Free travel Kindle books for 13 Jan 19

Offstage in Nuala (The Inspector de Silva Mysteries Book 3)

by Harriet Steel

Inspector de Silva is caught up in the excitement when a professional theatre company comes to Nuala, but matters take a dark turn when the company’s actor manager is murdered. Our inspector has a new case to solve and he has to consider some very unpalatable motives for the crime. He will need all his persistence, coupled with his wife, Jane’s, invaluable help to unmask the villain of the piece.
Set on the exotic island of Ceylon in the 1930s, The Inspector de Silva Mysteries provide a colourful and relaxing read spiced with humour and an engaging cast of characters.

Praise for the previous books in the series:

Trouble in Nuala

A Breath of Fresh Air
“What a delightful change of pace. I really liked the characters and the location. It took place during a gentler time without all the cruelty and violence that defines far too much of the books we see being published now. There is more than enough violence surrounding us today without having our escape to the land of books filled with it.” Puzzler

Dazzled by Nuala!
“The sweltering heat and dazzling light of Ceylon in the 1930s pour out from the pages of “Trouble in Nuala”. Shanti de Silva, Nuala’s police inspector, navigates the complexities of colonial society under British Imperial rule even as he unpicks the threads of a classic murder mystery. First-class entertainment, with a memorable mix of characters.” P Bristow

An Unexpected Treasure
“This is an unexpected treasure. Set in 1930s Ceylon. It is an interesting look at colonialism from the colonial side. I was engaged from the first page and kept in thrall until the end. Inspector DeSilva and Jane are well drawn characters and I plan on following them through further adventures.” Amazon Customer

Dark Clouds over Nuala

Loving this super series
“This is the second book in the Inspector De Silva mysteries series and it just felt like coming home. This story is set in Ceylon 1935 in the beautiful and normally tranquil hill town of Nuala. I can imagine sitting out on the veranda sipping ice tea in the sweltering heat but with a constant reminder of the wilder side of Ceylon just over the other side of the high garden fence. Just stunning!” Books from Dusk till Dawn

5 star suspense
“Beautifully written with evocative descriptions of tropical Ceylon which are so good you can smell all the heady scents and feel the warmth. The characters are rounded and not only is the tale an exciting one with many unexpected twists and turns and a nasty scrape for our Inspector da Silva but some romance for the young constable too. A delightful read with lots of suspense right to the end.” C A J

Passive Income Ideas For Beginners: 5 Ways to Make Money Online Analyzed

by Michael Ezeanaka

Stop Wasting Time and Money! Discover Which Online Business Is A Perfect Match For You - Before You Start The Business!

How many times have you started a business only to later realise it wasn’t what you expected? Would you like to go into business knowing before hand the potential of the business and what you need to do to scale it? If so, this book can help you (Read On Your PC, Mac, Smartphone, Tablet or Kindle device!)

Imagine having concise and insightful information about 5 different online businesses at your fingertips. Imagine knowing upfront which business isn’t for you and in the process save yourself a lot of pain, wasted time and money. 

DOWNLOAD Passive Income Ideas For Beginners – 5 Ways to Make Money Online Analyzed.

Amazon bestselling author, Michael Ezeanaka, provides a step-by-step analysis of 5 business models that have the potential to earn you passive income. A quick overview of each business is presented and their simplicity, passivity, scalability and level of competition in the marketplace are explored.  

You’ll learn something about each of these businesses. Best of all, you’ll discover which particular business model suits your strengths and passion.

In This Book, you’ll discover:

  • A concise, step-by-step analysis of 5 business models you can leverage to earn passive income 
  • Strategies that’ll help you greatly simplify some of the business models (and in the process make them more passive!)
  • What you can do to scale your earnings (regardless of which business you choose)
  • Strategies you can implement to minimize the level of competition you face in each marketplace
  • Myths that tend to hold people back from succeeding in their business (we debunk more than 40 such myths!)
  • Well over 40 Insightful tips that’ll give you an edge and help you succeed in whichever business you chose to pursue
  • More than 40 frequently asked questions (with answers)
  • 5 positive vitamins for the mind (in the form of inspirational quotes that’ll keep you going during the tough times)

â?¦and much, much more!

If you’re ready to take charge of your financial future, grab your copy of Passive Income Ideas For Beginners today! Start taking control of your life by learning how to create a stream of passive income that’ll take care of you and your loved ones.

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RV World : A practical guide to living in an RV

by Brittany Tatro

RV World is an informational book that provides readers with tips on how to cruise America with a recreational vehicle. The book assists readers in guaranteeing they have the necessary resources and information prior to making a trip to Campers Inn, Lazy Days RV, Fun Town RV, or any other local dealer to purchase their own recreational vehicle. Additionally, RV World, answers important questions that a potential or new RV owner may have concerning storage, appliances, security, financing, and maintenance on a recreational vehicle. Beyond offering general RV advice, the book also outlines specific lifestyles associated with RV living to help readers find a RV lifestyle and community that best fits their individual needs.

Fantastic Eats and Where to Find Them at Universal Orlando 2019 Edition: An Unofficial Foodie’s Dining Guide

by Mary deSilva

This edition is the most complete guide to Universal Orlando for Foodies! In this volume, you’ll find recommendations for the best and most fantastic eats to be found Universal’s Florida theme parks, onsite hotels and Universal CityWalk. You’ll learn about Insane desserts, succulent seafood and mouth watering burgers! You’ll also get “Foodie Tips” for finding extra special treats to tempt your palate!

Extreme Budget Backpacker: Remove Money As The Barrier To Living Your Dream

by James Thompson

You have wanderlust, but you’re poor? This guide will show you that lack of money for travelling can be overcomeâ?¦ and abundant cash can even hinder your enjoyment of travel in many ways. I wrote this short guide to prepare others for travelling on limited financial resources. NOTE: This was written by a first-world, young, unattached, middle-class male. Honestly, many people in the world are not in the position to implement my strategies. You’ve been warned 🙂

  • Develop a sense of gratitude for your lack of money
  • If global adventure is a deeply important goal in your life, then you’ll be able to make it happen.
  • Learn the power of creative problem solving while travelling
  • Meet your needs around the world for less than $10 per day… or less if you’re persistent
  • Save money while paying off your debts across the world
  • How to get luxurious travel opportunities for free
  • Sustain your lifestyle indefinitely through rewarding work
  • Seek answers about your life and mission on Earth through the act of travel

    WALKING INTO MURDER (The Professor Laura Morland Mystery Series)

    by Joan Dahr Lambert

    Who would believe that an innocent walking trip in the English Cotswolds would include not just one murder but three, and even more hair-raising adventures? The intrepid American heroine of WALKING INTO MURDER, professor Laura Morland, would have scoffed at the idea. All she wanted was a few days of peace to recover from a humiliating (if not entirely unwelcome) divorce and a chance to test her new independence. That she certainly does; peace is another matter.

    WALKING INTO MURDER is a light-hearted mystery with a delightful setting, an intriguing plot and distinctive characters headed by Laura Morland, a wonderfully appealing new amateur detective. It is part traditional English mystery, part middle-aged female sleuth of independent spirit who solves mysteries that confound the experts, part primer on the the battle between the sexes since Laura is an expert on gender, part rousing adventure. Laura is hardly Miss Marple – she is younger, more active, attractive, even romantically inclined, but the settings and characters are very British indeed.

    It’s a wonderful read: spine-tingling escapes and confrontations on deserted moors contrast with peaceful interludes in England’s quaintest villages and most verdant countryside – and with some near-comic scenes of Laura’s inept but ultimately successful efforts to track down the villains even as she eludes their clutches. Mask-making, amateur theatrics, underground tunnels and an escape from a boarded-up cottage are all part of the action.

