Free travel Kindle books for 22 Dec 15

Mumbai India

by Blue Shirt Traveler

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Blue Shirt Traveler’s Guide to Mumbai India is your personal guide to a city filled with adventure and wonder. Explore the old Gateway to India or the modern developments of a growing city. Get insider local tips and general travel knowledge from Blue Shirt Traveler’s latest publication.

Happy Traveling,

The Team at Blue Shirt Traveler



A Door into Another Land: Appalachian Trail Memoirs

by Chris Homan

A door into another land describes the adventures of Chris “Windscreen” Homan and everything it means to hike the Appalachian Trail.

Chris has just spent two years doing a dangerous and exhausting job in Iraq during the surge of US forces, and he wants to do something that he has never done before. Drawing inspiration from Bill Bryson’s A walk in the woods, he organizes his hikes around his university schedule, which splits the AT experience into two very different adventures: northbound from Roanoke, VA in 2011 and southbound from the same spot in 2012.

This book follows Chris’s “Windscreen’s” perspective from the very first time it crossed his mind to hike the nearly 2,200-mile trail, and how it affects his family, friends, body, mind, and soul. The reader is invited along as he comes to terms with morality in the wake of a brother’s death, and reassesses what it means to truly live.

From the war-torn dismay of Iraq to the unblemished splendor of the Appalachian Trail, to the impossible serenity of the Nepali Himalayas, to the Appalachian finish, Windscreen traipses through hard work, trail preparation, physical conditioning, life planning, academic indulgence, and intimate self-reflection towards an optimistic future.



Our Man In Antigua

by Michael Sherer

Congratulations! you just purchased old/outdated information about Guatemala. Any guide book, no matter how new, is two years old, from the time of gathering information/printing and distribution…that’s why I began this project 6 years ago… Antigua (where I live) changes every month… Everything you need to know is here and this guide will save you money and time (guaranteed). There are little known facts, history and recommendations. Consider it the ultimate ‘insider’s guide to Antigua.’



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

by Marc Cook

Tallinn: The Tantalizing City of Contrasts!

Are you thinking of your next vacation, but you’re not sure where to go? Would you prefer some quiet time in a fascinating museum, or would you like a more activity filled trip, with 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. Tallinn is the place to visit whether you’re interested in just one or every one of these options.

This capital city of Estonia offers its visitors spectacular palaces, beautiful historic districts and amazing natural parks just waiting to be explored.

Tallinn has a great number of touristic attractions and it can be quite difficult to pick those you are certain you’ll like. That is why you should definitely get this compact book, which will give you the most important information about the places you can’t miss while visiting Tallinn.

Inside the Tallinn Travel Guide:

  • Toomkirik
  • Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
  • Kadriorg Palace
  • Kadriorg Park
  • Vanalinn
  • Tallinna Botaanikaaed
  • Eesti Vabaohumuuseum
  • Hotel Viru and KGB Museum
  • Lahemaa Rahvuspark
  • Kumu Art Museum

Follow in the footsteps of locals and seek refuge in one of Tallinn’s spectacular museums. The idyllic landscapes will be more than enough to keep you entertained and happy during your stay.

Tallinn also has a historic district with great architecture and old-world charm. Starting with the old town, Vanalinn, tourists who want to experience the Tallinn lifestyle should simply take a stroll through the cobblestoned alleys.

One of the many things Tallinn is famous for is its Communist past. But, did you know you can take a tour of one of the KGB listening posts and learn firsthand the machinations of the Russian secret police?

Well, in this easy to read travel guide you’ll find out which are the most famous Communist relics, but also the most interesting parks and natural reserves and what other amazing things you can do while vacationing in Tallinn.

Wait no more! Get the Tallinn Travel Guide right now and begin planning your best vacation yet!



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