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Machu Picchu Picture Dream Journal

Author : Anton Swanepoel
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Make Your Dream Journaling Special Majestic Machu Picchu is filled with wonder and mystery. Capture the energy of this amazing place with your dream journaling. Journaling your dreams can make you more aware and connected with your true self. This will help you discover your true values and desires. Let the images help you relax and the words flow. Dreams help us not only to process events that happened to us. But also give inspiration and ideas or solutions to problems we may be facing in live. Inspiration and ideas for inventions such as the sewing machine and Google to creative works such as Frankenstein and the song, "Yesterday" from the Beatles, came from dreams. Record and analyze your dreams to help you take control of your life. Each page of this journal has a different image of Machu Picchu or the mountains as background. Space for the date, day, time to bed, time awoke, your mood, the dream, and any interpretations are included on each page. This is the perfect dream journal to record your dreams on a trip to Machu Picchu, or if you love Machu Picchu. Whether it's a treat for yourself or a gift for a loved one, this dream journal will look stunning on any desk. Machu Picchu Picture Dream Journal Features: 100 pages, each with a image as background College-ruled journal (medium ruled) 6x9" dimensions. The perfect size for all purposes. Fits perfectly into your travel bag Space for the date, day, time to bed, time awoke, your mood, the dream, and any interpretations on each page The perfect journal to record your dream on a trip to Machu Picchu or lovers of ancient places If you want to journal your dreams with a difference, this book is for you. Get Your Copy Today

Machu Picchu Virtual Guide And Secrets Revealed

Author : Brien Foerster
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Lost City

Author : Ted Lewin
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Caldecott Honor-winner Ted Lewin takes readers on a thrilling journey to the wilds of Peru in this story of Hiram Bingham, who, in 1911, carved a treacherous path through snake-filled jungles and across perilous mountains in search of Vilcapampa, the lost city of the Incas. Guided the last steps by a young Quechua boy, however, he discovered not the rumored lost city, but the ruins of Machu Picchu, a city totally unknown to the outside world, and one of the wonders of the world.

The Penguins Ate My Postcards

Author : Arlene Pullen
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The Penguins Ate My Postcards tells the story of one womans connections with people and places as she traveled around the world. It consists of essays, grouped by theme, of varying lengths and moods. They can be read in any order and independently of one another. Sections One provides anecdotes about people the author met in the USSR, Australia, Cambodia, and Europe. Most of their stories are light and entertaining, but they all identify some characteristics of human beings in specific situations all of us have faced. Section Two through Section Five describe some of the places the author has traveled. She combines her feelings as she stood atop mountains or glaciers and watched the sun set behind them with the reality of the beauty she was capturing with her camera. Some of the essays are memoirs from the time when Communism ruled a vast part of the world, and traveling was different in Iron Curtain countries from what it is now. Shell take you on her taxi ride through Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin and on her train ride from Leningrad through the Baltic countries and Poland into East Berlin. Because the author was a teacher, shell share with you some of the literary and historic sites she visited, combining some facts with her impressions and some incidents that occurred in those places. Youll laugh along with her as she compares the people she met with beloved literary characters youll remember from your high school and college English classes. Youll become pensive when she relates stories about genocide and civil strife in some of the Asian countries she has visited. Youll share some of her professional experiences as she visited schools in South Africa, Cambodia, England, China, and Vietnam, with her focus being on the conditions in which teachers and students interacted for learning. Youll remember the children. Some of the essays contain anecdotes about encounters with penguins in Antarctica, polar bears in the tundra, kangaroos in Australia, and camels in Egypt. The settings of her tales are diverse, and the enjoyment of being close to wild animals in their native habitat is strong. Youll walk alongside waterfalls, down mountain trails, within the remains of ancient civilizations, and in buildings constructed for some unique reasons. Section Six deals with the benefits of traveling, as the author illustrates some of the rules governing safe travel, especially for a woman traveling alone. She writes about the danger she encountered when the airplane tires blew while the plane was above the Himalayan Mountains, and when she walked alone in some remote places. She provides humorous stories dealing with language differences in European countries. One essay extols the value of having a competent travel agent and tour guide, again with anecdotes that identify the relationship she had with agents who prepared some of her trips. Finally, the book answers the most frequently asked question of experienced travelers: Whats your favorite place? The Penguins Ate My Postcards is an enjoyable collection of informal, personal essays that will keep you interested in the people and places being featured as they give you a strong impression of the location in which the events occurred. These essays are not the result of someones imagination; the incidents actually happened, and the author was an eye-witness to them. As you read, youll recognize that the author has separated life into serious situations and light, humorous moods, but she treats all the participants with the respect and sensitivity necessary to tell their stories. Perhaps, after you read The Penguins Ate My Postcards youll want to explore the world and find your own adventures. Happy reading.

