"BUDGET TRAVEL - The Ultimate Guide" shares an abundance of information for both the occasional traveller looking for great deals and discounts as well as anyone looking for long term travel and location independence. PART 1 - covers numerous ways to save BIG on airfare, accommodation, car rental and much more, including: - Mistake Airfares, finding Budget Airlines worldwide, booking free Stop-Overs in amazing cities, strategies for booking Round-The-World tickets - Travel Hacking: FREE flights anyone....? - How to find Rental Car Discount Coupons in seconds & a new trending form of inexpensive car rental that you probably never heard of.... - The most comprehensive resource for train travel anywhere in the world - Cruise Ship Discounts - Free Accomodation (yes, that exists....) - Where to find the best last minute offers - Appartment rental in Europe - a booking site that lets you earn miles for each hotel stay PART 2 - Getting Paid to Travel! shows numerous ways to work abroad and earn a living while travelling, including: - Cruise Ships & Private Yachts - National Parks - Adventure Guide - NGOs - Teaching English Abroad and much more... PART 3 - continues the theme of location dependence with a multitude of advice for becoming a Digital Nomad and Online Entrepeneurship. Working online provides the freedom to live anywhere in the world and explore ever new cultures and regions. This section covers many different forms of building a freelance business - even if you think you have no relevant skills.... Also, advice on how to start a travel blog and score discounts and free trips as well as a solid income for years to come. PART 4 - covers additional resources from Travel Insurance to helpful Travel Apps, Visa Applications and Safety Tips. Written by a Digital Nomad & Travel Blogger with many years of first-hand experience, this book will provide all the tools you need to create amazing travel adventures for yourself and your family without spending a fortune and - if that's your dream - the tools to become a long term traveller, free to go wherever you wish with sound strategies for financial sustenance that can keep you travelling for years to come.
This book focuses on yoga's transcultural dissemination in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In the course of this process, the term "yoga" has been associated with various distinctive blends of mental and physical exercises performed in order to achieve some sort of improvement, whether understood in terms of esotericism, fitness, self-actualization, body aesthetics, or health care. The essays in this volume explore some of the turning points in yoga's historico-spatial evolution and their relevance to its current appeal. The authors focus on central motivations, sites, and agents in the spread of posture-based yoga as well as on its successive (re-)interpretation and diversification, addressing questions such as: Why has yoga taken its various forms? How do time and place influence its meanings, social roles, and associated experiences? How does the transfer into new settings affect the ways in which yogic practice has been conceptualized as a system, and on what basis is it still identified as (Indian) yoga? The initial section of the volume concentrates on the re-evaluation of yoga in Indian and Western settings in the first half of the twentieth century. The following chapters link global discourses to particular local settings and explore meaning production at the micro-social level, taking Germany as the focal site. The final part of the book focuses on yoga advertising and consumption across national, social, and discursive boundaries, taking a closer look at transnational and deterritorialized yoga markets, as well as at various classes of mobile yoga practitioners.
How can I thrive while I travel? What can I bring to help me maintain my health? How can I best manage sleep while crossing time zones? Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, Travel Balance offers a simple guide on how to stay healthy and balanced while on your trip. World traveler and Naturopath John Ayo shares a wide variety of health tips on some of the best foods to eat, natural supplements to take, some easy ways to exercise, how to reduce stress, get better sleep, and for those long international flights, how to alleviate jetlag. He also offers some natural remedies for some of the most common illness symptoms that can happen while traveling. From preparing for your trip, to traveling to your destination, enjoying your trip, to returning home, Travel Balance is a step-by-step, health and wellness guide that shows you some unique ways to stay balanced and healthy while you travel. "This book is a must for every traveler! I travel internationally quite often and there a so many tips in this book to keep you healthy during your trip. I believe in natural solutions and this guide provides a comprehensive approach to stay healthy naturally while traveling." Esther Ferre, IBM General Manager "Whether one travels constantly for business or just wants to feel their best on that special vacation, this book will have effective tips on how to feel great while doing it well!" Dr. Paul Collett, DC "I travel on over 100 flights every year. Frequent travelers need a system to ensure maximum personal productivity while on the road. Corporations want their employees healthy while they represent the company across the globe. It simply makes financial sense. John's natural approach is a system that works to keep the mind and body healthy and fresh while on the road." Bob Jones, Area Vice President, Midwest Business Unit, IBM Corporation
Corruption is a major issue in international trade. A recent report estimated the global cost to be in the range of $1,000 billion per annum. As a result, the past decade has seen a flurry of activity on the international front which has led to the emergence of a number of international and regional instruments. Increasingly lawyers, legislators and policy makers at the national level are being called upon to introduce and deal with legislative measures. This book examines the legal framework for combatting corruption as it relates to international trade. The volume provides an in-depth analysis of the current legislative (formal and informal) framework and suggests further improvements in the fight against corruption. While the approach is to some extent doctrinal, the book draws upon research on corruption in other disciplines such as economics, development studies, politics and philosophy in assessing and proposing improvements to the current regime. This title provides policy makers, practitioners and the academic community with a comprehensive and pertinent analysis of the current legal framework alongside making suggestions for further improvements.
Traveling light is simply a better, more hassle-free way to go: you'll expend less energy by not hauling a heavy bag and less time searching through multiple bags to remember where you put that city map! With less to pack up at the end of your vacation, you can squeeze every last memorable moment out of your trip. Ultimately, you'll spend less time worrying and more time enjoying. You will also be following the advice of Antoine de Saint-Exupery, a famous aviator of the early 20th century, who once said: "He who would travel happily must travel light."