    The adventure begins when Laura is invited to teach a seminar on gender issues in London. First she decides to embark on a solo walking trip on the Cotswold Way. The walk soon takes stormy turns. A man plummets out of the thick mist, hauls her into an embrace and begs her to masquerade as his wife. Escorted at gunpoint by an aristocratic Englishman to an ancient manor house, she is confronted by a roomful of eccentrics, any of whom could be the killer of the body she finds in a bedroom – a body that perversely keeps changing its identity. In fact, everyone in in this bizarre household seems to have multiple identities and multiple motivations, making it exceedingly difficult to determine who is telling the truth and even harder to ascertain who is on Laura’s side.

    Curiosity is Laura’s dominant trait and she delves into the mystery with possibly unwise abandon. She is determined to unmask the murderer – and to get the best of her alternately charming and irritating would-be husband, to whom she is undeniably attracted. She soon discovers that her fund of scholarly knowledge about male/female relationships is of little help in dealing with a man who refuses to answer her questions, appears to be having a steamy affair with the titled Lady of the house, and who increasingly seems the most likely candidate for murderer. Complicating matters further is his fraught relationship with Laura’s able assistant in crime-detection, a fiery, free-spirited runaway who lives in the woods.

    As Laura probes deeper, the efforts of the villains to silence her become more frantic and her strategies to evade them more ingenious. With total disregard for the escalating danger, she vows to outwit them all. And she does. In a final dramatic – and totally unexpected – scene, she zeroes in on the killer, or it might be more accurate to say the murderer zeroes in on her.

    Joan Dahr Lambert is the author of CIRCLES OF STONE, a prehistoric novel told through the eyes of three women who became leaders of their tribes, and published by Simon & Schuster in 1997 & 1999. Lambert has written two other prehistoric novels, a novel about wolves for children and a novella, as well as the first two books in the Laura Morland series. The second, BABES IN THE BATHS, will be out soon. Like may published authors, she has decided to try self-publishing. All of her books will soon appear on Kindle and on other on-line venues.

    Spanish Language Lessons: Your Essential Spanish Phrase Book for Traveling in Spain, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Mexico with Ease!

    by Sergio Rodriguez

    Have you ever wanted to visit a Spanish country and be able to speak Spanish?

    Traveling in Spanish countries can be hard. Believe me, I’m a frequent traveler, and I’ve been all around the world. I’ve been in Europe, Asia, and South America, and I have to say that of all the places that I’ve been, I’ve never found more caring and lovely people than in Spanish countries. Maybe it is their past, maybe is their language, but they are always available to give you a hand, talk to you, have fun, grab a drink, and generally have a good time.
    But the language barrier might be hard. You might find yourself trying to say something, and the interlocutor understanding another thing entirely. It might be quite frustrating, and then you end up using your fingers or pointing to what you want, and to be honest, it’s quite ridiculous and a bit childish.

    Sometimes, you might be lucky and find someone nearby who understands English, and that works for the moment, but what if there’s no one there? What if you want a burger without cheese? Or maybe you want a diet Coke, not regular, because you don’t consume sugar? Or, leaving aside the food matters (which are quite important!), let’s say that you want to book a hotel room, but you don’t want to spend too much, and obviously, you don’t want to pay for things that you don’t need. So there goes the Jacuzzi, or the HD television. And you have to make yourself clear, that you don’t want that, without using insults and pointing to the things that you don’t want.

    That’s why I’m writing this book, to help you on your travels, so if you want to take a trip to a Spanish Country, you won’t find it hard to express yourself. And I will not just explain you some phrases in Spanish to ease your life in your trip, I will also teach the differences between countries, and how to travel from one place to another.
    So, if you were planning a trip, or maybe you are already in one and found yourself in a problem, this is the book for you. I hope it helps you with anything that might arise on your trip.

    Get your copy now!

    Introduction to German by Reading Urban Fantasy (German Edition)

    by Dima Zales

    From a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author comes a new kind of textbook…

    Do you want to master German? Do you like science fiction? What about urban fantasy? Are you tired of reading boring textbooks in order to learn German?

    If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, this is a book you should consider. We introduce a one-of-a-kind learning tool that will enhance your reading comprehension, improve your German vocabulary and grammar, and let you enjoy reading a urban fantasy novelette from a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author in the process.

    This novelette is part of the Mind Dimensions series, also available as editions of Learn by Reading. This short story does not require you to have read the other books in the series.

    A guide to San Francisco: From The Eyes Of A Local

    by The Students Of Claire Lilienthal

    In this book you will find a lot of information on San Francisco and everything in and around it. If you like it, please recommend it to all of your friends and family. Thank You!

    A Foodieâ??s Guide to Provence – Places, Flavors, Itineraries, and Must Do for the Epicurean Explorer: 20 Fabulous Provence Recipes (Travel Guides for Food Lovers Book 2)

    by Gabriella Lepore

    There is no place in the world as charming and welcoming than Provence. And, if you love food, Provence is a must see!

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    Vineyards as far as the eye can see, fresh seafood, lavender ad infinitumâ??there’s no question that Provence is foodie paradise. Since the time of the Roman Empire, people have been coming here to bask in the sun and eat their worries away.

    The lovely scenery, lavish natural beauty, and soft Mediterranean light have long made Provence a favorite for painters. Matisse, Gauguin, and Van Gogh were all inspired by the grace of its gentle yet awe-inspiring scenery. Today, you need only step into one of Provence’s many museums to get off the hot streets and see works by all of the above and more.

    Life in Provence is saturated with joie de vivre. Schedule a vacation in Provence when you’re ready to indulge in the ultimate sensory delights. Stroll through idyllic streets as you munch on candied chestnuts and pain au chocolat. Revel in the art of the world’s most renowned painters. Absorb the rays at the beach as if you rely on photosynthesis to survive. Get rubbed down in amber oil at a day spa. Stroll through blooming lavender fields. And, most importantly, eat your heart out. Mussels cooked in white wine, pizza the French way, seafood that was swimming this morning, and, of course, rose for days.

    What you’ll discover in this book:

    -Getting to Provence
    -When to visit with a calendar list of the most important cultural events of Provence and information on the seasons
    -Where to stay
    -The cities of Nice, Avignon, Marseille, Aix-en-Provence where you will discover what to do, what to eat, where to shop, and where to eat for the foodie traveler.
    -A tour across the enchanting Provence countryside including one of the most beautiful village of France, Gordes and a 3-day itinerary to discover the best of what Provence countryside has to offer
    -A 10-day itinerary foodie tour of Provence
    -In the resource section, you will find a list of cooking schools, an excellent activity to discover while visiting the South of France; more restaurants to enjoy; and a list of suggested accommodations for all budgets;

    As well as 20 fabulous Provence recipes you will want to make when you return from your trip including:

    -Soupe au Pistou
    -Classic Ratatouille
    -Petits Farcis
    -And many more!

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    Read on your favorite devices such as Kindle, iPhone, iPad, Android cellular phone, tablet, laptop, or computer with Amazon’s free reading Kindle App.

    Ready to visit the fabulous Provence! Let’s get you started planning your memorable trip to the South of France!

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    The Tengu: An Ennin Mystery #85

    by Ben Stevens

    In a lonely old mansion, surrounded by stinking marshland, a young woman lives in mortal dread of the tengu…

    Shape-changing goblins, who prize the entrails of their victims as a delicacy…

    And then one night, she comes face-to-face with her darkest terror…

    This is the 85th Ennin Mystery.

