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Day 14: Pokhara to Kathmandu – The Day of Ambulance Ride

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. I woke up with engorged eyes, buffed knee, and a horrible feeling in my gut. Belal had already advised me that I shouldn’t tell them back home (namely mom and Khaled) about my knee, when I called mom this morning to say hello, she kept asking about who fell because she could “sense” something was wrong! Mom is spooky that…

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Day 10: Duerali to ABC – The Day we Reached the Top

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. “Oh Sh*t, get up” I thought as vision returned, Belal, Maha & Dr. Ramzi faces slowly coming into focus as if fading in from a whole white screen. “Get up, get up get up” urged my inner voice as I tried to get up mumbling I’m OK while they insisted that I keep laying down. Hyper-ventilating, trembling and dry-mouthed as…

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The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable

This is one of the few books I read that I would call “Perspective-altering” where it forces you to look at things from a whole different angel, and deal with them in a different way than you once did.

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The Starfish & The Spider… The unstopable power of leaderless organizations…

You know when you read one of those small books, and you start wondering how come I never looked at things from this angel, and why didn’t I think of that? This book does a great job in highlighting what you’ve always known, and never knew you’ have!

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The PMOSIG Program Management Office Handbook: Strategic and Tactical Insights for Improving Results

Excellent book which is the collective effort of a number of people, and put in a great formatting by both Craig and Dennis. Recommended for people with good knowledge of Organizational Project Management.

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo!

I have really confused feelings about this book. The idea that it was a huge success and best seller for ever is a bit shocking to me, not that it’s not good, because it is, but it’s sooooo… what’s the right word for what I’m thinking of: Disturbing! I don’t want to throw away the main plot of the book, I liked a lot how the writer kept the reader interested and reading until the very last page, and how it also left a couple…

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How to: Upload new eBooks to your Nook

If you have got a bunch of free, nice eBooks in ePUB format you got from the internet that you wish to download to your Nook without using the BN software (especially if you reside outside the US), then follow the simple steps below: P.S. You can find all the old classics in ePUB format free of charge from sites such as The Gutenberg Project! Also, here’s the #1 most downloaded classic novel “Pride & Prejudice: Jane Austen” 1. Download the files locally to your…

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It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want to Be: The World’s Best Selling Book

Great little book.If you’re thinking that you will get something new, totally revolutionary, and out of the box, you will be very disappointed. The advise and ideas in the book are very widely known, things you already do, and in most cases, the author keeps repeating himself.However, its really sweet, easy read, and provides a great positive reenforcement to you, and assures you that you will get your desired success.I recomend this book to anyone from fresh grads to seasoned executives.

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