Free travel Kindle books for 18 Jan 19

Beginnerâ??s Spanish Lesson- Be Understood by all Spanish Speakers- : the verb gustarse (to like something), the colours, describing people and more!

by The Spanish Guru

Want to know how to tell someone you enjoy Spanish cuisine or football/soccer? Want to know how to conjugate the verbs gustarse, encantarse, ir and dar? Learn the colours and practice the differences between ser/estar with this engaging but fast lesson. Learn vocabulary to describe personality traits of your amigos ( friends) and be understood by all Spanish-speaking people, no matter what country you are in! Grab this fun lesson TODAY!



Around the World in Thin Slices: From Asia Through the Northwest Passage

by Jim Hendrickson

ã??ã??Travel writer Jim Hendrickson takes us on his fifth trip around the world. He visits the Philippine islands of Luzon and Palawan; tours Taipei, the capital of Taiwan; experiences South Korea’s capital Seoul, the Demilitarized Zone, and stays in a Buddhist temple; enjoys a homestay in Osaka, Japan; relates daily life in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia; embellishes what he loves about Germany; describes the beautiful Faroe Islands of Denmark; sails completely around Spitsbergen, Norway; ventures on a two-week trip along the Ring Road in Iceland; explores the west coast of Greenland; and ends this amazing world journey by recounting a 17-day cruise through the Northwest Passage in Arctic Canada.
ã??ã??Throughout the book Hendrickson describes the many people he meets, and shares his feelings of joy, worry, excitement, wonder, anger, frustration, and living to the fullest wherever he goes. Intrepid adventurers as well as armchair travelers will enjoy these personal accounts.
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San Diego Travel Guide: 2019

by Steven Charles Hirschfeld

I have been a tour-guide in San Diego, California throughout changes in the tourism industry and local economic climate near the border. I would like to suggest places to explore and avoid. I have made it a point to spend nearly every day going to tourist or local hotspots including beaches and popular neighborhoods. I can report the latest places to visit and enjoy for free. Would you like to know where you can find a parking space near the popular beaches?
Ask a native, tourist, retiree or transplant, “What makes you feel like leaving or staying and what do you enjoy or dislike, now?” You may be surprised by some of the answers. This is current for 2019 and provides important warnings about neighborhoods. Political issues are also covered to prepare the tourist or new transplant.
San Diego has a lot to offer in terms of providing a brief vacation experience or a long-term retirement. I will provide insights on how to beat the traffic and enjoy popular and less known hot-spots for all ages. I encourage tourists to have a car and use directional mapping that allows you to punch in your destination and follow the audio directions. However, you can use Uber or Lyft very well in town or take mass transportation.



2018 Top-10 San Diego 99-Cent Tour Guide

by Ashley Christenson

I have been a tour-guide in San Diego, California throughout changes in the tourism industry and local economic climate near the border. I would like to suggest places to explore and avoid. I have made it a point to spend nearly every day going to tourist or local hotspots including beaches and popular neighborhoods. I can report the latest places to visit and enjoy for free. Would you like to know where you can find a parking space near the popular beaches?
Ask a native, tourist, retiree or transplant, “What makes you feel like leaving or staying and what do you enjoy or dislike, now?” You may be surprised by some of the answers. This is current for 2018 and provides important warnings about neighborhoods. Political issues are also covered to prepare the tourist or new transplant.



63 Days to Find America: A Memoir

by Logan B Casey

Summer camp will never be the same.

Logan B Casey’s twisted journey as a camp counselor for American youth stationed with their military families in Europe reveals just how much debauchery occurs when a college student is let loose overseas.

Missing passport hangovers, gay bars, and mystery pooper puzzles provide the fast paced humor. Yet, the reality of the Iraqi and Afghanistan wars’ toll on solidiers’ children stationed abroad supplies profound drama that can’t be written away, no matter how much the author wishes he could.

In this tragic memoir, Casey exposes the forgotten children paying the highest price for American freedom all while he tries to find his own individual and national identity. A decade after the American invasion of the Middle East, Casey spotlights a forgotten story of what it means to be an American in every positive and negative connotation one dares imagine.



Momo’s Journey In Japan Vol.2

by Momo

Momo is a female Shiba dog.

This time she visits all the World Heritage Sites in ancient capital Kyoto and Hiroshima, and Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama.

Altogether, there are 17 World Heritage Sites in ancient capital Kyoto. The Golden Pavilion, the Silver Pavilion, Nijo Castle, the Byodo-in temple, the Kiyomizu-dera temple â?¦ World-famous sightseeing spots bunch up.

Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama are dotted over the border between Gifu and Toyama Prefectures.

The World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima are the Itsukushima Shrine and Hiroshima Peace Memorial, where people pray for the world peace.

In this adventure, what encounter will Momo experience? And what will she think about?

The actual maps and the related information are also included for your reference.



The Logos Life: (Missionary Stories)

by Natalie Vellacott

Natalie Vellacott took a two-year break from her job with Sussex Police and joined the Logos Hope Christian missionary ship. The ship, staffed by volunteers from sixty-five different countries, was sailing the waters of Asia. Natalie began by serving visitors in the mayhem of the International Café before moving to the isolated recesses of the ship’s dangerous freezers as store-keeper. Having fallen in love with a group of street teens addicted to solvents in the Philippines, she ended her commitment as administrator of the largest floating book-fair in the world. Join Natalie on her often hilarious adventures amidst an inevitable multitude of cultural catastrophes as she attempts to bring knowledge, help and hope to the people she encounters along the way.



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