Free travel Kindle books for 18 Feb 18

Greater Than a Tourist â?? Chandigarh India: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

by Jatin Dewan

Are you excited about planning your next trip?
Do you want to try something new?
Would you like some guidance from a local?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

Greather Than a Tourist- Chandigarh by Jatin Dewan offers the inside scoop on Chandigarh. Most travel books tell you how to sightsee. Although there’s nothing wrong with that, as a part of the Greater than a Tourist series, this book will give you tips from someone who lives at your next travel destination. In these pages, you’ll discover local advice that will help you throughout your trip.

Travel like a local. Slow down and get to know the people and the culture of a place. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.

This ebook includes the full text plus bonus content of the book “50 Things to Know about backpacking on a budget: Simple tips and tricks to save you time and money by author Amy Dresser.



Disney Declassified: Tales of Real Life Disney Scandals, Sex, Accidents and Deaths

by Aaron Goldberg

Welcome to the world of Disney Declassified, a REAL look at some of the situations that play out in their theme parks, their corporate boardroom and all too often, a courtroom. Some of the situations are heartbreaking, others are head-scratching, and all of them are tales Disney would rather you not hear.

Walt Disney, the company bearing his name, and their theme parks have been analyzed and chronicled almost ad nauseam. The word Disney conjures up different feelings for different people. For many, the Walt Disney Company stands for all things wholesome, family-centric, moral and entertaining, but every now and then scandalous and salacious behavior seeps into the utopian world of Disney.

Disney Declassified isn’t about the analysis of the Disney Company at a deep or philosophical levelâ??actually it’s quite the contrary; it is a collection of true stories with Disney being the setting or the catalyst in situations that are very un-Disney-like. In some of these instances, not every Disney story ends happily ever after;

-The shocking time a baby was born and abandoned in a Magic Kingdom toilet.

-When an eight-year-old girl was randomly shot in the back while riding aboard the Disneyland Railroad.

-The controversial story of a handicapped woman having her Disneyland annual pass suspended for speeding and running into other guests with her motorized scooter.

-What do a priest accused of molesting multiple children and the founder of a Ponzi scheme have in common? They both fled their situations and went to work at Walt Disney World.

-The diabolical tale of a woman who sold her newborn baby for $15,000 to take her other children on a trip to Walt Disney World.

-The role a former Nazi SS member played in the construction of Walt Disney World.

– Two hostage situations at Walt Disney World, with one at EPCOT tragically ending in suicide.

-How a peeping Tom set up an elaborate system to spy on female cast members as they changed for work inside Cinderella’s Castle.

-Ever hear of something called “Sphinctering?” If you were one of the unlucky guys working for the fire company on Walt Disney World property, you may have been subjected to this form of male-on-male sexual harassment.

-Find out how the public helped to identify and track down a despicable child pornographer based on the Disney resort in the background images the police released from his reprehensible videos.

The Disney docket doesn’t end with cases of ride accidents, sex, crimes, death and violence. There are multiple stories of people faking cancer to score a free trip to Disney World, interesting copyright infringement and Americans with Disability Act lawsuits and a touching story of how a young boy with autism utilizes Disney characters to communicate with his family.

However you feel about Disney, lover or hater, explore these stories and many more, when the real world collides with Disney and their world. Chances are you may never view Disney the same way again!



Road Trip! Utah, Arizona and Nevada in 8 Days: Exploring South Western USA (Road Trip Travel Book 1)

by Jerome Palmer

This book is a photo essay with 123 photos of a road trip across Utah, Arizona and Nevada, taken over 8 days during Fall (Autumn) 2016.

We’ve written this book for those interested in discovering South Western USA and who are looking to learn more about travelling through Utah, Arizona and Nevada.

This photobook is a photographic summary of some of the places of interest, food and culture of the area. Hopefully this book will help guide those planning and intending to visit South Western USA or simply be entertaining and fascinating to other readers.

