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Travel Aids - Audio Books

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

Are you traveling to Southeast Asia alone? Silence is fine. It allows one to watch the scenery. Yet, there are times when silence is not golden. This is the time for audio books.

Buy books on tape. Listen to a great book while flying to Southeast Asia. Frequent fliers know every flight movie. I remember trying to make a film which I had viewed earlier interesting by listening to it in a different language. Boring!

Invest in a couple of audio tapes. Films on the local trains and buses are in the local language. If you are not familiar with the language, then it is one long ride.

Audio books are sold in bookstores. Rent one from the local library. Remember, they are a fine way to past time while traveling throughout Southeast Asia.

Want to listen to a book while in the car? Try the Harry Potter audio CD or cassette.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Audio Book at Amazon.com

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This content was written by Taisha Turner. If you wish to use this content in any manner, you need written permission. Contact Hanny Suriadi for details.

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