Free travel Kindle books for 08 Jun 17

Travel Hacking: Secrets: The Definitive Beginner’s Guide to Travel Hacking and Flight Hacking: How to Fly Anywhere for Free and Make the Airlines Pay for You

by Sebastian Ritter

Travel Hacking is a term that’s been thrown around a million times over. With so much information available online, you’re basically given a hundred different concepts, but no real direction. This book aims to change that.

Combining technical wisdom with real-world, achievable action steps, I’ll give you the nuts and bolts of travel hacking: the methods, steps and resources I used to get the absolute best travel experiences available, with the least amount of money possible.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How to properly set a travel goal and determine the miles you need for your dream trip
  • How airline alliances work and which cards to sign up for
  • Strategies on how to meet the minimum spend and rack up your mileage
  • How to track your miles efficiently
  • And ultimately, how to redeem your miles for free or upgraded flights, cheap transportation and hotel stays

Do you:

  • Want to jump into travel hacking with a clear and simple plan in place?
  • Want to start without having to spend hours on research and weighing the countless options available?
  • Want to know how to lay the foundation for earning miles, racking up your mileage, and redeeming those miles to fund free or very low-cost trips?

This is the blueprint you’ve been waiting for.

Because you go online and see it every day: average, working class people who are able to see their travel dreams come to life. It could be your co-worker who just filed a leave to see the Big 5 in Africa, or your neighborhood Instagrammer who seems to be traversing one country after another.

You’d love to do the same – only you don’t have the money to do so. And money, in fact, is the biggest factor that comes between most people and their travel goals.

My name is Sebastian Ritter, and like you, I don’t have lots of it either. I’ve travelled to 15 countries, seen 5 of 7 continents, using airline miles almost entirely. I removed money from the equation and used my know-how in travel hacking to be able to travel wherever I want, whenever I want, and as frequently as I do.

And I want to show you that you can do it, too.

There are millions of sources online on Travel Hacking, and it can be confusing with all those flight alliances, rewards programs, credit cards and promotions involved. I created this resource to keep you from having to visit a million websites and go through a hundred different concepts.

Here, I provide the nuts and bolts of travel hacking – discussing in clear detail the exact steps, methods and resources that you need to earn hundreds of thousands of miles, fly first class, and get a free stay in a hotel suite. And you don’t even need to travel a lot to do so, as it’s possible to earn your miles right from the comfort of your own home.

If you’re new to travel hacking, or have simply given up because of the lack of a solid resource on the subject, this is the blueprint you’ve been waiting for. So let’s get started!

Sebastian Ritter

Gritty Spanish Beginnings: Fun, Short and Entertaining Stories For Beginner – Intermediate Spanish Learners – Awesome Side by Side Reading

by Eldon Mirjah

Gritty Spanish Beginnings comes after the popular intermediate -advanced listening and reading Spanish language cult classics, Gritty Spanish Original (2014) and Gritty Spanish: Parte II (2016).

In this version of Gritty Spanish, the stories are a lot shorter and easier to read and understand than the previous offerings, but it’s still has that signature GRIT we all love about Gritty Spanish, but without the foul language. It’s perfect for Beginner – Intermediate Spanish language learners who are interested in improving their Spanish reading comprehension in a fun and unique way through story telling.

In this book, you’ll read 32 short, engaging and extremely entertaining stories that will hook you! It will become a big part in helping finally break out of basic level Spanish.

You’ll read each of the 32 stores in both Spanish & English! This book is professionally formatted, excellent usage of colors, and spacing, making it an extremely easy read.

Detailed explanations on Grammar in each story!
Gritty Spanish Beginnings contains a plethora of explanations of most of the verbs used in each story. There is a lot more, “hand holding” in this version than the previous versions of Gritty Spanish. There is a section at the end of every story, called, “Breaking it all down” you’ll find very helpful.

You don’t even need to finish the story to read certain parts of that section, that’s because in each story, there are links of certain verbs and other Grammar notes which takes you straight to that area. So you click, read read a little about it, and when you click again, it takes you right back to that same point in the story! It’s like having your own dictionary within the book itself, so you don’t need to stop, and look up verbs and how they are used, etc. This is a very cool feature!!!

You’ll learn hundreds of verbs in Gritty Spanish Beginnings and how they are used in context! You’ll increase your vocabulary thanks to the excellent side by side translations.

You’ll this awesome book. It will definitely keep you busy and very entertained for a while and your Spanish reading comprehension will improve greatly as a result!

Audio Package on
Just like the previous versions of Gritty Spanish, all the stories are dramatically voice acted by native Spanish speakers. After reading the stories, you should definitely consider purchasing the audio from the official website,, it’s absolutely amazing and hearing the stories with the sound effects, music and the passion in each character’s voice has always been a staple of Gritty Spanish.

see the end of the book for all the details!