This book is part of a three part photo essay series of 3 weeks of travel taken during the northern hemisphere Fall/Autumn 2016 season (in October). There were three legs to this trip over three weeks (covered in separate books):

  • Utah, Arizona and Nevada (Road Trip! Utah, Arizona and Nevada in 8 Days)
  • Mexico City (Discover Mexico City in 7 Days)
  • San Francisco and Los Angeles. (Road Trip! San Francisco and Los Angeles in 6 days)



Greater Than a Tourist â?? Copenhagen Denmark: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

by Maddie Ipsen

Are you excited about planning your next trip? Do you want to try something new while traveling? Would you like some guidance from a local? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this book is just for you.

Greater Than A Tourist Copenhagen by Maddie Ipsen offers the inside scope on Copenhagen, Denmark. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there’s nothing wrong with that, as a part of the Greater than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who lives at your next travel destination.

In these pages you’ll discover local advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you an excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books. Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture of a place.

By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.

This book includes the full text plus bonus content of the book “50 Things to Know About Packing Light for Travel: Pack the Right Way Every time” by Manidipa Bhattacharyya.



Amazing places in Africa (Extended edition): Ruins and restoration of the ancient continent

by Joan Johnson

Amazing Places in Africa
(Extended edition)

Ruins and restoration of the ancient continent

This is an expanded and revised edition of the book on the wonders of Africa.
This book will allow you to travel a little bit around Africa.
We will plunge into the wonderful world of the antiquities of Egypt and Tunisia, learn the history of the Victoria Falls and rip apart the secrets of the Valley of the Kings.
What is the great Sphinx in itself? Was the largest African dam built? Is Tomb of Tutankhamun still dangerous?
Read and you will know everything!

It contains additional information about the pyramids and the ancient city of Nefta.

For a wide range of readers

Introduction

Africa is the second largest continent, and its area is about 22% of the total territory occupied by land.
Including the disputed territory of Western Sahara and the adjacent island states, Africa has 54 independent states.

At present, the population of Africa is about one billion people. Over the past forty years, there has been a real demographic explosion, and therefore the average age of the population on this continent is relatively low. In many African countries, half the population has not reached the age of 25 years.

Africa is located most centrally in relation to the world coordinate system. It is crossed by the zero meridian (0 degrees longitude) and the equator (0 degrees latitude).
Although the population of Africa is about 16% of the world’s population, a quarter of the languages that exist on the planet are spoken only in Africa…….



Tampa Bay: Best Cheesecakes

by Yael Eylat-Tanaka

Cheesecakes are a perennial favorite. They are creamy, sweet, fluffy or dense, tinged with flavorings as exotic as anise or as familiar as chocolate, and are universally loved by almost everyone. In fact, cheesecakes have been made from time immemorial. This book takes a sampling of some of the very best purveyors of that creamy, unctuous dessert around the greater Tampa Bay area and provides a short travelogue of sorts to pique the curiosity and stir the imagination of the gourmand traveler, especially those who know the finest cheesecakes. It is, of course, impossible to cover all establishments that offer these marvels of seductive delicacy; but just enough of a representative to hopefully stir some further passion.



The Airport Lounge Cocktail Book: Create delicious free cocktails when you fly!

by Cassandra Johnson

On your business trip, you find yourself in an airport lounge. In said lounge, you are not only lounging, but also longing: for your flight to take off early or at least on time, for good company, for your suit to be less crumpled so you could actually attract good company, for time to pass quicker.
All this longing translates into the longing for one thing: a decent cocktail.

This book will help you to create a decent cocktails right on the spot in the airport lounge.



Greater Than a Tourist â?? Sheffield Yorkshire UK: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

by Laura Welch

Are you excited about planning your next trip?
Do you want to try something new?
Would you like some guidance from a local?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

Greater Than a Tourist by Laura Welch offers the inside scoop on Sheffield. Most travel books tell you how to sightsee. Although there’s nothing wrong with that, as a part of the Greater than a Tourist series, this book will give you tips from someone who lives at your next travel destination. In these pages, you’ll discover local advice that will help you throughout your trip.

Travel like a local. Slow down and get to know the people and the culture of a place. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.



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