Free travel Kindle books for 05 Jun 18

Japan Is Very Wonderful – The Guide to Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto and the Kumano Kodo (Without Pictures)

by Pearl Howie

Japan was the beginning of something extraordinary.

Much of who I was on that trip has disappeared. Relationships, business, home, beliefs have all gone or changed radically. But Japan was not my trip, this was the escape of a lifetime for a client.

I discovered that amazing things don’t just happen when you follow your dreams, they also happen when you help others follow theirs.

My guidebooks have always been “an escape in a box” a tour you can follow and do yourself – this one is eight nights in some of the most beautiful places (and hotels) in the world. (It also helps if you eat fish and aren’t scared to get naked in front of others.)



Yosif Travel Books for Kids – New Zealand: All Kids join Yosif to discover New Zealand (Yosif’s Travel Books Series)

by Yosif Eliwa

A travel guide for Kids travelling with their Mum and Dad to New Zealand with a fun and unique way to discover New Zealand for Kids. Whichever city or part of New Zealand your family plans to visit,… Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton, Tauranga, Napier-Hastings, Dunedin, Palmerston North, Nelson, Rotorua, Taupo, Whangarei, New Plymouth, Invercargill, Whanganui, Queenstown, Gisborne, Nelson, Christchurch, Timaru, Dunedin, Invercargill make sure you have Yosif Kids’ Travel Guide. There will be no boring moments in your vacation with this New Zealand travel guideâ?¦ All about New Zealand, especially for kids Geography, fascinating history, flags and symbols, as well as New Zealand culture and things to do in Auckland or all over New Zealand. Recommended for ages 5 to 13 however, parents and older ages are invited to read the book too. This book includes easy-to-read, New Zealand symbols, cool things to do, fun facts, and provide engaging information with stunning photographs that will keep kids engaged for hours. To top it all off, everything is presented in colourful NG Kids style, allowing kids to learn as they ride and have a blast doing it! This book has been written by Yosif Eliwa (6 years old Kid from New Zealand) in a draft notebook then been organized by his father Hassan Eliwa.
Yosif Eliwa, six years old kid lives in Auckland, New Zealand. Yosif studies in year 2, and he is passionate about writing and want to be a famous author in the future because of that his Mum and Dad always challenge him and give him a hand as “People with passion can change the world for the better.” Yosif has written a lot of books for kids, but he is still waiting his father to publish his books online, so please follow him and encourage him.



Naxos – Tinos – Syros. Three gems of the Cyclades: Culture Hikes in the Greek Islands

by Denis Roubien

You want to discover the cultural treasures of the Greek islands? This is the book for you.
This book is a travel story describing, through a large number of photos and detailed maps, some hiking tours in three of the culturally richest and yet not sufficiently known islands of Greece.
It endeavours to cover this omission and give a glimpse of this cultural richness to the visitor who desires to discover it.
Among other things, it presents the most impressive kouroi of ancient Greece, temples that are considered the precursors of the Parthenon, unique iconoclastic and other Byzantine churches that compose what is called the Mystras of the Aegean, some of the best preserved fortified medieval settlements of the Aegean, monasteries that housed schools of international fame, feudal towers, picturesque villages, artistic dovecotes, the world’s largest neoclassical ensemble and a marble craftsmanship inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.



Amazing Places in the Southern Continents: The best travel around the world

by Maria Alice Grant

Amazing Places in the Southern Continents
The best travel around the world

This book will allow you to travel a little bit around Asia and Africa.
We will plunge into the wonderful world of the antiquities of Cambodia and Vietnam, learn the history of the Angkor Wat and rip apart the secrets of the Halong Bay.
What is under the Great Sphinx? What amazing finds have been found in the Valley of the Kings?
What can I buy at the Big Bazaar? Is the statue of Buddha so majestic, as they say? And, finally, what hides the Great Wall of China? Read and you will know everything!

For a wide range of readers



20 things to do in Kochi (20 Things (Discover India) Book 19)

by David Riley

Kochi is one of the biggest cities on the Western Coast of India.  Also referred to as Cochin (its former name), the city is popularly known as the Queen of Arabian Sea.  It has one of the finest natural harbours in the country, complete with beautiful beaches and picturesque islands.

Apart from being one of the most important cities of Kerala, it is also the prime tourist destination, with a lot to offer: from the traditional art forms to the cultural heritage of the state; from the religious festivals celebrated here to the beautiful beaches and natural water bodies.  This book takes on an attempt to uncover some of these, in the form of â??20 things to do’ in Kochi.

So, enjoy the list to a point where you can’t just read anymore, and you just “HAVE TO” go to Kochi and experience it all with your own eyes.

Do check other books on,
Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Goa, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and many other cities in India.



New York’s Haunted History Trail: Tales From the Dead

by Sherri Granato

One of the most famous trails in the United States includes 400 miles of the most haunted and diabolical pathways that feature ghosts and eerie legends that are believed to have originally stemmed from the spirits who date back to the early Native Americans that once walked and lost their lives in what is now known as the state of New York.



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