Free travel Kindle books for 02 Aug 16

Reykjavik: Reykjavik Travel Guide: 101 Coolest Things to Do in Reykjavik, Iceland (Travel to Reykjavik, Iceland Travel Guide, Iceland Budget Travel, Reykjavik … Backpacking Reykjavik, Iceland Tours)

by 101 Coolest Things

Congratulations! You’ve Found the Ultimate Guide to Reykjavik Travel!

This Reykjavik Guide is now available to download to Kindle, Android Phone, iPhones, iPads, and other tablet devices. So what are you waiting for?!

You are super lucky to be going to Reykjavik, and this guide will let you know all of the coolest things to do, see, and eat around the city, including nature activities, awesome restaurants, historic attractions, and more.

Why You Need 101 Coolest Things to Do in Reykjavik, Iceland

This Reykjavik guide will give you the lowdown on:

  • the very best things to shove in your pie hole, from strange local eats like ram’s testicles, to fancy Michelin star restaurants
  • incredible adventure activities, from white water rafting in rivers to trekking up volcanoes
  • the best shopping so that you can take a little piece of Iceland back home with you, whether that’s from a local flea market or a local distillery
  • the coolest historical and cultural sights that you simply cannot afford to miss, from the Harpa Concert Hall to the National Museum of Iceland
  • where to party like a local person and make Icelandic friends
  • and tonnes more coolness besides!


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Travel around the World: Big Travel & Small Budget – Why It’s Cheaper Than You Think (50 Proven Tricks) (travel books, travel guide, cheap travel, travel for free, how to travel)

by Mark Wayfarer

Travel around the World

Big Travel & Small Budget – Why It’s Cheaper Than You Think

(50 Proven Tricks)

Are you thinking to travel somewhere? Are you out of budget? Don’t worry. This guidebook is here to guide you how you can travel in your budget. You will learn where you can save your money. It will make your traveling trip cheap. You don’t need to pay travel agencies that plan for you. All you need is to go through this guidebook and plan your traveling yourself.

About 50 Tricks are included in this guidebook that will help you to save while you are traveling.

On media, you see expensive hotels, flights, trips, foods and packages because that is what makes them money. But this guidebook will help you for sure. Don’t waste your time anymore and buy it now!

Download your copy of “Travel around the World” by scrolling up and clicking “Buy Now With 1-Click” button.

The Travelers Guide to a Tropical Vacation

by Nancy Sheppard

So, you’re not all that a tropical person but are on the verge of heading to an exotic tropical destination after years of fantasizing about a tropical holiday? Well, that’s most certainly great news! Of course you might have spent a great deal of time planning your finances in order to embark on that holiday. In the very same way, you need to spend a good deal of time planning the finer nuances of that holiday you are about to embark on – it’s really not all that topical a subject, after all. The reason is, you’re venturing into a place unlike anything you’ve ever seen and unless you want to spend your holiday in a hospital or end up not enjoying it at all (yes, these things do really happen to people who have no experience of the tropics at all), you really want to spend a good deal of time chalking out the essentials where it comes to planning that vacation.

Hence, this book. You will find in this book all the pertinent information you need where it comes to planning for that tropical vacation in the best way possible. You will come to see that you can easily make the transition to a tropical lifestyle and get the most out of that holiday of yours, and not be plagued by unnecessary calamities that might befall you because you have failed to do so.

Cut out the Middleman

by John Daysh

Nick Adamson only planned on being in Thailand for a week. But a week later he is running a beach bar, selling drugs to tourists, falling out with the police, falling in love with a hot blonde, and duelling with an out-of-control, drug lord.

Cut Out the Middle Man follows Nick’s descent into the illicit underworld of beach life and the dysfunctional characters who operate beneath the thin veneer of paradise islands.

A Taste for Green Tangerines

by Barbara Bisco

Set in the midst of the Indonesian rainforest, A TASTE FOR GREEN TANGERINES begins with Bethany Parker’s arrival in Borneo and explores the limits of friendship and the consequences of love amidst a small band of Europeans, Americans, and Australians working on an eco-tourism project there. As they battle loggers and gold miners, experiment with local medicines, and selectively adopt the ways of a traditional culture, passions are inflamed, long-held values are shattered, and perspectives are altered by the savagery and beauty of their jungle surroundings. When out-of-control fires, a toxic ‘haze’ and the blood-drenched practices of the head hunters finally drive them from their leafy ‘Eden’, no one, least of all Bethany, herself, emerges from the steamy isolation unchanged.

Walking the World: Memories and Adventures

by Alan Cook

“As Tolkien said, not all who wander are lost. Alan Cook is a walker who is always on the Road to Somewhere. (He) inspires us walkers to get moving on our own adventures. My chief reaction to the book is jealousy. I want to lace up my walking shoes and go exploring.”
รข??Wendy Bumgardner, Walking Guide at

Walking the World: Memories and Adventures elevates the act of walking from something we do every day without thinking about it to a means for putting more fun and excitement into our lives. And we can become healthier, at the same time. Whoever said, “No pain, no gain,” was out to lunch.

In Part I, Alan Cook addresses the difficulty of learning and relearning (after an accident or illness) to walk, which makes us appreciate walking more. He has fond memories of walking with parents, walking in college, walking for love and his son walking to school. There is a chapter on walking safely, and light commentary on fashions he observed while walking on the beach, and on giving directions to motorists. Then a number of other walkers tell their reasons for walking.

Part II ranges the world in a quest for interesting places to walk. It starts with four great walking cities in the United States (Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Washington, D.C.), branches out to the rest of the U.S., and then crosses the border into Canada. Take a walk in ancient Greece or ramble in the British Isles. Peek behind the Berlin Wall and Iron Curtain. Tour the rest of Europe and dip into North Africa at Morocco. Take off to New Zealand and French Polynesia. Then it’s on to Japan, China and the rest of Southeast Asia.

Part III tells about hiking adventures in California and Colorado. Rock climbing (think of it as vertical walking) is also addressed. The author has had interesting hikes on Mt. Whitney and Mt. San Jacinto, among other peaks in California, but his most traumatic experience was getting lost in the wilderness of Colorado.

Part IV addresses long-distance walking. First, Ethan Loewenthal tells what it’s like to walk the Appalachian Trail. Then the author tells about his three long walks: along the California coast, from Los Angeles to Denver, and the British End-to-End.

Hawaiian Style Magazine: August 2016

Experience the Island Lifestyle with Hawaiian Style Magazine. Find out what’s happening on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Hawaii Island aka Big Island, Lanai, and Molokai in the month of August. Adventure, fun, travel, dining, shopping, ocean sports, and more in this Hawaii magazine issue.

How To Disappear Completely

by Ryan Tran

Got the idea for this fictional story as I traveled across the empty spaces of Australia and picked up a hitchhiker who claimed to be a prophet.

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