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Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Americas North to South, Part 1: Mom! There's a Lion in the Toilet

by Lisa Anderson

Early praise for the series: "Mom! There’s a Lion in the Toilet"
"Mom, There's a Lion in the Toilet" is thoroughly enjoyable and a must-read for travel lovers of all ages. The stories of the Anderson's fascinating cultural encounters and remarkable travel experiences are so good they're better than fiction.
Andrea Phare, Communications Specialist, Elk Island Public Schools
"Mom! There’s a Lion in the Toilet!" is a fun read for families and those who love world travel. The book might bring back memories of your family vacations... the good, the bad and the happenings that made great stories. In fact, after reading this delightful book, you might just start packing for your ‘round the world adventure. This book weaves in memories from the family blog, the children’s journals and the family’s recollections of a trip that has painted memories that will last a lifetime!
Charmaine Hammond, Bestselling Author of On Toby’s Terms.
An inspiration to all those who seek to follow their dreams and those who are struggling to find "lift-off". I can't wait to read the whole adventure!"
Vicki Barnes, Christchurch, New Zealand
"Mom! There’s a Lion in the Toilet" is a fascinating book that takes you on an extraordinary adventure teaching about geography, history, cultural diversity, and globalization but most of all - love for family and friends.
Theresa Wells-Taylor, educational blogger, Jar of Candy
Rick and Lisa celebrated their twentieth wedding anniversary in a way most people wouldn't dare. They packed up their four children, three of them teenagers and one a precocious six year old, and bought a one way ticket to a destination far away, letting their children lead the way.
In the first continents of the 'round the world adventure, The Americas North to South follows the Anderson's as they leave Canada, stop off in the United States en route for Lima, Peru. There, they explore the heights of the Lost City of the Inca, Machu Picchu. Unbelievable tales are shared with classmates and friends back home.
Pack your suitcase, and come along for the ride in Part 1 of Mom! There's a Lion in the Toilet, based on the true-life extraordinary adventures of 6 Andersons 1 World.
To be released Fall/Winter 2012 in ebook format:
Part 2: Whirl across Europe
Part 3: Gasp! The Middle East
Part 4: Southeast Asia for the Holidays
Part 5: Off to the Land of Oz
Part 6: Paused in Polynesia

Genre: Travel
Free From: 24 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Lisa Anderson

Rating: 5.00 / 5
2 reviews

Chiang Mai Through The Looking Glass

by Francis Shettlesworth

Genre: Travel
Free From: 23 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Francis Shettlesworth

Rating: 5.00 / 5
2 reviews

Letters from an Expatriate in Europe by Rabindranath Tagore

by A. Datta

Tagore wrote these letters nearly three decades before becoming the first non-European to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. They give an in-depth view of Victorian England through the eyes of an…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 12 April 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: A. Datta

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Just a Canadian Girl

by Lavinia Thompson

This is a story about a small-town girl who, tired of her own town and in the midst of soul-searching, decided to take a chance, fly across the country on her own, and experience Canada Day in Ottawa, Ontario.
This short story can also be found in my recent poetry book, "Wildflowers Scattered, Estranged: Memoirs of a Small Town Girl."

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Lavinia Thompson

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Travel Tips: 17 Travel Tips to help you save money, and make your next adventure less…

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 most practical and useful tips learned during that time.
17 Travel Tips to help you save money, and make your next adventure less stressful and more enjoyable.
The tips are sorted into four useful categories:-
1) Planning your trip
2) Before departure
3) Travelling
4) At your destination

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Ian Usher

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

Dancing Bare

by Rigby Taylor

Dancing Bare is an amusing, thoughtful and informative tale about Rigby, an impossibly innocent young man who swaps the suffocating confines of middle class New Zealand for love and liberation in…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 05 November 2012 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Rigby Taylor

Rating: 4.00 / 5
2 reviews

Egypt: Travels with my Camera

by Jane Barrett

A light hearted look at travelling through one of the most fascinating and historical counties in the world - Egypt. This book looks at both the ancient and the modern country through a visitors eyes…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 22 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Jane Barrett

