An American and his wife, a native Puerto Rican, are traveling throughout the island of Puerto Rico to each pueblo. Their goal is to take pictures and to teach the world about this beautiful island. Greg, the Gringocua and Maggie, the Boricua made this trip to the mountainous pueblo of Aibonito. See its beauty, learn the history and feel the culture. Collect the whole set that is in alphabetical order. Carry them with you when you book your trip to Puerto Rico; a territory of the United States.
Anne Troelstra's fine bibliography is an outstanding and ground-breaking work. He has provided the academic world with a long-needed bibliographical record of human endeavour in the field of the natural sciences. The travel narratives listed here encompass all aspects of the natural world in every part of the globe, but are especially concerned with its fauna, flora and fossil remains. Such eyewitness accounts have always fascinated their readers, but they were never written solely for entertainment: fragmentary though they often are, these narratives of travel and exploration are of immense importance for our scientific understanding of life on earth, providing us with a window on an ever changing, and often vanishing, natural world. Without such records of the past we could not track, document or understand the significance of changes that are so important for the study of zoogeography. With this book Troelstra gives us a superb overview of natural history travel narratives. The well over four thousand detailed entries, ranging over four centuries and all major western European languages, are drawn from a wide range of sources and include both printed books and periodical contributions. While no subject bibliography by a single author can attain absolute completeness, Troelstra's work is comprehensive to a truly remarkable degree. The entries are arranged alphabetically by author and chronologically, by the year of first publication, under the author's name. A brief biography, with the scope and range of their work, is given for each author; every title is set in context, the contents - including illustrations - are described and all known editions and translations are cited. In addition, there is a geographical index that cross refers between authors and the regions visited, and a full list of the bibliographical and biographical sources used in compiling the bibliography.
Regular air travel can take a toll on the human body. Frequent fliers are exposed to myriad chemical toxins, poor air conditions, and radiation. It is estimated travelers are exposed to a thousand times more radiation on a cross-country flight than a person on the ground. In Travel Smart, Live Wise, author Stephanie A. Coleman offers a road map to overcoming these challenges and provides tips for living healthy to those who travel frequently by plane.
Coleman, a flight attendant for more than thirty-eight years and a holistic healing professional, blends her experience and knowledge to present six key factors to staying healthy while traveling:Live in a nontoxic environment.
Be alkalized-have a proper pH balance in your digestive system.
Stay well hydrated.
Get the minerals to support health and eat healthy foods
Exercise and be active.
Develop a positive attitude and have optimism for the future.
Travel Smart, Live Wise provides a host of physical and mental strategies for those who want to live a better life.
Club Capricorn Articles
Club Capricorn Books