Machu Picchu

Author : Richard L. Burger
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Details the status of contemporary research on Incan civilization, and addresses mysteries of the founding and abandonment of Machu Picchu, charting its archaeological history from 1911 to the present.

Outlook Traveller

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The Machu Picchu Guidebook

Author : Ruth M. Wright
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"The best all around guide for those who've been or who are going to Machu Picchu . . . . Absolutely indispensable!"--Don Montague, president, South American Explorers. This revised edition includes newly discovered sites and full-color illustrations of real-life scenes from "National Geographic."

Machu Picchu

Author : Sheryl Peterson
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Describes the mysterious Inca city of Machu Picchu built high up in the Andes mountains.

The Lost Inca Gold Chain of Machu Picchu

Author : Gary F. Swagart
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In The “Lost” Gold Chain of Machu Picchu, Gary Swagart provides a logical explanation for the establishment of Machu Picchu, its abandonment after being occupied for several centuries, the manner in which the rocks could have been fitted into the walls of Machu Picchu and Cuzco as they were, and the way the large rocks were moved and placed by the Incas and Pre-Incas. He provides a very logical reason why no gold was found at Machu Picchu when it was excavated. He provides a very logical reason for the existence of the Nazca Lines. Mr. Swagart provides a very logical description of the rise of the Inca Civilization, why it banners displayed a rainbow, and why it functioned so well. He provides a very logical explanation of the canals on the plain about Lake Titicaca and the demise of the agricultural system that had existed there. He provides a logical reason for the existence of sweet potatoes and other Peruvian plants on remote Pacific islands, the great stone statues on Easter Island, and the physical resemblance of many residents of South Pacific islands to Incas. He explains the creation and subsequent loss of the fabulous three-ton gold chain.

Peru in Pictures

Author : Heron Marquez
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Introduces through text and photographs the land, history, government, people, and economy of the third largest country in South America.

Spell of the Urubamba

Author : Daniel W. Gade
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This work examines the valley of the Urubamba River in terms of vertical zonation, Incan impact on the environment, plant use, the history of exploration and the notion of discovery, the idea of land reform, and cultural contact with the European world. Winding its path northward from the Andean Highlands to the Amazon, the valley has served as the stage of pre-Columbian civilizations and focal point of Spanish conquest in Peru. "Gade left behind not only a superb body of scholarly work, but a network of colleagues and students who remain indebted to his example. This book should serve as an inspiration for all scholars who wish to pursue the Sauerian, counter enlightenment or post development agendas of understanding and respecting particular places in all their historical and cultural complexity, including ambiguities and contradictions." -- The Geographical Review, American Geographical Society

Fodor s Peru

Author : Fodor's
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For many travelers, this is the trip of a lifetime: Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley of the Inca, and the Nazca lines are among the most-visited and awe-inspiring archaeological sites in the world. Fodor’s Peru ebook edition provides expert advice on everything from the best guides to the Inca Trail to how to experience native cultures on Lake Titicaca. Expanded Coverage: Focused coverage on Peru’s essential, must-see destinations includes new restaurants and hotels. Indispensable Trip Planning Tools: Features such as Top Attractions, Great Itineraries, packing advice, and frequently asked questions make planning simple. Extensive information on trusted tour operators allows travelers to book with confidence. Convenient overviews present each region and its highlights, and chapter planning sections have savvy advice for making the most of your time and getting around by car, bus, and train. Discerning Recommendations: Fodor’s Peru ebook edition offers savvy advice and recommendations from expert writers to help travelers make the most of their time. Fodor’s Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. “Word of Mouth” quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights.

The Ascendancy

Author : John Weiskopf
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When a beanstalk starts growing out of the rubble of the World Trade Center, chaos erupts in New York City. Jack Tott, a twenty-six-year-old musician, believes that if he climbs the beanstalk, he will somehow find the means to help save his dying sister. Caitlin Bingham, an archaeoastronomer, suspects that the beanstalk is related to the mysterious disappearance of Pachakutek, a planet she recently discovered.But the lands and inhabitants in the world above the beanstalk are beyond anything Jack or Caitlin could have imagined. A strange cave, a huge thorn maze, a dapper five-foot-tall mosquito, a paranoid bird who is the last of his species, and an ancient Incan civilization are just part of the adventure that awaits Jack and Caitlin.With a lightning-quick pace and basis in real events of the twenty-first century, The Ascendancy offers hope and a new mythology for the world at this volatile point in our history.

