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Georgetown Heritage Journey
63,96 € *
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Discover George Town with a local tour guide on a 4hours private tour to discover the heritage and history of the city. You’ll see the living heritage of Clan Jetties and Clan house, Khoo Kongsi then take a walk at the Penang famous "Sibings on a bicycle" street art by Ernest Zacharevic. Lastly will proceed to a pair of Thai and Burmese Buddhist temples. This 3.5-hour tour offers the flexibility and personal service of a private guide, and includes round-trip hotel transfers in the George Town area. Will advice to depart earlier to avoid the hot sun in the afternoon.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 09.07.2020
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A Thai breakfast in historic Bangkrak
85,30 € *
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Spend time in the historic Bangrak neighbourhood, a century old culinary hotspot that's loved by locals for its authentic cuisine. In a personalised experience with a host from the area by your side, you will eat and drink your way through this vibrant neighbourhood, soaking up the myriad of smells, sights, tastes and sounds of this culinary melting pot. Delve into Bangrak's street food culture, which starts at breakfast time. You could kick off the day by ordering breakfast like nam tao hoo (soy milk), patongo (Thai doughnuts), gai yang (grilled chicken skewers and moo ping (grilled pork skewers with sticky rice). Then weave your way through the city and sample traditional Thai dishes served daily from food carts. We will pair you up with a like-minded host, who will create a personalised itinerary that is totally flexible. You can agree on a meeting time and place but you can always change your mind about what you want to do.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 09.07.2020
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Sightseeing (eBook, ePUB)
5,06 € *
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'This debut show more than mere promise: it is a fine achievement in its own right.' -- GuardianOne of the most widely talked about debuts of 2005, Sightseeing is a masterful storytelling by an award-winning young author.In poignant, tough, heart-catching episodes, Rattawut Lapcharoensap takes his readers beneath the surface of Thailand to a place that is dynamic and corrupt, full of pride and passion and fear. In these inter-generational stories of luck and loss, mother and son, Thai and tourist, healthy and sick are bound together. Sightseeing introduces its readers to the young boy and his brother speeding on a moped to the Cafe Lovely, a brothel in Bankok; Priscilla the Cambodian, a girl whose mouth is stuffed with the family fortune; a woman approaching blindness who barters for a last pair of sunglasses; and a pig called Clint Eastwood. Sightseeing reveals, slowly and powerfully that no place is too far away from home when it comes to pain, anger, love or hurt. It explores through confident and unforgettable storytelling what it means to be a son, a brother, a parent, a lover, a Thai - and a disenfranchised resident of the global village.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 09.07.2020
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Sightseeing (eBook, ePUB)
5,06 € *
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'This debut show more than mere promise: it is a fine achievement in its own right.' -- GuardianOne of the most widely talked about debuts of 2005, Sightseeing is a masterful storytelling by an award-winning young author.In poignant, tough, heart-catching episodes, Rattawut Lapcharoensap takes his readers beneath the surface of Thailand to a place that is dynamic and corrupt, full of pride and passion and fear. In these inter-generational stories of luck and loss, mother and son, Thai and tourist, healthy and sick are bound together. Sightseeing introduces its readers to the young boy and his brother speeding on a moped to the Cafe Lovely, a brothel in Bankok; Priscilla the Cambodian, a girl whose mouth is stuffed with the family fortune; a woman approaching blindness who barters for a last pair of sunglasses; and a pig called Clint Eastwood. Sightseeing reveals, slowly and powerfully that no place is too far away from home when it comes to pain, anger, love or hurt. It explores through confident and unforgettable storytelling what it means to be a son, a brother, a parent, a lover, a Thai - and a disenfranchised resident of the global village.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 09.07.2020
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Siam Storm: A Thailand Adventure: Siam Storm, B...
9,95 € *
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Siam Storm — A Thailand adventureSpock and Stu are excited, with each having their own thoughts and expectations about their upcoming holiday to Thailand. The pair are in agreement however, on what their dream vacation is going to entail: plenty of parties, lots of raunchy sex, copious amounts of beer, and balmy days chillaxing and drinking cocktails on warm sandy beaches. Boy, are they in for a shock. Once you pick up this hilarious adventure and start reading it, you won’t be able to put it down - Dinorah Blackman, ‘Readers favorite’...5 star rating. When a golden box containing the dental remains of the Buddha is stolen and its guardian monks murdered, Pon, the surviving combatant monk, is sent on a quest to retrieve the holy item. The search takes Pon from his isolated Thai monastery in the Cardamom jungle to Cambodia. After discovering that the man responsible has fled to Thailand, Pon sets off in pursuit. Little does he know that he is about to run into Stu, Spock, and their new pal, Nick, who is not only thrifty, but also very accident-prone. The lovable English rogues amazing holiday doesn’t last long for they soon stumble across the holy box and, unaware of its sacred contents, replace them with Nick’s knocked out dentures, after yet another mishap. Pon then pursues Stu and Spock to the tranquil island of Koh Samet. Calamity follows and they all get swept up into a new kind of adventure. The fun has only just begun... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robert A. Webster. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/025614/bk_acx0_025614_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 09.07.2020
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The Botox Diaries , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 660min
9,95 € *
