Free travel Kindle books for 06 Aug 16

Iceland: The Ultimate Iceland Travel Guide By A Traveler For A Traveler: The Best Travel Tips; Where To Go, What To See And Much More (Lost Travelers, … Reykjavik, Iceland Guide, Iceland Travel,)

by Lost Travelers

The BEST, Most Value Provided Iceland Travel Guide On The Market

Today Only! Get the ultimate travel tool you’ll need for just $2.99. Regularly priced at $8.99.

Enough with being lost, tricked, and unsatisfied! Lost Travelers have taken out the struggle and worry of traveling by providing our travelers with all the information they need from the point they arrive to the airport till departure. We provide you with a brief history to better understand the locals and the beauty of the city, information on every type of transportation, your safety and amazing places to visit, dishes to try and much more.

Why Lost Travelers Guides?

Tired of long, boring, and biased guides out in the market that not only waste our time but also waste money? So were we! We continuously had to ask someone for the simplest things that could have easily been found if we could speak the language of the location, or information that should have been in the guide we were using at that time! As we continuously face this problem we decided we should create a guide that that would cover everything a traveler needs to know from the point of Arrival to Departure, and the Lost Travelers Guides were born.

When having our guides created we take a lot into consideration such as time, therefore our guides are short and to the point. But mainly we ask ourselves and other travelers what we enjoy during a travel and what we wish we had known prior to visiting the location and that is where the Lost Travelers guides excels. As the Lost Travelers Guide team, we only have one goal and that is to make sure that our guides are the best out, and provides the most value available.

Here Is A Quick Preview Of Our Guide

  • Welcome to Iceland
  • East Coast of Iceland
  • West Iceland
  • Westfjords Iceland
  • Reykjanes Peninsula
  • Reykjavik – Little Capital of Iceland
  • Conclusion

  • A Guide to Haarlem: Visiting Holland’s Golden Age

    by Valerie Murmel

    A detailed guide to the historic town of Haarlem in the Netherlands! Haarlem, with its 17th-century architecture, its art and history, is a great place to explore Holland — and cheaper to stay in than Amsterdam. Whether you are interested in history, music, windmill and steam engine museums, nature or art, this book has got you covered! Also includes info on the coast, dunes, Keukenhof and visiting the flower auction; as well as sections on how to save money on transportation and sight-seeing.

    SPAIN: SPANISH TRAVEL PHRASES for ENGLISH SPEAKING TRAVELERS: The most useful 1.000 phrases to get around when travelling in Spain.

    by Sarah Retter

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

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

    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 you copy today and travel safe and confident!

    Shub Down & Small-up Yuself! Diaries of Jamaica by Bus (Jamaican Diaries Book 1)