Rating: 4.00 / 5
1 review

Vegas Dreams

by John L. Keller

A husband and father reminisces about his family vacations to Las Vegas and what Las Vegas has meant to him over the years. The author describes his changing views of life and family.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: John L. Keller

Rating: 4.00 / 5
1 review

Paris & Rome - Romance and Architecture

by Andre Britto

The series Stamp Your Passport starts of with its beginning photobook, Paris & Rome: Romance and Architecture. Taking viewers through two of the most romantical and architecually sound cities in the world.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 22 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Andre S Britto

Rating: 4.00 / 5
1 review

More Amazing Travel Experiences: 13 more globe-trotting travel stories to inspire you…

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…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 05 November 2012 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Ian Usher

Rating: 3.00 / 5
7 reviews

In the Land of the Brother Leader

by Michael J. Totten

Libya's Moammar Qaddafi ran one of the most terrifying police states in the world before an armed rebel movement tore his repressive regime apart. In the Land of the Brother Leader is award-winning foreign correspondent Michael J. Totten's alterately humorous, creepy, and occasionally touching portrait of a brutalized nation just a few short years before the end of an era.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Belmont Estate Books

Rating: 3.00 / 5
7 reviews

Jump Start Your Gluten-Free Diet! - Living with Celiac / Coeliac Disease & Gluten…

by Stefano Guandalini MD

The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is dedicated to raising awareness, increasing diagnosis rates and meeting the needs of people affected by celiac disease nationwide through education…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 13 February 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Gluten Free Passport

Rating: 3.00 / 5
6 reviews

The 40-Year-Old Vespa Virgin

by Peter Moore

In the summer he turned 40, Peter Moore bought a Vespa as old as he was and rode it from Milan to Rome.
It was a trip that took him through medieval stone towns, patchworked fields and into the hearts of all the Italians he met.
This is an abridged version of Peter's book about the trip, Vroom with a View, published by Random House. It first appeared in the Lonely Planet anthology, Flightless.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Peter Moore

Rating: 3.00 / 5
4 reviews

Airline Passenger Etiquette: Guide to Modern Airline Travel

by David Tuffley

The 21st Century has seen a rapid rise in the number of people travelling by air. What was once only affordable by the super-rich is now accessible by people of even quite limited means. We have seen the emergence of the budget, no frills airlines. It has never been so inexpensive to travel, and the trend is set to continue well into the foreseeable future.
Applying mainly to people travelling Economy class, this eBook is a how to guide for people wanting to make the experience more tolerable if not enjoyable for themselves and their fellow travellers. Its basic message is common sense and consideration for others. It encourages you to ask yourself before you do anything, how would I like it if someone did this to me? This is a silver bullet formula that works in almost any situation in life.
The psychology of airline travel
There is something about airline travel that brings out the worst in people. The phenomena has much to do with claustrophobia leading to heightened anxiety, and the perceived invasion of personal space leading to attempts to reclaim it.
Claustrophobia
Cramming strangers shoulder to shoulder, elbow to elbow into an aluminium tube for many hours, thinning the available oxygen so it is like being on a 4000 metre high mountain, then hurtling that tube through the sky at close to the speed of sound at an altitude of 10 kilometres are the ideal conditions for any sane person to experience some degree of claustrophobia.
Personal space
Everyone of us as we go through life maintains four concentric zones around us; Intimate space , Personal space , Social space and Public space . These are average figures. Actual figures vary from culture to culture.
It is not difficult to see where the problem with airline travel arises, indeed with any form of public transport where we are crammed together with strangers. People we do not know belong in the public space contact with us as our shoulders and elbows unavoidably rub together.
Our instincts are telling us that this is a violation, while our rational minds try to keep our rising indignation under control. If we are not mindful though, our instincts assert themselves in a variety of ways and here is where the problems arise for the people around us.
All of these factors combine to create a sense of discomfort with our present situation and the desire to escape from it as soon as possible. Observe how most passengers stand up as soon as the plane comes to a rest at its destination, even though everyone knows it will be several minutes before anyone can actually get off the plane. The rational thing to do would be to stay seated and relaxed until it is possible to stand up and walk off.
An attitude of gratitude
Gratitude is an emotion that has enormous power, both in making a journey more pleasant and in life generally, but which few people understand in our consumer-driven world that encourages dissatisfaction and complaint.
What is there to be grateful for with economy air travel? Well quite a lot actually. A hundred years ago, travelling several thousand kilometres would have been immensely arduous, time-consuming, uncomfortable and dangerous, not to mention expensive. How fortunate you are to be able to avoid all that for just a few hundred dollars and a couple of hours of your valuable time. Unless we figure out how to beam people from place to place like in Star Trek, it is still the easiest way to get to far-off places.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Altiora Publications

