Free travel Kindle books for 30 Aug 18

Camino 101: in Traditional Chinese and in English: Practical Preparations For Your Long Walk On Camino de Santiago

by Carol C. Lin

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This book helps 1st time pilgrims to –
1) Choose Your Route
2) Budget Your Trip
3) Get Your Body Ready
4) Prepare the Gears You Need
5) Install the Best Apps To Use

Fifo 50 States (Fifo the Bear)

by Hayley Rose

Fifo 50 States is a colorful reference-like geography book, where Fifo discovers the wonders each state has to offer. He learns along the way each state’s capital, shape, flag, motto, and much, much more. In this delightful rhyming story, Fifo, a warm and lovable brown bear, is bitten by the travel bug. Fifo dreams of digging up diamonds in Arkansas, looking for fossils in Kansas, enjoying a delicious bowl of gumbo in Louisiana, and even seeing a Broadway show in New York. Yes, America is an exciting place! The possibilities are endless, so come along with Fifo and you’ll soon discover the beauty of America one state to another.
This book is not necessarily a book you want to read straight through. Fifo 50 States is best enjoyed a few pages at a time, where you can discover what makes each state unique.

Fifo the Bear books are meant to be read to your children, taking each page at a time and having a fun, interactive discussion to promote bonding and enhance the learning experience. Fifo 50 States is best enjoyed a few pages at a time where you an enjoy and discover all the things that make each state great.

Fifo 50 States has been honored to receive the following Awards:
Literary Classics, Gold Medal
Mom’s Choice Awards, Silver Medal
International Book Awards, “Winner”
Readers’ Favorite, Bronze Medal
Purple Dragonfly Awards, First Place
Royal Dragonfly Awards, First Place
K.A.R.T. Foundation Book List, “Winner
Creative Child Magazine, “Preferred Choice”
National Indie Excellence Awards, “Finalist”
USA Best Book Awards, “Finalist”

Maui: The Official Travel Guide

by United City Travel Guides

In Maui: The Official Travel Guide, you will get the best and most up-to-date advice on visiting the island of Maui.

Maui has a lot to offer, from rich landscapes to cultural events to white sand beaches. Whether you’re planning a weekend stay or an extended vacation, you’ll need to know the lay of the land and where to look to make the most of your time on the island.

Within this book, you’ll learn about the history of the island as well as the legend of the island’s beginnings. You’ll also learn about the roadway system, the island’s weather patterns, and how to decide where you will stay.

As a bonus, the book includes vibrant photographs and convenient maps to assist you in your travels as well as a language guide for popular phrases you will need to know when navigating and asking directions.

The guide will cover all areas of the island, separating its focus by geographic region. You will learn about:

-West Maui, where most tourists choose to stay and vacation- The many resorts of this area will be discussed as well as some of the pros and cons of staying where the action is.
-South Maui, a favorite high-end vacation destination- We will discuss the three most popular tourist locations in this region as well as its five-star restaurant offerings.
-Hana, the east side of the island- This area will feature some of our most talked about landscape attractions and is only reachable by traveling the Road to Hana, a must-do for all Maui visitors.
-North Maui- A favorite spot for those who are interested in a laid-back, hippie lifestyle. This is one of the favorite tourist spots for families and those who are interested in a quiet stay on the island.

We will cover everything you’ll need to know from the time you land on the island to the time you take off and head back to the mainland. If you are only going to buy one travel guide for your Maui vacation, this is the one to buy!

Vietnam Travel Book: 39 Shocking Facts About Hanoi Finally Revealed

by Tripadvisorvietnam Books

Vietnam Travel Guidebook

Hanoi – One Of The Asian Cities That Should Be On Your Bucket List â?

Ha Noi – Know it, Love it â?

There is an over-a-thousand-years-old city which retains many cultural imprints of its past feudal period and preserves precious historic landmarks.

There is a city in which you can enjoy the exquisite, delicate and delicious Pho.

There is a city which was named Hanoi in the heart of Vietnam with peaceful, friendly, and hospitable people.

It is a place to go for the people who know and love its history and culture and the people who just want to experience and learn more about it.

