Written by the founders of HoneyTrek.com, this inspiring book reveals hidden-gem destinations and insider tips for unforgettable couples travel. In these informative pages, Mike and Anne Howard--officially the World's Longest Honeymooners and founders of the acclaimed travel blog HoneyTrek--whisk you away to journeys of a lifetime. Drawing on their experience traveling together across seven continents, they curate the globe and offer tested-and-approved recommendations for intrepid couples, bringing culture, adventure, and romance to any couple--no matter their age or budget. Chapters are organized by type of destination (for example, beaches, mountains, and deserts) to help travelers discov...
More laugh-out-loud rhyming tales of Chopper-bike-riding, lemonade-drinking Sir Mike Bike, as he battles dastardly villains to defend Mike Bike Hall. Before Humpty Dumpty fell off the wall Before Cinderella went to the ball Before Sleeping Beauty fell into a snooze... Good Sir Mike was making the news!
Questo libro parla dell'amore. Come lo viviamo, lo vediamo e le conseguenze positive e/o negative che esso semina lungo la sua imprevedibile scia. L'amore tramite questo racconto viene messo a nudo in ogni suo aspetto.
Maps and travel guides make this book an invaluable guide for the amateur, advanced hobbyist or serious collector. Learn the tips, tools and techniques of how to collect crystal, and the secrets of cleaning and preparing it for display.
Award-winning author Philip K. Howard lays out the blueprint for a new American society. In this brief and powerful book, Philip K. Howard attacks the failed ideologies of both parties and proposes a radical simplification of government to re-empower Americans in their daily choices. Nothing will make sense until people are free to roll up their sleeves and make things work. The first steps are to abandon the philosophy of correctness and our devotion to mindless compliance. Americans are a practical people. They want government to be practical. Washington can’t do anything practically. Worse, its bureaucracy prevents Americans from doing what’s sensible. Conservative bluster won’t fix this problem. Liberal hand-wringing won’t work either. Frustrated voters reach for extremist leaders, but they too get bogged down in the bureaucracy that has accumulated over the past century. Howard shows how America can push the reset button and create simpler frameworks focused on public goals where officials—prepare for the shock—are actually accountable for getting the job done.