Rating: 3.00 / 5
3 reviews

This One Time, In Korea...

by Kitty Pitman

Genre: Travel
Free From: 28 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Kitty Pitman

Rating: 3.00 / 5
3 reviews

Tasty Britain: best food experiences - Best Eating Experiences

by Lonely Planet

Genre: Travel
Free From: 23 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Lonely Planet

Rating: 3.00 / 5
2 reviews

Best of Blog in France

by Stephanie Dagg

Five years ago we left our large, brand new house in Co. Cork, which we’d built ourselves, for a two-hundred-year-old hovel in Creuse, France .
Why, oh why? Why did we aspire to go down in the world, to leave the country where we could communicate successfully and actually use our painstakingly acquired professional qualifications to make a living? Why did we abandon all that and go abroad where, at least at first, we would be scratching a living so far below the poverty line as to be complete out of sight of it? Insanity? Bloody-mindedness? Misguided romanticism? The spirit of adventure?
None of the above. Quite simply - necessity. It was the only thing to do.
We couldn’t carry on in Ireland the way we were. After fifteen years there, it was time to go before Chris’s work-related stress made me a widow and the cost of living got any worse. And so we changed our lives by moving to rural France to run a gîte and carp fishing business and do a little llama farming on the side.
We are: myself, Stephanie, author and freelance editor and now also llama farmer and gîte cleaner; Chris, ex-quality assurance in the chemical industry, now carp lake manager, DIY expert and mole hater; three totally Frenchified children, namely Benj, currently nearly 20 and at University; Caiti 17 who regularly wins national school awards, and 10 year-old free spirit Ruadhri; Nessie our dog who came with us too, but all the other animals – alpacas, carp, cats, goats, guinea pigs, hens, llamas, rabbits, turkeys – have been accumulated here.
Moving abroad is tricky at the best of times. With kids of 14, 11 and 4 at the time it became even more of a challenge. But with persistence, a positive attitude and, let’s face it, no alternative, we’ve made a success of it. It’s been far from easy though. Many people harbour notions of an idyllic rural French ex-pat lifestyle, sipping wine and watching sunsets. That rarely exists. Reality is French bureaucracy, exploding composting loos, leaking roofs, viciously cold winters without central heating, living off savings, self-doubt, frustration and depression.
I began my blog in July 2009. With its honest view of what it takes to get established abroad, my blog, Blog in France, has encouraged and educated current and would-be ex-pat families, as well as entertained everybody, or at least I hope it has. The overall tone is optimistic and light-hearted and variety is the key. I’ve picked what I think to be a nice selection from the first couple of years’ worth of entries, which I’ve arranged by months. So from January to December, you can see what living in rural Creuse is like for an Anglo-Irish family who took the plunge and have never looked back.
Enjoy!

