Free travel Kindle books for 11 Apr 15

Four Fair Females From Indiana: A Travel Journal (1938)

by Marie Zook

The year is 1938. Four women set out for a road trip across the United States. One of them kept a diary of their adventures. This is a journal of what they saw and what they did.



Istanbul’s Transportation System for Tourists and Travelers

by Nathaniel Gibson

This guide is designed for tourists and travelers who are planning their trip to Istanbul, Turkey. We cover the different modes of transportation in this diverse city. Helpful links and pictures are also provided for further information.



Your Handbook Guide to Backpacking on a Budget

by Ashley Deppeler

Written specifically for budget travellers and part of the immensely popular ‘Your Handbook Guide’ travel series Your Handbook Guide to Budget Travel is perfect for first time travellers who are travelling abroad on a limited budget. Packed full of information and providing you with a wealth of tips and tricks book answers questions such as:

* How can I travel the world for months at a time on just 15 Euros per day?

* How do I find the cheapest price available for flights?

* What are the best budget travel destinations?

* How can I automatically receive discounts of up to 50% off major attractions?

* How do I avoid budget airline surcharges?

* How do I budget for a country and ensure that I can travel as cheaply as possible?

Written by a long term traveller with over forty countries worth of travel experience Your Handbook Guide to Budget Travel takes into account every style of travel and offers practical advice for first time travellers who want to travel frugally and make the most of their experiences abroad.



Coach to Como: A Reflective Coach Trip To Lake Como, St Moritz And Milan, Poured Out In A Stream Of Consciousness

by Gary Troia

The Coach to Como

Gary Troia is a writer, he has also been a bricklayer, a teacher, a philosophy student and a sufferer of several disorders, including: manic depression, alcoholism, fear of flying and a dislike of most people. After Gary announces that he will no longer fly, his wife, Poppo books a coach holiday to Lake Como. One week later, with the newly acquired kittens dropped off at the cattery, Gary and Poppo embark on a twenty-four hour coach journey to Italy.

Gary always believed the restless, relentless, impossible-to-satisfy voice in his head was one of his greatest assets. It spurred him on. For a while, his strategy worked. But soon the energy of raw emotion would dissipate, and he would be back where he started. What happened next was completely unforeseen. Through a bizarre series of events – involving gangsters, the ICF, deportation from the States, Christian cults and the AA – Gary stumbled upon something that helped him tame the voice in his head: inspirational books. He spent years reading them before having a quiet revolution. Gary’s life was not transformed into a thing of beauty, but he did gain a passion for daily reflection and meditation. While the book itself is a narrative account of a journey to Lake Como, The coach to Como is ultimately the story of survival, recovery and evolution. The book is well crafted, with various threads being skilfully interwoven to give a colourful but incredibly honest account of the journey Gary has undertaken since he came to terms with his ego, his internal struggles with life, loneliness, rebelliousness and self-destructive behaviour.

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