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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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On the Plain of Snakes Audiobook

On the Plain of Snakes

Author: Paul Theroux Narrator: Joseph Balderrama Release Date: October 2019

The master of contemporary travel writing, Paul Theroux, immerses himself in the beautiful and troubled heart of modern Mexico Nogales is a border town caught between Mexico and the United States of America. A forty-foot steel fence runs through its centre, separating the prosperous US side from the impoverished Mexican side. It is a fascinating site of tension, now more than ever, as the town fills with hopeful border crossers and the deportees who have been caught and brought back. And it is here that Paul Theroux will begin his journey into the culturally rich but troubled heart of modern Mexico. Moving through the deserts just south of the Arizona border, Theroux finds a place brimming with charm, yet visibly marked by both the US border patrol looming to the north and mounting discord from within. Attending local language and culinary schools, driving through the country and meeting its people, Paul Theroux gets under the skin of Mexico. From the writer praised for his 'curiosity and affection for humanity in all its forms' (New York Times Book Review), On The Plain of Snakes is an urgent and mesmerising exploration of a region in conflict. Praise for Paul Theroux: 'As cool as Maugham... as observant, intuitive, wry, inventive and eloquent as Graham Greene' Sunday Times 'Theroux's work remains the standard by which other travel writing must be judged' Observer 'The world's most perceptive travel writer' Daily Mail 'One of the most accomplished and worldly-wise writers of his generation' The Times

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Voyager: Travel Writings Audiobook

Voyager: Travel Writings

Author: Russell Banks Narrator: Mark Bramhall Release Date: May 2016

The acclaimed, award-winning novelist takes us on some of his most memorable journeys in this revelatory collection of travel essays that spans the globe, from the Caribbean to Scotland to the Himalayas. Now in his mid-seventies, Russell Banks has indulged his wanderlust for more than half a century. "Since childhood, I've longed for escape, for rejuvenation, for wealth untold, for erotic and narcotic and sybaritic fresh starts, for high romance, mystery, and intrigue," he writes in this compelling anthology. The longing for escape has taken him from the "bright green islands and turquoise seas" of the Caribbean islands to peaks in the Himalayas, the Andes, and beyond. In Voyager, Russell Banks, a lifelong explorer, shares highlights from his travels: interviewing Fidel Castro in Cuba; motoring to a hippie reunion with college friends in Chapel Hill, North Carolina; eloping to Edinburgh, with his fourth wife, Chase; driving a sunset orange metallic Hummer down Alaska's Seward Highway. In each of these remarkable essays, Banks considers his life and the world. In Everglades National Park this "perfect place to time-travel," he traces his own timeline. "I keep going back, and with increasingly clarity I see more of the place and more of my past selves. And more of the past of the planet as well." Recalling his trips to the Caribbean in the title essay, "Voyager," Banks dissects his relationships with the four women who would become his wives. In the Himalayas, he embarks on a different quest of self-discovery. "One climbs a mountain not to conquer it, but to be lifted like this away from the earth up into the sky," he explains. Pensive, frank, beautiful, and engaging, Voyager brings together the social, the personal, and the historical, opening a path into the heart and soul of this revered writer.

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Dominican Republic - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs and Culture Audiobook

Dominican Republic - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs and Culture

Author: Ginnie Bedggood Narrator: Peter Noble Release Date: August 2016

For those who choose to break out of the confines of all-inclusive tourist resorts, Culture Smart! Dominican Republic offers a tantalizing insight into this warm, vital, and intriguing people. It takes you on a journey from the unspoiled coastline to the agricultural interior, to the imposing mountains and to the hamlets where time appears to have stood still. It then catapults you into the twenty-first century, through poverty and opulence, to the hustle and bustle of the large cities and the lifestyles of the luxury coastal tourist resorts. It offers practical advice on what to expect and to how to behave in a Dominican home, or in social and work settings.

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The Havana Papers Audiobook

The Havana Papers

Author: Michael Daly Narrator: Michael Daly Release Date: February 2017

With a 1958 portable typewriter in his suitcase, the writer wanders Havana's crumbling back alleys, bullet-sprayed museums, and grand hotels where the relics of the Revolution and the ghost of Hemingway still speak loudly. When his typewriter breaks in transit, the writer is forced to reconsider his writing holiday and put his novel on hold, until a new story emerges from the vibrance and history in the Old City Habana Vieja. Recipient of a 2016 Eric Hoffer Award for non-fiction, The Havana Papers reveals a complex, contemporary portrait of one of the world's great historic cities.

