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Navy Island Jamaica XO Reserve Rum 40% Vol. 0,7...
28,74 € *
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(48,30 EUR/l) Navy Island Rum XO Reserve ist ein "small batch" Jamaica Rum, der aus verschiedenen ausgesuchten Rums besteht, welche alle traditionell in Jamaica in Potstills gebrannt und anschließend miteinander vermählt wurden.Die verwendeten Rums stammen au

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Navy Island Jamaica Navy Strength Rum 57% Vol. ...
38,65 € *
zzgl. 5,90 € Versand

(64,96 EUR/l) Navy Island Rum XO Reserve ist ein "small batch" Jamaica Rum, der aus verschiedenen ausgesuchten Rums besteht, welche alle traditionell in Jamaica in Potstills gebrannt und anschließend miteinander vermählt wurden.Die verwendeten Rums stammen au

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Martin Millers Gin Westbourne Strength 45,2% 0,7 L
35,90 € *
zzgl. 5,90 € Versand

(51,29 EUR/l) Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength ist ein sehr edler Gin aus dem Herzen Englands. Destilliert wird Martin Millers Gin wie ein edler Single Malt Whisky im Batch Verfahren. Zur Herstellung wird reinstes Gletscherwasser aus Island eingesetzt, das dem Gin e

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PRIVATE Pineapple Tasting: Coffee, Farm, Winery...
563,14 € *
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We'll start the day with your choice of either hand roasted coffee or imported small batch tea. We'll then follow the story of the world famous Maui Gold Pineapple from the Hali’imaile Pineapple plantation to THREE award winning purveyors. Along the way, learn how each of these masterful artisans is turning pineapple’s liquid gold into unique island-inspired craft beverages. Break midday for a locally sourced, lunch at the elegant and irresistible Hali’imaile General Store. Delicious craft food and beverages await you at every stop on this unforgettable full-day tasting tour!

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Waiheke Daily Boutique Wine Tour
80,20 € *
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Our guide will get you onboard our bus with panoramic windows for uninterrupted viewing of the gorgeous sites on Waiheke Island. You will see plenty of the Island on this tour and experience gorgeous wines, and learn a lot about Waiheke from our experienced NZ Tour Guides. We will visit 4 gorgeous boutique Vineyards on this tour. One of which you will have lunch. You will start tasting wine as soon as 11 am you will get to try at least 15 wines on the day from 3 very different Vineyards. These vineyards are generally Goldie Estate, Thomas Batch, Mudbrick, and Kennedy Point. If you would like a private boutique tour go into our private tour section.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Zahir Uddin Ahmed
29,00 € *
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Vice Admiral Zahir Uddin Ahmed, (ND), ndc, psc (born 1957) is the present Chief of Staff of Bangladesh Navy. He is preceded by Vice Admiral Sarwar Jahan Nizam ndu, psc, BN. Admiral Zahir was born in 1957 at Kapasia upazilla under Gazipur District. He is the son of renowned social worker, Late Shafiuddin Ahmed. Admiral Zahir joined Bangladesh Navy in July 1976 as an Officer Cadet. He is a proud member of the pioneer batch of Bangladesh Navy. After finishing his training successfully, he graduated with distinction from United Kingdom's Brittania Royal Naval College, Dartmouth and thus earned his commission. In his long naval career he took various training from Netherlands, Pakistan, China and USA. The Admiral completed his specialization in Navigation and Direction (ND) from Pakistan. Admiral Zahir graduated from Defence Services Command and Staff College, Dhaka, and subsequently graduated as the class valedictorian from US Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island. The Admiral also completed his NDC from National Defence College, Mirpur.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Wednesday After Lunch
33,90 CHF *
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Will Walker has written a collection of poems so intelligent and clear that reading them I wake up-and find myself alive in the world. This is what art can do-and every time it happens it's a miracle. Here is a miraculous book-awake to what the Buddhists call the 'full catastrophe' of living right now. If you want to feel yourself alive and in great company, buy this book and read it, and then pass it on. -Marie Howe, author of The Kingdom of Ordinary Time T here is a calm meditative grace to the poems in Will Walker's Wednesday After Lunch. His is a narrative 'in the American grain,' to use William Carlos Williams' phrase. While some are quiet lyric poems of love of landscape and streetscape and quite human dogs, and some of a sweet domestic love, even asleep, a man and his wife 'on your own side/of the bed/ split neatly into neighboring countries,' Walker's work has that very American room for Khrushchev at the UN pounding his shoe, and rhinestones, and Monopoly, and Jack Ruby, and Marilyn Monroe. In a tour de force of a poem, he writes of a dream of a bonfire, a barbecue on the flats in Provincetown, everyone from his Edenic past reunited, and 'even the ocean loves to gather by fire.' These are poems to warm yourself by. -Gail Mazur, author of Zeppo's First Wife I W f you want a batch of poems that are consistently good, if you consistently enjoy the poems of, say, Billy Collins or William Stafford or Sharon Olds, and if you were inclined to take any one of them with you to a desert island, mountain retreat, or simply to your own home, you may find yourself content in the company of Will Walker's poems. All things being relative in poetry, these poems tend toward the precise and the astounding; these are most often 'stories' told with attention to where any parts of the story are likely to lead the reader, digression to detour and closer inspection to wider perspective: like the diagram of the city containing the aroma and curiosity of time before you-past, future, present! The subjects journey, Italo Calvino-like, from what summons to what will not go away. In the space of these poems, there's a lot that won't go away and only some things, ephemeral by day, that are preserved as in a ghost-town you are happy to re-visit because when you do you, like the poet, will become closer to your nature. -Peter Money, editor and publisher of Harbor Mountain Press W ill Walker's poems are vivid, poignant, often funny, and always big-hearted. He writes with a keen eye, a generous heart, and an expansive spirit, both embracing the everyday and transcending it. His poems always make me see with new eyes. They are love poems to the world. -Thea Sullivan, poet and teacher of The Intuitive Voice

