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Lost In Laos

Global traveller Lydia Laube had out her map again. Where could she go next? Her eye fell on one place she hadn't visited - Laos, the Land of a Million Elephants. After enduring a close call with Thai immigration officials, Lydia made it into Laos, and discovered a people and land easy to love. Travelling by boat, tuk tuk or any other means possible, she experienced the majesty of the Mekong River...

File Size: 647 KB
Print Length: 224 pages
Publisher: Wakefield Press (February 28, 2012)
Publication Date: February 28, 2012
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B007F3TBSM
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This is a great book, I wish there were more like it out there. I liked the pacing of the story and since it's told from Lauren's point of view, we get to find out what's going on right along with Lauren (though I'm sure many a reader saw the truth coming from a mile away). It’s one thing to know sales; it’s another thing to teach sales and live sales. ebook Lost In Laos Pdf. We focus primarily on positive stories and avoid series with less appropriate language or attitudes. I love the characters and the home town feel of the story line. It is on my read again and again and again list. Imagine how dangerous a LOT of knowledge is. This is a interesting study into the various versions of the printed bible as it stands today. I heard about its release and had it mailed from Nove Scotia to me here in New Hampshire.
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“I have always been a fan of Lydia Laube since I read her first book, Behind the Veil. I've since read all her books and find them a lightheaded read offering laughs and an insight into the countries she visits.She might not be a Rhodes Scholar, and h...”

the awe-inspiring Caves of the Buddha and the mysterious Plains of Jars. Pink umbrella aloft, nothing could daunt our lone traveller - not even fire and flood. 'Lost in Laos' is Lydia's eighth book in a series of amusing and informative travel books. 'Read twenty-six short chapters (stories) ... from "Land of a Million Elephants", through "Temples and tuk tuks", "Watch out your hairs", "Sin days", and "Have umbrella, will travel", finally "Into the Golden Triangle". Each one captivates, explains, and urges you to read on, what is the same connects and what is different amplifies.' - Bonzer Online Magazine. 'Delightful armchair travel book.' - Chronicle