    ENNIN (å??仁)

    ‘That famous Japanese detective, the illustrious Ennin-sensei… Highly entertaining, although parting slightly from Japanese / oriental myth and customs, thus making the stories more accessible to the western mindset…’ Qualánqui

    ‘Extremely cool mysteries… Would make great TV…’ jorge gonzález -larramendi

    ‘The greatest of Japan’s detectives, Ennin, and of course his trusted servant and chronicler Kukai…’ M. Dowden, Hall of Fame, TOP 50 Amazon reviewer

    ‘These Ennin Mysteries are absolutely fabulous…’ sshap

    ‘I can’t stop reading this series! If you love historical mysteries, you will love the period and cultural detail…’ Pauline

    ‘Cleverly written and filled with facts regarding old Japan…. Very similar to Holmes and Watson…’ Eileen Sedgwick

    ‘An excellent Japanese detective series… I enjoy each and every story…’ R. Russell

    ‘Stevens keeps on delivering… This is a great series. Anyone who enjoys Sherlock Holmes will enjoy the similarities in Stevens’ characters and Doyle’s. Fresh plots, exotic locale, who-done-its, and a unique set of protagonists. I’ve read all the Ennin series and look forward to each new adventure. Highly recommended…’ Abby Normal

    ‘Entertaining read with Holmesian overtones, but very different setting…’ Gerry H

    ‘Once you start this, I’m betting you won’t be able to set it down until you finish it…’ Judy

    ‘The author weaves intrigue, subterfuge and cunning into a very enjoyable story…’ J. Cepeda

    ‘Historical setting and cultural background are excellently researched…’ D. Werdin

    ‘Wonderful… Like a Japanese room arrangement with clean lines keeping clutter to a minimum…’ AcerAcer

    ‘Ben Stevens is masterful. I can’t wait to read his next set of stories…’ Kindle Customer

    ‘Thoroughly enjoyed it…’ Daphne Frampton

    ‘This Japanese detective is a fine addition to the burgeoning field of Asian historical detectives which began with Judge Dee (China) and runs through I.P. Parker’s Akitada…’ Mcb.

    ‘If you like the Akitada books, you will enjoy this….’ Mamakile

    ‘Great short stories…’ Ston

    ‘Something out of the ordinary… Well worth the read…’ Amazon Customer

    ‘The Sensei is a brilliant detective. Ben Stevens, as always rocks. He’s one heck of a storyteller…’ Lisa

    ‘A feudal Japanese Sherlock Holmes… This ever-evolving excellent series… Vivid imagery and graphic detail which are a trademark of this writer…’ Deborah Chaytor

    ‘Try it… and like it… I don’t look for mysteries from the middle ages, even ones set in Japan, but for some reason I love this series…’ Amazon Customer

    ‘Loved it!… Simply amazed… I thoroughly enjoyed this read…’ Edwina Callan

    ‘Very enjoyable…’ Sid

    ‘If you like the Akitada books, you will enjoy this…’ Mamakile

    ‘I loved this…’ MaidenStull

    ‘A prime example of deductive reasoning, set within feudal Japan…’ Jennifer

    Cover image: Kawanabe Kyosai / Tengu and a Buddhist monk / Public Domain

    The Bin and the Bomb: A Humorous Travel Story about an Apartment in Paris

    by Matthew Felix

    “I recorded seven belly laughs. And then, after making dinner, I indulged in two long sessions of laughing.” – Erin Byrne, editor, Vignettes & Postcards series
    Excerpted from a story in the new collection, Porcelain Travels. #1 New Release in Travel Humor * Literary Travel * Solo Travel * Budget Travel2018 Solas Awards Gold for Humor for the story “Let It Flow.”
    Matthew’s minuscule seventh-floor apartment has a top-to-bottom view of the Eiffel Tower. But it’s what the little studio lacks that sets it apart. Bathing. Using the toilet. Avoiding hypothermia. Matthew quickly finds that daily living poses highly unusual challenges–not the least of which being the constant threat of an explosion. A living situation that tested Matthew’s resolve and made him question his sanity, it’s also one he’ll never forget.

    500 Random Facts: about Japan (Trivia and Facts about the Countries Book 8)

    by Lena Shaw

    Did you know there is a whole island full of rabbits in Japan? Have you heard that outside of Japan, the majority of Japanese live in Brazil? What do you know about Hello Kitty toilet paper and vending machines, selling fake used ladies’ underpants? If you’re a fan of the Japanese food, culture, history, and architecture, this book is for you.

    500 Random Facts about Japan is the eighth book in the series Trivia and Facts about the Countries. The author has tried to make it even better than the previous few books, considering all the feedback received.
    This book is a gold-mine of random facts about magnificent Japan. All content is unique, hopefully, thrilling, and family-friendly. Some of these facts are completely chin-dropping, while the others are simply entertaining. Facts describe both history and the aspects of modern life in Japan; its politics, celebrities, athletes, philosophers, and some less-known Japanese people. No matter what you like more – Japanese cartoons, martial arts, historical references, or whether you just need some travel hints – in any case, you will find something great and new to learn from this book.

    The examples of random facts about Japan are below.

    Owning a sword or a handgun is illegal in Japan.

    The only Japanese survivor from the Titanic, Masabumi Hosono was considered a coward in his homeland because he hadn’t died with everyone else.

    Yunessun Spa Resort offers a Green Tea Spa, a Coffee Spa, a Red Wine Spa, as well as a Japanese Sake Spa. And wait for it – a Ramen-Noodle Spa!

    Japan accepted refugees, who were Jewish, during the Second World War, in spite of the fact that Japan was allied with Nazi Germany.

    A Japanese marathon runner quit the Olympics in 1912 and went back to Japan. But he didn’t tell the officials about that. Because of this, he was marked as a missing person in Sweden for fifty years.

    It’s the land of the sun, rice, sumo, samurais, exceptional food, and even more spectacular customs. Yes, that’s Japan, an island country that perfectly juggles with being a fantastic economy, having rich traditions, and constantly trying to be better. Japan is poised to stun and amaze you, make you fall in love with it and yet keep your eyebrows up. So, explore this unique culture with these 500 breath-taking facts about Japan that will provoke you to jump off your feet and start packing your bags!

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    Purana Qila: Discover India | Photojournals (Monuments of Delhi Book 2)

    by David Riley

    About the Series

    Being a historic capital, and housing a vast array of heritage sites; Delhi has always been one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. It has such a large plethora of monuments (and other places) to visit, that even a month’s trip to Delhi might seem insufficient.

    This series makes an attempt to capture some of these monuments in pictures and words, telling all that you’d need to know about the monument: before, during as well as after visiting the place. This is your perfect guide to know about the concerned monument, as well as enjoy a preview/souvenir with beautiful photographs of the monuments. So, enjoy the book and take it with you as you journey through the city of Delhi, exploring the vast array of monuments that Delhi has to offer.

    Purana Qila

    The Purana Qila (Old Fort) in its current form was built by the founder of the Sur Empire, Sher Shah Suri. He is said to have built a raised citadel surrounded by large walls and bastions, with the sprawling city of Delhi around it. The fort was also part of the Mughal Emperor Humayun’s Inner citadel of the city of Din Panah. Over its history, the Purana Qila has shifted hands many times, and has always been an integral part of Delhi. Today, it is one of the must-visit monument complexes in New Delhi, located right next to the Delhi Zoological Park. Although, much of the fort complex now lies in ruins, a few surviving buildings depict the magnificence of the architectural style of an era bygone.

    Croatia: Beneath the Surface (Travels with Tania Book 2)

    by Tania Romanov

    It was the spring of 2014. My brother Sasha and I were spending a month roaming around the beautiful peninsula of Istria, in Croatia, where our mother was born.
    Friends at home in San Francisco raved about Croatia as a tourist destination. For me, Croatia was the place of disasters that started long before I was born, swept me and my family up, and caused our expulsionâ??which had continued until just a few years earlier. Could the tide have turned? I wanted to know. I wanted to go beneath the surface to learn what was happening in the countries of the former Yugoslavia, with which my family had such deep roots.
    This is the story of our time in Croatia, of conversations with and unique insights gained from interactions with the locals.
    Not everything, we learned, was quite as it seemed.

    Learn German with Stories: 12 Inspiring Short Stories with Secret Life Lessons (for Intermediates)

    by Patrick Haul

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    Learn German with Stories

    Learning a new language can be extremely difficult. Especially one that seems so challenging. With its complex grammar rules and strange sounds, it can discourage anyone willing to give the German language a try. On top of that, today’s society has made tight schedules a part of everyone’s lives. Taking a German class might just not be possible for some of us.