The guidebook reveals to you 39 interesting places around Hanoi that not everyone knows:

  • 22 must-visit tourist destinations in Ha Noi.
  • 17 long-established restaurants which are specialized in Hanoi traditional cuisine.

The book gives you recommendations of:

  • The best 27 restaurants, bars, and pubs in Hanoi suggested by travelers and travel magazines.
  • The best 22 hotels rated 3-5 stars in the center of Hanoi.
  • 8 English-supported hospitals and 8 reliable international banks.

Also, the book offers you:

  • 13 tips to avoid being scammed and 5 tips on how to properly use Vietnamese dong.
  • Suggestions of unique and intriguing culture and art performances sought after by many travelers.

With our useful tips and tricks gathered from the experience of thousands of foreign travelers and locals, you will gain a deeper understanding of the country and be ensured to have a smooth, safe and cost-saving trip. With Tripadvisorvietnam’s travel guidebook ready in your backpack, you can freely explore Hanoi the way you want to. We introduce and offer this free guidebook with great pride and passion and we hope that we can welcome you to our dear country in the very near future.

We are proud to be your companion throughout your memorable journey.

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Gateway of India: Discover India | Photojournals (Heritage of India Book 2)

by David Riley


Completed in 1924, the Gateway of India is an archway-shaped monument, built along the Arabian Sea in Bombay (now Mumbai). It was constructed to commemorate the landing of Queen Mary and King George V, on their Indian visit in 1911. Standing at 26 metres (85 feet) high, the arched structure was used as a symbolic ceremonial entrance to India, used by Viceroys and Governors of the British Empire ruling in India. Hence the name, “Gateway of India.”

The foundation stone of the stone structure was laid on March 31, 1913. The construction of the monument started in 1914, after the final design by George Wittet was sanctioned; and the building was completed in 1924. Since then, it has been one of the symbols of the city of Bombay/Mumbai. Today, it is treated as a historical monument and stands as one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city.


The original intention for building the Gateway of India, was to honour the visit of Queen Mary and King George V to Bombay in 1911, prior to the â??Delhi Durbar’ (also known as Imperial Durbar) of December 1911. However, the structure wasn’t ready during the time of their visit, and they only got to see a cardboard model of the structure; with the actual structure being completed only in 1924.

The land on which the â??Gateway’ was to be built, was earlier a crude jetty, used by the local fishing community. Plans were then made to renovate and reclaim pieces of land, to construct a ceremonial landing place for top British officials and other important people. According to the original plans, the Gateway of India would’ve been the first structure that anyone would see if coming to Mumbai by boat.

The foundation stone of the structure was laid on March 31, 1913 and the construction according to George Wittet’s plan began on March 31, 1914. Between 1915 and 1919, work to reclaim the land at Apollo Bundar (Port), took place; in order to reclaim the land where the new sea wall and the monument would be built. Work on the foundations ended in 1920 and the final structure was completed in 1924. It was then inaugurated on the 4th of December, 1924 by the then Viceroy of India, Rufus Daniel Issacs (The Earl of Reading).

After India’s Independence on 15th August, 1947, the last British troops left the country from this very point. The â??Somerset Light Infantry’, left India on 28th February, 1948, in a ceremony; marking the end of British rule in India.

About the Series

Throughout the History of India, different empires flourished and fell again; but each civilization left its mark, in the form of beautifully constructed buildings and structures. These structures remind us of an era bygone. Some of them have stood the test of time, and have been brilliantly preserved. Others have deteriorated and lost their lustre, and lie in the form of ruins, giving just a hint of their glorious past. None the less, they form an important part of India’s history and represent the historicity of this amazing ancient land in the form of â??Heritage of India’.

This series aims to explore such structures (from different time periods) from around the country and bring it to you in the form of Discover India | Photojournals. It tells you all that you’d need to know about the heritage structure: before, during as well as after visiting the place. This is your perfect guide to know about the concerned structure, as well as enjoy a preview/souvenir with beautiful photographs of the heritage structures. So, enjoy the book and take it with you as you journey through India, exploring the vast array of heritage structures that India has to offer.

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