Free travel Kindle books for 04 Aug 16

Philippines For Tourist!: The Ultimate Guide to Exploring Philippines Without Wasting Time or Money(Manila, Baguio, Boracay, Cebu City, Malapascua, Palawan, Coron, El Nido)

by Cherry M

The Philippines is one of the most underrated destinations in Southeast Asia. For those looking for an off-the-beaten track adventure with diverse terrains to explore and exotic beaches, this is a good thing. It’s an affordable destination and it’s virtually impossible to run out of things to do. From budget to luxury, the Philippines has something for every traveler.

The Philippines is comprised of 7,107 islands all of which are divided into three geographical regions namely: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. In each of these regions are mountains, volcanoes, beaches, islands, and several UNESCO World Heritage Sites Manila, the capital city, is an internationally renowned center of business that continues to grow. It has numerous skyscrapers although it’s also rich in history and offers much to explore in terms of history and culture. It is the largest Catholic country in Asia, and is home to several stunning churches designed with marvelous architecture and have many stories to tell about the Filipino people.

Here you will find several hundred ethnic groups that live in various areas of the country, some hidden deep in the mountains and islands. The foreign influences of Philippine history are still felt, especially in the larger cities such as Manila and Cebu.

Apart from the numerous destinations to explore in the country, there is another thing that stands out: the hospitality of the Filipino people. They are kind, friendly, and will be happy to offer you advice wherever you go. Filipinos are known to be among the happiest in the world, smiling and laughing and finding a reason to sing and dance whenever possible.

In this e-book, I’ll be providing you with a comprehensive guide to this beautiful country. I’ll provide information on the top tourist destinations: Manila, Baguio, Boracay, Cebu and Palawan.



Visiting Puerto Vallarta – Everything A Tourist Must Know

by Adam Snyder

Are you planning a trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico? Do you know what to expect once you get down there? It doesn’t matter if you have been there before or this is your first time, this E-book will give you a lot of valuable information that you won’t find anywhere else.

How do I know you won’t find this information anywhere else? Simply because I lived in Puerto Vallarta and know the city inside and out. It is because of this that I am able to teach you things that nobody else would even know.

In this E-book you will;

Learn how to stay safe in Puerto Vallarta.

Different ways to save money on your trip.

What you should see and do while you are here.

Why Puerto Vallarta is better than other tropical locations.

And much much more…



BEIJING: CHINESE TRAVEL PHRASES for ENGLISH SPEAKERS: The most needed 1.000 phrases to get what you want when traveling in China

by Sarah Retter

Do you want to travel with ease an elegance getting what you need when you need it?

This is the solution for your communication problems when you travel to China

You can access the phrase you need by using a clickable table of contents that will lead you to the topic you are looking for:

Bank, Bar, Boutique, Bus travel, Business meetings, Café, Car accidents, Car rental, Car travel, Children, Cinema, Communication, Consulate, Customs, Directions, Discomfort, Embassy, Gas station, Hairdresser, Health, Hotel, Luggage, Metro travel, Money, Passport, Personal accidents, Personal information, Phone, Plane and airport, Professions, Restaurant, Supermarket, Taxi, Theatre, Time and date, Train travel, Visa, Weather

Or you can find the phrase you need by searching the keyword in the “search and find” tab of your mobile device.

When you find it you can show the phrase in you mobile device to the person and solve the problem right away!

Download your copy today and travel safe and confident!



Hawaii Revealed – Learn To Travel To Hawaii On A Budget

by Dallas Bennet

How would you like to travel to Hawaii on a budget?

Did you know that Hawaii is not as expensive as you may think? There are multiple ways to save money and still travel to Hawaii. Whether you are traveling to Maui, Kauai, Honolulu or even Molotini, there are always ways to save money and still make your trip memorable.

As an executive to one of the United States largest airlines, I learned quite a bit about saving money while taking trips of a lifetime. It is because of my time with my family and my experience getting great deals that I want to share with you exactly how it is done.

If you want to know how to get a cheap flight to Hawaii, then I’ll show you.

If you want to know where to stay and what to eat in Hawaii, then I’ll teach you how to save money there as well.

