Beim Projekt ´United People of Adventure´ nehmen Kandidaten aus der ganzen Welt teil. Sie unterscheiden sich durch Alter, Nationalität, Glaube und Persönlichkeit - doch eins haben sie gemeinsam: Die Abenteuerlust und die Leidenschaft zu reisen sowie Motorrad zu fahren. Welche Bewerber bekommen die Chance, an der Madagaskar-Reise teilzunehmen? Der Traum, die viertgrößte Insel der Welt mit dem Motorrad zu bereisen, kann aber nur für je einen pro Kontinent in Erfüllung gehen.
After Paul Stutzman finished hiking the Appalachian Trail, he found himself longing for another challenge, another adventure. Trading his hiking boots for a bicycle, Paul set off to discover more of America. Starting at Neah Bay, Washington, and ending at Key West, Florida, Paul traversed the 5,000 mile distance between the two farthest points in the contiguous United States. Along the way he encountered nearly every kind of terrain and weather the country had to offer - as well as hundreds of fascinating people whose stories listeners will love. Through cold and heat, loneliness and exhaustion, abundance and kindness, Paul pedaled on. His reward - and the listeners´ - is a glimpse of a noble yet humble America that still exists and inspires. Anyone who longs for adventure, who loves travel and stories of travel, and who loves this place called America will enjoy this book. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mike Chamberlain. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/008819/bk_tant_008819_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Ein klassisches Family-Zelt, das gerne beim Camping mit der Familie oder Freunden eingesetzt wird. Seine Konstruktion ist so einfach, dass der Aufbau auch für Erstcamper kein Problem darstellt. Das Außenzelt überzeugt durch die 3000 mm Wassersäule und spricht somit für eine extrem hohe Wasserdichtigkeit.´´Farbe: grau Maße: ca. 380 x 195 x 140/170 cm Material: Polyester 190 T PU beschichtet Innen: Polyester (atmungsaktiv) für 4 Personen Wassersäule: 3000mm
The Adventures of Sajo and Her Beaver People: Grey Owl
The Beautiful People by Charles Beaumont Science Fiction Adventure: Charles Beaumont
The Fire People by Ray Cummings Science Fiction Adventure: Ray Cummings
A magical tale that can be used as an introduction to natural law, See the Little People: An Enchanting Adventure introduces children to the realms of fairy that inspire us to use the tools we have within us to create joy even in our darkest hour. A family of elemental spirits we call the Little People live in the hollow of a tree. Join them and their friends as they venture us through the shadows of Snagwood Thicket and the magical kingdom of nature when they encounter a human boy lost in the woods. Arthur listens to the advice of Den, the wise oak tree; while, deep in the forest, Korrigan nymphs believe he is the king in their fairy legend and intend to turn him into a changeling to make him one of their own. Deetkatu and his Little People family seek the help of the trolls to save Arthur as he is forced to choose a path where he must realize the awareness of who he really is and what is most important in life. The Little People and their friends hope to instill wisdom of the natural world, to show us how we are responsible for our thoughts and emotions that create our reality. See the Little People: An Enchanting Adventure takes us through the elemental kingdom while a boy gets caught in the creation of his own imagination. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Chris DiSano-Davenport. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/063562/bk_acx0_063562_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Patagonia. The name connotes the exotic and a distance that seems nearly mythical. Tucked toward the toe of South America, this largely unsettled landscape is among the most varied and breathtaking in the world - aching in its beauty as it sweeps from the Andes through broad, arid steppes to pristine beaches and down to a famously violent sea. It is also home to a vast array of rare wildlife as diverse and fascinating as the region itself. Act III in Patagonia is the first book to take an in-depth look at wildlife and human interaction in this spectacular area of the world. Written by William Conway, former president of the Wildlife Conservation Society, the book is unique in its concentration on the long Patagonian shoreline - populated by colorful cormorants, penguins, elephant seals, dolphins, sea lions, and numerous species of whale - and an increasing number of human beings. Threatened by overfishing, invasive species, artificially abundant predators, and overgrazing, the Southern Cone of Patagonia is now the scene of a little-known conservation drama distinguished by the efforts of a dedicated group of local and foreign scientists determined to save one of the Earth´s least-inhabited places. From tracking elephant seals in the Atlantic to following flamingos in the Andes, Act III in Patagonia takes readers to the sites where real-life field science is taking place. It further illuminates the ecology of the region through a history that reaches from the time of the Tehuelche Indians known by Magellan, Drake, and Darwin to the present. Conway has helped to establish more than a dozen wildlife reserves in South America and is thus able not only to tell Patagonia´s history, but to address its future. He brings a wealth of knowledge about Patagonia and its wildlife and responds to the difficult questions of how the interests of humans and wildlife are best balanced. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Fajer Al-Kaisi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/014268/bk_adbl_014268_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.