The handy pocket-size guide is packed with useful information, tips and recommendations, accompanied by colour photographs, charts and maps for the first-time traveller who wants to experience the major highlights that the Philippines has to offer. This travel book surpasses other guides in that it incorporates essential information in an easy-to-carry and easy-to-read format that is attractive and useful at the same time. It provides a visitor with an invaluable introduction to the Philippines by concisely highlighting the country’s ‘must see’ areas in a practical and user-friendly format, thus encouraging the tourist to make the most of his/her available time. All the essential information you need to get around an unfamiliar country is compacted into useful and practical ‘At-a-Glance’ sections at the end of each chapter. The fold-out map of the Philippines is ideal for tourists and visitors. In addition to the main map of the Philippines, it features 7 detailed area maps and 6 town plans.
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Chapter 1 Growing up in the bosom of the church
Chapter 2 Professional development
Chapter 3 The discovery of autism and the search to understand it
Chapter 4 Unnatural children
Chapter 5 Encapsulation and entanglement
Chapter 6 Mental cataclysm and black holes
Chapter 7 The frontiers of consciousness
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