    Still, there’s no need to worry! In my opinion, the best way to learn any language is by reading or listening to stories. This book offers you exactly that. A modern, structured and fun approach where you can take your German speaking skills to a higher level.

    The German language has become extremely valued in the modern era. Being able to have a conversation in German can earn you a lot of praise and really set you apart from the rest of the crowd.

    Inside this book you can find:

    • 12 unique German short stories each linked to one another
    • Relatable characters and fun adventures
    • Common words you can actually use in your day-to-day life
    • A German-English vocabulary after each story
    • Short questions for an improved text-comprehension
    • An entire chapter dedicated to phrases and expression you can use in various everyday situations
    • A secret lesson after each story witch you can use to improve your life

    Every skill takes time to master, learning German is no exception. However, you can reduce the learning curve by taking the right approach. By immersing yourself in these stories you not only get more familiarised with common German expressions, but you also get priceless value from the inspiring life lessons hidden in each story.

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    Iceland: The Complete Guide (2018) – Local Secrets, Tips, Tricks and More

    by Antony Rhodes

    Ready To Discover & Explore Iceland?

    For more than thirty years, Antony Rhodes has traveled the world and now he has condensed his experience into this up-to-date pocket guide to the very best of Iceland.

    With inspiring photography, local secrets, and expert advice, you’ll get an authentic, enriching experience of this dazzling country. All information is freshly-researched as of 2017, so you can make the most of your time in the country.

    Inside Rhodes’ Iceland: the Complete Guide:

    • The Icelandic Experience
    • Planning your trip
    • Best Seasons To Go
    • Top 10 Things To Do In Iceland
    • Northern Lights
    • Caves, waterfalls and other natural attractions
    • The Fimmvörðuháls Trek
    • Tröllaskagi Peninsula
    • Iceland’s Capital: Reykjavík
    • The Blue Lagoon
    • Best-Kept Secrets
    • Visit Ã?ingvellir
    • Visit Snæfellsjökull, First National Park of Iceland
    • Horseback Riding
    • Caving
    • Viking World Museum

    And much, much more!

    Get access to insider knowledge of Iceland’s other-worldly scenery, spectacular northern lights, vibrant cities and unique culture:

    Get To the Heart of Iceland and Begin Your Journey Now!

    Sardines Might Fly: Could Air Travel GET any Worse?

    by Alannah Foley

    Could air travel GET any worse?

    Fancy flying in a tin can to the other side of the world and suffering the horrors of stinky passengers, kids with the power to split eardrums at fifty paces, backed-up restroom queues, and faulty coffee machines that can short-circuit the plane’s electrics?

    Neither does the author.

    Unfortunately, these are just some of the delights frequently experienced on a long-haul flight. And when you’re packed in tight like sardines for over twenty hours, the trip from A to B can feel more like an epic voyage from A to a distant Z.

    Join the author as she takes off from England on a ‘flying adventure’ to Australia and back in this short companion read to Up a Creek Down Under.

    A Visitors Guide to Krakow: Old Krakow Kazimierz and Krakow During the Holocaust (Guidebooks to Jewish Poland Book 3)

    by Alex Dancyg


    The Visitor’s Guide to Krakow explores and exposes the exceptional history of the Jews of Krakow, through all of its varied accomplishments and challenges, to its tragic end. The Guide includes suggested walking tours, recommended historical and tourist attractions in Krakow and its surrounding vicinity.

    The suggested walking tours highlight both Polish and Jewish sites of interest. These 1000 year old historical elements come together to reflect the urban perfection reflected in this uniquely beautiful city.

    The Guide is divided into three major sections:
    A) The Old City– Polish sites, The Sukienice Market, and Jagelonian University.
    B) Kazimierz– The Jewish city with its historic synagogues, along with the Jewish cultural remnants found today.
    C) The Ghetto and Plushov Concentration Camp (also highlights Oscar Schindler’s factory).

    Turkey: Essential Travel Tips â?? all you NEED to know

    by Sam’s Travel Guide

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    Turkey: Essential travel tips – all you NEED to know

    In this Sam’s Travel Guide on Turkey and, you will find all the information you NEED to know about:

    • Must Visit Location in Turkey
    • The Best Beaches in Turkey
    • Best Islands in Turkey
    • Best Souvenirs to buy in Turkey
    • Things to Avoid in Turkey
    • Best Restaurants in Turkey
    • Best Hotels in Turkey

    When you download Turkey: Essential travel tips – all you NEED to know you will be well prepared to visit the country of your dreams ! Buy this book today!

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    Alaska Travel – Land & Sea Highlights: A Complete Guide

    by Insight Traveller

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    This book aims to help the tourists whether traveling with families or friends to help in planning the trip to visit Alaska and its popular towns. The book covers the best of attractions, accommodation to choose during their visit to Alaska. Any trip to Alaska would be classified as incomplete in my opinion if you don’t experience both the land and sea journey. This book will detail on how about to planning your itinerary, choosing Alaska cruising and also the towns to visit using the famous Alaska Railroad.It aims to list the best of the attractions, best of sightseeing which can be visited during your visit to Alaska and list major websites to refer to book attractions or plan your days. This book also focuses on best of accommodations, famous dining outlets, day tours, surrounding regions which are author’s recommended; it also has various photos which will give you the feel of this famous tourist destinations.Once you have read this book, certainly you don’t need to browse anywhere else on what attractions to cover and this book can form your basis to pick and book your sightseeing activities, accommodations and plan your holidays. If you have found the book useful, please don’t forget to leave your valuable comments.

    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.)

    A Land Ruled by Silence: Tales of Transitions in the Warm Heart of Africa

    by Eliza McCullen

    The gate to the airplane led us gently down a ramp. On the wall in front of us was a sign indicating our destination: Lilongwe, Malawi. I felt my chest start to tighten and forced myself to breathe deeply. This was it. What we had waited for for five years, ever since we got married. Well, at least it was what my husband waited for. And I had gone along.

    That meant giving up a job I loved, one in which I was building a career, moving out of our first starter home, a tiny box of a house in Alexandria that was now rented to three men and a dog, and leaving behind all that was familiar to me. A professional working wife and mother used to the hustle and bustle of Washington, I suddenly found myself in one of the poorest and quietest countries in Africa.

    I was able to land a position at USAID as the monitoring and evaluation advisor in which I learned of the many development issues in Malawi: high infant mortality rates, the rampant spread of AIDS, low literacy rates, malnutrition and stunting. In a land where an oppressive dictatorship controlled all media outletsâ??no one talked about it. Until one day a group of bishops stood at the pulpit and spoke out, and we watched as the country transitioned from dictatorship to democracy.

    Writing for Adventure Authors: Turn Your Travel Journal into an Amazing First Draft (Adventure Author Series Book 1)

    by Jon Doolan

    Have you ever dreamt of being an Adventure Author?
    Do you have a travel journal sat unloved on your shelf at home that’s bursting with wondrous memories?
    Do you have an inspirational story to tell but you just aren’t sure how to get it out there?

    The Adventure Author Book Series will take you step-by-step through the process of bringing your travel journal to life. Using knowledge gained from his own successes and mistakes in the Self-Publishing world, Jon Doolan will take you on a journey from blank page to completed Adventure Book in under 90 days.

    Book 1 in the series, ‘Writing for Adventure Authors’, will take you from a scrappy old journal to a finished first draft.
    Book 2, ‘Self-Publishing for Adventure Authors’, will show you how to bring it to the next level with Editing, Cover Design and Formatting.
    Book 3, ‘Book Marketing for Adventure Authors’, will help you publish your book and give you the skills you need to market the book to make it a success.

    Follow your dream and become a successful Adventure Author.

    Dubai: Essential travel tips – all you NEED to know

    by Sam’s Travel Guide

    â?? â?? â?? This Book is FREE – for Kindle Unlimited Users â?? â?? â??

