Free travel Kindle books for 13 Feb 19

Full-time RV Living: What I Wish I Had Known 7 Years Ago, Before I Hit the Road

by Jerry Minchey

This book is written in the fast-paced, down-to-earth style of the author’s other best-selling books about living full time in an RV.

This book covers the things that were learned the hard way during seven years on the road living full-time in an RV. You won’t find this information in other RVing books and videos.

One of the most valuable chapters in this book is the one that shows you the simple and easy technique that will guarantee that you will select the perfect RV for your first RV.

For example, when they’re getting ready to live the RV lifestyle many people spend a tremendous amount of time, energy, and effort trying to decide which type of RV they should choose as their first. The worst part is that, in most cases, they end up with the wrong RV for their lifestyle, and they waste a lot of money in the process. Don’t let that happen to you. Follow the simple techniques described in Chapter 3, and you will end up with an RV that you will be happy with.

The little-known buying techniques shown in this chapter will also show you how to get your perfect RV without losing your shirt. The chapter also includes the one thing most RV sellers tell you that you should never believe. It shows you how to find out the truth for yourself.

While this book is mainly for people who are considering setting out on the adventurous RVing lifestyle, there’s a world of information veteran RVers will find informative and useful. This book is not trying to sugar-coat the RVing lifestyle. The author includes the good, the bad, and the funny things that happen to RVers.

One last point: The final chapter is truly eye-opening.



Como monetizar su blog de viajes : Y no morir en el intento… (Spanish Edition)

by Andrea Garcia

Mas de un blogger de viajes tiene este quebradero de cabeza. Como monetizar su blog de viajes y tener activos para poder seguir viajando.



Tips on Immigrating to New Zealand

by Travis Haan

This book offers tips and commentary on emigrating to New Zealand. It was written by an American couple who moved to New Zealand. It’s based on their first-hand experiences and is told from their perspective. It’s an invaluable resource for anyone interested in moving to New Zealand.



GREATER THAN A TOURIST- MINNESOTA USA: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

by Marc Friedman

Are you excited about planning your next trip?

Do you want to try something new?

Would you like some guidance from a local?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

Greater Than a Tourist- Minnesota, USA by Marc Friedman offers the inside scoop on the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, as well as outstate highlights around the rest of beautiful Minnesota. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.

In these pages, you will discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books.

Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.



GRENADA: Expatriate Relocation Manual

by Julie Scott

WHO wouldn’t want to live in a safe and pristine island paradise?

WHAT would you give to be able to leave the rat race and retire in a country where you can live like a royal on a pittance?

WHEN else but now is the right time to get out of your cubicle and into an oceanfront cabin with palm trees in your back yard and whales over the reef in your front yard?

WHERE else could you acquire a beachfront lot for under $10,000 or a full-scale resort for under $500,000 that also happens to have a neither seen nor heard government and no real red tape?

WHY would you even consider living out your golden years in a Western country when you can have a far great quality of life in Grenada?

HOW can you make your dreams come true, retire to island paradise, live like a King on a pauper’s income, marry an island beauty, start a lifestyle business in a flash and enjoy life to the fullest? Read this book, that’s how!



Kyoto Travel Guide: An Easy Guide to Exploring the Top Attractions, Food Places, Local Life, and Everything You Need to Know (Traveler Republic)

by Traveler Republic

An Easy Guide to Exploring the Top Attractions, Food Places, Local Life, and Everything You Need to Know



In Brazil you would say ‘Universo Paralello (Twisted travel tales Book 1)

by Bryce W James

“Gonzo style journalism!! A grimey picaresque story of drugs, raves and times on the road!!! This is the true story of my journey to the Brazilian festival Universo Paralello. This is the tale of how I saw things…

A tale of excesses in the idea of Hunter S Thompson, Hemingway and Kerouac, but maybe not quite Bukowski.

To contact me directly and view videos and photos from my adventures please go to: https://www.facebook.com/Theauthorandlife?ref=tn_tnmn



Japan on the Go: Travelonthego.net

by Corey Hamilton

With my new Nikon D810 I embarked on a five week tour around South Korea and Japan. This book contains over fifty photographs, with commentary, from the Japan leg of the trip.
After joining the New Years Day Festival, from Busan we caught the Ferry to Fukuoka in Japan. Using our 14 day JR train pass, we first ventured south to Nagasaki, then toured north, visiting places such as Osaka, Kobe, Kyoto, Gifu and Hiroshima before reaching our final destination, Tokyo.
Most pictures were taken with Nikon 20mm f/1.8 and Sigma 35mm f/1.4

Latest pictures are available on my Blog – Travelonthego.net



Incident at the Lake: A Northern Journey (part two)

by Geoffrey Peyton

Part two of my northern journey on the west coast of Britain. This time I am in the heart of the Lake District where I revisit some old stamping grounds before deciding on a few days in the small seaside town of Silloth, on the Solway Firth. here I make the choice of staying at a campsite, rather than the usual choice of random camping. This would be my last adventure in the wilds of Britain before I take up the reins again in 2001.



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