Free travel Kindle books for 12 Sep 18

California Bay Area Excursions

by Janelle Lassalle

Explore foodie neighborhoods of the Bay Area in Northern California with our Microguideâ?¢ featuring districts in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley. Besides a spotlight on our hyper-local food and drink tours, we’ve got recommendations for places to explore in San Francisco and across the Bay Bridge in Berkeley and Oakland.

How to Become a U.S. Citizen: Special Edition for MEXICANS – An Essential Guide to Understanding the US Citizenship Process and Becoming a US Citizen

by Stephen Baum

If you’re currently a citizen of Mexico and want to become a citizen of the United States, then this book is for you!

Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet, or Kindle device.

Every year, countless Mexicans cross the border and land on US soil, either in search of a better life for themselves and their families, or to reunite with loved ones already here. The majority of these people spend their lives in the shadows in fear of being deported. However, even those who seek the more conventional “path to citizenship” route when entering the US also find themselves without any guarantee. A little known fact, however, is that the majority of Mexicans residing in the US are indeed eligible to apply for American citizenship. This book will cover everything you need to know in order to apply for US citizenship as a Mexican, from the types of visas you may be eligible for, to how to obtain a green card. No matter whether you’re currently inside or outside the US, this book has got you covered. So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to live the American dream!

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • The History of Mexican Immigration
  • The Unknowingly Illegal
  • What to Know Before Applying for Citizenship
  • Understanding How American Citizenship is Granted
  • Green Card or Lawful Permanent Resident Status
  • What to Do If You’re Already Living in America
  • What to Do If You’re Living Outside America
  • Much, much more!

Download your copy today!

Crossing India the Hard Way

by David S. Wills

Following in the footsteps of Allen Ginsberg and the Beatles, David travelled to India in search of wisdom and perhaps even a life-changing epiphany. Instead, he found himself mostly trudging along behind millions of other tourists and being over-charged or outright scammed at every turn.
Yet between cramped bus rides and crooked rickshaw drivers, away from filthy hotel rooms and inflated ticket prices, he found more or less what he was looking for – a rich and vibrant culture, steeped in history. Although most of the people he met were computer engineers in search of the perfect selfie, rather than sadhus in search of enlightenment, the country and its people held a charm that stole his heart and inspired him to write this funny and intimate book.

Las fuentes del ALGAR (100 imágenes) (Spanish Edition)


Naturaleza espectacular regada por unas fuentes de una belleza única en el mundo.
(Callosa de Ensarriá, Alicante, Costa Blanca, Comunidad Valenciana, España)
Álbum de 100 imágenes.

Mexico Bound Boomers: Paupers in Paradise: Finally, our blog in a book!

by Marcia Gage

In August of 2015 my husband and I made the decision to move to Puerto Vallarta in Jalisco, Mexico. We had traveled there nearly a dozen times on vacation, sometimes for extended periods of time.
I was working 60-70 hours a week as an Academic Advisor in a salaried position. I needed a break from the physical and mental stress of that schedule and we both needed to escape the frigid Minnesota winters.
Our financial situation didn’t support the snowbird option, so we decided to move to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. With that decision we began a blog beginning with an entry on what went into our choice to make the move.
The blog went on for twenty months. Nearly every entry was in a “She Said” “He Said” format, giving two different perspectives on life in Mexico, and also insight to the complexities of marriage. Hopefully you will find this strategy both humorous and informative.
Personal circumstances called for us to move back to the Twin Cities temporarily, so we ended and unpublished the blog.
This book contains all the previous blogs with photos and additional information has been added providing important advice for others who may be considering a move, a snowbird situation, or even a vacation to Mexico.
The EBook contains many informative and interesting links. The paperback makes a great coffee table book!
We look forward to moving back to Puerto Vallarta in the spring of 2019 and plan to visit Minneapolis and St. Paul in July and August when the threat of snow is minimal.
We want you to know why we love the weather, food, culture, and most of all the people of Mexico.
We hope you enjoy our adventure!

Japan’s Most Haunted: Terrifying Places On Earth

by Sherri Granato

Dubbed one of the most haunted destinations on the planet, the Island of Hashima aka Gunkanjima aka Ghost Island, holds nothing back when it comes to encompassing the undeniable and ultimate fear factor where humans are concerned……The most terrifying forest in the world is the location of massive amounts of suicides in one area. This determination has led to the Aokigahara Forest being one of the most haunted woodlands in the world. The forest is dense with wandering trails littered by scattered and some hidden human remains, nooses and other objects intended for ending one’s life.

Rosalia’s Rambles in Wester-Ross: Braemore Junction to Gruinard Bay

by Hamish Mira

Exploring Wester-Ross from Braemore Junction to Gruinard Bay. The book gives information on places to visit and a little of the history of the area so is a great help to any tourists in the area as well as locals. It also tells of how a person is recovering from traumas suffered in the past and rejection as a child in this beautiful area. One can see God’s majesty and greatness in his creation and the love of the Lord Jesus to us all.

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