Free travel Kindle books for 21 Dec 13

Postcards From Delhi

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

The â??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.

Vienna Smart Tourist Travel Guide & Useful Tips (Tourist traps, How to save money, Sights Overview)

by Jeffrey Nelson

Are you travelling to Vienna and are not quite sure what this city offers for you? Where to go? What to do? What to visit? what not to do and where to eat a lunch that you won’t forget for your lifetime?

You will find all this information in this smart vienna travel guide.
Moreover, you will see lovely buildings, architecture, get to know Vienna’s history and maybe end up in the amusment park with your children or partner.

Ready for your journey to Vienna!?

You will get information on:

Why this e-book is for you!
The metropolis in the heart of Europe
The Traditional Viennese Coffee House and Today’s Cafe
How To Save Money While Visiting Vienna
Public Transport in Vienna
Leisure activities in Vienna
Shopping In Vienna: Get the Most Out of Your Trip
Finding the Best restaurants in Vienna
Opening Hours of Establishments in Austria
Best wine taverns in Vienna?
Tourist traps
Affordable middle class hotels
Tipping in Vienna and the currency
Hundertwasser House
Sights Overview
Day trip destination

I wish you a wonderful stay in Vienna. With this e-book you will have for sure!

Outback Kimberley (Active)

by Gray Nomad

FREE and budget, dog friendly, caravan accessible, places in the Kimberley.

Travel guide from first hand experience. 84 colour photos. FREE scenic campsites.

From Katherine in the Northern Territory, enter Western Australia from the east. Share the journey with fiction and non-fiction author Ryn Shell and Reg, and their dog, as they show and tell of their favorite FREE campsites, caravan friendly roads, and dog friendly places to visit as you cross the outback Kimberley region of Australia.

Ë?Ë?Ë? From the personal travel experience of Ryn Shell, author of the best selling Dreaming Billabong series.

Ryn Shell tours Australia with husband, the dog, and a caravan, writing Australian travel articles and Australian fiction. She has personal experience of all the places she recommends to fellow travellers.

The novel series she writes is Dreaming Billabong, the billabong series for adults.

That fiction series is stories of crime, mystery, betrayal; resilience, love and Australia.

Ë?Ë?Ë? Caravan tour with dog: Series.

Outback Kimberley is the first in a series of eBooks, ideal for both the young family wishing to tour Australia in a caravan, on a budget, and the gray with an a for active, gray nomad, senior, touring Australia in retirement on a limited income. Ryn Shell’s suggested stop-over locations will mainly be scenic. This eBook is for those who love nature but don’t want to wreck their caravan in getting out and experiencing it.

Ë?Ë?Ë? Happy Travels.

Feel welcome to contact the author Ryn Shell.

Scroll up and grab a copy today.

A Canara Weekend

by Manoj Saldana

Book about beaches in coastal Karnataka state of india

Save the Big Bucks at Walt Disney World: Discounts, Deals, and Freebies 2014

by Shannon MacGilvray

Your complete guide to Disney World discounts, deals, and freebies.

Everything at Disney World may seem expensive, but, that’s only on the surface. Outlined are creative ideas and tips keep money in your wallet. Stay in a Disney villa for a fraction of the cost. Entertain yourself with tons of free activities and souvenirs. Thinking about the Disney Dining Plan? That’s covered too.

Have fun and save the big bucks!



Connect with Me

Introduction to Walt Disney World

How to Use This Guide


How much will this Disney World vacation cost me?

Cash or Credit?

Ways to Save for the Trip

Open a Vacation Savings Account

Coupon the Savings

Go Without for a Week or Month

More Savings



The “Disney” Resorts:

Disney Resorts Save Money

About The Resorts

Value Resorts

Moderate Resorts

Deluxe Resorts

Deluxe Villa Resorts


How to Save Big at Disney Resorts

Dates and Times Savings

Pin Codes

Bounce Back Offers


Specialized Disney Travel Agents

Disney Visa

Florida Resident

Annual Passholder Discounts

Disney Vacation Club Rental

So where do we begin?

