Free travel Kindle books for 14 Dec 15

12 Weeks in Thailand: The Guide Book to Travel Cheap, Learn Muay Thai all while Living the 4-Hour Workweek

by Johnny F.D. Fighter-Divemaster

Interested in Living the Good Life in Thailand for $600 a month? Check out my friend Johnny FD’s crazy adventures living the 4-hour workweek in Thailand.

— Dave Asprey – The Bulletproof Executive

An exceptional 5 Stars to 12 Weeks in Thailand! It is an amazing guide book filled with exciting stories about the author’s Relationships, Muay Thai fights and Travel stories.

— Stephanie F. Todd – Reader

I insist that everyone I know reads this book before traveling to Thailand if they want to save money, learn Muay Thai, go Scuba Diving and Travel on a budget.

— Kimberly C.K. – Reader

Read this book if you wish you could pick up and Travel Thailand for 12 Weeks or more. Learn how you can live the 4-hour workweek, move to Thailand and enjoy the good life on the cheap. In this book the author shows you how to start traveling today, making money while living aboard, living the good life for as little as $600 a month, and how to get paid to go Scuba Diving, train Muay Thai, trek through the jungle with Elephants, visit Temples or or Discover new passions like the author did.

Read this book and never waste another beautiful day stuck in an office. Escape the winter. Start living life now instead of waiting until you’re old to retire.

Wouldn’t You Rather:

“Spend your days laying under the warm sun with a chilled coconut in hand.”

“Train to become a professional Muay Thai fighter in Thailand.”

“Get paid to take people Scuba Diving in warm tropical waters.”

“Relax to massages whenever you wish.”

12 Weeks in Thailand: The Good Life on the Cheap is a true story that follows the author Johnny F.D. from his home in Los Angeles, California to his first 3 week vacation to Thailand where he decides to give it all up in pursue of an easier life. He returns home and sells everything he owns and promptly returns to Thailand for his first of many 12 week trips.

There he becomes a certified divemaster and starts a career traveling the world teaching people how to scuba dive, only to figure out his true passion really is the sport of Muay Thai Kickboxing. He’s currently spending another 12 weeks in the northern mountains of Thailand training for his fifth professional fight. Buy this book and wish him luck, he fights again in five days.

In this book you will find out how cheap you can live out in Thailand and how you can convince your boss to let you come for 12 weeks or more and even get your flight paid for free. Find out where the best place in Thailand to learn to scuba dive is, and where the best fight camp to train Muay Thai and MMA is. Live vicariously through the author or use the book to take your first steps into an adventure of your own. Check out, 12 Weeks in Thailand: The Good Life on the Cheap today.

Time is precious, don’t waste another year stuck at a job you aren’t passionate about, throwing away hundreds of dollars a month on rent when you could use that money to live like a King in Thailand, on the cheap.

It’ll never be the perfect time in terms of time or money, it’s up to you to take advantage of it now before you’re too old to really enjoy it! Read 12 Weeks in Thailand: 12 Weeks in Thailand: The Guide Book to Travel Cheap, Learn Muay Thai all while Living the 4-Hour Workweek today!

How does 12 Weeks in Thailand Compare to other Thailand Travel Guide Books such as Frommer’s Guide, Rough Guides and Lonely Planet?

As much as I love having a Lonley Planet with me for reference it’s really not that exciting of a read before I go on my trip. Have it handy to to know which hostels, hotels and guest houses to stay in and for what sights to see, but don’t try to read it as a novel or you’ll quickly get bored. Personally I stopped traveling with Lonely Planet Guide books a while back because I realized that asking other travelers to borrow theirs was a great conversation starter! I recommend having both.

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Learn Russian Diversified: Unlock your Innate Powers, Stay Motivated with Fun Techniques, and Learn Russian Effortlessly

by Angelos Georgakis

*** NEW BONUS CHAPTER INSIDE: My 10000 Flash Cards with the Most Common Russian Words with audio, Google and Yandex Translations, verb conjugation rules, declension rules and examples. ***

Most of you would agree that the Russian language is certainly not the easiest language to learn. It was not the easiest for me either. However, it was certainly the most beautiful language, and it opened a whole lot of horizons in my life. Most importantly, it helped me to completely change my approach to language learningâ??I applied science to it, I explored how the human memory works, and I avoided obstacles like boredom and procrastination.

This book is a complete comprehensive guide that will take you step by step on how to learn Russian with effective techniques and free Internet resources.

The techniques engage all of your senses and stimulate your memory. They aim to make your learning experience better, more effective, and, ultimately, more fun.

The list of Internet resources and educational material is handpicked through a ton of resources that are available out there. Here, you will not get bombarded with an infinite list of resources that promise to teach you Russian. You can do that yourself with a simple Google search. Instead, you will only find a limited list of online resources that work and are straightforward for self-learning.

