Free travel Kindle books for 24 Feb 19

LifeHacks: Travel: Clever tricks and tips to save you time and money while traveling!

by Anne Cochrane

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The Life Hacks you want! None of the filler you don’t!

Organize your life and save time and money! Let these life hacks work their magic and make everything around you a bit simpler and easier. This collection is organized to address a specific category so that you get the information you want fast! Without having to comb through the excess!

Share these helpful tips with your friends and family so they can save time and money as well!

The Many Ghosts of Lithia Park: Oregon Haunts

by Sherri Granato

Lithia Park is located near the California border in Ashland, Oregon. The heavily forested canyon is a gateway to paranormal antics and adventures that is inhabited by several ghosts who refuse to be evicted. The park is not only gorgeous, it is overflowing with a mysterious and fascinating history. Along the many footpaths, you will discover strange sights and sounds that give cause to stop and see what is behind the strangeness that envelopes the area in an ethereal manner where paranormal begins and normal is anything but standard.

Wales Is Still Wild: A Photo Journal

by Dick Davis

Retracing George Borrow’s 1854 walking trip through Wales taking buses and trains.

20 things to do in Bhubaneswar (20 Things (Discover India) Book 18)

by David Riley

Bhubaneswar is the capital city of the Indian state of Odisha.  The city, located near the eastern shore of India, is famous for ancient Hindu temples and its architecture.  It is often nicknamed the â??temple city’ of India owing to the vast array of ancient Hindu temples that can be found over here.  Bhubaneswar and Odisha feature some of the best examples of Indian temple architecture.  The 55-m high Lingaraja Temple in Bhubaneswar is amongst the most visited tourist destinations in the city.

Apart from ancient Hindu temples, the city also features a Buddhist stupa, which stands a testament to the change of heart and ways of live of the great emperor Ashoka, after the battle of Kalinga, which was located where modern day Odisha stands.

Bhubaneswar is located near the temple towns of Puri and Konark as well; and together these three form a â??golden triangle’ of temple architecture in the country.

Apart from these historic evidences, Bhubaneswar offers all the amenities and attractions that a modern day capital city of a state would have to offer.  This book takes on an attempt to uncover some of these, in the form of â??20 things to do’ in Bhubaneswar.

So, enjoy the list to a point where you can’t just read anymore, and you just “HAVE TO” go to Bhubaneswar and experience it all with your own eyes.

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Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Goa, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and many other cities in India.

India: See it, smell it, taste it, love it, hate it… (Twisted travel tales Book 4)

by Bryce James

The latest story in my twisted travel tales. The usual same ol’ thing, raving, drugs and drinking. This time though in India. What more do you expect? What’s happened to the trance scene in Goa? Where are the hippies now? Did you ever want to know where to buy Ketamine in Delhi? What’s the best way to cook it down? We go in search for all of it. The colours, the laughs, the shits the aggravation. The Long Road…. There’s also some sound advice on drug trafficking if you read into it enough. There’s not really much about India or even trying to get to understand it. Don’t expect to read much about the local culture, this is just an arrogant and ignorant drug taker’s guide to India.

LADAKH | A Journey through Snow, Sand and Stone Book I

by David Riley

Renowned for its remote mountain beauty, Ladakh is a region in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir that extends from the Kunlun mountain range to the Great Himalayan ranges in the South. It is one of the most sparsely populated as well as the largest regions in Jammu and Kashmir. Apart from the marvellous misty mountains and the rocky ranges, Ladakh is known for its unique culture and history, closely related to that of Tibet.

Having a vast array of Stupas, Monasteries and Buddhist temples; the roadways and towns in Ladakh are also laden with Prayer flags all over. From the high mountain passes to the Hill-top Gompas; from important tourist destinations, to the steel-truss bridges over the rivers; these prayer flags fluttering in the winds of Ladakh, add a bit of colour as well as spiritual good-luck to the entire area. Apart from these, you can also find prayer wheels spread across the town which can be constantly seen given a spun (clockwise) by the local residents and passers-by, for a little bit of extra Tibetan culture and good-luck prayer.

On one side are the local residents of Ladakh which are spread roughly halfway between the Shia Muslims and the Tibetan Buddhists. On the other side are the tourists that visit this incredible place, who are an equally important part of Ladakh. Tourists were one of the main reasons for the requirement of roads in Ladakh (the other one being the Indian Army!) The entire roadstretch of Ladakh can be seen laden with predominantly two types of vehicles: one, the army trucks; and two, the bikes and â??Royal Enfields’ of countless travellers visiting this enchanted land.

This book takes a photographic tour of some of the most picturesque landscapes and structures in Ladakh, and tries to encapture it in limited frames of the camera. It tries to capture a week long journey through different parts of Ladakh, exploring the beauty of the landscape, the weather and the built forms that sparsely cropped up every once and again. This series of 2 books on Ladakh, is amongst the first of many such photographic journeys through the vast beautiful lands of India; and Ladakh definitely forms the best place to start such an incredible journey, being one of the most picturesque places in India.

