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2-Day Moreton Island 4WD Camping Tour from Bris...
130,29 € *
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Explore Moreton Island in two-days. Travel by 4WD from Brisbane, enjoy pristine beaches, snorkeling ship wrecks, sand tobogganing on giant sand dunes and overnight camping. This Moreton Island 4WD camping tour is pure fun and will leave you with plenty of memories. This tour operates with a maximum of 10 people, ensuring you’ll enjoy a small-group experience your expert guide.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 23.11.2020
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Battlefield 4 PC Origin Key GLOBAL
6,58 € *
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The roar of high-caliber guns, the shouted orders of your squad leader, and the dread of seeing a building fall apart beneath your feet. These are the experiences waiting for you in DICE's Battlefield 4. Participate in battles waged all over the world and secure the victory for your allies.Levolution of warfareStatic maps are a thing of the past. In Battlefield 4 maps have earth-shattering events. Whether occurring naturally or triggered by the player, once they happen they are game-changers. A skyscraper falls down on the city, a town is flooded by water, a monsoon hits while a massive ship crashes into a small island. When either of them happens, be ready to adjust your approach accordingly, or the enemy will have the advantage.Flexible classesPick a class and make it your own. Battlefield 4 (PC) doesn't lock you into a predefined loadout which limits your playstyle. Make your Recon into something other than a sniper. Get a shotgun or an SMG, changing you from a long-distance support to a CQC reconnaissance expert. Every class can be more than you expect of it, because now they are defined more by gadgets than weapons.Engaging singleplayer campaignWelcome to year 2020, when a new great war erupted between nations of the world. You are Sgt. Daniel "Reck" Recker, a member of a U.S. Marine Core Squad called Tombstone. You need to stop an overly ambitious admiral from a coup d’état, and that's just the setup.Listen to your squadmates' relaxed chatter during quieter times, and coordinate with them to take down your enemies. One way or another, your squad will have your back at all times.Exciting multiplayerBattlefield 4 gameplay shines the brightest in its multiplayer. Engage in battles with up to 32 players per side, and in different, carefully designed modes. Conquest takes the battles to the land, air, and sea in fights for flags and enemy extinction. Domination is just like Conquest, but focused on infantry combat. Obliteration will have you retrieve bombs and detonate them at your enemies' key strategic locations. These are but a handful of exciting modes waiting for you in the game.Rewarding teamworkBF4 for PCis as much about accuracy as it is about working with your team. Helping your squad nets all of you Field Upgrades which vastly improve your efficiency during the match. Squad leaders can coordinate with a Commander who oversees the tides of battle. Multiplayer rewards respecting the chain of command and contributing to war efforts, like few games do.Glorious destructionIn addition to levolution, game has a dynamic damage model allowing you to reshape the levels in many different, yet always destructive ways. Drive a tank through a house to see it crumble around you. Tear down a wall with grenades, or knock the supports from under a building with a rocket launcher. Create new avenues of approach and surprise your happily camping enemies.

Anbieter: G2A
Stand: 23.11.2020
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The Voyage of the James Caird , Hörbuch, Digita...
9,95 € *
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Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton (1874 - 1922) was a polar explorer who led three British expeditions to the Antarctic. 'The Voyage of the James Caird' is the story of Shackleton's 1916 failed attempt at a crossing of Antarctica from sea to sea via the pole. The expedition turned to disaster when Shackleton's ship, Endurance, became trapped in pack ice and was slowly crushed. The crew escaped by camping on the sea ice until it disintegrated, then by launching the lifeboats to reach Elephant Island. From there a party led by Shackleton set sail for the inhabited island of South Georgia, a stormy ocean voyage of 720 nautical miles and Shackleton's most famous exploit. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cathy Dobson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/redd/001006/bk_redd_001006_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 23.11.2020
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Every Little Thing in the World , Hörbuch, Digi...
