Free travel Kindle books for 06 Aug 17

The Long Road From Pub Street: A Cambodia Travelogue (Travelogues Book 1)

by Michael Desrosiers

In this short and entertaining travelogue, an American English teacher tells the story of a slow journey overland across the Kingdom of Cambodia, a small, rural, and often-overlooked corner of Southeast Asia.

The journey is unforgettable, but not always pleasant. Along the way he contends with wild monkeys, a raging Typhoon, baguettes, jellyfish, and the dastardly “twerking bug”.

Part old-school travelogue, part portrait of a foreigner’s view of a country, “The Long Road From Pub Street” is at times lighthearted and at other times introspective.

Discover the mysteries, magic, tragedy, and beauty of the “Kingdom of Wonder”.

Paris: Parisâ?? Top 10 Hotel Districts, Shopping and Dining, Museums, Activities, Historical Sights, Nightlife, Top Things to do Off the Beaten Path, and Much More! Timeless Top 10 Travel Guides

by Tess Downey

Paris is the French capital city and it is one of Europe’s flagship cities in both culture and business. This is the city where art meets culture, and where culture meets life! Whether it is paintings, architecture, fashion or the people’s way of life in general, Paris is the city where artists are born and made!

In this book, you will learn the basic things you need to know about Paris – its location, its people, its language, culture and seasons. You will also be given information regarding your travel needs, and of course an overview of the top tourist attractions, hotels and food places as well as hidden facets of the city to meet your thirst for exploration.

So what are you waiting for? Get ready to pack your bags, your passport and your pocket money! It will be an injustice and a waste of privilege if you don’t get to visit Paris in your lifetime!

Paris’ Top 10 Hotel Districts, Shopping and Dining, Museums, Activities, Historical Sights, Nightlife, Top Things to do Off the Beaten Path, and Much More!

The Guide to Iceland (the Thermal Spa, the Reykjavik Hotel, the Grindavik Hotel, the Northern Lights, the Icelandic Horses, the Food, the Buses and the Flight) from Pearl Escapes 2012

by Pearl Howie

Whether or not you see the Northern Lights in Iceland it’s still an incredible escape, and some things you can do in Iceland whatever the weather. (According to the Icelandic there is no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothes.)

This guide will take you to some incredible hotels in Reykjavik and Grindavik, to The Blue Lagoon and another, only in Iceland experience, riding Icelandic horses through lava fields.

I used to get extremely burned out in my old job and couldn’t even handle finding and booking a hotel and flight or finding what to do when I did take time off. So, I thought “wouldn’t it be awesome if someone would write a guide that just gave you one perfect escape; the perfect hotel, spa, flight and restaurant.”

So that’s what I did. (Only in this guide you get at least two hotels. This is Iceland, it likes to break the rules.)

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