Free travel Kindle books for 17 Dec 17

A Small Cheese in Provence; cooking with goat cheese

by Jean Gill

‘If I were to currently recommend a cheese book to you, I would choose this one… the photography is beautiful and there is passion in the recipes. It makes a fantastic gift.’ Samantha Milner recipethis.com‘Laugh out loud… such a picture of the fields of lavender, sunflowers and olive trees that you could almost be there with her.’  Stephanie Sheldrake, Living France Magazine
   From the author of the bestselling memoir ‘How Blue is My Valley‘ comes another irresistible invitation to join her in Provence, this time to discover everything you want to know about cheese and its place in French life. How to choose it, serve it and cook with it. Recipes range from traditional tapenade to original British/Provençal fusion such as Big Franglais Breakfast and Pizza Gallois, all illustrated with step-by-step instructions.
   Beautiful colour photos throughout take the reader into Provençal landscapes, street markets and conversations, food history and verse. The celebration of cheese in French and English includes the godlike goatherds and a charming poem in homage to the ravioli of the Dauphiné region, translated from the local Occitan.
 
You could say it’s good, ravioli well made
topped with some gruyère extra thick-laid.
 
  A flavour of France, even for those who don’t cook; food for the brain as well as the table. Why was goat cheese sent on an Apollo space mission? What should you wear if elected to the Guild of Olive Brothers? What is the connection between France’s biggest cross-country car rally and the Picodon cheese? Entertain yourself and your dinner companions with fun facts aswell as recipes that are tried and tested.
 
Award-winning writer and photographer Jean Gill has lived in Provence since 2003. Her articles and photos of French food and lifestyle have appeared in France Magazine and Living France Magazine.
 
jeangill.com



Wildering: Anyone’s Guide to Enjoying the American Wilderness

by Mick Tune

Thousands of years ago, everyone lived in the wilderness. Today, most people live comfortably indoors. This is perfectly fine, of course, but many have completely lost touch with nature. Meanwhile, millions of acres of pristine wilderness are waiting to be enjoyed.

Wildering: Anyone’s Guide to Enjoying the American Wilderness can help reconnect people with the natural worldâ??even those who have never set foot in the woods. Author Mick Tune has the answers to all the questions you’re afraid to ask, with information about equipment, packing, permitting, basic survival, and much more.

You don’t have to be in incredible shape or spend a fortune on equipment to enjoy the outdoorsâ??all you need is a pair of legs and a spirit of adventure. Mick Tune wasn’t a Boy Scout, nor is he a professional mountain manâ??but he loves the wilderness, and he’s learned a lot over three decades of outdoor adventures. Tune is living proof that nature exists for everyone’s enjoyment; you just need the courage to take that first step.



A Few Tips for Survival in the Wild (Second edition): Big collection with practical tips on survival

by Tim Robinson

A Few Tips for Survival in the Wild
(Second edition)

Big collection with practical tips on survival

This is the second edition, corrected and supplemented. From it you will learn some more useful tips and skills for survival in the wild.

This is collection with practical advice on survival.
It includes several previous books by authors that are devoted to survival in the wild.
This is an extended edition. There are a few additional recommendations for survival, including defense against feral dogs.

Content:

How to behave in an avalanche area?

Survival of a dog attack
Introduction
History
Training
General recommendations
Particular notes

How to survive in a forest fire?
Practical advice and recommendations in case of fire in the forest

Advice on preparing for the hike, fire and survival
How to provide a good photo-report about your trip?
A few psychological tips
A few simple rules in the hike
100 tips for backpacking
Useless knowledge of survival
10 Ways to Get a Fire in the wild
Bushcraft. Getting for a fire
Fighting in the forest
Raids and battles in the forest in the border
100 secrets of successful and cheap travel
Recommendations for preparation for travel



Vita ·1· (Spanish Edition)

by JOSEP MARIA PALAUS PLANES

Visita fotográfica a la villa mediterránea de la alegría. Preciosa y única.
[200 fotos]
© JMP



Dallas Light Rail Train Business Directory Travel Guide – Red & Orange Lines (2017)

by Randy Luethye

Thank you for using the Dallas Orange Line Train Business Directoryâ?¢.

All station maps are in order for users to view as they near the next station.

Due to the number of stations in the Dallas Metropolitan Area, the Green & Blue Lines are covered in separate Ebook.



San Diego Trolley Light Rail Train Business Directory Travel Guide

by Randy Luethye

Thank you for using the San Diego Trolley Train Business Directoryâ?¢.

All station maps are in order for riders to use on the train.



Austin MetroRail Train Business Directory Travel Guide (2017)

by Randy Luethye

Thank you for using the Austin Train Business Directoryâ?¢.

All station maps are in order for users to view as they near the next station.



50 Places to See Before You Die: A List of the Earthâ??s Most Beautiful, Captivating, & Eye-Capturing Wonders of the World (Travel Guide Book 1)

by Matt Morris

WARNING: Prepare For Your Bucket-list To Significantly Increase.
This book includes 50 of the most-incredible places around the world that MUST be seen. Whether you’re a backpacker or a luxury traveler, this book has the best of the best travel destinations that you can not miss!

It includes both non-touristy hidden gems, as well as absolutely gorgeous touristic attractions that you will definitely want to see before your time is up. After each listing, there is a brief description of each of the places, and they are organized by Continent. In addition, I’ve included clickable links for each of the 50 travel destinations, so that you can have a sneak peek of what it looks like.

Continents Include:
– Africa

– Asia

– Europe

– North America

– Oceana

– South America

**Includes A Special Surprise At The End**

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