Saikotei is a building dating from 1877. Originally a luxurious tradition Japanese restaurant, it has been restored and is now a beautiful place for citizen exchange and artworks displays like calligraphies.In this place full of history, wear a kimono and take memorable photos in the building and outside in the garden and the streets. The staff is here to help you wear it at your best. With friends or family, it will definitely bring your unforgettable memories.・ Please send the participants’ height and foot size 2 days before by mail at ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’・ Kimonos for kids are only available in those sizes Girls : 100-140cm, Boys : 110-120cm
Shot in 1938 Too Much Johnson was Welles’ first feature, the film that helped him hone his craft and led him to create to the masterpiece that is Citizen Kane. The footage was presumed destroyed in a fire in Welles’ home in 1971 but was recently rediscovered in Italy and the restored 66 mins version makes its UK DVD debut. Too Much Johnson is an elaborate 1890s farce of mistaken identity. Cuckolded husband Dathis (Edgar Barrier) is on the tale of a man named Billings (Joseph Cotten), who has been having an affair with Dathis’s wife (Arlene Francis). Billings flees by ship to Cuba, where now also hiding from his own wife (Ruth Ford) and mother-in-law (Mary), he adopts the identity of a plantation owner named Johnson, who is expecting a mail-order bride. Orson Welles plays a Keystone Kop. Cast and Crew: Orson Welles / Virginia Nicholson / Edgar Barrier / Joseph Cotton / Arlene Francis / Ruth Ford. Directed by Orson Welles. Awards and Reviews: National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA 2014 – Archival Award ‘A gleeful experiment in silent cinema pastiche’ - The Guardian / ‘An unanticipated delight’ - Variety / ‘The film is far more than a curiosity; it’s a major rediscovery, one that deeply traces the roots of Welles’s art, both stylistically and thematically’ The New Yorker
Rachel Carson spent much of her life being treated as a second class citizen. When her well-to-do uncle died and left her penniless, she had no choice but to find a mail-order husband. She could only hope and pray he would be a kind and gentle man that she could spend her life getting to know and love. Tom Kinney had a bit of a bad rap around town, but that wasn't about to stop his entrepreneurial spirit. Tom decided he would work hard promoting his new hardware store and find a wife to help settle his reputation down. When Rachel arrived in Durango, Tom could not help but wonder why she chose to be a mail-order bride. Was she running from something, or did she just need a home? Will Tom and Rachel find love and friendship when they least expect it? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Leonor A. Woodworth. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/056745/bk_acx0_056745_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Discover the key to cheap living in an RV as a senior citizen Are you a senior citizen contemplating living the RV life? Have you had the longing to live in the great outdoors, but could never do so before retiring? Does living the RV life call to you, but you feel like you are constricted by your Social Security checks? I, George Lee, will share the secrets of living in an RV full-time as a senior citizen, using just your Social Security income. Note: This bundle contains two audiobooks. Audiobook 1: Retire into an RV with Social Security: How to Use Social Security to Live in an RV Full Time Audiobook 2: RV Living for Senior Citizens: How to Start and Manage Full Time RV Living as a Retiree over the Age of 60 In this audiobook you will discover: How to figure out your monthly RVing budget based on your Social Security incomeThe most cost-effective way to buy an RV, which can save you more than $1000One key budgeting tip to help you manage RV living on a small incomeHow RVing can help you pay off debt and avoid it completely The number-one state to register your RV Four different ways to receive mail when you are living in an RVHow to choose the best healthcare options and plans as an RVing senior and retireeThe secrets of finding urgent healthcare on the road Ten different working opportunities for senior citizens to earn money on the roadGive yourself the power to live wherever you want and to do whatever you want.Every day that you spend in the same "sticks and bricks" life is another day that you waste your hard-earned Social Security money on a lifestyle that leaves you unhappy, unsatisfied, and strapped for money and opportunity.Take action now and buy this audiobook! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Thomas Kaluza. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/153971/bk_acx0_153971_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Charity knoweth no age nor boundaries! There is a plethora of jobs available for those who choose to begin. Right from assisting at marathons to helping out senior citizens, nature buddies, save the donkey, save the cat. You name it, they have it! Jobs on employment websites on the other hand are more varied right from prison administrator to working in the mall, citizen police or even the Royal Mail. One would think that anyone who wants to offer free time for social work would be welcomed with open arms; instead, entry to this work culture is even more stringent. It means working with those on the fringes of society and great care is taken to ensure that people with only high security clearance can be in contact with them. Yet, there is a bevy of angels working secretly all over London and to them I must beckon to continue this tale. And so begin The Adventures of a Volunteer! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Moxie. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/111213/bk_acx0_111213_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Discover the key to RVing full time as a senior citizenHave you ever had the longing to explore the great outdoors and to live in an RV? Do you want a versatile method of living that will also enable you to visit your children and grandchildren comfortably and hassle-free, whenever you want? Are you in a dire financial situation that might force you to live in an RV in your old age? I, George Lee will share the secrets of living in an RV full time as a senior citizen. That's right folks. The RV lifestyle is a possibility for you and there are many others, like me, that live the same way. It is a very enjoyable lifestyle that is also well suited for seniors. In this audiobook, you will learn about: The most cost-effective way to buy an RV, which can save you more than $1000 One key budgeting tip to help you manage RV living on a small income How RVing can help you pay off debt and avoid it completely Four different ways to receive mail, when you are living in an RV The number one state to register your RV How to choose the best healthcare options and plans as an RVing senior and retiree The secrets of finding urgent healthcare on the road Ten different working opportunities for senior citizens to earn money on the road Whether you want to experience the dream of living on the road or simply want to downsize into an RV, this guide is here to help you achieve your plans with minimum hassle.Give yourself the freedom to live wherever you want and to do whatever you want.Every day that you delay is another day that you waste without starting a new and liberating chapter of your life. Take action now and buy this audiobook! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Thomas Kaluza. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/153249/bk_acx0_153249_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Pure Land is the story of the most brutal murder in the history of the Grand Canyon and how McGivney's quest to investigate the victim's life and death wound up guiding the author through her own life-threatening crisis. On this journey stretching from the southern tip of Japan to the bottom of Grand Canyon, and into the ugliest aspects of human behavior, Pure Land offers proof of the healing power of nature and of the resiliency of the human spirit. Tomomi Hanamure, a Japanese citizen who loved exploring the rugged wilderness of the American West, was killed on her birthday, May 8, 2006. She was stabbed 29 times as she hiked to Havasu Falls on the Havasupai Indian reservation at the bottom of Grand Canyon. Her killer was an 18-year old Havasupai youth named Randy Redtail Wescogame, who had a history of robbing tourists and was addicted to meth. It was the most brutal murder ever recorded in Grand Canyon's history. Annette McGivney covered the tragedy for Backpacker magazine where she is Southwest Editor and she wrote an award-winning article that received more reader mail than any story in the last decade. While the assignment ended when the article was published, McGivney could not let go of the story. As a woman who also enjoys wilderness hiking, McGivney felt a bond with Hanamure and embarked on a years-long pursuit to learn more about her. McGivney traveled to Japan and across the American West following the trail Hanamure left in her journals. Yet, McGivney also had a connection to Wescogame, Hanamure's killer, and her reporting unexpectedly triggered long-buried memories about violent abuse McGivney experienced as a child. Pure Land is a story of this inner and outer journey, how two women in search of their true nature found transcendence in the West's most spectacular landscapes. It is also a tale of how child abuse leads to violence and destroys lives. And it is, ultimately, a story of healing. While c 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christine Marshall. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/032482/bk_adbl_032482_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Jay Bahadur (born 1984) is a Canadian journalist and author. He became known for his reporting on piracy in Somalia, writing for The New York Times, The Financial Post, The Globe and Mail, and The Times of London. Bahadur has also worked as a freelance correspondent for CBS News and he has advised the U.S. State Department on piracy. His first book, The Pirates of Somalia: Inside Their Hidden World (2011), is his account of living with the pirates for several months in Puntland, a semi-autonomous region in the northeast of Somalia. Bahadur currently lives in Toronto where he runs Journalist Nation, a citizen journalism website.
Internet activism (also known as online organizing, electronic advocacy, cyberactivism, E-campaigning, and E-activism) is the use of electronic communication technologies such as e-mail, the World Wide Web, and podcasts for various forms of activism to enable faster communications by citizen movements and the delivery of local information to a large audience. Internet technologies are used for cause-related fundraising, organizing volunteers, community building, lobbying, and organizing.