    by Susan Lowe

    By Amazon formula, 8.6.12, this book hit #1 in Kindle’s Caribbean UK & Germany stores! HILARIOUS and thoughtful tales of bus rides in corporate Kingston & rural Jamaica with Jamaican glossary. Short and easy reading. For a humourous read, budget travellers, fans of Jamaica, people interested in foreign cultures & intercultural exchange, students of linguistics.
    “A riot, I nearly split my sides laughing!”
    â??Don Lowe, (late of) Citrad Ltd.
    “Times past are often times present and this small book may still be used to guide the truly adventurous soul who wants to risk life and limb travelling on Jamaica’s MAXI minibus “transpotes”
    â??Ronnie DQ, Retired U.H. of the West Indies â??Knife Man’
    “For anybody who has ever travelled on a bus, this book is a must!”
    â??Mike Campbell, Island Car Rentals
    “vivid and colourful, humorous, surprising, sometimes sad but always intriguing. Makes me look forward to your next book”
    â??Angela van der Waals, Royal Netherlands Embassy
    “An uproarious look at growing up on Jamaican public transport”
    â??Bob Cleaves, Vermont winter regular to Jamaica
    A reference in PhD thesis of associate professor of linguistics, U. of Geneva. Jamaican authors series of Montego Bay Community College. Read at ‘Calabash’ international and ‘Independent Voices’ literary fests. In print since 1999.
    CONTES hilarants et réfléchie de trajets en bus dans l’entreprise de Kingston et la Jamaïque rurale. Glossaire jamaïcain. Lecture à court et facile. D’intérêt pour les gens qui cherchent une lecture humoristique, les voyageurs au budget, les fans de la Jamaïque, les personnes intéressées par les cultures étrangères et d’échanges interculturels, les élèves de la linguistique. Une référence dans thèse de doctorat de maître-assiste. de la linguistique, Université de Genève. Série auteurs jamaïquains de Montego Bay Community College. Lire dans les festivals littéraires « Calebasse » (premier internationale de les Caraibes) et « Voix Indépendants ». Dans la presse écrite depuis 1999.
    «Une émeute, j’ai failli diviser mes côtés rire!”
    -Don Lowe, (fin de) Citrad Ltd
    “Pour quelqu’un qui a déjà voyagé dans un bus, ce livre est un must!”
    -Mike Campbell, de Island Car Rentals
    “Vive et colorée, plein d’humour, surprenant, parfois triste, mais toujours fascinant. J’attende avec impatience votre prochain livre “
    -Angela van der Waals, Pays-Bas Ambassade Royale
    “Un coup d’oeil au tumulte drole sur les transports en commun jamaïquains”
    -Bob Cleaves ,Vermont, vacances de l’hiver régulière en Jamaïque
    Durch Amazonas Formel, 8.6.12, dieses Buch #1 karibischen Geschäften, Kindle, vK & De! VERGNUGTE und nachdenkliche Geschichten von Busfahrten im Corporate-Bereich von Kingston und der ländlichen Jamaika. Jamaikanisches Glossar. Kurze und einfache Lesung. Von Interesse für Menschen, die einen humorvollen Lese-, Budget-Reisende, Fans von Jamaika, Menschen in fremden Kulturen und interkulturellen Austausch interessiert, Studierende der Sprachwissenschaften. Referenz in Doktorarbeit von maitre-assiste. der Linguistik, U. von Genf. Jamaican Autoren Serie von Montego Bay Community College. Lesen Sie auf ‘Calabash’ internationalen und â??Independent Voices â?? Literaturfestivals. Im Druck seit 1999
    Ein Aufstand, lachte ich meine Seiten fast gespalten! “
    Don Lowe (Ende der) Citrad Ltd
    “Die Zeiten sind vorbei, aber oft dieses kleine Buch ist immer noch für die wirklich abenteuerliche Seele, die den” Maxi “van, nutzt so genannte” transpotes “in Jamaika
    Ronnie-DQ, pensionierter “Knife Man” von U.H. of the West Indies
    “Für jeden, der jemals in einem Bus bereist hat, ist dieses Buch ein Muss!”
    Mike Campbell, Island Car Rentals
    “Lebhaft und bunt, witzig, überraschend, manchmal traurig, aber immer faszinierend. Macht mich freuen uns auf Ihr nächstes Buch”
    Angela van der Waals, Königlich Niederländischen Botschaft
    “Ein vergnügter Blick auf das Aufwachsen mit der jamaikanischen öffentlichen Verkehrsmitt

    Your Ideal Hawaii Island Vacation East Side: A Guide for Visiting Hilo, Volcano, Kau, and Puna on the Big Island of Hawaii

    by Tyler Mercier

    Your Ideal Hawaii Island Vacation East Side: A Guide for Visiting Hilo, Volcano, Kau, and Puna on the Big Island of Hawaii describes the tropical gardens, waterfalls, coastal parks, and historical sites on the east side of Hawaii Island. Color photographs accompanied by descriptions give an impression of the spectacular sights. Detailed driving directions and maps make it clear how to get to each site. Each site in the guide is accessible by a regular car.

    Many areas in East Hawaii, barely mentioned in other guides, are covered in great detail from the authors’ personal experiences of living there. Stories and legends are told about events that happened in the area. The historical and cultural settings of each site is organized with descriptions to appeal to both seasoned and armchair travelers. The guide also showcases what is happening now at the area’s unique businesses, plantations, and macadamia nut factories.

