Free travel Kindle books for 28 Feb 18

60 Ways to Die in South America

by Tracy Ashworth

Carpe diem, they say. Get out of your comfort zone, they shout from the goddamn rooftops. But they never mention being kidnapped for your kidneys, now do they?

Journalist Lucy Hart’s mojo has shrivelled up like a raisin. Her job in the Classifieds Section of a local newspaper is boring as bat crap, her dating life makes her weep into her wine and her roommate is a fan of extremely loud sex.

Lucy is almost resigned to her life being all sorts of sad when she’s forced to take a travel writing assignment in South America of all places. And as if that’s not bad enough, she’s thrust into the whole horrendous adventure along with the newspaper’s stuck-up freelance photographer, Jack Dawson.

Will Lucy end up baked into an empanada or will she grow a pair of lady balls?

60 Ways to Die in South America is a travel-inspired novel about love, llamas and trying not to dieâ??for anyone who has ever felt like they’re not winning at LIFE.

Sketches of Japan: A Visual Diary (Japanese Edition)

by Daniel Van


Australia in My Notebook: Where Were You When We Did This?

by Charlie Hull

Charlie and Sally Hull landed in Sydney Australia and flew out to Darwin, caught the bus to Katherine and then to Timber Creek, then headed back east to Alice Springs. They flew to Melbourne and took the bus to the capital city of Canberra and then back to Sydney. From Sydney they traveled to Strathfield and Katoomba and then returned to Sydney. From Sydney they flew back to the USA. All of this was accomplished in four weeks. They walked an average of seven miles a day, meeting people and snapping photos of what they saw–crocodiles, busy streets, sunsets on the ocean, street artwork and more. At every step they encountered problems, such as broken airplanes, a visa that would not go through, a passport that was not accepted, food allergies, sun rashes, canceled hotel reservations and more. But through it all, God protected and provided for them. This is their combined journal.

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