Free travel Kindle books for 09 Aug 16

American Notes: For General Circulation

by Charles Dickens

A travelogue detailing Charles Dickens’s tour of North America

In January of 1842, Charles Dickens and his wife, Kate, traveled from Liverpool to Boston. At the time, Dickens had already attained a tremendous level of literary success and fame, and the author hoped his travels would help him gain insight into the New World that had captivated the English imagination. Over the ensuing 6 months, Dickens explored the East Coast and Great Lakes regions of the United States and Canada, observing life on the opposite side of the Atlantic from a distinctly British viewpoint.
By turns humorous, critical, witty, and incisive, this travelogue is a unique and keen look at 19th-century North America.

This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

Reality Check: Life in Brazil through the eyes of a foreigner

by Mark Hillary

Reality Check: Life in Brazil through the eyes of a foreigner is an observation of life in modern Brazil. Mark Hillary is a British writer who moved to Brazil in 2010, bought a home, started a company, and has experienced the difficulties of navigating the legendary Brazilian bureaucracy as well as the joys of life with Brazilian people in a land of sport, sun, and endless beaches.

The book covers a range of issues from the difficulties of finding new friends, using a new language, finding a job, and the fast-changing society in Brazil that has resulted in extensive street protests during 2013. It is an observation on modern life in Brazil for anyone planning on living, working, or just visiting the country.

Sections in the book include:
1. Why Move to Brazil?
2. Sorting the basics
3. Handling the language barrier
4. Finding a Home
5. The jobs market
6. A whole load of holidays
7. Getting around in Brazil
8. The health system in Brazil
9. Let’s go shopping
10. A nation paranoid about security
11. The Brazilian climate
12. Going out in Brazil
13. We are not in Kansas anymore
14. Rebuilding your social life in Brazil
15. The 2013 Troubles: Should we be concerned about Brazil?
16. Conclusion & Final Thoughts
17. Appendix: The HuffPo Articles
18. Further Discussion

This book features a foreword by Richard Turner, the UK Deputy Consul General in São Paulo and Deputy Director of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) Brazil.

Extract from the foreword by Richard Turner:
“This book is a series of Mark’s observations on the realities of living and working in Brazil during this period of rapid change.
Mark has started a Brazilian company, employed local people, bought a house, married a paulistana, and lived in both the big city and the Brazilian countryside. He has often worked on projects for the British Consulate to help promote the UK in Brazil. All of these experiences are captured in the book in a way that is easy to read and yet with an insight into the difficulties of negotiating the legendary Brazilian bureaucracy.
Mark’s book is practical and very perceptive. If I had read something like this before I arrived for the first time then some of his insights would have helped me on my own journey to settling down in this enormous country. I strongly recommend putting a couple of hours aside to read this book if you are thinking about investing in or moving to Brazil.”

Extract from the preface to the book:
“What you will find contained here are my thoughts on what daily life is like for a foreigner based in Brazil. What is different about this enormous nation? What is important to know before you make the decision to move here?
From what I have observed in my time here, much of the â??foreigner-in-a-strange-land’ literature in books or blogs is focused on how much the author hates their new home or how to see 128 tourist destinations in 10 days. I’m not backpacking around Brazil; I’m living and working here, running my own company and taking my dog for a walk every morning.
I hope this book gives some insight for people from other countries that might be considering a move to Brazil, or even if you just have an interest in a foreigner’s perspective of the country. You might be watching the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and just wondering what it’s actually like in Brazil – beyond the stereotypical images of football on the beach.
If I can throw some light onto the reality of life in Brazil for foreign visitors and residents then this exercise will have been worthwhile.”

101 Ways To Travel The World For Less Than $10 A Day

by Amirah J. Cook

After embarking on an international traveling adventure without a plan or a budget, I have discovered many ways to travel on a budget. This ebook shares all of my travel secrets, giving 101 Ways to Travel the World for Less Than $10 a Day.

BANGKOK: NIGHTLIFE.: The final insider´s guide written by locals in-the-know with the best tips for night entertainment.

by Sarah Retter

What’s the dance club of the moment, the best place for a drink, the most romantic choice? You’ll find all that information you need in this ultimate Bangkok nightlife guide based on the recommendations of thousands of local night crawlers.

