Free travel Kindle books for 21 Dec 17

Thailand Travel Guide: Typical Costs, Traveling, Accommodation, Food, Culture, Sport, Bangkok, Banglamphu, Ko Ratanakosin & Thonburi, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket & More

by Todd Wright

Are you planning a trip to Thailand?
Always been in love with Thailand and Southeast Asia?
Simply browsing and dreaming of a Thai holiday?

Then this book is for you!

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

I am Todd Wright – adventurer, survivor, nomad, traveler and writer and I would like to present to you the exotic Kingdom of Thailand.
This book includes:

  • An introduction to Thailand
  • Typical costs, currency, and money matters and saving tips
  • Top things to see and do in Thailand
  • Getting to Thailand – flying, on the road, via a boat
  • Traveling in Thailand – buses, trains, ferries, taxis, tuk-tuks, boats, motorbikes, renting and more
  • Food and cuisine – where, how and what to eat
  • Culture, etiquette, religion
  • Festivals, entertainment, sport and outdoor activities in Thailand
  • Spas and massages
  • Travel essentials, traveling with children, health, safety and more
  • Bangkok
  • Chiang Mai
  • Railay
  • Chiang Rai
  • Ayutthaya
  • Kanchanaburi
  • Similan Islands
  • Pai
  • Phuket
  • And much more

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

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Less Beaten Paths of America: Unique Town Names

by David C Kravetz

Have you ever wondered how places like Intercourse, Pennsylvania or Hell, Michigan got their names? So did David Kravetz. As he traveled across America’s back roads, David visited these strangely named places, like Uncertain, Success, Nice, Santa Claus and Boring to present a firsthand look at dozens of small towns with unique and often funny names.

While some travel books may mention these towns, the authors rarely, if ever visited them. That’s what makes “Less Beaten Paths of America” more than just a travelogue. David has been to all of the places in this book, talked with the residents, ate the food, and writes of these places with the affection of a devoted family member, keeping one eye on the road, and the other on the details that make us unique.


by Rosemary J kaiser

Khao San Road is the one of best known Bangkok’s district among Tourist and Back packer.It is located on a short street located a kilometer north of the Grand Palace. Khao San Road has many thing that need by backpacker such as budget accommodations, Authentic restaurants and bars offering international foods and drinks, an army of food trucks ,steert food i.e.Pad Thai, mango and sticky rice , Rotee with banana (Yummy!) etc. There are a lot money exchange counters, tour operatorscan help you plan trip elsewhere in Thailand and neighboring countries. The famous”Song krna festival” is beging in mid of April. Good place to go to enjoy Song kran event with many people around the world .

Loire Valley A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Loire Valley – 2018

by Jérôme Sabatier

Merry Christmas !

The Loire Valley is the largest site ever registered in France as World Heritage site by UNESCO. The site crosses a multitude of historic towns and villages, rich with architectural heritage and ancient history. It reveals religious buildings and castles, each more sumptuous than the last, cultivated land and wild landscapes exploding with biodiversity. This ensemble, which witnessed thousands of years of interactions between man and nature, is a cultural landscape of exception. The Loire River is at the heart of this landscape. Indeed, without it, none of this would exist. The largest river in France, and the wildest, it is nicknamed “the Royal River.” The Loire Valley was chosen as a royal residence in the 15th and 16th century. Several days are needed to explore the natural and cultural heritage of these landscapes. Take the time to soak up the history, culture and landscapes, and your stay in the Loire Valley will be unforgettable …

Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Loire Valley in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections: the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Informations, prices and opening hours shown are for 2017.

But most importantly, this “Loire Valley, a World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery. The area and city maps included on all pages show all the sites and monuments discussed.

Let us guide you…

Costa Blanca: Benidorm (150 imagens) (Portuguese Edition)


Visita fotográfica extensa para a cidade mediterrânica dos arranha-céus. Espetacular e único.
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