Spend the day in the most multicultural and eclectic neighborhood in the city! You'll eat food from different cultures, find cheap clothes in some of the city's best vintage shops, play a lamp post that has been turned into a bass guitar, and hang out in Kensington's many cafes.City Surf audio walking tours give you an insider's look into a city. Listen to the tours while you walk, use the maps to navigate, and explore the city like a local. Find out what makes each neighborhood cool, unique, and totally exciting!We recommend this tour if you like vintage clothes, tapas, cannabis cafes, cheese shops, local markets, and dining. 1. Language: English. Narrator: uncredited. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/surf/000005/bk_surf_000005_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Drug abuse is a major issue in Kenya, especially in the city of Mombasa and especially among men in their early 20s. Women in Mombasa have held public protests, asking for better enforcement of the laws against narcotics. In Mombasa and Kilindini, there are approximately 40 maskani (meaning location in Swahili) where drug abusers meet to share drugs. The traditional recreational drug of choice is cannabis, but heroin injection is becoming increasingly popular. In a survey, 70 percent of recreational drug users said they were using heroin.
Frontmatter -- General Editor's Preface -- Preface -- General Introduction: "A Little Glass of Rum" -- PART ONE: Ethnohistory -- Introduction -- The Discovery in Rome of an Anonymous Document on the Quijo Indians of the Upper Napo, Eastern Ecuador / PORRAS, PEDRO I. -- The Growth and Structure of a Provincial Community of Poncho Weavers, Belen, Argentina, 1678-1869 / HERMITTE, ESTHER -- An Ecological Perspective of Socioterritorial Organization Among the Tehuelche in the Nineteenth Century / WILLIAMS, E. GLYN -- PART TWO: Ecology and Economic Systems -- Introduction -- An Energetics View of Manioc Cultivation in the Amazon / MORAN, EMILIO F. -- Sociocultural Change in Upper Urubamba, Peru / CAMINO, ALEJANDRO D.C. -- Cannabis and Cultural Groups in a Colombian Municipio / PARTRIDGE, WILLIAM L. -- Changes in the Traditional Fishing Technology of Northeastern Venezuela / FLORES, JUAN ELÍAS -- PART THREE: Culture and Ethnicity -- SECTION A: THE LOWLANDS AND MONTANA REGION. -- Introduction -- Personal Names and Social Classification in Sanumá (Yanoama) Society / RAMOS, ALCIDA R. -- The Fiesta of the Indian in Quibdó, Colombia / FRIEDEMANN, NINA S. DE -- Jívaro Headhunters in a Headless Time / SIVERTS, HENNING -- Jungle Quechua Ethnicity: An Ecuadorian Case Study / WHITTEN, NORMAN E. JR. -- SECTION Β: THE ANDEAN HIGHLANDS. -- Introduction -- Ethnicity and Class in Highland Peru / BERGHE, PIERRE L. VAN DEN -- The Future of Oppressed Languages in the Andes / ALBÓ, XAVIER -- Continuity and Change in Guambiano Society, 1535-1973 / SCHWARZ, RONALD A. -- Workers Participation in the Nationalized Mines of Bolivia, 1952-1972 / NASH, JUNE -- PART FOUR: Population, Migration, and Urbanization -- Social Demography and the Anthropologist / BERTRAND, WILLIAM E. -- Families to the City: A Study of Changing Values, Fertility, and Socioeconomic Status Among Urban In-migrants / SCRIMSHAW, SUSAN C. -- The Unplanned Ecology of a Planned Industrial City: The Case of Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela / GARCÍA, MARÍA-PILAR / BLUMBERG, RAE LESSER -- Plantation Infrastructure and Labor Mobility in Guyana and Trinidad / RICHARDSON, BONHAM C. -- Biographical Notes -- Index of Names -- Index of Subjects
Budding Prospects An “irresistible” (Los Angeles Times) novel about the adventures of three men growing marijuana in Northern California All Felix Nasmyth and friends have to do is harvest a crop of Cannabis Sativa and half a million tax-free dollars will be theirs. But they haven’t reckoned on nosy Northern California-style neighbors, torrential rain, demands of the flesh, and Felix’s improbable new love, a wayward sculptress on whose behalf he undertakes a one-man vendetta against a drug-busting state trooper named Jerpbak. As their deal escalates through crises into nightmare, their dreams of easy money get nipped in the bud. About author(s) T. C. Boyle is the author of more than ten novels, including World’s End (winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award), Drop City (a New York Times bestseller and finalist for the National Book Award), and The Inner Circle. His story collections include Tooth and Claw as well as The Human Fly and Other Stories.