Free travel Kindle books for 24 Sep 14

The Cancun Insider

by David Rowicz

WARNING: This could be the most important information you will ever read about traveling to Cancun on a Budget and REALLY getting the most out of your trip…

The Cancun Insider is… The Ultimate Cancun Travel Guide for Budget Travelers!

But before your get your copy, please not that this book is NOT for everyone. If you’re used to traveling in Luxury 5 star hotels – eating in Michelin rated restaurants, and getting driven around in limousines, then this guide is NOT FOR YOU.

This guide is dedicated to all of the travelers that want to experience the authentic Mexico… So yes there will be street food eating, yes there will be mingling with the locals, and yes – you might end up face-to-face with a shaman, or an Aztec Healer!

I wrote this Cancun Travel Guide because I want you to Get the Most out of your Cancun Vacation – Even if you’re on a Budget! You might step out of your comfort zone several times on your trip, but this is what makes traveling so enriching!

This guide will also help you if this is your first trip to an exotic destination – the Cancun Insider will reveal many insights about the beautiful Cancun.

This travel guide has been written based on experience in the trenches, skipping all the fluff and delivering actionable tips and tricks and travel hacks that you will be able to use all along your trip.

Along the way these tips and tricks will help you get oriented in a new culture, help you stay safe, discover many things that most travelers simply don’t know about, save you a ton of money and avoid tourist traps.

Even if you are planning on staying in an all-inclusive resort, with the help of this book you will get to see parts of Cancun that will open your mind to the richness of the Mexican traditions. The Cancun Insider will guide you on a path that will give you a taste of the real Mexico and a peek at the everyday life of a different culture.

In The Cancun Insider you will learn:

– All the Basics like When to Visit Cancun, What You Should Bring

– How to get up to 80% off on Excursions, Attractions, and the Hottest Clubs

– The Nicest Beaches, Spanish Hacking Tips, and Shopping Secrets

– How to Get Around the City for Pennies, and Where to get a free map

– Authentic Restaurants and Little Markets that Only the Locals Know About.

– Quality Healthcare and Dental work at Ridiculous Prices

– Free and Budget Friendly Activities, Shows, Dancing Lessons and more

And Many More Sneaky Tips and Tricks that will Make Your Trip Awesome.

All of the same and exciting information as the original Cancun Insider – with a Beautiful Brand New Cover Design!

Visit http://Cancun-Insider.com for more details!



The Cargo Ship Diaries: 2.5 years, 25 countries, 0 flights

by Niall Doherty

Ever wonder what it would be like to spend a month at sea? To travel the world without flying? To have your life threatened in Nepal? To run out of money in the Middle East? To flirt with one hundred women in the Netherlands?

Written aboard a freighter while crossing the Pacific Ocean, The Cargo Ship Diaries is something of a memoir of Niall Doherty’s 2.5 years traveling around the world without flying, the highs and the lows and the lessons learned. We start off in Japan as he’s about to board the cargo ship, and throughout the book flash back to times spent in Amsterdam, Bucharest, Kathmandu, Bangkok and the likes.

“I wish I could have written a book this awesome.” – Jack Kerouac

Expect plenty of taboo topics, tales of dating misadventures, and honest takes on places like India and Iran. If you like the Momentos series on Niall’s blog, you’ll absolutely love this book.

FAQ’s

Q. How long is the book?

A. 36,506 words on 133 pages. You can read through the whole thing in about three hours.

Q. What route did you take from Ireland to Peru?

A. Ireland > England > Netherlands > Germany > Switzerland > Austria > Hungary > Romania > Turkey > Iran > UAE > India > Nepal > India > Thailand > Cambodia > Laos > Vietnam > China > Hong Kong > China > Vietnam > Laos > Thailand > Laos > China > South Korea > Japan > Peru

Q. Is there a surprise ending?

A. Yes, but I’m going to ruin it for you right now: In the last chapter I reveal that I’ve never actually left Ireland, and have been fooling everyone with my photo and video editing skills for years. Suckers!