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Jaclyn Hyde
15,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

In this heartwarming and hilarious reimagining of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a secret potion accidentally turns eager-to-please eighth grader Jaclyn into Jackie, a goblin-like monster who’ll do anything to win at everything she does—no matter how much chaos she creates along the way. Jaclyn Hyde is almost perfect. Whether she’s baking cookies for her classmates, building a replica Mt. Vesuvius for the science fair, or practicing her lines for Fog Island: The Musical, she almost never makes mistakes. But when she discovers the last batch of perfection potion in an abandoned laboratory, Jaclyn decides that being almost perfect isn’t perfect enough anymore. But instead she finds out that trying to be perfectly perfect isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. In fact, it’s downright horrifying. The potion turns Jaclyn into Jackie, a goblin-like monster who’ll do anything to make sure Jaclyn comes out on top. Suddenly, she’s wreaking havoc on the school play, stealing someone else’s brownies to pass off as her own, and even destroying someone’s painting to get herself crowned  “Artist of the Week.” And that’s just the beginning. Jackie will stop at nothing to make sure everyone knows just how perfect Jaclyn really is. So now, if Jaclyn wants to save her school, her friends, and herself from her perfectly horrifying alter-ego, she’s going to have to screw up her courage and risk it all—even if that means admitting that she never was as perfect as she seemed. Annabeth Bondor-Stone and Connor White, the authors of Time Tracers and the Shivers series, bring their signature wit and humor to this thrilling new take on The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde—just right for anyone who’s ever wished to be more perfect.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Wednesday After Lunch
17,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

Will Walker has written a collection of poems so intelligent and clear that reading them I wake up-and find myself alive in the world. This is what art can do-and every time it happens it's a miracle. Here is a miraculous book-awake to what the Buddhists call the 'full catastrophe' of living right now. If you want to feel yourself alive and in great company, buy this book and read it, and then pass it on. -Marie Howe, author of The Kingdom of Ordinary Time T here is a calm meditative grace to the poems in Will Walker's Wednesday After Lunch. His is a narrative 'in the American grain,' to use William Carlos Williams' phrase. While some are quiet lyric poems of love of landscape and streetscape and quite human dogs, and some of a sweet domestic love, even asleep, a man and his wife 'on your own side/of the bed/ split neatly into neighboring countries,' Walker's work has that very American room for Khrushchev at the UN pounding his shoe, and rhinestones, and Monopoly, and Jack Ruby, and Marilyn Monroe. In a tour de force of a poem, he writes of a dream of a bonfire, a barbecue on the flats in Provincetown, everyone from his Edenic past reunited, and 'even the ocean loves to gather by fire.' These are poems to warm yourself by. -Gail Mazur, author of Zeppo's First Wife I W f you want a batch of poems that are consistently good, if you consistently enjoy the poems of, say, Billy Collins or William Stafford or Sharon Olds, and if you were inclined to take any one of them with you to a desert island, mountain retreat, or simply to your own home, you may find yourself content in the company of Will Walker's poems. All things being relative in poetry, these poems tend toward the precise and the astounding; these are most often 'stories' told with attention to where any parts of the story are likely to lead the reader, digression to detour and closer inspection to wider perspective: like the diagram of the city containing the aroma and curiosity of time before you-past, future, present! The subjects journey, Italo Calvino-like, from what summons to what will not go away. In the space of these poems, there's a lot that won't go away and only some things, ephemeral by day, that are preserved as in a ghost-town you are happy to re-visit because when you do you, like the poet, will become closer to your nature. -Peter Money, editor and publisher of Harbor Mountain Press W ill Walker's poems are vivid, poignant, often funny, and always big-hearted. He writes with a keen eye, a generous heart, and an expansive spirit, both embracing the everyday and transcending it. His poems always make me see with new eyes. They are love poems to the world. -Thea Sullivan, poet and teacher of The Intuitive Voice

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 31.05.2020
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