Free travel Kindle books for 04 Oct 18

Recreational Vehicles: A Buyer’s Guide

by Lorayne Miller

This book is about the RV or Recreational Vehicle. There are many considerations to think about when it comes to shopping for the best RV that fits your budget and lifestyle. This book will go over all those little details you might miss and if you are shopping for an RV it’s a good idea to know ahead of time.



BLOODSHOT (Cam Derringer Book 2)

by Mac Fortner

Cam Derringer is Key West’s wildest PI. While working out of his element in New York City, he becomes caught up in a deadly game of kill or be killed.
The assassin known only as BLOODSHOT draws aim on Cam and his closest friends. It appeared to be a game dreamed up by a few bored millionaires until the shots became more deadly.
Cam weaves his way through a battle of wits with the assassin only to find his vision is blurred by beautiful women and Wild Turkey.
With a new suspect at every turn, this fast-paced thriller leads Cam down a path of destruction, where he has to choose between reality and romanticism and ultimately between life and death.



101 Amazing Things to Do in Tokyo: Tokyo Travel Guide (Japan Travel Guide, Backpacking Tokyo, Budget Travel Tokyo)

by 101 Amazing Things

Hey there! Congrats on finding the ultimate guide to Tokyo!

This Tokyo, Japan Guide is now available across all digital devices – So what are you waiting for?!

We think you are so very lucky to be going to Tokyo and this guide will let you in on all of the city’s travel secrets so you can have the best possible trip, whatever floats your travel boat.

Why You Need 101 Amazing Things to Do in Tokyo

This Tokyo guide is here to give you the inside track on:

  • the most delicious things to eat and drink, whether you want to sip on some incredible Japanese sake or you fancy learning how to roll authentic Japanese sushi
  • the most happening festivals, like the Tokyo International Art Fair or a traditional festival at a historic temple
  • jaw dropping historical and cultural sights you won’t want to miss like spectacular Noh Theatre shows and Imperial Palaces that are decadently beautiful
  • outdoor adventures you won’t forget in a hurry, whether you fancy a game of beach volleyball in the centre of the city or ice skating outdoors in the festive season
  • where to shop for authentic souvenirs so that you can remember your trip to Tokyo forever
  • the best places to catch a show, some live music, and make local friends
  • and so much more awesomeness besides!

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My Bucket List of Things to Do When Retired: Book One

by Lorayne Miller

Congratulations if you are retired! You don’t have to work anymore. You have come of age and it’s these golden years you have looked forward to every day and now that day has suddenly come. Some people enjoy doing nothing every day but will you really enjoy your retirement doing nothing? Perhaps you have won the lottery and retired early. Now what do you do with your time? This book will give 25 great ideas so you won’t spend one minute being bored.



Aruba: The Official Travel Guide

by United City Travel Guides

Want to know Aruba inside-out even though you haven’t stepped on the island yet?

Want to know all the little known, insider tips and information that locals do not want you to know?

Want to enjoy the best of Aruba’s attractions and activities?

You will find all this and much much more on the pages of this exclusive and one of its kind Aruba travel guide to help you make the most of time on this sunshine, ivory sand and turquoise water Caribbean Island.

From the best places to eat at in Oranjestad to combing through the little known (and thankfully uncrowded) beaches of Aruba, I’ve got it all covered.

Here are some things covered in the book

– Local events and festivals that visitors can participate in

– Best places to eat at and stay in various Aruban cities and tourist strips

– Secret tips for making the most of your visit to local attractions

– In-depth information about local culture and way of life

– A comprehensive guide to the island’s beaches and which beaches you should visit based on your preferences and objectives

And much more.

If you are looking to save time and money, while making the most of your time under the Caribbean sun, look no further. This is the guide for you.



Backpacking around India and Nepal in 105 days: Ultimate guide for cheap bastards

by Igor Linardic

Itinerary: Delhi – Deshnok – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Pushkar – Jaipur – Amber – Haridwar – Shimla – McLeodGanj – Amritsar – Wagah border – Agra – Gwalior – Khajuraho – Varanasi – Lumbini – Pokhara – Kathmandu – Dhulikhel – Patna – Bodhgaya – Kolkata – Puri – Konark – Bhubaneswar – Hyderabad – Bhongir – Hampi – Tirumala – Kanchipuram – Mamallapuram – Chennai – Mysore – Ooty – Madurai – Trichy – Rameswaram – Dhanushkodi – Kanyakumari – Munnar – Kottayam – Alleppey – Goa – Aurangabad – Ellora caves – Lonar crater – Mumbai – Diu – Junagadh – Girnar hill – Udaipur – Delhi.

From the Himalayan peaks, through the vast Thar desert and fertile plains of the holy Ganges, along the scenic Deccan Plateau and all the way down to the southernmost point of Indian subcontinent – follow the adventures of a lone European backpacker traveling around India and Nepal on a low budget. Although well prepared for potential problems that might occur along the way, there are just some corners of the world that seem to defy reason and India is certainly one such place that throws its irrationality at a traveler with a full force. It was extremely challenging to go through a barrier of culture and language, mind melting bureaucracy and disorienting religious traditions that seep into the all parts of everyday life, creating logistical chaos that seems to make no sense.

After spending hundreds of hours on cheap trains and slow buses, covering a distance of more than 16500 kilometers and spending, on average, only 10 euro per day, he could proudly say that he – survived! No more crowds and endless standing in line, no more dirt and constant noise, no more rip offs just because he’s European, no more inconveniences related to religion, no more double standards… However, bad memories will fade away surprisingly fast letting wonderful images to appear in his mind – amazing forts and temples, old cities and ancient pilgrimage sites, mysterious secluded places, mighty mountains and attractive tropical beaches, hospitable people and delicious food… It’s simply impossible to stay indifferent in these two countries!



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