Free travel Kindle books for 12 Dec 13

Off the Beaten Track: A Guide to Antigua, Guatemala

by Xavier Zimms

“Wow, this book tells an amazing story!” (Ashley, T.)

A personal account of Antiga, Guatemala told through an amazing story.



India: 55 Must See Places & 50 Must Do Things

by Destination Infinity

India: 55 Must See Places & 50 Must Do Things

This book is not a travel guide to India. It’s a companion book to India travel guide.

55 Must See Places: This section contains a photo and a short description of 55 important tourist locations in India. You can use it to evaluate and shortlist places you would like to visit, while in India. This is not a comprehensive list, it contains only those places considered important by the author.

50 Must Do Things: There are many things you can do while in India, apart from visiting tourist places. This section provides a list of 50 such unique and interesting things that you can do while in India, to keep yourself amused.



Tips on Spending Great Holidays in Scotland: According to a Renowned Travel Advisor and Enthusiast of Scotland

by Xavier Zimms

“Great book, I love the photos!” (Rachel, M.)

Have you ever wanted to go on Holiday in Scotland? Doesn’t surprise me, if you haveâ?¦ Scotland is perhaps the most beautiful and tranquil part of the entire United Kingdom. The country is extremely rich in rugged landscapes, magnificently sensational castles, bustling cities, ethereal lochs and most importantly quaint villages that make Scotland a paradise for the visitors. If you would like to find out more about Scotland and how to make a vacation to Scotland, one that you will always remember then this is the perfect book for you!



The British Expat’s Guide to Grocery Shopping in America

by Maxine Cleminson

Moving to America may seem quite a straightforward transition as expat re-locations go. After all, they speak English, right? However, there are still many things that are lost in translation and it can be frustrating trying to find familiar foodstuffs, especially when catering for a family.

This book covers it all… and not just the obvious pitfalls of differing pronunciation! This guide is written with several uses in mind. For the nervous newbie expat trying to plan for an upcoming move it provides plenty of detail on the US shopping experience, where and how to shop, the key differences by food group, holiday-specific food shopping, suggested alternatives to British favourites and ways to obtain the things-you-just-can’t-do-without! There is a particular emphasis on easing the transition for families with children, with kid-friendly favourites included and a whole chapter on babies and kids. There is also a chapter for people with restricted diets.

Usefully, the author has included a couple of suggested shopping lists… one to help the newly arrived expat survive the first few days in temporary accommodation, and a more detailed list to help restock your pantry with the things you need!

The book is also written to be used as a reference book that can be picked up and used as the need arises… where on Earth can I find marzipan? For this purpose there is a clickable, alphabetical keyword index that will enable the reader to find the relevant answers quickly.

An invaluable resource for the new and seasoned Brit abroad!



Scenic Forests Book-24 Awesome Creations!

by Gary Moore

Every page is crafted to give the reader new types of beautiful scenery Each picture is carefully selected to wet the appetite for more lovely
pictures to give the eyes treasures to feast on. Each picture draws you
on to more exciting vistas!

Your family will delight in wanting just one more look with the
hint of more to come.. Enjoy the fun together of sharing
each new picture to give fun and delight. Enjoy the sights together!
Scenic Forests Book-24 Awesome Creations!, will delight all who view i



Best Travel Destinations For The Frugal Tourists

by Xavier Zimms

“Wow, great read and awesome insight on how to save money, while traveling!” (Carrie, L.)

Are you looking for ways to save money while traveling? Doesn’t surprise if you are! Traveling is no doubt expensive but if you are willing to explore the world little further, you will find some exceptional bargains as well. You will be surprised to know that it is possible to live with only few pounds a day in some parts of the world or even live luxuriously in the same amount you spend at home.

If you enjoy traveling the world in luxury, (while on a modest budget) then this the perfect book for you!



Top 10 Singapore by Foot

by Top 10 by Foot

Singapore is a beautiful Asian country. This ebook contains the top 10 tourist destinations with images, web resources, and descriptions of the cost, how to get there, and the best time to visit. Includes; the Singapore Zoo, Botanic Gardens, Underwater World, Tiger Sky Tower, and much more. This travel guide is a must have for anyone traveling to Singapore and will aid in finding the best spots and make the most of your vacation.



Top 10 Vienna by Foot

by Top 10 by Foot

Vienna is one of the most magnificent eastern European cities. This ebook outlines the top 10 tourist destinations in Vienna with details on cost, location, history, and the best time to visit. Includes: Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna’s Prater, St.Stephen’s Cathedral, Belvedere Palace and many more. With color images and internet resources this book is a must have for the Vienna traveler.



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