Visiting any of the Hawaiian Islands doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg, but you must know the tricks to making the trip as affordable as possible. From eating in to talking with the locals, simple tricks will make your trip memorable and your bill manageable.

You can buy all the Hawaii travel guides out there, but none of them are going to tell you how to save money while still taking the trip. This is why my book is a must for anybody wanting to travel to Hawaii.

Don’t spend thousands of dollars on a single plane ticket and hotel stay, pay less by learning more.

Don’t take my word for it, see for yourself.

Buy Today!!!



Settling in Spain: Our New Life Between the Mountains and the Sea (The Tonks in Spain Series Book 1)

by Doreen B Tonks

(Prospering in Spain, by Ken E. Tonks, is now also on sale.)

Doreen B. Tonks, thoroughly steeped in the rich tradition of books on the subject of living in Spain, decided to add her own contribution to this ever-growing body of first-rate literature, and here it is.

Determined to emulate her peers by telling nothing but the truth, her able pen guides us adeptly through the trials, tribulations and occasional joys of a roving expatriate in her new land.

Doreen, aided and thwarted in equal measure by her obdurate husband Ken, steps out of her semi and her part-time job at the bakery into the adventure of a lifetime and while in the process of recording each and every new experience discovers her hitherto unknown flair for writing.

The publication of â??Settling in Spain’ heralds a new star in the firmament of great Anglo-Iberian travel writers and, furthermore, is a snip at the price.

The ever-magnanimous and sympathetic Doreen has asked the publisher to allow Ken to have the final word, here at least:

“This book will be available until we get our first nosey parker snooping round the place, and not a day longer.”

Ken E. Tonks,

Spain



A Land of Bizarre Frontiers: The Unconventional Adventures of a Gringo in Chile

by Tom Lord

Stranded in the world’s driest desert, buried beneath the snow by Army Commandos, a near death experience with a rampant cow, robbed by mystical gypsies, dodging Molotov cocktails, and teaching English to natives whilst choking on tear gas; this is the story of one person’s journey through an extreme country at the end of the earth.

More than anything this is a story of Chile. It is a story of mountains and volcanoes, of scorching deserts and frozen wastes, of a country peacefully overcoming a controversial dictatorship, and a country steeped in a history of blood, adventure, conquest, and man’s struggle against both himself and the fickle whimsies of Mother Nature.



Tiananmen Square in Beijing – a travel guide and tour as with the best local guide (Beijing Travel Stories Book 9)

by Wander Stories

Dear Traveler,

Welcome to the WanderStoriesâ?¢ tour of Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

We, at WanderStoriesâ?¢, are storytellers. We don’t tell you where to eat or sleep, we don’t intend to replace a typical travel reference guide. Our mission is to be the best local guide that you would wish to have by your side when visiting the sights. So, we meet you at the sight and take you on a tour.

WanderStoriesâ?¢ travel guides are unique because our storytelling style puts you alongside the best local guide who tells you fascinating stories and unusual facts recreating the passion and sacrifice that forged the beauty of these places right here in front of you, while a wealth of high quality photos, historic pictures, and illustrations brings your tour vividly to life.

Our promise:

– when you visit Tiananmen Square with this travel guide you will have the best local guide at your fingertips

– when you read this travel guide in the comfort of your armchair you will feel as if you are actually visiting Tiananmen Square with the best local guide

Let’s go!

Your guide, WanderStories



London and Southern England: Michelle Pfeiffer and Christopher Werle

London and Southern England in pictures.
Travel Photography.



Planning a Vacation with Friends

by Deanna Williams

A vacation can be a wonderful adventure especially when spent with friends. Spending this time with your friends can be a wonderful bonding experience. As long as the trip is properly planned and you are with the right people it can and will be a great trip. While there is no way to guarantee a smooth trip there are things you can do to prepare. As much as you think you know your friends, vacationing with them will open your eyes to a different side of them. This book will give some great tips on planning a wonderful trip.



EUROPE: TRAVEL PHRASES for ENGLISH SPEAKING TRAVELERS: The most useful 1.000 phrases to get around when travelling through France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia and Turkey

by Sarah Retter

Do you want to travel with ease an elegance getting what you need when you need it?

This is the solution for your communication problems when you travel to French, German, Italian, Spanish, Turkish and Russian speaking countries!

