Free travel Kindle books for 09 May 17

Birmingham: Where To Go, What To See – A Birmingham Travel Guide (Great Britain,London,Birmingham,Glasgow,Liverpool,Bristol,Manchester Book 3)

by Worldwide Travellers

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Birmingham – The Ultimate Travel Guide

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What This Guide Covers:

– Major Cities
– Traditions
– Sights
– Must-Do Activities
– Hotels
– Restaurants
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Argentina: Where To Go, What To See – A Argentina Travel Guide (Argentina,Buenos Aires,Córdoba,Rosario,Mendoza,San Miguel de Tucumán,La Plata Book 1)

by Worldwide Travellers

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Argentina – The Ultimate Travel Guide

– Are you looking to visit a country you’ve never been to ?
– Have you already booked your trip and you’re now curious what to expect ?
– Maybe a friend loved the trip and you want to have the same great experience now…

Either Way, We Got You Covered !

In This Single Guide, You Will Find All The Information You’ll Need

What This Guide Covers:

– Major Cities
– Traditions
– Sights
– Must-Do Activities
– Hotels
– Restaurants
– and so much more !

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Cost of Justice in India: The Corruption of Police and Lawyers in India as Unscrupulous Servants Tried to Steal my House

by Arak Mathai

This book outlines the grueling experiences I went through as I decided to build a house and retire in the country I grew up in: India.
I had hired servants to look after my house while I was in Canada, and soon they made their intentions to steal my house clear. With the corrupt police and lawyers on their side — and them willing to stoop even to the level of physically attacking me or hiring goons to murder me — I was put through a torturous, multi-year ordeal that deeply impacted me.
It was an experience that I will never forget.



Rapid Fire Europe: Hopping around some of Europe’s favourite cities

by Jason Smart

When Jason Smart decides he wants to visit Western Europe, the main obstacle in his path is the number of countries it contains. From Scandinavia in the north to the sweltering Mediterranean nations of the south, Western Europe contains over twenty different nations, and so he realises that the only way to see as many of them as possible is to hop, skip and jump between them. One day here, a couple of days there: rapid fire stays in one city after another.

Along the way, Smart battles with a nun in the Vatican, gets lost in a tunnel in Luxembourg, is almost run over by a tram in Lisbon and meets Jesus in a hotel in Madrid. He witnesses the wealth of Monaco, the mountainous beauty of Liechtenstein, the neon of Amsterdam’s red light district and the place witches once gathered in Stockholm. Rapid Fire Europe is a lighthearted travelogue through twenty-two of the most beautiful cities in Western Europe.

Jason Smart is a published author of seven other travel books. He has also published travel articles in print and internet-based magazines. Find out more at his website www.theredquest.com.

Books by Jason Smart:
The Red Quest
Flashpacking Through Africa
The Balkan Odyssey
Temples, Tuk-tuks and Fried Fish Lips
Panama City to Rio de Janeiro
Bite Size Travel in North America
Crowds, Colour, Chaos
Rapid Fire Europe



For the love of travel: Travel tales from land and sea

by Emma Louise Allen

Emma Allen was born to travel and work around the world. She was on a quest to find adventure, love, friendships and to learn a different way of life from working and traveling on land to working on cruise ships for over a decade. In ‘For the love of travel’ explores travel tales from the South Pacific to South Africa and in between. Sit back relax and enjoy the holy cow adventure.



