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Travelers often think of a luxury vacation as champagne and caviar dreams, but often don't have the budget to afford such luxuries. But luxury travel is not all about first class flights, swanky hotels, lavish restaurants and extravagant shopping. Shamael Khan shows you ways to travel in relative luxury and comfort by thinking out of the box and not draining your bank account. By using the advice in this book, you too can live comfortably and luxuriously during your vacation.Shamael shares his tips, tricks and advice through 12 years of business and personal travel throughout Europe, Asia, North America and the Middle East. He uses his business travel experience during tough economic times in order to develop a strategy to find the best deals and different ways to create your own personal luxury vacation.
In a little place called Le Monastier, in a pleasant highland valley fifteen miles from Le Puy, I spent about a month of fine days. Monastier is notable for the making of lace, for drunkenness, for freedom of language, and for unparalleled political dissension. There are adherents of each of the four French parties-Legitimists, Orleanists, Imperialists, and Republicans-in this little mountain-town; and they all hate, loathe, decry, and calumniate each other. Except for business purposes, or to give each other the lie in a tavern brawl, they have laid aside even the civility of speech. 'Tis a mere mountain Poland. In the midst of this Babylon I found myself a rallying-point; every one was anxious to be kind and helpful to the stranger. This was not merely from the natural hospitality of mountain people, nor even from the surprise with which I was regarded as a man living of his own free will in Le Monastier, when he might just as well have lived anywhere else in this big world; it arose a good deal from my projected excursion southward through the Cevennes. A traveller of my sort was a thing hitherto unheard of in that district. I was looked upon with contempt, like a man who should project a journey to the moon, but yet with a respectful interest, like one setting forth for the inclement Pole. All were ready to help in my preparations; a crowd of sympathisers supported me at the critical moment of a bargain; not a step was taken but was heralded by glasses round and celebrated by a dinner or a breakfast.
Step back in time with this fabulous tour of world history, discovering famous sites from long-ago and landmark events from the past. Visit the mysterious Karnak Temple, where ancient Egyptians are honouring the gods, gaze in awe as builders work on the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople and watch the first Model T Ford cars rattle off the production line. As you colour in the busy scenes, watch out for fascinating things to spot, hidden travel souvenirs and weird and wonderful misfits on your captivating puzzle trail.
Why do you find it so hard to sit down and write when that is what you have always dreamed of doing? That question has haunted writers since the invention of words. The answer? It begins with this. "Writing isn't selfish, it isn't lazy, it isn't indulgent, and it isn't a waste of time or energy." That's the message that writers need to hear when their passion for writing wanes in the face of what often seems like nonstop resistance from life, the universe, and everything. With empathy and humor, this book provides a kind of tent revival for writers, helping them to jump start their writing again. More of a why-to than a how-to, this book nonetheless provides practical tips-some of them unorthodox-on what writers can try when they find more and more excuses not to sit down at their desks and do the work they used to love. If you're slogging through a creative drought, this little book may provide just the inspiration you need.
Lent is a season we often over look. It's a time associated with 'giving up' something. What if, we looked at Lent as a season of taking. Taking time in our busy lives to learn from Jesus, to walk with Him daily, and to commit or recommit our lives to Him. Life is busy and packed to the top. The devotionals are short and activities can be done in a normal day's time span. It's designed to help you keep Jesus by your side, wherever your day may lead you. Jesus came to be known. Take some time and get to know just who He is! This book gives insights and simple activities to help you through the season.
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