    Hilo’s tropical gardens, green parks, and historic sites are described with photographs and background stories. A walking tour of downtown Hilo familiarizes visitors with the picturesque sites and buildings in the historic town. Volcanoes National Park and nearby sites are described in detail. The coastline and parks in Puna are described with detailed driving directions. South Point and unique sights in the remote district of Kau are described. Sights along the Hamakua Coast and directions to the international telescopes on Mauna Kea Volcano are also included. The book has Resources for visitors and links to websites with more information about shopping, and activities.

    The guide has no ratings of hotels, restaurants, or tour companies. The authors believe that the most up to date customer reviews of restaurants and resorts are on the internet.

    The authors, Tyler and Chris Mercier, have lived on Hawaii Island since 2007. They lived in Hilo for two years before moving to the west side of the island. The authors researched each site using original materials from early explorers and Hawaiian historians to provide the most accurate view of what happened. They visited every site in the book and took thousands of photographs to document every location. The authors created regional maps and tour maps to allow visitors to plan their trips each day and select the sites they want to see. The authors’ hope that the guide shows the immensity and variety of Hawaii Island to every visitor and encourages them to return.

    You Wanna Go Where? . . . On A What???: Personal Recollections Fond and Otherwise Of a 4,200 Mile Coming Of Age Odyssey

    by George Robertson

    What happens when you mix three teens fresh out of high school, three broken down motor scooters, and four thousand two hundred miles? Oh, and add this: It’s 1963. There is nothing even similar to a smart phone, a GPS, or for that matter, the internet. From a 2016 vantage point, it’s ancient history.

    What happened makes for an engaging, often humorous and always astonishing true-life tale told from my own perspective as one of those three restless, reckless teenagers. Drawn not only from memory but also from a (to me) priceless journal which I kept faithfully through every surprising day of the twenty-three-day adventure. Naturally, the dialogue in this story is necessarily approximated as my journal, as detailed as it was, recorded only snippets of quotable speech. I can assure you, whatever was actually said during these exploits could not be far from what I’ve put down in this narrative. I firmly believe that in many instances my memory did, in fact, more or less precisely preserve verbatim exchanges, especially where high emotion was a factor — and high emotion was a factor more often than not!

    Because time has separated me from my cronies to such an extent that I have been unable to track either of them down to acquire their blessing, I have chosen to leave last names out of the book, with the exception of my own. Events portrayed are true to the best of my ability to recount them, though I have exercised a small degree of dramatic license when memory and/or written journal entry failed to provide specifics.

    Our extended road trip was not a small thing to me then, and even now, looking back as a seventy-year-old man, it has only gained in import. It was perhaps the single most daring thing I have ever done, and it changed me forever. It is my fervent hope that I have managed to capture some of the magic of our “little” jaunt from Salt Lake City, Utah to Canada and back, in such a way that the reader comes away from it with a smile, as I do every time I think back on it.

    Essex, New York Architecture: A Doodler’s Field Guide

    by Geo Davis

    Explore the rich architectural heritage of Essex, New York. This whimsical guide pairs brief, accessible introductions to noteworthy buildings with interactive doodling challenges. Readers are invited to engage creatively with one of the United States’ most intact early-19th-century villages.

    It’s all too easy to take for granted the cultural riches that line our streets. Essex, New York Architecture: A Doodler’s Field Guide is lighthearted and fun, inviting readers to doodle as a way to experience a topic that is all too often academic, dull and stifling. The content is informative but the approach is playful.

    This quirky handbook will jumpstart your immersive doodling adventure. Whether you are already familiar with the architecture in Essex, NY or totally unfamiliar with it, this handbook will inspire your architectural curiosity and reignite your youthful creativity. Learning is inevitable once the reader begins to wonder and experiment. Even the most habituated will discover something new!

    This book is ideal for anyone curious about the architectural heritage of Essex, New York. This portable activity guide is appropriate for young adults and adults, tourists, artists, I-can’t-draw-a-stick-figure pragmatists, adventurous “walking tour” explorers and even long distance armchair explorers.