Mexico-Expatriate Insights (Mexico Insights Book 1)

by George Puckett

Have you ever dreamed of pulling up stakes and moving to Mexico after retiring? Have you considered Los Cabos, Puerto Penasco, Playa del Carmen, Chacala, Lake Chapala, Cuernavaca, La Paz, San Felipe, Rosarito Beach or Tepoztlán?
This book was initiated as a result of reading a question from a reader in a blog somewhere. She wanted to know why she should move to Puerto Unknown Mexico. She didn’t know anyone there, but it interested her. I knew nothing of Puerto Unknown or Playa Faraway Mexico.
If she wanted to know, then others might want to know – and they might have questions about other places in Mexico. So I sent out invitations through several channels seeking people who would be interested in writing about their various communities. The response was great. As a matter of fact, I had to set a limit of ten articles. But this book is about more than just articles on those ten (10) communities.
What else is included in this book? In addition to wanting to know about different areas, retirees and potential retirees we heard from had an interest in knowing about owning real estate and financing real estate. A frequent question was, “If they bought a property in Mexico, would Title Insurance be available?”
We attempt to address some of these concerns in Part 2 of the book, which we refer to as, “The Expatriates Essential Knowledge Base.”
Many Expatriates are also interested in taxes. What are their tax liabilities? Will they have to pay income tax on their US income? If they earn money in Mexico, will the US tax them on that income? Included is an interesting article by Don Nelson, an Expatriate/Attorney/CPA. Don answers many of these questions. The book also has some general information on becoming a Mexican citizen and dual citizenship.
We are not attempting to answer all of your questions about living in Mexico, but wanted to give you a general understanding of the topic. There is also contact information in the book should you need additional information.
Please Note: A fee may be required/incurred for more detailed information.

“Never quit Dreaming or trying to make your Dreams reality.



Best Places to Retire: The Top 10 Most Affordable Waterfront Places for Retirement (Retirement Books)

by Clayton Geoffreys

Learn the best and most affordable places to retire near a waterfront in under an hour!

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In Best Places to Retire: The Top 10 Most Affordable Waterfront Places for Retirement, you’ll learn about the most ideal places to retire near water. When you’ve worked for years and saved for retirement, few things are as rewarding as being able to retire by water. The tranquility of the crystal clear water provides the perfect ambience to sit back and enjoy your retirement

Read on to learn about ten of the best destinations to retire near waterfronts. We’ll review why each spot is a great place to retire, the local community, and general demographics of each region.

Here is a preview of what is inside this book:

  • Introduction
  • Great Waterfront Places to Retire In
  • 1.Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • 2.Boynton Beach, Florida
  • 3.Fort Meyers, FloridaIn
  • 4.Eureka, California
  • 5.Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
  • 6.Port Townsend, Washington
  • 7.Bandon, Oregon
  • 8.Williamsburg, Virginia
  • 9.Traverse City, Michigan
  • 10. Dubuque, Iowa
  • Conclusion

An excerpt from the book:

One of the perks about retiring in Myrtle Beach is that the state of South Carolina doesn’t put a tax on Social Security benefits. The State also helps retirees receive a generous retirement-income deduction when it comes time to calculate state income tax for the fiscal year. Tax rates are generally lower than the national average between four and six percent of a home’s market value.

The coastal city along the Atlantic Ocean has a population of just above 27,000 residents. This is despite its popularity as one the best places to visit in the United States of America – with an estimated number of 14 million visitors who arrive in the area every year. While the city only has 27,000 residents, the entire metropolitan area – which includes much of Horry County and Georgetown County in South Carolina and part of Brunswick County in North Carolina – has a population of more than 465,000 people.

Because of the large number of tourists, most of the city’s economy comes from a large number of hotels, resorts, and other attractions that are continuously developed, which range from entertainment, retail sales, and places to eat. While many people shy away from large tourist towns, there are plenty of things to enjoy as a potential permanent resident of Myrtle Beach.

When it comes to the rates of utilities and other living expenses, Myrtle Beach has prided itself as one of the most cost-effective places to live in the United States – but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot to do in the area.

For starters, Myrtle Beach is definitely a golfer’s paradise with more than 100 different golf courses. With this plenty of golf courses, there is at least one golf course that fits everyone’s abilities – ranging from Par-3 courses to those frequented by professional players in the Professional Golf Association (PGA) and other high-level tournaments. One of the top-rated courses in this area is the Dunes Golf and Beach Club – which features one of Golf Insider magazine’s Top 25 courses with a rating of 8.8 out of 10.

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