On-Property Resorts

Know Before You Go

The On-Property Resorts

Downtown Disney Area Hotels

BoardWalk Area

Bonnet Creek Area

Magic Kingdom Area

Off-Property Resorts

How to Save at On and Off-Property Hotels and Resorts

Comparison Sites &

Home Rentals

Hotel Loyalty Points


Ticket Strategies

Discount Tickets

Totally Free Activities

Totally Free Activities for Disney Resort Guests

Inexpensive Activities for All


Buy Souvenirs Before Leaving Home

Have a Budget in Mind

Build the Anticipation!

Free Souvenirs

Common Types of Souvenirs at Disney

Care to Venture off Disney Property?

More Shopping Opportunities


Disney Dining Plan

Dining Plan Evaluation

When to Make Dining Reservations

Cheap Eats

General Park Tips

Discounts Galore!

Top Locations to Eat on the Cheap at Disney


Cheap Eats Outside the Gates


ITA Matrix Search

Strategies to Save

Car Rental

Getting the Discounts


Additional Savings

Once in a Lifetime Experiences

More Planning

MyMagic+ Initiative

Optimizing Your Trip

Trip Reports

In the Parks

Getting to Disney

Airline Travel

Arriving at Orlando International Airport

Driving to Disney

Top Smartphone Apps for Driving

Traveling by Bus and Train

Arriving at the Disney Resorts

Theme Park Guide

Time Savers

Free Souvenirs in Every Park

Be Prepared

Stay Connected in the Parks

Magic Kingdom®


Disney’s Hollywood Studios®

Disney’s Animal Kingdom®

Short Journeys: Laos

by Andrew Boland

â??Short Journeys’ is a series of stories about my travels to different countries. Whilst they are not intended as a guide book, I have endeavoured to include information about where I stayed, what I ate, what I saw and how to go about it if you were to visit the countries in question. My previous writings – the â??Dhaka to Dakar’ books, were simply travel experiences. This time I wanted to go a little further for the reader.

I wanted to include any stories and experiences I thought were interesting, important or amusing whilst I was travelling. I want to encourage you the reader to read, think about, and then perhaps go there yourself. You will find information on the places I stayed and visited, and how I got there and around.

Laos is a wonderful, peaceful country in South-East Asia. I enjoyed my time here immensely. There is great beauty in the land, and as a backpacker it’s a very interested if laid-back place to venture. I loved my time in Luang Prabang, in the north of the country, where I took a boat on the Mekong River, visited a bear sanctuary and swam beneath a waterfall with shades of paradise. The atmosphere of the town was great, and there were some good places to eat as well.

I travelled across country to Phonsovan and the Plain of Jars, where hundreds of stone jars scattered the plains, thousands of years old in one of the more unusual sites in Asia. I learned about the work removing unexploded bombs from Laos which were dropped from 1964-1973 in a â??secret war’. Something that still poses a threat today.

Vang Vieng was an eye-opening experience as I tried the town’s favourite sport – â??tubing’, and then I spent a couple of days in the capital, Vientiane, visiting the gold stupa and the National Museum, whilst also seeing some impressive temples.

Laos is more than what you see or do though, it has a unique atmosphere which makes Laos worth visiting without any of the above.

I visit –

Luang Prabang

Pak Ou Caves


The Plain of Jars

Vang Vieng


Includes information on hotels stayed at, and 33 photos of Laos taken by the author.

Halfway There – 100 Countries and Counting

by Alasdair Vale

Alasdair Vale is a travel addict. By the age of 28 he had visited over one hundred countries on a quest to visit every country, twice. Here, for the first time, he combines tales from across five continents and 103 separate countries. This book flows smoothly from extreme sports to extreme poverty, eating oddities to nearly being eaten alive by lions, being robbed to having his heart stolen. A must-read for new readers or anyone who has enjoyed Welcome to Civilisation or Europe the Hard Way. Whether you are an armchair traveller or a seasoned professional you will enjoy this book.

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