Q. Did Jack Kerouac really say that about your book?

A. Um, no. He died thirteen years before I was born. So I kinda lied. Sorry. I hope we can still be friends. Here’s a real testimonial to make amendsâ?¦

“This shit be tight, yo!” – Marco Polo

Q. Is there an audio version of the book?

A. Yes. You can buy it via my website: http://ndoherty.com/books/cargo/

Q. Are there cargo ship sound effects to go with the audio version of the book?

A. I think you can hear a toilet flush at the end of chapter ten. That’s about as good as it gets.

Q. Why don’t you fly? Sounds dumb.

A. It is pretty stupid, and I don’t recommend it, but I explain my motivation in the book.



How to be a Tour Guide: The Essential Training Manual for Tour Managers and Tour Guides

by Nick Manning

Have you ever wanted to become a Tour Guide but not known where to start? Do you yearn to travel the world, explore exotic locations and lead groups of people around unfamiliar locations â??like it’s your own backyard’?

This book can help you become a Tour Guide. It will teach you what you need to say, how to advertise your services and even how to get paid. It will teach you how to start your first tour, how to get repeat business after you’ve finished it and even what life is really like â??out there on the road’.

Written by a Tour Guide with experience in guided tours across 15 countries and with contributions from experts all across the world, there’s no better place to start one of the best careers in the world than this book.

Nick Manning’s â??How to be a tour guide: the essential training manual for tour managers and tour guides’ is the ultimate reference book and training tool, as used and proved by Tour Guides across the world every day.

“Nick Manning lets you know just how big the world is and how many different rules there are while taking you under his wings and navigating you through the aspects of successful tour managing and guiding. This book tells you how to become a GREAT tour manager/guide and is written in a way that will connect with you”. – Kristene Murphy

“Quite simply the best product available to aspiring tour guides on the market today. No industry professional should be without it.” – Industry Insider



Top Ten Sights: Panama City

â??Top Ten Sights: Panama City’ is the ultimate guide to a fascinating city, giving you the background and history on the top ten attractions. We focus on the essentials; there are ten chapters of text, one on each attraction, all written by our team of experienced travel writers.

With so many different monuments, historical sights, restaurants, shops bars and nightlife to see, make sure that you experience the best of everything Panama City has to offer, and don’t miss a thing – â??Top Ten Sights: Panama City’ is the only guide you need!



Top Ten Sights: Bucharest

â??Top Ten Sights: Bucharest’ is the ultimate guide to a fascinating city, giving you the background and history on the top ten attractions. We focus on the essentials; there are ten chapters of text, one on each attraction, all written by our team of experienced travel writers.

With so many different monuments, historical sights, restaurants, shops bars and nightlife to see, make sure that you experience the best of everything Bucharest has to offer, and don’t miss a thing – â??Top Ten Sights: Bucharest’ is the only guide you need!



You’ve Got Mail … from China: Hazy days and crispy bites

by Martyn Habgood

In late 2006, Martyn Habgood’s work as an interim manager threw him suddenly into China, a completely alien environment. Over the next six years he would undertake a further three assignments there, managing in a different business culture, as well as getting involved in wedding ceremonies, experiencing magnificent scenery, learning local travel habits and trying foods he could probably have done without. This collection of his e-mails home provides a fascinating and often very funny perspective on a unique and rapidly-changing country.



How To Travel Full Time, Work Part Time, and Live A Life of Adventure

by Sarah Goldberg

Looking for a way to travel the world and finance it by doing freelance work? Look no farther as I have the solutions you’ll need to live the life of your dreams!

Traveling around the world and living in new countries is such a fantastic experience, and with the advent of online freelance work, people are now leaving their homes and living and working abroad not in an office but in internet cafes and coffee shops! They’re living their dream life of truly experiencing the world and you can too. I’ll show you how.

In this book you’ll learn:

1. Understanding the basics of being a Perpetual Traveler

2. Tips on how to travel, explore and earn

3. My helpful guide on how to be a freelancer

4. List of helpful sites for freelancers

5. How to re-establish your home after traveling (if you do ever decide to come home!)

Need another reason to buy this book? Here’s a great one: I donate 5% of the proceeds from the sales of my books to Reading Is Fundamental, the largest and most respected Children’s Literacy non-profit in America!

Explore the world. Live in and learn new cultures. Make it all happen as a freelancer. Learn how by buying my book today!



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