    Dubai: Essential travel tips – all you NEED to know

    In this Sam’s Travel Guide on Dubai, you will find all the information you NEED to know:

    • Must Visit Location in Dubai
    • The Best Beaches in Dubai
    • Best Islands in Dubai
    • Best Souvenirs to buy in Dubai
    • Things to Avoid in Dubai
    • Best Restaurants in Dubai
    • Best Hotels in Dubai

    When you download Dubai: Essential travel tips – all you NEED to know you will be well prepared to visit the country of your dreams ! Buy this book today!

    Would you like to start today? If you do, just scroll up and hit the BUY button.

    Enjoy Sam’s Travel Guides!

    â?«Ø¬Ù?Ù?Ø© فÙ? ربÙ?ع أستراÙ?Ù?ا: بÙ?Ù? Ù?صر Ù?Ù?Ù?Ù?Ù?Ù?Ù?Ù?Ù? â?¬(Arabic Edition)

    by Ù?Ø­Ù?د ثابت

    Marana, Arizona (Discover Marana)

    by Michael A. Estrada

    Ever-changing Marana has been around for centuries!

    Our Town’s history goes back much further than its 1977 incorporation. Archaeologists have discovered evidence of more than 4,000 years of human occupation in what is now known as Marana. Native Americans, European settlers and some of the earliest Americans lived in or passed through Southern Arizona. When the railroad put the community on the map in the 1800s, it gained a name: Marana, meaning thicket. These days, Marana is synonymous with quality of life in the Sonoran Desert. Actually, it’s been that way for thousands of years.

    Enjoy this Microguideâ?¢ to Marana, Arizona with a spotlight on places to stay, dine, drink, shop, and explore!

    Cómo viajar barato – Turismo fácil y por tu cuenta: Guía práctica para organizar tu viaje con poco dinero (Spanish Edition)

    by Ivan Benito Garcia

    â??Cómo viajar barato – Turismo fácil y por tu cuenta’ es la guía práctica definitiva para organizar tu viaje con poco dinero.

    Describiremos paso a paso los puntos más importantes para ahorrar el máximo dinero posible a la hora de organizar nuestro viaje, y comentaremos algunos consejos eminentemente prácticos para que tu viaje sea fácil de realizar y resulte lo mejor posible.

    Las Guías Practicas de Viaje Houtinee, quieren proporcionarte un nuevo modo de hacer turismo de manera fácil y por tu cuenta, para ello, solo te ofrecen la información que vas a necesitar para poder organizar tu viaje de manera clara y sencilla. Houtinee intentara ayudarte a encontrar tu camino sin la necesidad de amoldarte a los recorridos de una agencia de viajes tradicional, consiguiendo viajar a tu destino de forma más barata (con un ahorro estimado del 50% respecto a la mayoría de los presupuestos que te van a ofrecer) y segura. Vamos del Punto A al Punto B disfrutando de lo que vemos y recopilando experiencias únicas, todo ello, a un precio insuperable.

    Toda la información ofrecida en â??Cómo viajar barato – Turismo fácil y por tu cuenta’ ha sido recopilada gracias a los distintos viajes que hemos realizado por todo el mundo a lo largo de los años. En Houtinee no se recomienda nada que antes no haya sido testado sobre el terreno.

    En esta guía para viajar lo más barato posible encontraras las respuestas a las siguientes preguntas: ¿Por qué viajar barato? ¿Viajar con agencia de viajes o por mi cuenta? ¿Cuándo Viajar? ¿Dónde viajar en función tu presupuesto?

    Te ayudaremos a organizar tu viaje indicándote las mejores y más baratas opciones para hacerlo (Vuelos, Transporte y Alojamiento, más un presupuesto de viaje detallado). Te indicaremos como planificar tu itinerario en función del nivel de vida de cada país, qué compras vas a poder hacer, y te resumiremos toda la información necesaria para que tu viaje salga a la perfección.

    En esta guía para viajar barato encontraras links a páginas web útiles para organizar tu viaje, recomendaciones de aplicaciones para teléfonos móviles que te serán útiles en tu destino, diagramas que te aclararan aspectos clave para viajar barato, y más de 30 fotografías tomadas durante nuestros distintos viajes por el mundo. Además, también podrás consultar toda la información disponible online vía Houtinee (mapas y recorridos por distintos países).

    Tourism and Global Environmental Change: Ecological, Economic, Social and Political Interrelationships (Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility)

    This fascinating book is the first comprehensive analysis of the economic, social and political interrelationships between tourism and global environmental change: one of the most significant issues facing humankind today. Its contributors argue that the impacts of these changes are potentially extremely serious both for the tourism industry, and for the communities dependent upon it.

    Integrating knowledge from the social and physical sciences, this significant book explores they key issues surrounding global environmental change, as well as government and industry willingness to meet the challenges posed by it. Divided into four main sections, it investigates:

    • the tourism and global environmental change relationship in specific environments

    • global issues related to environmental change 

    • differing perceptions of global environmental change held by tourists and the tourist industry.

    Comprehensive in scope, topical and integrative, this key text is essential reading for students, scholars and researchers in all aspects of tourism, geography and environmental studies.

    China: Essential Travel Tips â?? All you NEED to know

    by Sam’s Travel Guide

    â?? â?? â?? This Book is FREE – for Kindle Unlimited Users â?? â?? â??

    China: Essential travel tips – all you NEED to know

    In this Sam’s Travel Guide on China, you will find all the information you NEED to know:

    • Things You Must Know About China
    • Best Places to Visit in China
    • Famous Architectural Wonders to Visit in China
    • Best Beaches in China
    • Souvenirs You Must Buy in China
    • Most Popular Night Destinations in China
    • Best Restaurants in China
    • Most Luxurious Hotels in China
    • Local Dishes You Must Try in China
    • Things to Avoid in China

    When you download China: Essential travel tips – all you NEED to know you will be well prepared to visit the country of your dreams ! Buy this book today!

    Would you like to start today? If you do, just scroll up and hit the BUY button.

    Enjoy Sam’s Travel Guides!

    Dubai City Guide (Waterfront Series Book 24)

    by R.G. Richardson

    Dubai City Guide – Interactive City Guide
    Stop typing and start clicking on searches with over 2600 preset searches in the latest City Guides and Brochures from the author, R.G.Richardson.
    No more typing, just pick and click with over 2600 preset searches for greater accuracy and ease. Stop using paper guides and start using our interactive city search guides and brochures that include Google and Yahoo that never out of date!
    Use as white or yellow pages and use it even more often to keep up with what is going on and happening in your city! It also makes for a good gift or promotional item for somebody that has just moved to a new city.  Real Estate agents use it as a promotional tool and you use to check Real Estate listing, condos, or rental apartments available in the city.
    Travel City Guides let you use the internet’s full power by eliminating errors with keywords. Google, Bing, Yahoo, Duckduckgo, Facebook, Twitter, Baidu, SlideShare, YouTube or Pinterest; click on the button and you are there; just pick and click the button, no typing. Fully mobile – it works on any device with an eBook reader and that has access to the Internet WiFi anywhere. Don’t think about typing, you are good to go with better results and fewer typos. Sit back in the coffee shop and search away on their WiFi! Our guides are organized into several targeted information Guides including hotels, airbnb, restaurants, pubs, historical sites, transportation, attractions, real estate, jobs and events. Stay up to date with what is happening in your city!
    Our interactive ebooks search the web and are organized into several targeted information Guides including Hotels, restaurants, transportation, maps, hostels, pubs, family attractions, historical sites and on it goes for a complete guide that tells you everything you need to know including how to pack!
    New 2nd Editions rolling out on all guides as of June 1, 2018.
    New Real Estate and Job Employment Series.

