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travel

[ME. travailen, to travail, to journey]
1. To move from place to place, e.g., from one country to another.
2. The act of moving among different places or countries. Travel to some locations presents health risks, such as deep venous thrombosis, diarrhea, geographically specific infections (e.g., malaria), injury, insomnia, rashes, colds, and influenza.
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The Travelogue edition features a contrast belt line that runs along the window sill from the headlamps to the rear, a navigation system and Bluetooth connectivity, illuminated scuff plates and a rear sun shade.
Again, anyone who has read his travelogue Cleopatrayude Nttil will know that the great beauty was an Egyptian.
The films themselves serve as travelogues, introducing the "folks" back home to the wonders of The Old World, recently devastated by war, which many of the titles neatly skirt, as the intent is to get Americans to travel to Europe for its ancient beauty.
Her delineation of this genre indicates how Russian travelogues and identity are inextricably linked.
The book also takes in all the ups and downs of the crew's travels and traumas, making it a fully rounded travelogue, not just a description of Cruickshank's chosen treasures.
Rivoli's optimism in places like Tanzania, and the power of trade to bring reform from the bottom up, permeate the travelogue. But for a story that takes place primarily in Washington, this sunny view seems oddly misplaced.
Though his only direct queer reference is a personal aside about a memorable sexual peccadillo in Paris, Dessaix constructs this literary travelogue with observations and anecdotes that will resonate with any curious queer traveler, Like Edmund White's The Flaneur (an homage to loitering through Paris, aimless yet attuned to history and chance adventure), Twilight of Love revels in the thrill of allowing whim and obsession to unseat the rigid travel agent as arbiter of itinerary.
Students recognized, for example, that in the travelogue primacy must be assigned to setting.
If skimmed as a travelogue, the American translation (notably the chapter on Wartime: Japan and Indochina) does convey something of her irrepressible zest for life.
From his running of a peasant farm there to his encounters with New Age travelers and ex-pats, farming blends with cultural observation in an enchanting blend of memoir, travelogue and farming encounters.
A lively travelogue and natural history adventure results for readers in grades 5-7 and beyond, backed by Montgomery's prior background as a reporter and naturalist for kids and adults alike.
In Search Of The Craic by Colin Irwin (Andre Deutsch, pounds 6.99) A funny travelogue through the pubs of Ireland...