Most importantly, the approach of this book is holistic. Most of the techniques are universal and can be applied not only to Russian but also to any other language or subject. Learning Russian should be much more than just learning a language. This book will teach you how learning Russian can change the way you learn in general. It will reveal the secrets of effective memorization, make you love making mistakes, and turn you into a more social and adventurous language learner. I want to reveal a better YOU through the process of learning Russian.

To get an idea of what the book will be about, please watch my YouTube presentation at the University of Oxford (search for “Learn Russian with effective techniques – Talk at Oxford University”). Some of the content of the book also appears on my blog

In greater detail, this is what you get inside:

– 10000 Flash Cards with the most frequent Russian words and how to use them in an optimal learning way.

– How to learn Russian through films with an optimal setup on your computer including English and Russian subtitles.

– How to use the power of associations to link everything in your head and never forget.

– How to use Google Translate and Wiktionary to break a word down into its roots.

– How to use mind maps to link concepts together and stimulate your memory recall.

– How to effectively learn vocabulary using the two-column technique, visualization, Cal Newport’s active recall technique, gestures, and body movements.

– How to practice Russian while walking on the street (exactly as the kids learn a language).

– How to tackle the most difficult part of the Russian language (grammar cases) using a backward learning approach, patterns and grammar sacks.

– Links to free online resources like films, cartoons, subtitle files, and all you need to learn Russian on your own at no cost.

– How to combine learning Russian with something else you want to learn and keep your motivation high.

– How to reduce your “affective filter” when learning a language, be less sensitive, take more risks, communicate more, and become fluent faster.

– More tips, tips, tips.

Learning Russian should be easy and fun. Unlock your internal potential, awaken your gigantic memory powers, and learn Russian the fun way! Get the book now and enjoy the Russian language! Спасибо!

Neil & Giselle’s Travel Journal – U.S. HIGHWAY 61 – An Australian’s travel guide to the other Mother Road

by Neil Taylor

U.S. Highway 61, akin to its lateral equivalent, Route 66, is another great American road. Tracking vertically from the Canadian border to the Gulf of Mexico – eight states – the road recognized and honoured along its diverse stretches as the “Trout Road”, the “Great River Road”, “Lindberg Avenue” and the “Blues Highway”, runs about 1,700 miles (2,736km) down the backbone of a nation. U.S. Highway 61, one of the original highways within the U.S. Highway System, built in 1926 has also earned the distinguished title as the North-South Main Street of America.

While U.S. Highway 61 may not conjure up imageries of classic Americana kitschness; flaming skull bandanas; Rock & Roll music; Harley Davidson Motorcycles and convertible Cadillac’s as Route 66 does, it is still a highly renowned road and much celebrated for its deep and rich musical ancestry, delineating key and influential musicians like Robert Johnson, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan and many more too numerous to mention here. The old highway has a huge literary connection with Mark Twain, F. Scott Fitzgerald and the pop culture icon, Charles M. Schultz. Some of history’s greatest tipping points, Vicksburg and the Lorraine Motel, are traversed by U.S. Highway 61.

American Road Trip – Route 66 – Pictorial Edition: An Australian’s travel guide to Route 66

by Neil Taylor

One of the reasons for writing this book and sharing our photos is to help people who wanted to do the adventure that is Route 66. Another reason was to recapture the journey, the moments, and the anticipation of one of the greatest road trips on planet earth.

The planning and anticipation of our Route 66 road trip was one of many years, simply because living in Australia and the tyranny of distance, we thought it would be cost prohibitive. The other banal reason was I was very unsure about driving on the wrong side of the road – in Australia we drive on the left-hand side of the road but in the US it’s the right-hand side of the road. But after a family trip to Disneyland, Universal Studios and San Diego Zoo in 2005, I figured that driving our hire car for the two hour journey with wall to wall automobiles on a Southern Californian Freeway (going the wrong way down the road) to San Diego was remotely stress free, then surely I could manage three weeks driving across the United States of America some day!

And so with some excitement and anticipation, tentative discussions began – “…could we do Route 66?” The resounding answer was “yes!” But how and when? The most logical time frame for the trip was around the time of my 50th birthday (June 2011) so we could celebrate and have a reference point for people who ask “…why are you doing that?” It seems that in our generation you have to have some kind of justification or an impetus for “doing” something.

Anyway with all that said, this book is a guide from the perspective of a couple of Australian’s, to help anyone and everyone who has ever dreamed of doing the adventure, on whatever budget you might have, and travelling across the United States of America on the Mother Road – that is Route 66.

Paris: By Locals – A Paris Travel Guide Written By A Parisian (Paris, Paris Travel Guide, French)

by By Locals

Discover the REAL Paris – From a Local’s Perspective!

How is this book different than all the other guides out there?

