Free travel Kindle books for 07 Dec 17

Rajasthan: Rajasthan Travel Guide: 101 Coolest Things to Do in Rajasthan (India Travel Guide, Jaipur Travel, Jodhpur Travel, Jaisalmer, Udaipur)

by 101 Coolest Things

Hey there! Congrats on finding the ultimate guide to Rajasthan!

This Rajasthan Guide is now available across all digital devices – So what are you waiting for?!

We think you’re hella lucky to be going to Rajasthan and this guide will let you in on all of the region’s travel secrets so you can have the best possible trip in places like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Bundi, and more.

Why You Need 101 Coolest Things to Do in Rajasthan

This Rajasthan guide is here to give you the inside track on:

  • the most delicious things to eat and drink, from street food staples like hot sweet jalebis through to gourmet rooftop restaurants
  • the most happening festivals, whether you’d prefer to celebrate in Udaipur for the colourful Holi festivities, or you fancy taking in the atmosphere of the Pushkar Camel Fair
  • jaw dropping historical and cultural sights you won’t want to miss from ancient fortresses through to amazing Royal Palaces
  • outdoor adventures you won’t forget in a hurry, from hiking in the Aravilla Hills, through to riding on a zipline in front of a palace
  • where to shop for authentic souvenirs so that you can remember your trip to Rajasthan forever
  • the best places to catch a show, some live music, and make local friends
  • and so much more awesomeness besides!

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International Spanish: On the Go

by David S. Luton

Dear Readers, I have recently made improvements to this book. I hope that you’ll give it a try, and if you like it, please recommend it to others or consider writing a review on Amazon.

This book is appropriate for anyone who wants to learn Spanish, either how it’s spoken in Spain, or how it’s spoken in Latin America (or both!). It’s also appropriate for beginners as well as for those at the intermediate level or above. While not intended as a tourist phrasebook or dictionary; even so, it contains many phrases useful in everyday life, as well as important vocabulary and basic grammar. This book also includes not only vocabulary from Spain and Mexico, but also from Cuba and Argentina and other countries. The author is an experienced high school Spanish teacher who did his studies abroad in Mexico and currently lives in Spain.

For those interested in more advanced grammar, I recommend my books “Spanish Made High School Simple” or “European Spanish Made Simple”. The latter is for those interested only Spanish as it’s spoken in Spain.

Table of Contents
International Spanish: On the Go
La pronunciación
Vowels in Spanish
Consonants in Spanish
Rules of Accents and Stress
Diphthongs and Strong and Weak Vowels
Words with Accent Marks
Subject Pronouns*
Pronouns Used After Prepositions
Object and Reflexive Pronouns
Direct Object Pronouns
Indirect Object Pronouns
Reflexive Pronouns
The Verb tener (to have)
The Verb necesitar (to need)
The Verb hay (there is, there are)
En el aula de clases (in the classroom)
Asignaturas/Materias (school subjects)
La gente (people)
Saludos (greetings)
Despedidas (Good-byes/Farewells)
Palabras y frases útiles (useful words/expressions)
Las presentaciones (introductions)
Amigos y familia (friends and family)
El verbo ser (to be) y las profesiones
The Verb ser
Professions
Los países (countries)
Los idiomas (languages)
Las ciudades (cities)
Hablar de la edad (talking about age)
Describir a la gente (describing people)
La ropa (clothes)
the verb llevar
underwear/housewear
footwear
pants, trousers, legwear
women’s clothes
shirts, tee-shirts, etc.
hats, bets, accessories
coats and jackets
suits and swimsuits
glasses, jewelry, miscellaneous
adjectives for describing clothing
trying on clothing and shopping
Los colores (colors)
Los días de la semana (days of the week)
Los meses del año (months of the year)
Las estaciones del año (seasons of the year)
What’s the date today?
Cardinal Numbers
Ordinal Numbers
Hablar de la hora (telling time)
Las actividades (activities)
The Verb gustar (to like)
Other Verbs like gustar
Activities
The Verb ir (to go)
Los lugares (places)
The Verb estar (to be) and Places
Los deportes (sports)
Los deportes (sports)
La gente (people)
El equipo (equipment)
Los lugares (places)
Viajar (travelling)
ir (to go)
venir (to come)
medios de transporte
words/phrases
Pedir direcciones (asking for directions)
Pedir ayuda (asking for help)
El tiempo (the weather)
El cuerpo humano (the human body)
Comidas, bebidas y la cocina (food, drinks and the kitchen)
ordering food or drink
the four meals of the day
breakfast
lunch
at the table
drinks
fruit
vegetables
meat
seafood
desserts and sweets
nuts
miscellaneous
in the kitchen
La comida española (Food in Spain)
meals and courses
meals
courses
menus and miscellaneous
food terms (masculine)
food terms (feminine)
La comida mexicana (Food in Mexico)
La familia (the family)
El hogar (the home)
Los animales (animals)
La naturaleza (nature)
Basic Grammar
Important Words
Tricky Words



Journey To A Dream: A voyage of discovery from England’s industrial north to Spain’s rural interior (The Journey Book 1)

by Craig Briggs

Like many of us Craig Briggs dreamt of living a different life, free from the stresses and strains of modern living. But unlike most of us, he decided to pursue his dream.
In May 2002 Craig, his wife Melanie and their dog Jazz left their home town of Huddersfield in England’s industrial north and set off for Galicia: a remote and little known province in the northwest corner of Spain.
And so began their Journey To A Dream
With help from the locals, they quickly settled in to their new relaxed lifestyle but the search for a new home soon changed that. They encounter a freelance estate agent of dubious character and after several failed attempts to buy a house are forced to reassess their goals.
Worse follows; a brush with the law, a builder who refuses to work, a swimming pool that floats, and the mysterious disappearance of their life savings. The spectre of a penniless return to England with their dream in tatters hovers over them.
But this Yorkshireman is made of sterner stuff.
Join Craig, Melanie, and Jazz along a colourful, bumpy, and sometimes dangerous journey and immerse your senses in the sights, sounds, and tastes along the way.



