciation of what makes Paris tick.”— Newsday When the common people of France revolted in 1789, one of the first ways they chose to correct the excesses of the monarchy and the church was to rename the months of the year. Selected by poet and playwright Philippe-Francois-Nazaire Fabre, these new names reflected what took place at that season in the natural world; Fructidor was the month of fruit, Floréal that of flowers, while the winter wind (vent) dominated Ventôse. Though the names didn’t stick, these seasonal rhythms of the year continue to define Parisians, as well as travelers to the city. As acclaimed author and long-time Paris resident John Baxter himself recollects, “My own arrival in France took place in Nivôse, the month of snow, and continued in Pluviôse, the season of rain. To someone coming from Los Angeles, where seasons barely existed, the shock was visceral. Struggling to adjust, I found reassurance in the literature, music, even the cuisine of my adoptive country, all of which marched to the inaudible drummer of the seasons.” Devoting a section of the book to each of Fabre’s months, Baxter draws upon Paris’s literary, cultural and artistic past to paint an affecting, unforgettable portrait of the city. Touching upon the various ghosts of Paris past, from Hemingway and Zelda Fitzgerald, to Claude Debussy to MFK Fisher to Francois Mitterrand, Baxter evokes the rhythms of the seasons in the City of Light, and the sense of wonder they can arouse for all who visit and live there. A melange of history, travel reportage, and myth, of high culture and low, A Year in Paris is vintage John Baxter: a vicarious thrill ride for anyone who loves Paris.

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Steps Out of Time: One Woman's Journey on the Camino Audiobook

Steps Out of Time: One Woman's Journey on the Camino

Author: Katharine B. Soper Narrator: Donna Postel Release Date: January 2019

Years ago an overachieving and harried young mother accidentally flushed her gold watch down the toilet. Time passed, but the image of the lost watch continued to haunt her, a symbol of an overcommitted life. Two decades later, propelled by a series of curious coincidences, she leaves behind her busy professional life, her cell phone, and her family to escape the tyranny of time and walk five hundred miles across northern Spain to Santiago de Compostela. Steps Out of Time brings the mysterious and wonderful world of the Camino to life with its tales of serendipitous encounters, new friends made (and one tragically lost), stunning natural beauty, and unforgettable food. By the end of her journey, an exhausted and exhilarated Katharine Soper is keenly aware that she has completed much more than a month-long walk.

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Great Adventurers Audiobook

Great Adventurers

Author: David Angus Narrator: Benjamin Soames Release Date: January 2019

This collection features the lives of nine remarkable people, whose stories have inspired generations of adventurers. With Francis Drake we raid the Spanish Main and sail around the world. With Richard Burton we cross the deserts of Arabia. Hiram Bingham discovers the lost city of the Incas. Amelia Earhart personifies the heroic exploits of the early days of aviation. With Scott and Amundsen we race to the South Pole; with Hillary and Tenzing we conquer the summit of Everest. Thor Heyerdahl, like some latter-day Viking, crosses the oceans of the world in his tiny craft. Although separated by centuries, all are united by their curiosity, courage and the unquenchable spirit of adventure.

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A Zoo in My Luggage Audiobook

A Zoo in My Luggage

Author: Gerald Durrell Narrator: Rupert Degas Release Date: January 2019

A Zoo in My Luggage is the colourful, first-hand account of Gerald Durrell's six-month animal-collecting trip in British Cameroon, and his attempts to create his own zoo. Motivated by a passion for wildlife, and a desire to save endangered species from extinction, Durrell assembles a glorious panoply of exotic animals - including a female baboon called Georgina, who later runs amok in a department store; a black-eared squirrel, who tries to bury nuts in his ear; and a gentlemanly chimpanzee named Chumly, who greets him with an outstretched hand. Aided by the Fon of Bafut, who houses the collection (and hosts many long and lively parties), Durrell amasses more than 250 animals. He struggles to find a home for the animals back in England, until a stroke of luck leads him to Jersey, and the eventual founding of Durrell Wildlife Park (now Jersey Zoo).

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Bliss(ters): How I walked from Mexico to Canada One Summer Audiobook

Bliss(ters): How I walked from Mexico to Canada One Summer

Author: Gail M. Francis Narrator: Wendy Tremont King Release Date: January 2019

Just before her fortieth birthday, Gail Francis quit her perfectly good job and set out to hike one of the great trails of the world. Carrying everything she needed on her back, Francis spent five months walking from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Crest Trail. Along the way, she lost her pack scrambling over scree in the desert, struggled to navigate high mountain passes, and wore the soles off her boots trekking across lava fields-all within some of the most pristine wilderness in the nation. Though she set out alone, her story includes an eclectic cast of characters. From the man walking the entire 2,700 miles in a series of twenty-six wedding dresses, to the woman making the journey in the company of her pet mouse, Francis learned to count on her fellow hikers for entertainment as well as a few important life lessons.

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It's Not Just About Running: Reflections on Life and Change in Egypt Audiobook

It's Not Just About Running: Reflections on Life and Change in Egypt

Author: A. I. Shoukry Narrator: Josh Berndt Release Date: January 2019

This book isn't just about running; it's about a runner's reflections on life, change, and the love of running in Egypt. It's a memoir about self-discovery and searching for freedom and love of life. It's about the integration of body, mind, and soul. It's about family and friends, relationships, and work.Author A. I. Shoukry describes his running moments like a window with a sunrise view for a prisoner kept in solitary confinement. After witnessing a revolution in Egypt, running twice for the parliamentary elections, and being a former leader of two political parties, he decided to take a break from politics and start running. From being barely able to run 2k, he became a half-marathon runner aged 39.In this book, Shoukry explores the meanings of faith, pain, stress, fear, death, life, solitude, happiness, and passion. He has truly put his heart on paper.If you've ever dreamed of running-for your health, for your mind, for therapy, or even for parliament, this book is for you. Whether you're a newbie runner, a seasoned pro, or have never donned a pair of running shoes but want to start-open this book and start running with Ahmed through Egypt.

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