New Perspectives on Microsoft PowerPoint 2002

Author : Beverly B. Zimmerman
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Part of the New Perspectives series, this text offers a case-based, problem solving approach and innovative technology for meaningful learning of Microsoft PowerPoint 2002.

Library Journal

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

New Perspectives on Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 Introductory CourseCard Edition

Author : Beverly B. Zimmerman
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Part of the New Perspectives series, this text offers a case-based, problem-solving approach and innovative technology for meaningful learning the new features of this latest version of Microsoft PowerPoint 2003.

Out There Somewhere

Author : Jane Edith Park
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As an adopted child, I soon realized my life was good. I didn't feel abandoned by the birth parents I never knew. I was just a few days old when my adoptive parents took me to my new home, a small town in Ohio. When I was quite young my adoptive mother told me that my biological mother was 13-years-old when I was born, one of the few facts she knew. Who were these people? Did I look like them? Do I have brothers and sisters? After I married and had children, I questioned what should my two children know about my side of their biological heritage. This is the story of my incredible search and the amazing answers I found to very old questions. Little did I know that due to fictitious information on my birth certificate, and many dead-ends, it would take over 11 years before I would meet my birth parents and 10 siblings! As you will read, it was the slightest event that brought us together. Should my story give another searcher the ambition to never lose faith in searching, even when much time passes with no answers, then my purpose for writing will be fulfilled. Book Cover Photo: My picture of the Urambamba River Valley near Machu Picchu, Peru, a place I always knew I must visit. To visit her website go

Dream Weaver Deluxe

Author : Gary Wright
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This deluxe e-book features a new audio recording of a song cowritten by Wright and George Harrison in 1971, titled “To Discover Yourself,” as well as a cache of never-before-seen photos. Music legend Gary Wright reflects on his professional collaboration, friendship, and spiritual journey with "quiet Beatle" George Harrison. Best known for his multiplatinum hits “Dream Weaver” and “Love is Alive,” Gary Wright came to prominence as a singer and songwriter during the golden age of rock in the 1970s. What is not as well known to the public, however, is Wright’s spiritual side. At the heart of this memoir is the spiritual conversion and journey that Wright experienced alongside his close friend George Harrison. Until Harrison’s death in 2001, the two spent decades together writing songs, eating Indian fare, talking philosophy, and gardening.

From the Glittering World

Author : Irvin Morris
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The Diné, or Navajo, creation story says there were four worlds before this, the Glittering World. For the present-day Diné this is a world of glittering technology and influences from outside the sacred land entrusted to them by the Holy People. From the Glittering World conveys in vivid language how a contemporary Diné writer experiences this world as a mingling of the profoundly traditional with the sometimes jarringly, sometimes alluringly new. "Throughout the book, Morris’s command of a crisp unpretentious prose is most impressive...His style is so low-key that he hardly seems to be trying to be ’artistic,’ yet the cumulative effect of these pieces is quite powerful. For Morris’s beautiful descriptions of the remote Navajo reservation this book deserves to be on the shelf of anyone tracking the literature of the Southwest."-Western American Literature "Beginning with the Navajo creation story and ending with the summation of everything in between, Morris shows an incredible agility in jumping from truth to myth, from now to then, and from what is to what might have been."-The Sunday Oklahoman "In From the Glittering World, Irvin Morris has woven a wondrous and sometimes terrifying weave of stories centered in the Navajo experience. . . . Irvin Morris’ strong style, his vivid imagery, his deft handling of complex structures, and his deep knowledge of Navajo tradition combine to produce a work as powerful and enduring as Leslie Marmon Silko’s Storyteller and N. Scott Momaday’s The Names. With From the Glittering World, Irvin Morris has joined the ranks of great contemporary authors."-Telluride Times-Journal

Ascension Through Orbs

Author : Diana Cooper
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Featuring a wealth of additional material, this book explains the meaning and the importance of orbs--the physical presence of angels found in digital photographs--in a wider and more advanced context. With nearly 50 photographic examples accompanied by meditations to allow the energy of the orbs to be more fully absorbed, this advanced tool for ascension explores spirit guides and the angelic hierarchy in greater depth, including the powers, the chakras, the archangels, the Lords of Karma, and the Ascension Masters.