    Motorcycle Travel Medical Checklist: Preparing for Your Motorcycle Adventure Medical Needs

    by RIDE Adventures

    RIDE Adventures is pleased to offer this motorcycle travel medical checklist to help riders remain healthy and happy while traveling out there on the open road.

    Please note that this ebook contains general guidelines and has been compiled with the help of a qualified medical professional, along with knowledge acquired through our years of guiding tours and riding with our fellow travelers.

    We’ll cover such topics as safely and efficiently repelling insects, like pesky mosquitoes, both foreign and domestic; we’ll discuss necessities such as foot care, especially if you’re riding long distances or touring internationally; and, perhaps most importantly, we’ll cover malaria and Dengue fever, and the fact that certain painkillers can be dangerous in combination with certain illnesses.

    Again, as we always like to reiterate, this is a general guide. Your individual medical and traveling needs will vary, and proceed at your own discretion while using this ebook as a stepping stone for your own travel preparations.

    Reflections and Plays of Lights in Brussels: Photo album (Italian Edition)

    by Alberto Pian

    La città di Bruxelles non gode di fama particolare nel circuito turistico internazionale. A parte la Grande Place e poco altro, non sentirete molti riferimenti a questa città dai normali viaggiatori che, normalmente, preferiscono fare tappa a Bruges. Ci sono stato alcune volte e ha sempre suscitato il mio interesse. In particolare l’atmosfera che certi giochi di luce e riflessi creano in determinate ore della giornata. Così ogni volta ho preso del tempo per seguire proprio questo tema e ho composto questo libro fotografico.

    The city of Brussels does not enjoy a particular reputation on the international tourist circuit. There is talk of the Grande Place and little else. You will not hear many references to this city from ordinary travelers who normally prefer to stop in Bruges and Paris. I’ve been there a few times and this city has always aroused my interest. In particular, the atmosphere of certain plays of light and reflections create at certain times of the day. So every time I took the time to follow this theme and I composed this photo book.

    â?«Ø§Ù?رحÙ?Ø© اÙ?Ù?اباÙ?Ù?Ø© â?¬(Arabic Edition)

    by Ù?Ø­Ù?د عÙ?Ù?

    MIAMI Guide 25 Secrets 2018 – The Locals Travel Guide For Your Trip to Miami – Florida: Skip the tourist traps and explore like a local : Where to Go, Eat & Party in Miami Florida

    by 55 Secrets

    25 Secrets you’d never find out about MIAMI!

    Welcome to the most Complete MIAMI Florida Travel Guide for Tourists made by locals!

    Here Is a Preview of What You’ll Learn Inside…

    â?¥25 Unique activities to do when you are in town
    â?¥Best places to eat in town
    â?¥Best local Markets
    â?¥Best Parks and Good Views
    â?¥Best Museums
    â?¥Best Bars
    â?¥Best things to do in Miami – Florida
    â?¥ Much, much more!

    * * *FREE GIFT INSIDE * * *
    If you are heading to the wonderful city of Miami anytime soon 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.

    We have prepared a unique BUCKET LIST with the 25 most unique experiences you can have in Miami – Florida
    Most people don’t even take the time to prepare themselves in advance, and just wish for the best once they have arrived! Most people aren’t aware of some of the most amazing places Miami can offer… And it’d be such a pity to miss them! That’s precisely why we desperately need the RIGHT travel guide first. Don’t arrive to Miami (Florida) and follow the crowds of Tourists. With this exclusive travel guide made by locals you will be finding about the places that don’t come on Lonely Planets or are listed on Trip Advisor where thousands of tourists head daily.
    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 secrets 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!

    Our goal is simple. we will give you a complete and detailed Bucket list with MAPS to all the locations to make sure you won’t get lost in the amazing city of Miami transforming your trip into absolutely amazing experience. We will help you simplify your path, showing you exactly where the best places are.

    Download Your Copy Right Now!

    â?«Ø±Ø­Ù?اتÙ? فÙ? Ù?شارÙ? اÙ?أرض Ù?Ù?غاربÙ?ا â?¬(Arabic Edition)

    by Ù?Ø­Ù?د ثابت

    Start Your Expat Blogger Online Business: Safely Leave The Rat Race (Make Money Online Blogging Book 5)

    by Connie Brentford

    Make money online in your spare time even if you are a beginner! Use your special knowledge as an expat to start a side hustle or leave your day job completely.

    Amazon Bestselling Author and Expat Connie Brentford teaches you how to make money online by helping others transition to an expat life. Learn how to make online income from an expert who has had multiple, profitable blogs for over twenty years. This book contains a step-by-step blueprint that anyone can use to make money blogging in the expat niche.
    You bring your expat country knowledge or expat transition story and this book will show you how to make money online with it by blogging.

    This comprehensive book covers:
    â??Blogging basics that anyone can learn.
    â?? How to craft your special story that will benefit others and make you money.
    â??The proven pathway to quitting your job.
    â??How to create your dream life by running a profitable expat blog that brings in money each month.
    â??How people make money online in the expat niche.
    â??How people with expat and travel skills make money blogging.
    â??The best free tools to get up and running fast.
    â??The simple ways to get paid online.
    â??How to earn affiliate income in this profitable niche by recommending other products.
    â??A list of who is making money right now in the expat niche and how they’re doing it.
    â??How to find outsourcers cheaply to help you with your blog.
    â??How to market your blog, services and products.
    â??How to go from a new blog to a 5 figure monthly income and more!

    It’s time to grab your piece of this profitable online niche and start making money online.
    If you want to create any kind of profitable blog in the expat blogger niche, this book will teach you how. Scroll up, grab a copy and take the first step today!


    by Apt Servizi Emilia Romagna

    BlogVille is a crowdsourced blogging project, designed by the Emilia Romagna Tourist Board to allow bloggers from all around the world to discover and share the beauties of the Emilia Romagna Region of Italy. This ebook contains a selection of blogposts, pics and videos from the project, together with links to all the materials generated during the BlogVille Experience.

    â?«Ø¬Ù?Ù?Ø© فÙ? ربÙ?ع Ø£Ù?رÙ?با: بÙ?Ù? Ù?صر Ù?Ø£Ù?سÙ?Ù?دÙ? â?¬(Arabic Edition)

    by Ù?Ø­Ù?د ثابت

    The Guide to Naples, Florida, Big Cypress and the Everglades (the Hotel, the Massage and the Drive) from Pearl Escapes 2013

    by Pearl Howie

    Although Naples isn’t my favourite town in Florida, it is a great base to visit Big Cypress and the Everglades, and it has the added advantage of being the kind of place you can get a first rate masseuse after hours when you can barely move from driving all day.

    I used to get extremely burned out in my old job and couldn’t even handle finding and booking a hotel and flight or finding what to do when I did take time off. So, I thought “wouldn’t it be awesome if someone would write a guide that just gave you one perfect escape; the perfect hotel, spa, flight and restaurant.”

    So that’s what I did.

    Around the World in 20 Bikes

    by Robert Hopwood

    If you wanted to take a trip around the world, what countries would you visit? What would you want to see, and what must  you go and take a look at?

    What is unique to any and every country you might visit?

    What really strange facts might emerge from your travels?

    If you wanted to use a motorcycle specific to and manufactured by the countries you visit – could you do it? What bikes are celebrated by each country? What would you be riding on?

    This book is,

    • a geographia

    • a set of ideas on what is worth seeing and why

    • a collection of wonderful images from every country visited

    • a compendium of 100’s of interesting and little known facts

    You are meant to move 


    Best Urban Hotels in America

    by Janelle Lassalle

    Dive into some of America’s most stylish urban hotels across twenty of our favorite cities. Located within various culturally iconic cities, each hotel is equipped with top of the line service and surrounding neighborhoods with food and entertainment that complement a stay at these beautiful destinations.

    I love Myanmar: Budget Myanmar Travel Guide. Tips for Backpackers. Donâ??t get lonely or lost!

    by S. L. Giger

    Thanksgiving PRICE: 3.99 instead of 6.99! Only for a limited time.

