The Pros and Cons of the Lonely Planet Morocco Guidebook

If you are into travelling as I am, you would agree that travel guidebooks are one of the essential tools one should have. They are a very helpful in the sense that a tremendous amount of time and effort has gone into creating them for accurate information. Some of them can be a little too patronizing and confusing sometimes.

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Where to Buy English Books When Overseas:
I love reading. I probably read more than the average person.

My Exciting French Travel Life:
Tucked away, almost deleted, in my spam box this morning, was a very welcome virtual "Treasure of France." An email from a family I spent a night with more than a year ago.

Meeting Wayan From Elizabeth Gilbert's "Eat, Pray, Love":
The book Eat, Pray, Love, topped the New York Times best seller list for a year. Author Elizabeth Gilbert writes about her quest to 'find herself' after a devastating divorce. She spends four months in Italy eating fabulous food, four months in India meditating in an ashram and four months in Bali finding love and contentment.

French Villages:
I wasn't expecting a view of the Marquis de Sade's chateau from my terrace. But then, his neighbours weren't expecting someone who would violate community standards by violating the community!

Books Set in Vietnam - Five Novels to Read Before You Travel:
If you are traveling to Vietnam, then it is pretty much impossible to ignore the fact that the country was at war for more than 20 years, and when looking at books set in Vietnam, it is just as difficult to escape the impact of the war on most literary endeavors. There are many fine novels written about Vietnam, but this selection attempts to present a range of views, giving you a wide perspective on the country and its history before you make your journey.

How To Secure Your Luggage:
It is funny the subjects one can become interested in. I've found myself over the past couple of months more interested in luggage and while I've written other information on how to choose different types of luggage - today I'm going to talk about a part of luggage we don't like to think about - which is how to secure your luggage.

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Each and every year, many people move all over the world to several countries. Often, they are taken abroad through their employers or for new jobs, and some are simply adventure-seekers looking for a whole new view. In either case, moving abroad is no simple task. There are many small details to be looked after beforehand, as well as packing for a long trip and removing your much loved items at home.

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