Free travel Kindle books for 03 Dec 13

Refractory Road in Cambodia

by Jennifer Hultz

In Refractory Road in Cambodia, veteran travelers share their experience, provide valuable insights, and offer practical advice to future travelers. The authors are a middle-class American couple in their thirties and forties who enjoy quality accommodations and good food; but have an aversion to resorts, crowded attractions, and tour groups. They have traveled extensively in Cambodia, and their story provides a compelling argument for visiting the country — and for doing it as an independent traveler. The book contains descriptions and reviews for five destinations: Kratie, Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang, Battambang, and Siem Reap. It also discusses general aspects of Cambodian travel, including entry and exit, travel costs, transportation, communications, medical considerations, and speaking the Khmer language. The book concludes with a selection of gallery-quality images.



Postcards From Florence

Where do the locals eat in Florence? Where are the best places to stay? And what are the hidden gems that other tourists have never heard of?

The รข??Postcards From’ series is a collection of five short essays on different elements of a destination. Our travel writers look for interesting and unusual elements to a city, composing a collection of portraits that will introduce the reader to some of the least known aspects of the destination. These collections are essential reading for the would-be traveller. Each book is around 7,500 words in length.



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