    In this Myanmar (Burma) travel guide, you will find travel tips for typical tourist destinations as well as insider tips for destinations off the beaten path. See the best side of Yangon, Bagan, and Mandalay. Visit stunning temples, marvel at the vast nature, and witness incredible sunsets.

    This travel guide for individual travelers contains all the information you need to plan your dream Myanmar trip.

    Why should I choose this Myanmar travel guide instead of another?

    â?? It is cheaper than other travel guides
    â?? I’ve tried all the sights and activities myself and I describe in detail how I did it, so you can drive to the sights and save money on expensive tours or transportation. The opening hours and entrance fees are checked and updated again and again
    â?? It is very light because you can easily carry it on your mobile phone or e-reader (who has enough space for luggage?)
    â?? It will inspire you and inform you about secret dream locations that you do not want to miss
    â?? It includes the maps you need for your phone
    â?? It is the best DIY travel guide for Myanmar

    Why you can look forward to your Myanmar trip in case you aren’t entirely convinced yet

    Myanmar is one of the few Asian countries which isn’t yet swamped by tourist masses. It can very well be that you see the same ten foreigners everywhere you go because everyone else will be local. Which means that you can enjoy all the truly wonderful and unique sights without hundreds of other tourists staying next to you (except the sunset from Shwesandaw Pagoda in Bagan).
    It’s charming to see locals wear their traditional dresses just because jeans haven’t arrived here yet and not because they wear those clothes to please the tourists.
    Burmese people love people with white skin and you will be treated like a king or queen and receive smiles wherever you look.
    Myanmar offers many treasures and now that government is promoting how tourism is a good thing, it’s a great time to visit Myanmar.

    “I love Myanmar” focuses on the essentials. We show you the must-sees after our tour through the country. Breathtaking views of golden stupas, bustling markets among locals, cheap but delicious food and drinks and unexpected sights to marvel at. I carefully planned all my trips with ideas from all the good travel guides I could find, so you do not have to spend that money anymore. I also used TripAdvisor and many helpful blogs and recommendations from locals. So, if you want a more personal experience than the usual tourist and have good explanations on how to get the best possible experience in one place, this guide is definitely right for you.

    More information about other countries can be found on my blog:

    As a thank you, if you buy “I love Myanmar” you will receive a free packing list and the highlights of my “I love Thailand” tour guide.

    I love Myanmar eBook categories:

    – Myanmar Travel Guide 2018
    – Travel Guide Myanmar
    – Myanmar tour book
    – Myanmar holidays
    – Myanmar Lonely Planet
    – Marco Polo
    – Budget travel guide

    And now GRAB “I LOVE MYANMAR” and the adventure begins!

    Cal Secret Spots (Visit Berkeley)

    by Francesa Fenzi

    OK, it’s no secret butâ?¦the best place to start any UC Berkeley exploration is with the elevator ride to the observation deck of the Campanile. From this vantage point, you’ll see the sparkling Bay Area and the beautiful campus that Cal students call home.

    We’ve got a lot of secret spots for you to discover the Best of UC Berkeley, whether you’re an incoming freshman or an alumni wanting to relive the good old days, let’s get out and explore the secret spots at Cal!

    True Tales of A Traveller: Goodbye Sinai

    by Alix Lee

    True Tales of a Traveller is a series of short stories consisting of several dozen traveller’s tales covering over three decades. Although presented in a short story format for reading convenience, these stories are not fiction. Apart from some of the characters’ names which have been changed to protect their identities, everything in these stories is true.

    These stories do not all fit neatly into the â??travel story’ genre, although some will indeed meet most readers’ expectations in this regard. Others are simply adventures – or misadventures – that happen to have taken place in various different countries.

    I began developing an interest in travel in my late teens. For most young people, long-term travel isn’t possible without working to pay one’s way, and so ‘working holidays’ are an option taken by many (even more nowadays than in the 1980s) who hope to get a better understanding of a place and its people than a short holiday could provide them with. And this was how I began travelling, and how I came to the Point of No Return (the point at which it was no longer possible to return to the life I had once led).

    The first of this series of stories is called Goodbye Sinai, which is set in 1982, at the time of Israel’s return of the Sinai peninsula to Egypt.

    More Adventure Travel – 11 more stories of worldwide adventure to further inspire you towards your own travel goals

    by Ian Usher

    When Ian Usher put his “life” up for sale on eBay in 2008, he had no idea where life’s adventure was going to take him next.

    Asked many times in interviews, “What will you do once you have sold your life?”, his usual glib response was, “Anything I like, really!”

    But what did he really want to do next? After some frantic list writing, and last-minute planning, a two-year adventure developed – a list of 100 lifetime goals, and a challenging timeline of 100 weeks!

    This book details a few of the more adrenaline-fuelled and adventurous activities found along the way. The amazing adventures chronicled here include:-

    Worthing Birdman
    7 peaks in 7 days
    Whitewater rafting
    Great Wall of China
    Deep sea fishing
    Ostrich riding
    Bungee jump #2
    Machu Picchu
    Carnival in Rio
    Everest Base Camp

    The book also includes photos, and links to videos of many of the adventures too.

    Who could fail to be inspired to get out there and experience some of the adventure that the world has to offer?

    The First 49

    by Christopher Walker

    Christopher Walker has spent much of his life travelling. Since catching the travel bug in his early twenties, he has visited 49 countries; his adventures are presented in this collection of autobiographical pieces. Visit North and South America, wind your way through much of Europe, travel overland from Ghana along the Western edge of Africa as far as Cape Town at its Southern tip, and venture further, calling at India, Japan, and Vietnam. Illustrated by the author’s own black and white photography, this book is designed to be dipped into, used for travel inspiration, and as a jumping off point for your own adventures.

    Hotel Kabuki’s San Francisco

    by Janelle Lassalle

    Enjoy this curated guide to San Francisco with a spotlight on thirty places to explore, eat, stay, and drink while in SF. We’ve got recommendations for the best gems around Japantown, Fillmore, Pacific Heights, Hayes Valley, and Golden Gate Park!

    Japanese 100 Great Mountains Vol.3: Episode 011-015

    by Hodaka

    Hodaka has restarted the challenge to conquer “Japanese 100 Great Mountains” since 2017. This record, the third volume of the series, includes five (the 11th to 15th) mountains.

    – In Mount Daibosatsu, he has bought a shop curtain on which all the “Japanese 100 Great Mountains” are printed and imagines the day to complete them.

    – In Mount Kirigamine, he luckily monopolizes the vast snow field and savors the scenery to the full.

    – In Mount Nikko-Shirane, he is struck by the fear of sliding down a precipitous cliff and in a panic when he has dropped his camera.

    – In Mount Makihata, he is not deceived by a fake summit and has attained the real peak.

    – In Mount Kinpu, he has climbed the mountain twice in a short period of time to see the “Gojo-seki” rocks on the summit under the clear blue sky. Can he make it â?¦?

    Many picturesque sceneries, attractive local cuisine, refreshment in hot springs, and impressive encounters with other climbers â?¦

    You will witness Hodaka’s exciting challenge!