Enjoy and thanks for giving it a shot!

Croatia: Croatia Travel Guide: 101 Coolest Things to Do in Croatia (Dubrovnik, Split, Hvar Island, Zagreb, Budget Travel Croatia)

by 101 Coolest Things

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

This Croatia 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 Croatia, and this guide will let you know all of the coolest things to do, see, and eat around the country, including popular destinations like Dubrovnik, Split, Hvar Island, Zagreb, Pula, Istria and more.

Why You Need 101 Coolest Things to Do in Croatia

This Croatia guide will give you the lowdown on:

  • the very best things to shove in your pie hole, whether you want to chow down on a traditional Croatian octopus salad, or you’d like to sip on Croatian wines
  • incredible festivals, from electronic festivals with world famous headliners through to the Pula Film Festival, which is hosted in a 1st century Roman amphitheatre
  • the coolest historical and cultural sights that you simply cannot afford to miss like the city walls of Dubrovnik and prehistoric caves with imposing stalactites
  • the most incredible outdoor adventures, whether you want to have a rafting adventure on the Cetina River or you fancy taking windsurfing lessons in the coastal town of Bol
  • where to shop for authentic souvenirs so that you can remember your trip to Croatia forever
  • the places where you can party like a local and make new friends
  • and tonnes more coolness besides!

Get Your Copy NOW!

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Deep Kyoto: Walks

by Pico Iyer

Deep Kyoto: Walks is a new anthology of 18 meditative strolls in Japan’s ancient cultural capital. Independently produced by 16 writers who have made their home in Kyoto, this book is both a tribute to life in the city of “Purple Hills and Crystal Streams”, and a testament to the art of contemplative city walking. In a series of rambles that express each writer’s intimate relationship with the city, they take you not only to the most famous shrines and temples, but also to those backstreets of memory where personal history and the greater story of the city intersect. Join Pico Iyer, Judith Clancy, Chris Rowthorn, John Dougill, Robert Yellin, John Ashburne and more as they explore markets and mountains, bars and gardens, palaces and pagodas and show us Kyoto afresh through the eyes of those who call it “home”.

Included are:
18 walks
16 photographic illustrations
A specially commissioned woodblock print by Richard Steiner
12 detailed maps
Links to all locations on Google Maps
Cover Art by internationally acclaimed artist Sarah Brayer

Yellow Fever: Love & Sex in China

by Alex Coverdale

On a quest for enlightenment and adventure, British journalist Alex Coverdale spent almost six years as an English teacher in China. During that time he lived in Beijing, Tianjin, Changsha and Xiangtan, and travelled from inner Mongolia to Hong Kong. Along the way he dug for dinosaur eggs in the Gobi desert, ate snakes, had dealings with Chinese gangsters, and found himself under room arrest at a Moscow hotel. He saw things he never thought he would see, and did things he never thought he would do, developing a deep affinity for China and its people. Over time, he fell in love with the unique culture, the colourful history, and the country’s vibrant, infectious energy. Most of all, however, he fell in love with the women.

This book charts his adventures and misadventures as he explores the Chinese dating scene with surprising and often hilarious results. If you have any interest in China, teaching English abroad, or the dynamics of cross-cultural relationships, this book is for you.

#1 Amazon Bestseller!

Ramen Noodle Recipes

by Ann Sullivan

I am currently in college, living off campus in a shared living arrangement with several other college students. As luck would have it, we all come from middle income families, so there are few very options when it comes to making meals. Ramen noodles are a staple in our shared college crib, so I was wondering if you had any ideas on how to “spice” them up a bit.”

Ramen noodles have been a staple for so many families, especially those with kids and a stringent grocery shopping budget. They are also a staple in our home because of their simplicity and versatility. My kids enjoy them, as do the hired help around the homestead, which is why I assembled this special recipe book, just for those who need a little help making ends meet.

The Ramen noodle recipes included in this latest recipe book are flavorful and spicy. A vast majority of these recipes can be prepared very easily in a matter of minutes, which is an added bonus around here when things get busy and time is short. Ramen noodles are so easy to make that I often let my kids make their own, and doctor them up as they see fit. As a matter of fact, more than a few of these recipes come directly from my kids experiments.

A few of our favorite Ramen noodle recipes include; Broccoli and Ramen Salad, Thai Chicken Peanut Ramen Salad, Sunflower Napa Salad and Cubed Chicken Ramen Noodle Salad, just to name a few. If you’re in need of quick, easy, and cost effective meal solutions, then this is the recipe book for you.

Bon Appetit,

Ann Sullivan

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