Hawaii Travel Guide: The Top 10 Highlights on Hawaii (Globetrotter Guide Books)

by Marc Cook

Discover the Exotic Landscapes of Hawaii

The newest state of the US, Hawaii is the perfect destination for any type of tourist. Wheatear you’re planning a quiet vacation by the beach, or an adrenaline filled one with long hikes and great views, Hawaii is your best option.

With over 19 volcanic islands, this archipelago lies right in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, which means that no matter what time of the year you choose for your trip, you’ll be rewarded with great tropical weather and warm waters perfect for swimming.

This beautiful state is known for its great beaches and beautiful natural reservation, but it can be difficult to pick only a handful to visit. That is why you need this easy to rad e-book that will give all the information you need before you start planning your trip.

Inside Hawaii Travel Guide:

  • Honolulu
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Mauna Kea
  • Polynesian Cultural Center
  • Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
  • Poipu
  • Volcanoes National Park
  • Diamond Head
  • Nuâ??uanu Pali

Though Hawaii is usually known for its dazzling beaches, this state has so much more to offer. There are dozens of volcanoes, some of which are still active, offering unique and beautiful views. What is more, the marine ecosystem is so diverse, that diving and snorkeling here is an unbelievable experience.

But that is not all. Did you know that for six months a year, you can ski in Hawaii? One of the largest mountains in the United States of America can be found on the Big Island. Mauna Kea’s peak is covered in snow year round and from December to May you can even ski here.

Hawaii also has an incredible culture that you can discover no matter the island you choose. The Polynesian traditions and customs are still religiously preserved and are a treat for any tourist.

Are you exited yet? You should be! Hawaii is an amazing travel destination.

But, before you embark in your dream vacation, make sure you download Hawaii Travel Guide so you won’t miss any of the treasures this beautiful state has to offer.

Toronto Travel Guide: Wanderlust Toronto Travel Guide With Niagara Falls, Tobermory, Muskoka, and Ottawa

by Diana Polska


Anyone with wanderlust is infected with the travel bug and has a strong desire to travel the world. Wanderlusters understand that that life is short and one of their main missions in life is to see what this beautiful world offers.

Wanderlust for Toronto? This is the best travel guide for you! Many Toronto city guides provide in-depth, but overwhelming details about the city that is irrelevant for first-time visitors or those that have a limited amount of time and only want to see the best of what the beautiful city of Toronto offers. If you’re only visiting for a few days or a week, this Toronto travel guide is all you need to see the best of city.

Toronto Travel Guide includes destinations that are worthy of a multi-day or day trip, and that are only several hours away from Toronto such as Niagara Region (Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake), Tobermory, Muskoka, and Ottawa.

Oslo Travel Guide: The Top 10 Highlights in Oslo (Globetrotter Guide Books)

by Marc Cook

Oslo: Explore the Ski Capital of the World

You’re next vacation is coming up and you’re not sure of where to go. You want to discover a brand new city and culture but still aren’t sure what to do. Well, for a healthy dose of Viking culture, art and history museums, and a wealth of Scandinavian architecture, both modern and historic, look no further than Oslo. Oslo is just the place to visit whether you’re interested in just one or each of these options.

The small Norwegian capital offers visitors some of the most modern, state-of-the-art ski facilities in the world, beautiful museums and amazing parks just waiting to be explored.

But don’t let its small size fool you! First-time visitors to Oslo may find themselves overwhelmed by the city’s offering of touristic attractions, making it rather difficult to pick those you are sure to like. That is why you need to get this compact book that will provide you with the most important information about the places you must not miss when visiting Oslo.

Inside the Oslo Travel Guide:

  • Holmenkollbakken & Skimuseet
  • Vikingskipshuset
  • Norsk Folkemuseum
  • Den Norske Opera & Ballet
  • Akershus Slott & Festning
  • Frognerparken
  • Nasjonalgalleriet
  • Det Kongelige Slott & Slottsparken
  • Oslofjord
  • Munchmuseet

Relive the life and times of the Vikings by exploring Oslo’s intriguing museums on the Bygdoy Peninsula. The fascinating collections of Viking artifacts will be more than enough to keep you happy and entertained during your stay.

Oslo is the gleaming capital of one of the richest nations in the world with attractive architecture, and plenty of tradition in the form of fjords, folklore and forests. To experience the Oslo lifestyle, tourists may begin by taking a ferry to the islands of Oslofjord.

Oslo is famous for many things among them skiing. But, did you know you can take a tour of the world-famous Holmenkollen Ski Jump Museum and look at centuries-old skis worn by the Vikings?

Well, in this easy to read travel guide you’ll find out which are the most popular Ski Jump activities, as well as the most interesting parks and historic sites and other amazing things you can do while vacationing in Oslo.

Do it now! Get the Oslo Travel Guide right now and start planning a most memorable holiday!

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