    â?«Ø±Ø­Ù?Ø© Ø¥Ù?سبرس Ù?Ù? إسÙ?Ù?درÙ?Ø© Ù?إستاÙ?بÙ?Ù?: Ù?ع اÙ?Ù?ستر أتÙ?Ù? â?¬(Arabic Edition)

    by تÙ?فÙ?Ù? حبÙ?ب

    Shopping In Siem Reap (Cambodia Book 19)

    by Anton Swanepoel

    Where to buy in Siem Reap

    Shopping in Siem Reap is your passport to discovering the best shop to buy from in Siem Reap. With the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what shop or market sells what, you will be able to get what you want a lot easier. Know where to get cheap households goods, clothing, fresh fruit, meat, canned goods and more if you intend on making Siem Reap your home. For tourists, know where the best deals are, and where to buy jewellery, clothing, bags, paintings, and more. Also included are some tips for good restaurants and cheap Khmer eating places. Get to the heart of shopping in Siem Reap and begin your journey now! This book is perfect for both travelers visiting Angkor Wat and Siem Reap, as well as backpackers or expats who plan to make Siem Reap their home for a time

    Inside Shopping In Siem Reap Travel Guide:

    • Highlights and images help you decide what mall, market or shops to go to for what you need
    • Insider tips on who sell certain items cheaper and where to get non everyday items such as office supplies, household goods, kitchen appliances, cell phones, and more
    • GPS coordinates allows you to find shops easily rather than try to figure out local street names
    • Essential info at your fingertips – Operating times, what shops have ATMs, what each shops sells, what shops are in each mall, what mall and streets have good restaurants
    • Covers Siem Reap

    If you are thinking of visiting Cambodia and want to know where to shop in Siem Reap, then this guide book is for you.

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    Ð?сÑ?Ñ?ов с «Ð?асÑ?еÑ?ской»: С пÑ?едисловием АннÑ? Ð?ваÑ?енко (Russian Edition)

    by Ð?иÑ?оÑ?ниÑ?енко Анна

    Ð?пеÑ?аÑ?ления о поездке на Ð?оÑ?сикÑ? с «Ð?асÑ?еÑ?ской оÑ?дÑ?Ñ?а и вдоÑ?новения Ð?гоÑ?я Ð?оÑ?аÑ?яна». Ð?одаваÑ?Ñ? к Ñ?аÑ? как Ñ?Ñ?каÑ?Ñ?, наслаждаÑ?Ñ?ся и планиÑ?оваÑ?Ñ? свое следÑ?Ñ?Ñ?ее пÑ?Ñ?еÑ?есÑ?вие.

    Santa Monica Third Street Promenade: California (MUJI)

    by Janelle Lassalle

    The Santa Monica Pier is California at its best: effortlessly cool.

    At over 100 years old it’s also pretty iconic. The pier stretches on and cuts through the sea with a variety of carnival games, rides and arcade fun that isn’t just for kids. You probably know it from the picturesque Ferris Wheel that dominates the landscape, lighting up the night sky with its colorful display. Did you know it’s also the world’s only solar powered Ferris Wheel?

    A short walk from the pier is Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade, an open-air, upscale shopping and dining neighborhood that is pedestrian centered. Enjoy our spotlight on Santa Monica with our Third Street Promenade Microguideâ?¢.

    500 Random Facts: about Germany (Trivia and Facts about the Countries Book 5)

    by Lena Shaw

    Did you know that woodlands and forests occupy 31% of Germany? Do you like to discover tons of new and unobvious facts about Germany; to feel the spirit of Oktoberfest and to picture the ancient castles arising from the Bavarian forest? If your answer is YES, this book is for you.

    500 Random Facts about Germany is the fifth book in the series Trivia and Facts about the Countries. The author made it even better than the previous four books, considering all the feedback received.
    This book is a gold-mine of random facts about Germany. All content is unique and family-friendly. Some of these facts are crazy political misunderstandings or unexpected historical flashbacks. The others are just fun facts about the modern country, its celebrities, and some less-known German people. At the same time, some of these amazing facts are eye-opening statistics that will make you think more about your own values and priorities… In any case, all these facts are entertaining and interesting to know.

    The examples of random facts about Germany are below.

    Costa Rica wasn’t present at the Treaty of Versailles, so they’ve been at war with Germany since World War I. Theoretically, they still are.

    In the 1930s, the German government was allowed by Hollywood to censor movies that were sensitive towards the Nazis and Germany.

    When observed from space, East and West Germany still look different. This is because different street lights are being used.
    Some very well-known words in the English language actually have a German origin. They are aspirin, doppelganger, rucksack, poltergeist, hamster, bagel, abseil, deli, and many more.

    If you want to order a beer in a German pub, you should indicate â??one’ with your thumb exclusively.

    and so on…

    As one of the most powerful countries in the world, Germany wakes the interest in people to find out more about it. All the titles attributed to it such as â??the best economy in Europe’ or â??the land of poets and thinkers’ make it an exciting country full of life, culture, traditions, and customs you wouldn’t encounter anywhere else. So, here are 500 mind-blowing facts about Germany. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it!

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    Seductions of Place: Geographical Perspectives on Globalization and Touristed Landscapes (Critical Geographies)

    by Alan A Lew

    The seductiveness of touristed landscapes is simultaneously local and global, as travelled places are formed and reworked by the activities of diverse, mobile people, in their desires to experience situated, sensuous qualities of difference. Cartier and Lew’s interesting and informative book explores contemporary issues in travel and tourism and human geography, and the complex cultural, political, and economic activities at stake in touristed landscapes as a result of globalization.

    This book assesses travel and tourism as simultaneously cultural and economic processes, through ideas about place seduction and the formation of landscapes. Throughout, examples are given from urban and environmental touristed landscapes, from major world cities to tropical islands, and chapter contributions include:

    • an analysis of the representational character of landscape and the built environment

    • historic constructions of place seduction

    • the importance of class, racial, and gender dimensions of place

    • how mobility and the seduction of place orient identity formation

    • the environmental impacts of tourism economies.

    Broad in scope, this book is ideal for social scientists and humanists who are interested in contemporary debates about place studies, mobility, and the located realities of globalization.

    XXL-Leseprobe: Wir sehen uns beim Happy End: Roman (German Edition)

    by Charlotte Lucas

    XXL-Leseprobe zu Charlotte Lucas’ “Wir sehen uns beim Happy End”:

    Ella liebt Märchen. Aber noch mehr liebt sie Happy Ends. Schlie�lich gibt es schon genug Schlimmes auf der Welt, wer braucht da noch Geschichten mit schrecklichem Ausgang? Und so schreibt sie sie einfach um, gibt ihnen ein schöneres, nein, das richtige Ende.

    Oscar ist traurig. Aber er wei� es nicht einmal. Dann trifft er auf Ella, die möchte, dass auch bei ihm alles gut wird. Nur: Kann man das überhaupt? Einem anderen Menschen ein Happy End schenken? Und was tut man, wenn der das vielleicht gar nicht will?

    Ein zauberhafter Roman über das Schicksal, märchenhafte Begegnungen – und die Frage, ob jede Geschichte gut ausgehen muss.

    Diese Leseprobe enthält auÃ?erdem noch ein Interview mit Charlotte Lucas zu Ihrem Roman “Wir sehen uns beim Happy End”.

    â?«Ø§Ù?رحÙ?Ø© اÙ?شاÙ?Ù?Ø© â?¬(Arabic Edition)

    by Ù?Ø­Ù?د عÙ?Ù?

    New Zealand: The Complete Guide (2018) – Local Secrets, Tips, Tricks and More

    by Antony Rhodes

    Ready To Discover & Explore New Zealand?

    For more than thirty years, Antony Rhodes has traveled the world and now he has condensed his experience into this up-to-date pocket guide to the very best of New Zealand.

    With inspiring photography, local secrets, and expert advice, you’ll get an authentic, enriching experience of this dazzling country. All information is freshly-researched as of 2017, so you can make the most of your time in the country.

    Inside Rhodes’ New Zealand: the Complete Guide:

    • The Kiwi Experience
    • Top 10 Coolest Things To Do In New Zealand
    • Submerge Yourself In the Geothermal Rotorua
    • Tour the Subterranean Mazes of Waitomo Caves
    • Visit Abel Tasman National Park
    • Partake In the Gallic Akaroa & Banks Peninsula
    • Heli-Hiking At Franz Josef
    • Bathe In Glacier Hot Pools
    • Immerse Yourself In Maori Culture
    • New Zealand’s Cuisine
    • Auckland
    • Wellington

    And much, much more!

    Get access to insider knowledge of New Zealand’s spectacular landscapes, friendly cities, incredible beauty, and unique culture:

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