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Andrew Zimmern visits Huatulco: Chapter 6 from THE BIZARRE TRUTH Audiobook

Andrew Zimmern visits Huatulco: Chapter 6 from THE BIZARRE TRUTH

Author: Andrew Zimmern Narrator: Andrew Zimmern Release Date: September 2009

Andrew Zimmern, the host of The Travel Channel’s hit series Bizarre Foods, has an extraordinarily well-earned reputation for traveling far and wide to seek out and sample anything and everything that’s consumed as food globally, from cow vein stew in Bolivia and giant flying ants in Uganda to raw camel kidneys in Ethiopia, putrefied shark in blood pudding in Iceland and Wolfgang Puck's Hunan style rooster balls in Los Angeles. For Zimmern, local cuisine — bizarre, gross or downright stomach turning as it may be to us -- is not simply what’s served at mealtime. It is a primary avenue to discovering what is most authentic — the bizarre truth — about cultures everywhere. In this section, Zimmern catches and cooks Huatulco’s native octopuses.

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Walking the Americas: 1,800 Miles, Eight Countries, and One Incredible Journey from Mexico to Colomb Audiobook

Walking the Americas: 1,800 Miles, Eight Countries, and One Incredible Journey from Mexico to Colomb

Author: Levison Wood Narrator: Barnaby Edwards Release Date: March 2018

Levison Wood's famous walking expeditions have taken him from the length of the Nile River to the peaks of the Himalayas, and in Walking the Americas, Wood chronicles his latest exhilarating adventure: a 1,800-mile trek across the spine of the Americas, through eight countries, from Mexico to Colombia. Beginning in the Yucatán, Wood's journey takes him from sleepy barrios to glamorous cities to ancient Mayan ruins lying unexcavated in the wilderness. Wood encounters indigenous tribes in Mexico, revolutionaries in a Nicaraguan refugee camp, fellow explorers, and migrants heading toward the United States. The relationships he forges along the way are at the heart of his travels-and the personal histories, cultures, and popular legends he discovers paint a riveting history of Mexico and Central America. While contending with the region's natural obstacles like quicksand, flashfloods, and dangerous wildlife, he also witnesses the surreal beauty of local landscapes, from cascading waterfalls and sunny beaches to the spectacular ridgelines of the Honduran highlands. Finally, Wood attempts to cross one of the world's most impenetrable borders: the Darien Gap route from Panama into South America, a notorious smuggling passage and the wildest jungle he has ever navigated.

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Andrew Zimmern visits Tobago: Chapter 5 from THE BIZARRE TRUTH Audiobook

Andrew Zimmern visits Tobago: Chapter 5 from THE BIZARRE TRUTH

Author: Andrew Zimmern Narrator: Andrew Zimmern Release Date: September 2009

Andrew Zimmern, the host of The Travel Channel’s hit series Bizarre Foods, has an extraordinarily well-earned reputation for traveling far and wide to seek out and sample anything and everything that’s consumed as food globally, from cow vein stew in Bolivia and giant flying ants in Uganda to raw camel kidneys in Ethiopia, putrefied shark in blood pudding in Iceland and Wolfgang Puck's Hunan style rooster balls in Los Angeles. For Zimmern, local cuisine — bizarre, gross or downright stomach turning as it may be to us -- is not simply what’s served at mealtime. It is a primary avenue to discovering what is most authentic — the bizarre truth — about cultures everywhere. In this section, Zimmern goes conch diving with Tobago Cox, the last "professional" conch diver in his country.

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Mexico - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture Audiobook

Mexico - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture

Author: Russel Maddicks Narrator: Charles Armstrong Release Date: January 2020

This guide to Mexico takes you to the heart of Mexican society. It describes how people socialize and meet members of the opposite sex, the dynamics of daily life, the central importance of family, and the annual cycle of Catholic feasts and fiestas. For business travelers, there are key sections on the economy and vital insights into the general business culture. The third-largest country in Latin America, Mexico is hugely diverse, having both rural areas, where time seems to have stood still, and manic urban centers like Mexico City, one of the most densely populated and exciting cities in the world. Famed for its well-preserved archaeological sites, cobblestoned colonial towns, and beautiful beaches, it is a major magnet for tourists. Mexico also has a name as a creative powerhouse in the region, with world-renowned artists such as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, a cinema industry that has been producing award-winning movies since the Golden Age of the 1940s, and a literary scene second to none in Latin America.

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Andrew Zimmern visits Cuba: Chapter 20 from THE BIZARRE TRUTH Audiobook

Andrew Zimmern visits Cuba: Chapter 20 from THE BIZARRE TRUTH

Author: Andrew Zimmern Narrator: Andrew Zimmern Release Date: September 2009

Andrew Zimmern, the host of The Travel Channel’s hit series Bizarre Foods, has an extraordinarily well-earned reputation for traveling far and wide to seek out and sample anything and everything that’s consumed as food globally, from cow vein stew in Bolivia and giant flying ants in Uganda to raw camel kidneys in Ethiopia, putrefied shark in blood pudding in Iceland and Wolfgang Puck's Hunan style rooster balls in Los Angeles. For Zimmern, local cuisine — bizarre, gross or downright stomach turning as it may be to us -- is not simply what’s served at mealtime. It is a primary avenue to discovering what is most authentic — the bizarre truth — about cultures everywhere. In this section, Zimmern mixes politics and meals as an American in Cuba.

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