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In diesen Rucksack passt wirklich alles hinein – egal ob Schulbücher, Proviant für den Tagesausflug, oder die täglichen Utensilien für die Arbeit. Im Backpack-Rucksack aus dem Hause DOGO finden Ihre Habseligkeiten den richtigen Platz. Immer mit dabei: der unvergleichbare DOGO-Style, denn mit diesem schicken Rucksack fallen Sie garantiert auf. Sie sind mit dem Backpack nicht nur stylisch unterwegs, der Rucksack ist zudem auch sehr praktisch. Ein separates Fach an der Vorderseite sorgt für die nötige Ordnung und zwei seitliche Taschen bieten Platz für Getränke oder einen Regenschirm. Artikeleigenschaften: Verschluss: Reißverschluss Materialzusammensetzung: Obermaterial: Polyester(Sonstiges Material) Weitere Hinweise • Handgefertigt • 100% Vegan • Nachhaltig produziert
The wonderful first novel from the critically acclaimed author of The Sleeper and The Sisterhood. It´s New Year´s Day and the year isn´t kicking off well for Tansy: her mother´s dead, she´s a cocaine addict and her boyfriend has just left her. A trip around the world seems like the only option except that she´s not interested in seeing the world, just escaping from it, and the last people she wants to hang out with are backpackers. Like a lot of travellers on the Lonely-Planet-led Asian Grand Tour, Tansy is intensely irritating at first. Always on the look out for the ´´real´´ Vietnam--the one in which she can walk around ´´like a model, fanning myself gently, strolling into ancient temples and learning about inner peace´´--she is opinionated, narrow-minded and remarkably naive (for a supposed media luvvy). Once she has shrugged off her addiction to lines of coke, skinny lattes and Nicole Fahri jumpers, she becomes more appealing. So by the time she´s fallen for Max, a fellow traveller, she´ll have won you over and you´ll be just as worried as she is about the serial killer who appears to be on her trail. Emily Barr has written columns and travel pieces for the Observer and the Guardian for several years, and her previous novels have all been critically acclaimed. She lives in Cornwall with her husband and three children. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Emma Fenney. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/019690/bk_adbl_019690_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Most people land on their feet. I land on my face. And with that Ken La Salle begins his second autobiographical monologue. But while That Olympic Peninsula Layby put two people at odds with each other, Ken is The World´s Worst Backpacker all by himself. From the encroaching urbanity of Irvine Park in Southern California to the remote thoroughfare that is the Pacific Crest Trail, decades of disastrous treks should have given him a clue. They didn´t. All of those disasters stayed with him. And now, with his tongue planted in a very dry cheek (possibly his own), he shares them with you. The World´s Worst Backpacker is for anyone who has gone on a day hike, picked up a backpack, or walked for a few days in the middle of nowhere. Ken´s stories are not just cautionary tales; they´re the kind of tales all backpackers (and would-be backpackers) acquire if they don´t stop soon enough. They´re the kind of tales that leave you wondering, ´´Am I the worst person at this?´´ when you start and thankful you´re not when the story ends. With music by Josh Woodward, Ken tears the stigma off being the worst. Now you can be, too! After all, we can´t all be the best, but we can be the worst. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ken La Salle. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bigh/000800/bk_bigh_000800_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.