9,95 € *
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Sixteen-year-old Sydney Biggs is a “good kid”— smart, pretty, self-aware. No one doubts that she’ll go far in life. But lately her mother worries that Sydney is wandering down the wrong path and getting all caught up in petty teenage rebellion and shenanigans. When Sydney and her best friend, Natalia, “borrow” a car to go to a party and then get escorted home by the police, their parents pack them up and ship them off to a hard-love wilderness camp to stop this behavior before it gets out of hand, before things go too far. The problem is, they already have.Sydney the “good kid” is pregnant.In the wilds of Canada—where the girls are to spend the next four weeks canoeing, camping, and foraging for food—time is ticking, because Sydney isn’t sure what she wants to do about this baby. And she certainly isn’t expecting the other heady issues that will confront her as she forges friendships with her adventure mates, not to mention her own best friend—who is very adamant about what Sydney should do. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Abby Craden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/lili/001137/bk_lili_001137_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 23.11.2020
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Missee Lee: Swallows and Amazons Series, Book 1...
9,95 € *
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For anyone who loves sailing and adventure, Arthur Ransome's classic Swallows and Amazons series stands alone. Originally published over a half-century ago, the 12 books are still eagerly read by children and adults alike - by all those captivated by the world of adventure and imagination. Such longevity is not only due to Ransome’s unparalleled gift of storytelling, but also his championing of qualities such as independence and initiative; virtues that appeal to every generation, whether young or old. In Missee Lee, the original cast of the famed series is sailing under the stars and the command of Captain Flint in the South China Sea when Gibbet, their pet monkey, grabs the captain's cigar and drops it in the fuel tank. In minutes, the ship is ablaze (and doomed), and our seven luckless protagonists are adrift in two small boats. They make their way to land, only to find themselves the captives of one of the last remaining pirates operating off the China Coast. However, Missee Lee, as it turns out, is no ordinary pirate; her father had sent her off to Cambridge University to prepare her for a life as a teacher, but when he dies she finds herself struggling to hold together the Three Island Confederation (Tiger, Turtle, and Dragon) and to be recognised as his legitimate heir. Arthur Ransome was a prolific writer of children's books. Born in Leeds, in 1884, it was his father, a nature-loving history professor, who inspired his love of the outdoors and nurtured a passion for fishing. As a child he enjoyed active, outdoor holidays: sailing, camping, and exploring the countryside. He used many of these holiday settings for his children's stories, notably the much-loved Swallows and Amazons, a book that sits comfortably in the category of ‘timeless classic’. In 1936 he won the first ever Carnegie Medal for the sixth book in the Swallows & Amazons series, Pigeon Post. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gareth Armstrong. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/011959/bk_adbl_011959_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 23.11.2020
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Winter In St. Louis
45,90 CHF *
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This book tells of family life in an age past. Being an avid reader and history buff, it reminds me of stories and events that my grandmother told me about during her lifetime. It is my hope that readers enjoy the book as much as I did. Thanks, John! Jonna H. Hochhalter - Wishek, ND I truly enjoyed the opportunity of proofreading John's book. It was very interesting to see how he was able to tell the story using those private journals that he received. It's no wonder that he's received inquiries from readers asking if they are true stories. John brings the hardships and joys that the characters experienced back when Western America was expanding. Thanks. Mrs. (Rev. Lyle) Ruth Klemz - Lehr, ND I think this is a book for all ages. It tells of a time when our America was just beginning to expand its horizons to the western part of the US in 1849 - 1850. The story shows the hardships of travelers and other people on the rivers. A great, clean story that has appropriate language for anyone, no bad words. This book has so many good short stories, you are bound to enjoy most of them. Please enjoy them, as we did. Thanks John. As summed up from others. Brought your-self over here and sit a spell and I'll tell you this story. A story that was captured from entries within many journals. There are so many good short stories to tell, the kind folks tell about grand fathers, grand mothers, the family black sheep, uncle, aunts, brothers, sisters, and school