Free travel Kindle books for 15 Nov 18

101 Amazing Things to Do in Taiwan: Taiwan Travel Guide (Taipei Travel Guide, Southeast Asia Travel Guide, Budget Travel Taiwan)

by 101 Amazing Things

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

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

We think you’re so very lucky to be going to Taiwan and this guide will let you in on all of the country’s travel secrets so you can have the best possible trip in places like Taipei, Tainan, Shifen, Taichung, Kaohsiung, and more.

Why You Need 101 Amazing Things to Do in Taiwan

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

  • the most delicious things to eat and drink, from incredible street market eats like stinky tofu and egg pudding to some of the craziest themed restaurants around the country
  • the most happening festivals, whether you would like to party hard by the beach or you want to join in with the Chinese New Year celebrations
  • jaw dropping historical and cultural sights you won’t want to miss, from museums where you can learn how to make paper through to a pre-historic site that’s 5000 years old
  • outdoor adventures you won’t forget in a hurry, whether you want to ride the waves of Penghu Island, or you fancy white water rafting on the rapids of a local river
  • where to shop for authentic souvenirs so that you can remember your trip to Taiwan 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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Brazil: Experience Brazil! The Go Smart Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Brazil (A Brazil Travel Guide for Travelers, Adventurers, and Tourists)

by Go Smart Travel Guides

See The Real Brazil

Experience Brazil! The Go Smart Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Brazil

Do you want to catch a glimpse of wildlife in the Amazon Rainforest? Or would you like to sun bathe on the white sand beaches of Brazil? The Iguacu Falls also seem to be craving for your attention and the Brazilian carnival is ever so inviting, isn’t it?

Whatever you wish to do – the joy can get doubled if you are with your trusted companion. This book serves as your trusted companion while you are in Brazil.

Right from the things that you should be doing, the places that you should be visiting, the events that you must attend – this book provides you the complete package.
It provides a sneak peek into the culture and history of Brazil along with the main tourist destinations and Amazon Parks that you should not miss.

The specific do’s and don’t’s for tourists are also provided in the book – to provide you an idea of what is considered acceptable in Brazil and what is not acceptable.

You will also get information about the music, dance, songs, eating outlets, best places for accommodation and the best shopping malls in Brazil.

Providing all insider information at your fingertips, this book is a must have if you are planning a trip to Brazil.

What You’ll Know from “Brazil”

-History Of Brazil
-A Brief About Tourism In Brazil
-Popular Events In Brazil
-A Little More About Brazilian Culture
-The National Parks Of Amazon That You Must Not Miss
-Rio De Janeiro
-Manaus
-Paraty
-Salvador
-Curitiba
-Olinda
-Sao Paulo
-The Do’s And Dont’s In Brazil

Want to Know More?

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How To Move To The UK: A Comprehensive Guide From An Expat

by Jon Sterling

If you are considering a move to the UK or have already decided to move to the UK, this is the book for you. It was written by an expat who learned everything the hard way. You can learn from his experiences (most importantly, his failures) so you can spare yourself the same pain and suffering.

The book explores many of the major and minor differences between American culture and the culture in the United Kingdom. The differences are bigger than you’d expect! For example, “efficiency” is not a thing that the Brits embrace. Whenever there is an opportunity to create red tape, they take that opportunity and run with it. Knowing how to navigate the bureaucracy is immensely helpful for anyone who is working on a move to the United Kingdom.

The United Kingdom is a big place, and many people who move there from overseas find themselves in London or close to London when they arrive. London is a world-class city and there are some great tips and tricks in this book to help the newbies get settled without too much fanfare.

The tone is light and it’s an easy read. The humor helps, too. If you are looking for a comprehensive guide on relocation to the UK, this is it.



Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Savannah Georgia: Fun Facts and Amazing Discoveries for Kids (Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Travel Books #6)

by Teresa Mills

Visiting Savannah with kids? Do you want your kids engaged and excited about this beautiful southern city? Do you want your kids to learn as well as have fun while traveling? Look no further!

Get the entire family excited about the things to do in Savannah before you leave, and then let them help plan the trip!

Finally! A Savannah Georgia travel guide for kids – written especially for them! Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Savannah Georgia asks:

Hey Kids! Did you know…

  • The founder of the modern day girl scouts is form Savannah?
  • There’s a cemetery in downtown Savannah that is home to a very famous ghost?
  • There’s an island close to Savannah that was a popular hangout for pirates?
  • There is a fort in Savannah built with hand formed bricks?

You will find out all about these things and much more fun Savannah Georgia facts. You will love this book whether you are preparing for a vacation with the family, or simply want to learn a little more about Savannah Georgia attractions. Younger kids will love this neat way to visit Savannah through reading with their family!

Each section of the book explains some of the history behind some major things to do in Savannah GA as well as listing some fun and interesting facts about each. Your child or grandchild will be your tour guide with this book! So make sure that they have this book early in the planning phases of your trip as well as when you visit Savannah!

But, whether you are planning a trip with your family or just want to know more about Savannah, this book is the perfect way to get started.

Teresa Mills is the bestselling author of the Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Series of children’s books! This series focuses on building your child’s / grandchild’s life experiences through travel and learning activities that will enhance their lives forever!!!

The Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Series also includes:

  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit New York City
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit London England
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit San Francisco
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Washington DC
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Charleston South Carolina
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Paris France
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit a Cruise Ship

Take a look at what other amazon customers say about Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Savannah Georgia:

This author is firing me up on places to visit that I had long ago written off as “boring, bland and uninteresting.” I wish these had been around when our now adult son was little. It would have been fun to let HIM be the tour guide and use this book as a foundation for where to visit and what to see. Now, as a grandparent I’ve got Savannah, Georgia on my radar as a fun place to some day take our grandson when he’s older. But, my goodness, as an adult, I’ll probably use this book as MY tour guide!~Kim

Although I’ve visited Savannah, Georgia in the past, I didn’t know even a fraction of the things Teresa’s book talks about. She includes historical facts about the places she names in the book. This is a great book to take along on a trip to visit Savannah or just to learn more about the city – whether you are planning to visit in the future or just want to know more about this historical place and its treasures.~Teresa

The first chapter or so focuses a good bit on architecture, which isn’t my thing, but later on I was fascinated by the interesting history the author dug up. Things like movie tie-ins, forts, kids’ world getaways: all a great mix of education and fun that made me want to go to Georgia myself. Maybe I will someday. LOL I recommend this book if you’re traveling that way! Have fun, kids! Enjoy traveling while you’re young and learn all you can!~Azalea



Toronto 2018 : 20 Cool Things to do during your Trip to Toronto: Top 20 Local Places You Can’t Miss! (Travel Guide Toronto- Canada)

by Toronto Travel Guide

Are You Ready to Take Off to Toronto?

Welcome to the best Toronto Travel Guide made by locals!

Plan an unforgettable vacation with this best-selling Local Travel Guide reference that shows you where to go, how to get there, and what you need to know before you begin your adventure in Toronto. This book will give you an insight of the best places and most unique places to see where you will mingle with the locals and get to see and do the activities as one of them.

What You’ll Find Inside…

â?¥20 Unique activities to enjoy your Trip
â?¥Where to eat in town
â?¥Where to go Shopping
â?¥Best Parks & Views
â?¥Where to Grab a Drink
â?¥Locals Favourite Places
â?¥ Much, much more!

Toronto is a city steeped in cultural and historical riches, offering some of the world’s finest dining, sport, shopping and landscapes. Be inspired to visit by the brand new Insight Local’s Guide, a concise, compact guide to this iconic destination that combines lively text with the best insights from Locals to highlight the best that the city has to offer.

It took lots of time to incorporate the tips and hacks that ended up shaping this travel guide! And now, we are willing to share those 20 Top Activities with you!

We will tell you where you should go, eat, sleep, and of course, party! We know you won’t just settle for average boring travel guides! We know you are looking for something better; something unique that will truly help you down the road: a book with real life tips, recommendations, useful travel hacks and data… everything you may need in your trip.
You’ve just found what you were looking for!
We will help you simplify your path, showing you exactly where the best places are.
â?¥ Download Your Copy Right Now! â?¥

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How To Move To Colombia: A Comprehensive Guide From An Expat

by Jon Sterling

Colombia has become a popular place for expats. Whether you’re a retiree, a digital nomad or simply someone looking for a pleasant place to call home, Colombia has something for you.

The bustling cities of Medellín and Bogotá are fabulous for their rich culture, modern living and ease of living. The Caribbean and the Pacific coast are full of wonderful beaches and the beach living that comes with it. The mountains and the Amazon provide their own value. And the pueblos are a great way to experience the history of Colombia.

Moving to Colombia is easier than you might think. This guide covers all the essential information you’ll need to get started in Colombia, along with some tips and advice for acclimating to your new home here.



10 Cool Things About New York (Places Series Book 1)

by Adam Tochor

In this book, I highlight ten cool things about the beautiful and bustling city of New York. This city is home to millions of people and has a culture unlike any other place in the World. There are so many things that the world has yet to learn about this incredible city and hopefully these ten cool facts will open your eyes to some new information you might have not known before. These facts may surprise you as this city seems to be constantly teaching us new things. I hope that you enjoy this book and check out more of my books where I highlight “Ten Cool Things” about other things and places.



At Home in the Pays d’Oc: A tale of accidental expatriates (The Pays d’Oc series Book 1)

by Patricia Feinberg Stoner

This is the story of how a small brown and white spaniel turned the lives of two English holidaymakers upside down.
Patricia and her husband Patrick are spending the summer in their holiday home in the Languedoc village of Morbignan la Crèbe. One hot Friday afternoon Patrick walks in with the little dog, thinking she is a stray.
They have no intention of keeping her. â??Just for tonight,’ says Patrick. â??We will take her to the animal shelter tomorrow.’ It never happens. They spend the weekend getting to know and love the little creature, who looks at them appealingly with big brown eyes, and wags her absurd stump of a tail every time they speak to her.
On the Monday her owner turns up, alerted by the Mairie. They could have handed her over. Instead Patricia finds herself saying: â??We like your dog, Monsieur. May we keep her?’
It is the start of what will be four years as Morbignanglais, as they settle into life as permanent residents of the village. “At Home in the Pays d’Oc” is about their lives in Morbignan, the neighbours who soon become friends, the parties and the vendanges and the battles with French bureaucracy.
It is the story of some of their bizarre and sometimes hilarious encounters: the Velcro bird, the builder in carpet slippers, the neighbour who cuts the phone wires, the clock that clacks, the elusive carpenter who really did have to go to a funeral.



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