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Stephanie Dagg

Rating: 3.00 / 5
1 review

My Thai Eye

by Edwin Tipple

A wry look at Thai life by British ex-pat, Edwin Tipple. In his many extended visits to Thailand, he never ceases to be amazed by ordinary Thai people: the way they organise things - like the way they travel - their kindness and outlook on life. All, except one, of the twelve short tales in this book are amusing experiences you're unlikely find in any travel guide.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Edwin Tipple

Rating: 3.00 / 5
1 review

Morocco Hammam Visit

by Roxanne Kessel

A visit to a hammam bath in Marrakesh Morocco rejuvenates a traveler on her birthday, two days after the ‘Arab Spring’ protests in Morocco.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 05 November 2012 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Roxanne Kessel

Rating: 2.00 / 5
1 review

The Sinai Bedouin: a photographic journey

by Zoltan Matrahazi

Genre: Travel
Free From: 28 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Zoltan Matrahazi

Rating: 2.00 / 5
1 review

En Route - A European Adventure

by Martin Paul

Nightmares of border posts and being saved by dirty undwear, marriage with a Sat Nav system and visiting Eurpoe's finest capitals... An incredible three week adventure, complete with photographs.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 22 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Martin Paul

Portland Beyond Sightseeing (Lite)

by GPSmyCity.com Inc.

Price: Free! Approx. 5,700 words. Language: English. Published on August 5, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Specialties & interests. n Portland Beyond Sightseeing is part of a city guide series designed to help travelers expand their trip experience beyond the typical tourist sightseeing and get a real taste of the local culture. Beyond Sightseeing city guide leads you to the best local food, genuine local products for souvenirs, cafes and bars, exciting nightlife spots, and more.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 05 August 2013 PDT/PST 

My Ahmedabad Tour

by Dilip.K. Bandyopadhyay

Price: Free! Approx. 4,070 words. Language: English. Published on August 2, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Trip Journals. n travelogue of a short trip to the city of ahmedabad with pictures during summer of 2013.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 05 August 2013 PDT/PST 

Amsterdam Beyond Sightseeing (Lite)

by GPSmyCity.com Inc.

Price: Free! Approx. 16,350 words. Language: English. Published on August 5, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Specialties & interests. n Amsterdam Beyond Sightseeing is part of a city guide series designed to help travelers expand their trip experience beyond the typical tourist sightseeing and get a real taste of the local culture. Beyond Sightseeing city guide leads you to the best local food, genuine local products for souvenirs, cafes and bars, exciting nightlife spots, and more.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 05 August 2013 PDT/PST 

New York City Beyond Sightseeing (Lite)

by GPSmyCity.com Inc.

Price: Free! Approx. 18,260 words. Language: English. Published on August 5, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Specialties & interests. n New York City Beyond Sightseeing is part of a city guide series designed to help travelers expand their trip experience beyond the typical tourist sightseeing and get a real taste of the local culture. Beyond Sightseeing city guide leads you to the best local food, genuine local products for souvenirs, cafes and bars, exciting nightlife spots, and more.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 05 August 2013 PDT/PST 

Djupdykningar I Det Indiska Folkhavet

by Son Lal

Dagbok från resor på egen hand bland vanligt folk i norra delen av Indien mellan 2008 och 2012. Ett försök att förstå tillvaron för dem, som har mycket små resurser. Genom samtal på deras eget språk.Med fattiga bönder och bybor, med dem som utsätts för kastdiskriminering, och dem som har urusla bostäder i små och stor städer. Från Gujarat i väster till Bihar i öster.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Son Lal

666: A Travel Romance Memoir

by Terry Dip

What if you met someone while one or both of you were an ocean away from home, whether on a short trip or a much longer stay, and together the two of you shared moments worth memorializing—a fleeting glance, a lingering kiss, a passionate night—and parted ways afterward? Then you found out this person later wrote about a collection of these moments in a travel romance memoir that is surprisingly down-to-earth, refreshingly lighthearted, and at times even demure, lightly contrasting against sensationalist tales of global gallivanting. This is one such collection, humbly chronicling eight years of travel across locales like Los Angeles, Prague, Agra, Hong Kong, Stuttgart, Osaka, Vancouver, Bangkok, Beijing, among others. The names of the people are fake, but the places and stories are real.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Terry Dip

