The Mist Sapa


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Vietnam Dream Trip


Vietnam Dream Trip

Author: Claire Boobbyer

language: en

Publisher: Footprint Travel Guides

Release Date: 2013-02-28

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During your valuable holidays, you will want to experience the heart of Vietnam. Footprint’s Dream Trip Vietnam will ensure you discover the very best this paradoxical destination has to offer as well as take you to some fantastic out-of-the-way places hand-picked by the author. From the best places to contemplate ancient pagodas and temples, to navigating the charming city of Hanoi which teems with contrasts, this new guide is packed full of ideas, suggestions and expert advice to help you design your own dream trip. • Packed with detailed information on where to go and what to do • A hand-picked selection of the very best places to stay and to eat • Full-colour trip-planning section featuring detailed itineraries and maps • Off-the-beaten track suggestions from the author • Compact, pocket-sized format so you can carry it with you • Written by a local expert offering you insider information Footprint’s carefully tailored information ensures that you get the most out of your dream trip.

A History of the World in 500 Walks


A History of the World in 500 Walks

Author: Sarah Baxter

language: en

Publisher: White Lion Publishing

Release Date: 2016-06-15

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From prehistory to the present day, take a grand tour of world events at eye-level perspective with accounts that combine knowledgeable commentary with practical detail. You may even be inspired to lace up your own boots! From geologic upheavals and mad kings to trade routes and saints' ways, this book relates the tales behind the top 500 walks that have shaped our society. It's easy to imagine travelling back in time as you read about convicts and conquistadors, silk traders and Buddhists who have hiked along routes for purposes as varied as the terrain they covered.

He Sapa Woihanble


He Sapa Woihanble

Author: Craig Howe

language: en

Publisher: Living Justice Press

Release Date: 2013-11

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