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Travels with a Tangerine and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Travels with a Tangerine: From Morocco to Turkey in the Footsteps of Islam's Greatest Traveler Paperback – June 8, In , the great Arab traveler Ibn Battutah set out from his native. Travels with a Tangerine has ratings and 56 reviews. Sovotchka said: This is going to be a really objective book is about an intelligent. TRAVELS WITH A TANGERINE: A Journey in the Footsteps of Ibn Battutah. Tim Mackintosh-Smith, Author, Martin Yeoman, Illustrator, illus. by Martin Yeoman. Welcome Rain $30 (p) ISBN
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