Footprint Thailand

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Footprint Handbooks, 2007 - Travel - 751 pages
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This fully revised sixth edition is the essential guide to the country where Buddhism meets hedonism. Packed with practical, detailed, and thoroughly researched travel information from expert authors who know the country intimately, this book has it all: the hill tribes of the North contining their age-old traditions, tranquil villages and the ruins of ancient kingdoms, and high-powered shopping malls and clubs in the loud, bustling streets of Chiang Mai and Bangkok. The guide offers a complete rundown of activities, including diving, rafting, riding, and massage and spa therapies. Footprint Thailand is the perfect companion for travelers wanting to see Thailand's many renowned sights, as well as for those desiring to depart the beaten path and discover their own personal paradise.

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Andrew Spooner is a feature, travel and sports writer and photographer. His work has appeared regularly in the Independent on Sunday, the Independent, the Guardian, the Observer, GQ and Dive.

William A. Ringler, Jr. (1912-1987), best known for his definitive edition of the "Poems of Sir Philip Sidney" (1962), was also highly regarded for a wide range of studies in English Renaissance literature, including bibliographies of half of the major and all of the minor Tudor poets for the "New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature" (1974). "The Bibliography and Index of English Verse, 1476-1558" (1988), based on his research in poetic manuscripts, was published shortly after his death.
Michael Flachmann, a former student of William Ringler's at the University of Chicago, is now a professor of English at California State University, Bakersfield, where he specializes in literature of the English Renaissance. He has published six books and numerous articles on Shakespeare and related topics.

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