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In a world where plastic surgery is as popular as a pair of sexy Manolo Blahniks, suburban single mom Jessica Taylor is trying to make it past 40 with nothing more than moisturizer and a swipe of mascara. Her glamorous best friend, TV producer Lucy Baldor, has a different idea of aging gracefully. “My body is a temple,” Lucy explains. “I just don’t want it to crumble like St. John the Divine.”Jess and Lucy’s friendship has weathered the trials of marriage, the births of children, and the transition from itty-bitty bikinis to “Kindest Cut” one-piece suits. Now the women are discovering that midlife crises aren’t just for men - they’re equal-opportunity dilemmas.To Jess’s dismay, Lucy announces that she’s taken a lover. A very famous lover. Her husband, Dan, is bound to find out (especially after a picture of the amorous duo appears on Page Six of the New York Post), but Lucy’s too wrapped up in the joys of expensive lingerie and romantic retreats to care. Jess finds herself in the midst of her own romantic predicament when, after 10 years of silence, her sexy French ex-husband, Jacques, ends up back in her life - and in her bed. Whether navigating bake sales, bicoastal affairs, or bagels-and-Botox parties, these wise and witty women know that their friendship will remain the one true thing they can count on. Well, that and a good push-up bra, of course. And their bond withstands everything - from an orgy in Willie Nelson’s trailer to a reality TV-show bachelor named Boulder.Funny, brazen, and often poignant, this irresistible novel offers an unexpected and entertaining look at two women’s midlife adventures. From Thai massage to tantric sex, who would have thought 40 could be so much fun? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susan Denaker. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bkot/000222/bk_bkot_000222_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 09.07.2020
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The Best IPA Beers
3,00 CHF *
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ABOUT THE BOOK The story of IPA beer starts, as most tales of good beer usually do, in a British pub. The term 'India Pale Ale' is a bit misleading because the beer is not brewed in India, but rather originates in Britain previously destined for the Indian marketplace. IPA beers originated as 'October ales,' named so because they were typically brewed during that month to accompany British sailors on their trips to the East Indies. The long journey proved problematic for darker beers; although often preferred by the British public, these beers would spoil by the end of the journey. The creation of the IPA solved the challenges of traveling for months by boat through extreme temperatures. IPAs in particular incorporate more hops, which contribute to the bitter, flowery, or citrusy flavors. The term 'hops' refers to the flower of a particular vine, a quintessential aspect of beer-making. Historically, the production of IPA used hops to help stabilize beer on its journey to the Indies. Hops act as a natural preservative, so the beer would travel better with more hops during the days before modern refrigeration techniques. IPAs eventually gained popularity in Britain and other parts of the world (the American Pale Ale is a variation using American hops) as brewers served the beer in pubs, and consumers began to like and even prefer the flavor. MEET THE AUTHOR Cara Batema holds a Bachelor's degree in music and creative writing. Cara composes scores and performs for films in addition to writing and editing children's novels and other publications. Cara loves food, wine, fashion, bike riding, and other general artsy diversions. Subscribe to Cara's Los Angeles Coffee Examiner page or follow on Twitter @indiesmitty. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Try contrasting or complementing flavors. For example, couple a spicy pale ale with a spicy Thai or Indian dish. The spice and robustness of the beer works well with the bite of the food. On the flipside, pick a dry, bitter IPA to work with sweet fish like oysters. If you are into wine, think about lagers as white wine and ales as red wine. The heavy hops in the IPA act like acidity in wine, so an IPA might be more akin to a Zinfandel or Chianti. Most IPAs have medium body, so they work well in many dishes, but nothing too heavy or too light. In general, pair lighter beers with lighter food and heavy beers with heavier food. Try an IPA with rich vegetables like avocados, onion, or mushrooms. Beef and chicken, especially those with a little spice to them, also fare well with IPAs. At the end of the day, if you enjoy a good IPA, you will like it with almost any dish... Buy a copy to keep reading!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.07.2020
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The Best IPA Beers
2,33 € *
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ABOUT THE BOOK The story of IPA beer starts, as most tales of good beer usually do, in a British pub. The term 'India Pale Ale' is a bit misleading because the beer is not brewed in India, but rather originates in Britain previously destined for the Indian marketplace. IPA beers originated as 'October ales,' named so because they were typically brewed during that month to accompany British sailors on their trips to the East Indies. The long journey proved problematic for darker beers; although often preferred by the British public, these beers would spoil by the end of the journey. The creation of the IPA solved the challenges of traveling for months by boat through extreme temperatures. IPAs in particular incorporate more hops, which contribute to the bitter, flowery, or citrusy flavors. The term 'hops' refers to the flower of a particular vine, a quintessential aspect of beer-making. Historically, the production of IPA used hops to help stabilize beer on its journey to the Indies. Hops act as a natural preservative, so the beer would travel better with more hops during the days before modern refrigeration techniques. IPAs eventually gained popularity in Britain and other parts of the world (the American Pale Ale is a variation using American hops) as brewers served the beer in pubs, and consumers began to like and even prefer the flavor. MEET THE AUTHOR Cara Batema holds a Bachelor's degree in music and creative writing. Cara composes scores and performs for films in addition to writing and editing children's novels and other publications. Cara loves food, wine, fashion, bike riding, and other general artsy diversions. Subscribe to Cara's Los Angeles Coffee Examiner page or follow on Twitter @indiesmitty. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Try contrasting or complementing flavors. For example, couple a spicy pale ale with a spicy Thai or Indian dish. The spice and robustness of the beer works well with the bite of the food. On the flipside, pick a dry, bitter IPA to work with sweet fish like oysters. If you are into wine, think about lagers as white wine and ales as red wine. The heavy hops in the IPA act like acidity in wine, so an IPA might be more akin to a Zinfandel or Chianti. Most IPAs have medium body, so they work well in many dishes, but nothing too heavy or too light. In general, pair lighter beers with lighter food and heavy beers with heavier food. Try an IPA with rich vegetables like avocados, onion, or mushrooms. Beef and chicken, especially those with a little spice to them, also fare well with IPAs. At the end of the day, if you enjoy a good IPA, you will like it with almost any dish... Buy a copy to keep reading!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.07.2020
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