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Start by marking “Amazon Planet (United Planets, #5)” as Want to Read: Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds was an American science fiction writer. His pen names included Clark Collins, Mark Mallory, Guy McCord, Dallas Ross and Maxine Reynolds.
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He was quite popular in the s, but most of his work subsequently went out of print. Many of MR's stories use SLP jargon such as 'Industrial Feudalism' and most deal with economic issues in some way Many of Reynolds' stories took place in Utopian societies, and many of which fulfilled L.
Zamenhof's dream of Esperanto used worldwide as a universal second language. His novels predicted much that has come to pass, including pocket computers and a world-wide computer network with information available at one's fingertips. Many of his novels were written within the context of a highly mobile society in which few people maintained a fixed residence, leading to "mobile voting" laws which allowed someone living out of the equivalent of a motor home to vote when and where they chose. Other books in the series.
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Showing of 18 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Did you know that you can hike, mountain bike, and kayak in most countries? You can, and that fact is verified in this book. Many, many countries are missing, including almost the entire Middle East. Israel and Palestine are lumped together on one page and are described as a place where you can hike, bike, and para-sail, just like everywhere else in the world! You can scuba dive in countries with ocean borders and rock climb in countries with mountain ranges.
That's the entire book in a nutshell.
Don't waste your money. Lots of pictures on every page and just enough text to help us decide if we want to go to experience the adventures described. I spent three months traveling all over Ireland and even out to the Aran Islands; I immediately turned to the Irish section of the book and now comment on some of the adventures mentioned in the text that I experienced first hand.
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Dingle is suggested as a destination and I agree. Dingle is old Ireland, Irish is spoken, the landscape is rough and beautiful, the sea is gorgeous, and the people are among the friendliest in the world.
Get out of the car or off the bike from time to time and explore the ruins of the ancient beehive huts and marvel how people could have lived in them. I could go on and on about Ireland for the country is an outdoor adventure from Donegal in the north to Cork in the south. Go in the summer, but bring rain gear. Did I mention that the Irish are the friendliest people in the world! Our text recommends the active volcano in Sicily, Mount Etna as a place to explore and I agree and also recommend using Taormina, not far from the volcano, as a base camp.
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We stayed for two weeks at a beautiful villa overlooking the straits of Messina and from there began our walking tour of Sicily, a mountainous island with spectacular views of the sea, Greek and Roman ruins to explore, and trails that will test your courage and stamina. We have been to many countries but few have food that rivals what you will find everywhere in Italy. Everything is fresh and perfectly prepared. Florence is also a great walking city and much of the historic center is closed off to cars. My guess is that readers who buy this book are going to be anxious to plan their next trip for a special adventure.
The Atlas of Adventure is not meant to be the last word, but just a starting off point for readers to decide where to go and then get books that give more detail about a special destination. I would be remiss if I did not suggest America first and San Diego, mentioned in the book, as a starting off place for a drive up the Pacific Coast Highway to San Francisco, a wonderful adventure with many places to stop along the way, perhaps for a swim or to hike some mountain trails.
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Readers can travel the world and not find a more beautiful or adventurous trip than up the California coast; spectacular is the only word to describe it. I love traveling, but since I became handicapped, my frequent flyer miles have all expired, and I don't get any "stay at home" miles. Nothing has changed, from Lonely Planet's point of view.
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They still go everywhere, scope out everything and anything you want to see or do, and present it in a way that gives a slightly wimpy traveler like myself confidence. But not enough to make me want to do some of this stuff. The book outlines and talks you into ish different outdoor "adventure" which usually means dangerous things to do. Even when I was healthy, there was no way I would Paraglide in Iceland, or anywhere else for that matter.
But, I would love to try a Zipline adventure through the rainforest, and this book tells me all the wheres and hows. Mostly, though it's for sitting together on the sofa, glasses of wine in hand, and going through the book with your favorite travel buddy. You can either dream about all the adventures like me or go find the most dangerous ones and do them I hear my brother calling. This book ignites the dreams, and if you decide a particular adventure or location is right for you, I promise that Lonely Planet will have a detailed guidebook of that location that will act as your knowledgeable friend, the one who goes everywhere and scopes out locations for you.
Now, all I have to do is find a doctor who will give me the okay to try a Zip Line! Everyone knows the Lonely Planet brand and the books that they are synonymous with. So the book does favor heavily traveled tourist spots while literally paying lip service to the equally exotic but less worn paths to undeveloped countries. Heck even China gets the shaft here.. For a coffee table book, it would be terrific. Every page oozes quality and some of the photographs are mesmerizing.
What would have made this book even better was include names of some reputable outfitters in each country and base it on TripAdvisor and Google reviews. Also put some effort into unearthing cool trips in remote countries like Seychelles or Mongolia. That would have launched it to 5 stars based on how informative I find the outfitter ratings For the current iteration of the book, I will give it 4 stars. See all 18 reviews.
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