GPS For World Travelers by Simon Wyryzowski
... there are many language programs you can buy that allows you to look up phrases and words for your host country. In addition to being able to provide you amazing accuracy out of the box, a GPS unit can incorporate other complementary tools as well such as travel guides. Travel guides can futher enhance your enjoyability on the road and add a new layer of richess to your overall travel experience. There are many more programs, add-ons, and features that are available to the power user.
Numerology and Oracles: The Tablets of Fate by Keith Abbott
... Tablet of Mercury (The Magnetic Horseshoe) == Mercury is Lord of the Crossroads; use this tablet for issues concerning journeys and travels. Tablet of Venus (Cupid's Scroll) == Venus is the goddess of Love, use it for issues of the heart. Tablet of Mars (The Symbolic Swastika) == use this table when your question concerns Work, Business, or Money. ** (The Lucky Bell) == Used for issues concerning a Letter (or in modern terms an email) Tablet of the Sun (Spell of the Rising Sun) == Used ...
Power Travelling and Touring - 10 Factors in Enjoying Stuff by Raymond Strachan
... A feeling of awe and incredulity is experienced during the first 6.5 minutes of immersion in the viewing experience. This is likely to continue for some time at a reduced level as you view and experience more. An appreciation of the effort, skill and/or the forces that came into play to create this Stuff. This will continue on each occasion you view or experience something new about the Stuff. It will continue strongly for a maximum of 1.5 hours at which point each subsequent experience ...
10 Small Things To Take On Your International Trip by Fred Tittle
... to learn like thank you, hello and how much, which I usually donít write down anymore, as I just whip out my calculator. The idea is too have all your data in one place. In China they want the receipts back for everything; you can store them in there as well. I buy the little black books that fit in a shirt pocket and then keep them for after the trips as mementoes. 10 A sense of humor you will be surprised at the many and varied uses you will get from this magical tool in your travels.
Emergency Lesson Plans, Real Lifesaving Tools for Teachers by Frank Holes Jr.
... unit on any area/region of the world, including your own town or city. Everyone gets those situations in life where an emergency has come up, and you don't have the time (or sometimes the ability) to get a good lesson plan in to school for your students. Maybe you have a family emergency or a disrupted travel plan and you just cannot get into school to leave detailed lessons. That is why it is essential for you to have an emergency lesson plan available and handy. By Frank Holes, Jr.
Village Life in Upcountry Zambia by Charlotte Opperman
... Travelling into the bush over mud roads riddled with potholes that, according to Masumba, can get so big they often hide crocodiles during the rainy season, we had first-hand exposure to the extremely under-developed Zambian infrastructure. One of the potholes almost swallowed our truck and this was just the beginning of our education. It took a few days to settle into the village rhythm. The intense heat and challenge of basic tasks taken for granted at home made for arduous and exhausting ...
The Fortune Is In the Follow Up by Mikael Karlsson
... You'll find a range of discount websites ranging from travel to hotels, from senior citizen to dental discounts. STATS. And don't forget to assemble all of your website traffic stats, hits, visitor profiles and tracking into a monthly statistical report that will help guide you in the direction you want your website to go. SEARCH ENGINE. Visitors will want to search for specific subjects. You can offer a search engine. BULLETIN BOARD. Establish a moderated chat group where clients and ...
Increasing Brain Power by Tim Bryce
... As an example, while traveling through the airports recently I observed the majority of my fellow travelers "tuned out" by technology. The lion's share of travelers today make active use of iPods, PDA's, cell phones, DVD & CD players, and laptop computers. It seems fewer and fewer travelers read a book or engage in conversation anymore. In other words, most travelers today are operating at a Level 2. If Wilson is correct, and I believe he is, the manager should take notice of this adverse ...