    ISTANBUL: FREE THINGS TO DO: The freebies and discounts travel guide to Istanbul

    by Sarah Retter

    The final guide for free and discounted food, accommodations, museums, sightseeing, outdoor activities, attractions, events, music, theater and rides.

    This is the best Kindle guide for freebies and discounts available in one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in the world: Istanbul

    And probably one of the most the most expensive ones

    So, if you need to stretch your budget and get the most of this wonderful city, this book is for you.

    You´ll find exciting things to do in Istanbul:

    -Cathedrals, Churches & Cemeteries
    -Park, Gardens & Neighborhoods
    -Show & Rides
    -Food and Drinks

    -Food and Drinks
    -Cruises and Tours

    Plan your visit in advance and save a lot of money while getting the most of your traveling!

    Download you copy today and start saving now!

    Lama Temple in Beijing – a travel guide and tour as with the best local guide (Beijing Travel Stories Book 4)

    by Wander Stories

    Dear Traveler,
    Welcome to the WanderStoriesâ?¢ tour of the Lama Temple (Yonghe Temple) 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 the Lama Temple 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 the Lama Temple with the best local guide

    Let’s go!
    Your guide, WanderStories

    Yu Get Jook! Diaries of a Jamaican Medic (Jamaican Diaries Book 2)

    by Susan Lowe

    This is not Jamaica ER of the UK’s Channel 4. It’s a kinder, more respectful & less invasive self expose of a Jamaican doctor’s journey into and through medicine. Maybe a milder, Jamaican, version of Blood, Sweat & Tea. Even so, it is no less eye opening, even shocking, & can be funny as all…well….read it.

    “…Shocking though, as well as funny & educationalâ?¦the thing that really interested me was the homoeopathic adviceâ?¦”
    – Mercedes Gilkes, Sales Channel Mgr. (ret), Intermec, UK

    “Dr. Lowe captures the deeper lessons taught and learnt about fitting in and being true to oneself … & de bobol doan pass er eider!. (confusion & nonsense doesn’t pass her either)”
    – Francis Pierre, (former) Acting Technical Head, Blood Bank, EWMSC, Trinidad

    “Interestingâ?¦” (what else could this hero say â?¦)
    – EA, high up, Ministry of Health, Jamaica

    “They broke the moldâ?¦”
    – Ron DQ, U Hospital WI â??Knifeman’ (ret), Jamaica

    “Loved the book”
    -CR Donawa, Mgr, Retail & Marketing, Hanschell Inniss, Goddard Entps, Barbados

    “Congratulations on the production of all the eccentricities experienced in the halls of Medicine”
    – Diane Robertson, BSc & PhD (Hon.) Pharm & Elder, Jcan integrative health care

    My Impressions of Italy: Rome in 3 Days

    by Peter Klessa Ramazani

    This eBook is part 10 of my series about Italy. Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Rome also has many famous places. People come from all over the world to see this wonderful city. The city of Rome also contains many archaeological sites. I walked through the city for three days and made these pictures. Enjoy this book with lots of exclusive photos from the Eternal City.

    A Dirty Little War

    by Vanya Vetto

    After a month crawling on the borders of Southern Thailand, he attempts to understand a dirty little war that over a decade has killed over 6000 people. The first two weeks were spent at the border town of Kalok. Bird watching at a peat swamp was his cover. He returned to Southern Thailand a week before the end of Ramadan on his second trip. Trouble was brewing, and he was warned to be very low key. Instead of reading news feeds, on his trip to Betong, he’s broadcasting them. A car bomb has gone off a block away from his hotel. He’s out on the streets documenting, and watching out for the second bomb that never came. Then the next day he’s scampering for his life â?? he believes either the military or the insurgents, or both, are after him. Maybe he’s just paranoid. Or maybe not. Two people were killed and 40 badly injured. While in Betong, which is on the Thai- Malaysia border, he also has time to visit a Malaysian communist insurgent tunnel. He gets lost and has a panic attack. He’s not sure what is worse, getting lost in a rat’s warren of tunnels or being a potential target of a lethal car bomb.

    Two years later, he does a few more border runs into Insurgent territory, offering new insights and glimpses into a war that’s still entrenched. He survives to tell the tale, again.

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