Hong Kong Budget Foodie

by Kevin Ung

Hong Kong: What a destination! It’s totally worth visiting, but it’s expensive! It doesn’t have to be with some local tips from a UCLA graduate and Hong Kong resident Kevin Ung. In this BYC Microguide, he has reviewed and featured 20 awesome budget street foodie finds. Check them out, and let him Microguide you to affordable and authentic street food in Hong Kong!



EL ARTE ANDALUSÍ. La Alhambra de Granada. (Spanish Edition)

by Jose Vargas Padilla

Hemos de reconocer, que leerse casi 400 páginas, tiene mérito, aunque sea de un libro dinámico y entretenido, como “El Arte Andalusí. De la Alhambra a la Mezquita de Corduba.”, por ello, y más aún, por la insistencia de mi amiga Berni, escribo esta versión más “light” o breve, dedicado en exclusiva al Arte Andalusí Granadino o la Alhambra.

Qué Bonito es el arco árabe?
Siempre la misma respuesta, ese es el arco de herradura ibero visigodo, que los musulmanes o arte islámico copiaron.

Qué Bonito es el arte árabe?
Siempre la misma respuesta, eso es arte andalusí.

Qué Bonita es la Mezquita de Córdoba, porque no se devuelve a los musulmanes?
Siempre la misma respuesta, antes fue una Basílica Cristiana, y antes una Iglesia Paleocristiana, y antes�

Como se nota que la Mezquita se copio de la Alhambra?
Siempre la misma respuesta, la mezquita de Córdoba, se construyo 500 años antes que la Alhambra

Que Buenos eran esos arquitectos árabes que vinieron de Arabia?
Siempre la misma respuesta, eran arquitectos andalusíes, es decir andaluces de religión musulmana.

� Preguntas y más preguntas, cada vez que alguien decide bajar a esta Andalucía tan desconocida, pero tan visitada, ya hasta agota, así que porque no escribirlo, explicar que es el Islam, para los que no son musulmanes, que es el arte islámico o el arte andalusí�
Explicar los cuatro grandes estilos de esta tierra, que ha tenido muchos nombre, como Tarsis, Bética, Al Ándalus o Andalucía, que son el Estilo Califal, el Estilo Taifal con sus variantes como el Almohade, el Estilo Nazarí, y ese tan olvidado, como el Estilo Mudéjar, de una manera lo más sencilla posible, así evitamos responder siempre lo mismo.

� Descubrir las siete grandes maravillas del arte andalusí, como son la Mezquita Catedral de Córdoba, la Giralda de Sevilla, la Alhambra de Granada o la Alcazaba de Málaga, sin olvidar los Reales Alcázares de Sevilla, es otra parte de este recorrido por esta Andalucía tan desconocida�



Silicon Valley Foodie Favorites

by Randy Fung

Local resident or newcomer to Silicon Valley alike will benefit from Randy’s “Eating Silicon Valley: Foodie Favorites”!

A San Francisco native and Bay Area’s top foodie blogger, Randy points you in all the right directions. His restaurant guide features 35 of his favorite spots to grab anything from dessert, brunch, lunch or a gourmet dinner feast. Particularly notable are the variety of Asian restaurant reviews; this is an area of the United States with some of the best Asian or fusion food around. Randy is someone to listen to when it comes to the food scene in the Bay Area.

About this BYC Microguide he says, “These are the places I return to again and again: a collection of some of my favorite restaurants in Silicon Valley.”



Costa Rica Travel Guide: Typical costs, visas and entry formalities, health and medical tourism, weather and climate, wildlife, and a guide for each Costa Rican region (Dutch Edition)

by Alex Pitt

Are you planning a trip to Costa Rica?
Always been in love with South America and Costa Rica?
Simply browsing and dreaming of a South American holiday?

Then this book is for you!

This book will put your doubts of whether going to Costa Rica is worth it. The magical country has so much to offer for holiday visitors in terms of activities, festivals, food, drinks, sightseeing, animal watching, beaches and more. Plan your holiday with this clever extensive Costa Rican travel guide. Or, if you were unsure of where to go for your holiday – allow me to introduce you to Costa Rica and convince you to visit this magical, beautiful South American country.

I am Alex Pitt – adventurer, climber, survivor, nomad, traveler and writer and I would like to present to you the exotic country of Costa Rica.
This book includes:

  • An introduction to Costa Rica
  • Typical costs, currency, shopping and daily budgets
  • Money-saving tips
  • Visas, entry and exit formalities
  • Health and medical tourism in Costa RIca
  • Holidays in Costa Rica
  • Renting a car and driving in Costa Rica
  • Weather and climate in Costa Rica
  • Crime and safety in Costa Rica
  • Spotting wildlife in Costa Rica
  • Arenal, Monteverde and the Northern Lowlands
  • Bahia Salinas
  • Central Valley
  • Sixaola
  • Guanacaste and the Nicoya Peninsula
  • Manuel Antonio and the Central Pacific Coast
  • Papagayo Peninsula
  • The Orosi Valley (Valle De Orosi)
  • The Osa Peninsula and the South Pacific
  • Tortuguero
  • Caribbean Coast
  • Zona de Los Santos
  • Other Costa Rican regions and much more

Are you ready to learn about Costa Rica? Ready to pack your bags and travel?

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