You can access the phrase you need by using a clickable table of contents that will lead you to the topic you are looking for:

Bank, Bar, Boutique, Bus travel, Business meetings, Café, Car accidents, Car rental, Car travel, Children, Cinema, Communication, Consulate, Customs, Directions, Discomfort, Embassy, Gas station, Hairdresser, Health, Hotel, Luggage, Metro travel, Money, Passport, Personal accidents, Personal information, Phone, Plane and airport, Professions, Restaurant, Supermarket, Taxi, Theatre, Time and date, Train travel, Visa, Weather.

Or you can find for the phrase you need by searching the keyword in the “search and find” tab of your mobile device.

When you find it you can show the phrase in you mobile device to the person and solve the problem right away!

Download you copy today and travel safe and confident!



Romanian: Romanian for Beginners: Learn Romanian in 7 days! (Romanian Books, Romanian books, Romanian Language)

by Project Fluency

Are YOU planning a trip to Romania? Are YOU Moving To Romania? Do YOU have Romanian Heritage?

Be Honest how Cool would it be if YOU knew Romanian!

Look it’s a fact if YOU know a bit of the local Language your trip will always be a more enriching experience! People will smile and be more cheerful if YOU took the time to learn their language.

Don’t be your average tourist STAND OUT!

Maybe YOU want, Impress a Beautiful Romanian women?

At Project Fluency we believe that in order to communicate well you only need to know the basics of any Language well. For this reason our EXPERT Linguist Team has researched the MOST USEFUL Romanian phrases, grammar rules & words. So don’t you don’t waste YOUR time and energy on things that just simply don’t work. â??â??â??â??

If YOUR ready to learn ROMANIAN TODAY! Scroll up, grab this book, and take the first steps to get the most out of YOUR Romanian Experience!



Sicily Travel Guide: Traveling, activities, sightseeing, food and wine

by Alex Pitt

Are you planning a trip to Sicily?

Always been in love with Italy and everything Italian?

Simply browsing and dreaming of a Southern Europe holiday?

Then this book is for you!

This book will put your doubts of whether going to Sicily is worth it. The magical Italian island has a lot to offer for holiday visitors in terms of activities, food, wine, sightseeing and more. Plan your holiday with this clever extensive Sicilian travel guide. Or, if you were unsure of where to go for your European holiday – allow me to introduce you to Sicily and convince you to visit this wonderful, beautiful Southern Italy island.

I am Alex Pitt – adventurer, climber, survivor, nomad, traveler and writer and I would like to present to you the magical island of Sicily.

This book includes:

  • Why and when to visit Sicily
  • Traveling to Sicily, getting around and typical sights
  • Exploring the island
  • Family-friendly and kids-oriented activities in Sicily
  • Adrenaline and laid-back activities
  • Food guide, foodie activities and best restaurants in Sicily
  • Wine tasting in Sicily
  • Mt. Etna (Mount Etna)
  • Syracuse, Taormina and Palermo guides and stories
  • The salt pans of Trapani
  • and much more!


Ready to visit the Italian island of Sicily for your holiday?

Scroll up, hit that buy button and start packing your bags!



The Joy of Volunteering – Working and Surviving in Developing Countries

by Othniel J Seiden MD

Have you ever wondered, “How Can I Volunteer to Help in Third World Countries?” The need for volunteers is great and the desire of most people to help is abundant, however information on how to get involved, how to prepare for a trip and what to expect when you get there is scarce.

Dr. Seiden founded Doctors to the World and has been to many countries to help in medical emergencies, after natural disasters and just to help when needed. He’s uniquely qualified to help the would-be volunteer to prepare in the best possible way for all the likely occurances when traveling to Third World countries. The stories of his adventures are extremely insightful and interesting. If you want to travel to these countries, this book is a must. If you want to read a one-of-a-kind travel log, you’ll definately enjoy the ride!

In 1980 Dr. Seiden founded Doctors To The World, a 501(C)(3) Charitable Organization, to send volunteer personnel into underserved areas of the world. Over the past decades he’s had the pleasure and the privilege of serving on many volunteer missions throughout the Third World, underprivileged areas in the US and abroad as well as disaster zones on our planet. Though these adventures have been on a volunteer basis, their rewards have been great.



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