mates. You know, like good tails of hunting, fishing, camping, bad scary storms, of people's travels, and of odd situations. You know the kinds of stories told around the kitchen table, when the little kids are out playing, when relatives or visitors are sharing. Good stories sparked by a crackling campfire, that is remembered, old history and funny stories. Stories wrapped in the hot sun, or of food lost in the camp fire, in the wet and cold camp. Great stories are like beans, ones that stick to you. Stories shared with family and the rest of you readers to enjoy. For me and you, as the spelling, people's entry and wording, as me before you are the way the journals were written, I think it is best if it stays this way. In September of 1986, some of the journals were reviewed by a member of Lawton, OK. County Historical Commission who says, yes the journals was written about the 1850's. Without any extra funds for more research they were returned and later went to John. In 1987, following his nose for historical adventure from his home state Iowa and out to North Dakota, he went through the pages of journal history, and he decided to investigate. He found a grandparent's story for us all in this adventure. This story is compiled from many journals parts, written by the four children and other adults. It really started back in Iowa, in the spring of 1849 when two families, amalgamated; four deaths due to smallpox and the rest decide to move from Iowa, to St. Louis, and then move to Montana. Tells of their family adventures on the Mississippi and now their winter in Missouri. Stories that are suitable for all ages. This story part focuses on the remaining family, each is given a journal by their mother and they begin to record their daily life, people they reacted with, events and some more good adventures with their Uncle James West and some paddle wheeler captains. In a time when America was beginning to expand its into the northwest and tells of the lives of paddle wheeler Captains, ship crew, Indians and people, folks who lived next to the river. This was written to activate the imagination of folks of all ages. People may understand how to endure life's tragedies today. How folks, young and old, can endure life's tragedies and then leap for joy over each of their victories.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.11.2020
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Christopher Dinsdale's Historical Adventures 4-...
34,90 CHF *
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Warring Norsemen, treasure hidden on Oak Island, and mystical adventures on the Irish Isles. Journey through time with the historical adventures in this special four-book collection. Includes: Broken Circle Jesse, a twelve-year-old boy of Native American descent, grudgingly follows through with his deceased father's request that he join his uncle on a special camping trip. During their first night around the campfire, Jesse has a vision, and the adventure begins. Stolen Away Keira, kidnapped from Ireland by Vikings, is a slave living in legendary Vinland. Two native bands, the Beothuck and the Thule, are also fighting over the land, thrusting the Norsemen into war. While the Vikings search for a new home, an accident at sea leaves Keira miraculously saved by a Beothuck warrior. Betrayed: The Legend of Oak Island Connor MacDonald and his mother encounter Norwegian prince and Earl of Orkney Henry Sinclair, an adventurer who has sailed to the farthest reaches of the known world, who rescues them from highwaymen. Events soon lead Connor, now a squire, his friend Angus and Prince Henry to the shores of Vinland and to Oak Island. The Emerald Key Jamie Galway wakes up from a coma one morning in 1847 after a confrontation with British soldiers. His brother, Ryan, and the ancient Irish text they had sworn to protect are missing. Jamie learns that his brother has been thrown onto a ship bound for Canada, and he must cross the Atlantic to find his brother and the lost key.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.11.2020
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Paasch's Illustrated Marine Dictionary
14,99 € *
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Captain Heinrich Paasch was the first to recognize the complexity and variety in marine vocabulary and technical terminology and the inherent need for a cohesive classification of nautical terms. Equipped with over thirty-five years of seafaring experience, including as a sailor, captain, and as a Surveyor to Lloyd's Register, Paasch sets out, chapter by chapter, an exhaustive explanation of all the principal parts of a ship's structure and equipment. He describes the main types of steam and sailing vessels; wooden and iron hulls; propulsion machinery; anchors and related equipment; masts and spars; standing and running rigging, as well as sails, tackle, blocks and ropes. He concludes with knots, bends, hitches, and splices and finally provides a listing of standard measurements. Paasch's stated intention to describe a ship literally “From Keel to Truck” has been widely applauded as has his inclusion of the equivalent terms in French and German alongside the English. Each section is accompanied by dozens of high-quality line engravings to accompany the text and illustrate the terminology and concept described. First published in 1885, and an invaluable resource ever since, Captain Paasch’s dictionary is both a full encyclopedia and an unequaled introduction for anyone interested in steam and sailing ships, life aboard a ship, engineering, or simply understanding the language. Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Sports Publishing imprint, is proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in sports—books about baseball, pro football, college football, pro and college basketball, hockey, or soccer, we have a book about your sport or your team. In addition to books on popular team sports, we also publish books for a wide variety of athletes and sports enthusiasts, including books on running, cycling, horseback riding, swimming, tennis, martial arts, golf, camping, hiking, aviation, boating, and so much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 23.11.2020
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Winter In St. Louis
24,99 € *
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This book tells of family life in an age past. Being an avid reader and history buff, it reminds me of stories and events that my grandmother told me about during her lifetime. It is my hope that readers enjoy the book as much as I did. Thanks, John! Jonna H. Hochhalter - Wishek, ND I truly enjoyed the opportunity of proofreading John's book. It was very interesting to see how he was able to tell the story using those private journals that he received. It's no wonder that he's received inquiries from readers asking if they are true stories. John brings the hardships and joys that the characters experienced back when Western America was expanding. Thanks. Mrs. (Rev. Lyle) Ruth Klemz - Lehr, ND I think this is a book for all ages. It tells of a time when our America was just beginning to expand its horizons to the western part of the US in 1849 - 1850. The story shows the hardships of travelers and other people on the rivers. A great, clean story that has appropriate language for anyone, no bad words. This book has so many good short stories, you are bound to enjoy most of them. Please enjoy them, as we did. Thanks John. As summed up from others. Brought your-self over here and sit a spell and I'll tell you this story. A story that was captured from entries within many journals. There are so many good short stories to tell, the kind folks tell about grand fathers, grand mothers, the family black sheep, uncle, aunts, brothers, sisters, and school mates. You know, like good tails of hunting, fishing, camping, bad scary storms, of people's travels, and of odd situations. You know the kinds of stories told around the kitchen table, when the little kids are out playing, when relatives or visitors are sharing. Good stories sparked by a crackling campfire, that is remembered, old history and funny stories. Stories wrapped in the hot sun, or of food lost in the camp fire, in the wet and cold camp. Great stories are like beans, ones that stick to you. Stories shared with family and the rest of you readers to enjoy. For me and you, as the spelling, people's entry and wording, as me before you are the way the journals were written, I think it is best if it stays this way. In September of 1986, some of the journals were reviewed by a member of Lawton, OK. County Historical Commission who says, yes the journals was written about the 1850's. Without any extra funds for more research they were returned and later went to John. In 1987, following his nose for historical adventure from his home state Iowa and out to North Dakota, he went through the pages of journal history, and he decided to investigate. He found a grandparent's story for us all in this adventure. This story is compiled from many journals parts, written by the four children and other adults. It really started back in Iowa, in the spring of 1849 when two families, amalgamated; four deaths due to smallpox and the rest decide to move from Iowa, to St. Louis, and then move to Montana. Tells of their family adventures on the Mississippi and now their winter in Missouri. Stories that are suitable for all ages. This story part focuses on the remaining family, each is given a journal by their mother and they begin to record their daily life, people they reacted with, events and some more good adventures with their Uncle James West and some paddle wheeler captains. In a time when America was beginning to expand its into the northwest and tells of the lives of paddle wheeler Captains, ship crew, Indians and people, folks who lived next to the river. This was written to activate the imagination of folks of all ages. People may understand how to endure life's tragedies today. How folks, young and old, can endure life's tragedies and then leap for joy over each of their victories.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 23.11.2020
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