In this fundamental traveler’s guide for Bangkok, the city that never sleeps, you´ll find information about:

Comedy Clubs,
Dancing Clubs
Jazz Clubs
Happy Hours
Cocktail Lounges
The Live Music Haunts
Single Bars
Swinger Bars
Lesbian Bars
Wine Bars
Karaoke Bars
The Late Night Options
Exotic Food Restaurants
Local Food Restaurants
LGBT Scene
Strip Clubs

Download this book now to get the most out of your night!

Italian Jokes and Humor – a story told by the best local guide (Rome Travel Stories)

by Wander Stories

Dear Traveler,
Welcome to the WanderStoriesâ?¢ guide to Italian jokes and humor.
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 Italy 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 Italy with the best local guide

Let’s go!
Your guide, WanderStories

BANGKOK: FREE THINGS TO DO The Freebies and Discounts Travel Guide to Bangkok: The final guide for free and discounted food, accommodations, museums, sightseeing, … outdoor activities, attractions, even

by Sarah Retter

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

Today Only, Get This Great Kindle Book For Just $2.99. Regularly Priced At $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, kindle device or tablet

And probably the most expensive.

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 Bangkok:

-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!

Get two of my books for the price of one.

by Peter Klessa Ramazani

Get two of my books for the price of one.
Book 1: “How You can reduce the Risk of Terrorist Attacks”. Do you want to get some advice from a professional? This is the book you must have on your tablet on vacation.
Book 2: “Book of Terror”. Do you want to learn about 2000 years of terrorism? The book is updated with the latest terrorist attacks until July 2016.

Meine Eindrücke von Italien: Rom in drei Tagen

by Peter Klessa Ramazani

Dieses E-Book ist Teil 10 von meiner Serie über Italien. Rom ist eine der schönsten Städte der Welt. Rom hat auch viele Sehenswürdigkeiten. Die Leute kommen aus der ganzen Welt, um diese wunderbare Stadt zu bewundern. Die Stadt Rom hat auch viele archäologische Stätten. Ich besuchte die Stadt für drei Tage und machte diese Fotos. Genie�en Sie dieses Buch mit vielen exklusiven Fotos von der Ewigen Stadt.

Travel the World on a Budget: The Smart and Cheap Way to Travel the World for Less Money than Ever Imagined

by PawPaw Publishing

Travel the World on a Budget – The Smart and Cheap Way to Travel the World for Less Money than Ever Imagined

Have you ever wanted to travel the world, but have continually put it off because of lack of motivation or financial reasons? This booklet will provided the motivation and techniques to make traveling a reality and priority while saving money to allow you to travel cheaply and maintaining a budget.

Readers of Travel the World on a Budget: The Smart and Cheap Way to Travel the World for Less Money than Ever Imagined will be able to apply the knowledge they’ve learned from this guide to:

– Minimize and avoid world banking fees and forex conversion fees to travel cheaply
– Ways to find cheap plane tickets to control your finances and stick to a budget
– Ways to earns thousands of free frequent flyer miles to get flights for free
– Finding discount travel cards to help save on accommodation, tours, meals, and transportation to travel cheap
– Utilizing programs such as couchsurfing, wwoof, volunteering and others to travel cheap

Learn how to travel cheap and on a budget by downloading and reading Travel the World on a Budget: The Smart and Cheap Way to Travel the World for Less Money than Ever Imagined today.

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Your Safety And Security In Rio de Janeiro

by Francis Okumu

Given the presence of Zika virus in Brazil, many people continue to ask whether it’s safe to make a trip to the country, especially to Rio De Janeiro. With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge together with Prince Harry having ruled out travelling to the 2016 Rio Olympics due to concerns over the virus, this book is your perfect guide towards enjoying a safe and secure travel and stay in Rio de Janeiro.

It starts by introducing you to a short history of Rio; the land of Cariocas, and then immediately takes you through the passport and visa processing (and how to request for an extension of your duration of stay in Rio). Afterwards, you’ll go through the communication network (with examples on how to make a phone call in Rio, together with learning some simple yet common phrases/words in Portuguese which will help you to easily connect with the locals). And it doesn’t stop there! Other valuable topics covered afterwards include:

What to do in case you are lost in Rio de Janeiro.

All the necessary emergency numbers in Rio.

The four most notorious cheats/scams in Rio .

Twelve proven best ways to guarantee your safety and security in Rio.

How best you can stay safe from Zika virus in Rio.

What you need to know about samba and carnival celebrations.

Ten memorable places you should visit while in Rio de Janeiro.

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