When you download Paris: A Paris Travel Guide Written by a Parisian – The Best Travel Tips By a Local, you’ll learn why these travel guides are unique. Unlike so many other boring travel guides, these are actually written by the people of the city. Just as you would when traveling to a new place – be sure to Ask a Local!

What does this book offer?

Paris: A Paris Travel Guide Written by a Parisian teaches you how to plan The Visit of a Lifetime and understand the Iconic Parisian Lifestyle. You’ll gain access to a wealth of Tips and Tricks for Experiencing Paris as a Local and how to avoid tourist traps while still seeing the iconic sights of this city. This book gives you an in-depth description of how to enjoy each of the Parisian “arrondissements” (districts or neighborhoods) and aviod getting stuck in the “tourist bubble”. It’s time to enjoy Paris like a local!

Download Paris: A Paris Travel Guide Written by a Parisian now, and start turning your travel dreams into a reality!

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You’ll be so happy you did!

American Adventures: Washington State: (Full Color Travel Guide) (American Adventures – Romantic America Book 32)

by Ken Christensen

American Adventures: Washington State – Kindle e-pub, the 32nd book in the American Adventures Travel Guide Series, takes on a whole new look and offers a unique perspective on The Art of Travel.

Author Ken Christensen, has produced a completely NEW American Adventures format that features unique lodgings and “Romantic Things To Do” throughout the United States and Canada.

The new format of American Adventures includes numerous color photos and a pleasing design unlike any other e-pub travel guides.

Google Maps & American Adventures

Within this e-pub readers find detailed Google Maps linking written reviews to tours:

– Adventures Along The Highways of America ~ Planned adventures just for you!

– Camping Destinations ~ for those who like the outdoors.

– Lighthouse Destinations ~ A great “Day Trip” adventure.

– Lodging reviews (for any budget) feature direct links to website and e mail.

– Things To Do In A Specific Area with links to local Chamber of Commerce, Wikipedia, Weather Channel, and Google Maps.

– The Art Of Romance ~ How To Be Romantic On A Daily Basis.

The American Adventures Philosophy

Its simple! Everyone should be able to travel and appreciate the wondrous beauty of the United States, no matter what their budget. Add a little Romance (if you want)… and lifetime memories are guaranteed!

American Adventures ~ Reinventing The Art Of Travel

A Pleasure. A Pastime. A Passion.

Munich Travel Guide: The Top 10 Highlights in Munich (Globetrotter Guide Books)

by Marc Cook

Munich: A Marvelous Vacation Awaits!

Are you thinking of your next vacation, but you’re not sure where to go? Would you prefer some quiet time of meditation in a dazzling church, or would you like a more activity filled trip, with scenic drives and opportunities to explore the great outdoors. Or, maybe, you want to discover a new culture and experience a brand new city. Well then look no further. Munich is the place to visit whether you’re interested in just one or every one of these options.

This city in Germany offers its visitors some of the most spectacular palaces in the world, beautiful churches and amazing scenic drives just waiting to be explored.

There is just so much to see and do in Munich that it’s difficult to have enough time to see everything you want at your leisure. While this compact book only introduces ten of the things to see and do, a full list could run into the hundreds, if not thousands. Here we present a selection of things from amongst all those you can do, which cannot be missed during your visit to Munich.

Inside the Munich Travel Guide:

  • Schloss Neuschwanstein
  • Schloss Nymphenburg
  • The Romantic Road
  • Schloss Linderhof
  • Schloss Herrenchiemsee
  • Residenz Munchen
  • Theatinerkirche
  • Asamkirche
  • Hofbrauhaus
  • Marienplatz

Follow in the footsteps of locals and seek refuge in one of Munich’s famous beer halls. The assortment of tasty beers will be more than enough to keep you entertained and happy during your stay.

Munich also has several squares with great architecture and old-world charm. Starting with the Marienplatz, tourists who want to experience the Munich lifestyle should simply take a stroll through the historic streets.

One of the many things Munich is famous for is its beers. But, did you know you can take a tour of one of the many breweries and see firsthand how those famous beers are made?

Well, in this easy to read travel guide you’ll find out which are the most popular breweries, but also the most interesting palaces and churches and what other amazing things you can do while vacationing in Munich.

Do it now! Get the Munich Travel Guide right now and start planning your unforgettable vacation!

Travel photobook:Watpho The Biggest Reclining Buddha in Bangkok: Thailand Temple Guide for Tourist ( Travel,Backpacker ,Tourist , Asia, Bangkok,Thailand)

by Rosemary J. Kaiser

Thailand is a very popular destination for travel, culture ,holidays. Temple also is one of most popular to visit. Wat Pho is the most biggest Reclining Buddha located in city . The Temple of the Reclining Buddha or Wat Pho is located next to The Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It’s one of the largest temple complexes in Bangkok. Bangkok.It take only ten minute walk between here and the Grand Palace.

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