Australian Travel Guide

by Daniel Hardie

The Australian Travel Guide gives you an insight of what it’s like to travel and visit Australia as well as many of the popular tours that can make for one adventurous weekend.
Covered in the Australian Travel Guide is a full state by state guide of what there is there is to do and see… even the locals could benefits from these tours. Plus the top 10 fishing spots in Australia and the top 10 dive sites around Australia.
So come and visit Australia and see why is one of the world’s most beautiful places. From top to bottom and from east to west, Australia is so different in each little corner with varying climates so find out what best suits your needs here in the guide.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Daniel Hardie

The Alaskan Voyage of the Sea Shanty

by Charles Kaluza

This is my story of healing and exploration while fulfilling a lifelong dream. The voyage itself was wonderful but the healing it brought me was far more important. Sailing to Alaska is common enough but sailing in a boat you finished yourself is less common. The experience allowed me to grow out of my illness and experience life to a much fuller extent. And just maybe the stabilization of my health is due to the healing I experienced.
This story is based on the short email accounts I forwarded to family and friends while traveling…a bit cleaned up but otherwise as originally written. I added the section on finishing the boat for the folks at the Metal Boat Society who followed my travels.
The solitude of the sea and the beauty of the land were awesome. Being alone at the helm at night with nothing but the sea and stars is something I have dreamed about since I was a kid of 12 years reading Thor Heyerdahl's "Kon-Tiki".

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Charles Kaluza

After the Roman Cemetery

by V West

After the Roman Cemetery is a true story about a very unexpected and tragic event that occurred on what was supposed to be a typical sightseeing day in rural Syria by a typical American girl. Most things we hear about Syria are the political events shared in the media. Here we share a very personal event as written in the author's diary on October 10, 1993.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: V West

Adventure Travel: 16 stories from a world traveller hoping to provide little…

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:-
Bungee jump #1
Tomatina
High-diving
Oktoberfest
Hawk flying
Guns
Jet boat
Horse riding
Dog sledding
Captain Zodiac
Outback 4WD
Ayers Rock/Uluru
Kitesurfing
Cheese rolling
Wall of Death
Running with the bulls at Pamplona
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?

Genre: Travel
Free From: 01 August 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Ian Usher

Waterfalls & Lava Floes

by Mark Finnemore

Warning - going further is not recommended! Do not approach the volcano! But we could see a steaming cloud up ahead, promising views of molten lava. We looked right and noticed sulfuric fumes billowing up, bringing back warnings of “don’t get surrounded by lava”. As I looked left, I heard a yelp of surprise. Looking back – and then down – I found Paul hip-deep in pumice.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 30 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Mark Finnemore

Ten Months in Guangxi

by Daniel Andersen

Looking for information on China from a first hand perspective? Follow the author through the streets of the real China. Get what you don't get in other travel books. A real life account of actual people, places, and events.
The book was originally a collection of blog entries that has been recompiled to fit an eBook format. Enjoy.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 30 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: El Chupacabra Independent Press

Maid Behind the Bar

by Jon Burr

Three travelers join an Irish farmer in his kitchen for drinks in this story of culinary discussion and cultural reflection.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 28 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Jon Burr

Adventures Underwater: 10 watery tales of excitement under the sea to whet your…

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…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 28 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Ian Usher

A Last Chance PowerDrive Part 1 Highways and Highlights

by Benedict Beaumont

In October 2011 a burnt out teacher decided to change his life. Benedict Beaumont quit his job as a secondary school teacher, flew to Delhi, bought a Royal Enfield Motorbike and drove through the Himalayas.
Part 1 of A Last Chance Powerdrive is the start of his adventures in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
Along the way he narrowly avoids turning his Enfield into a firebomb, meets travelling divinities, watches Buddhist Llamas dance, is guided to a lost village by a stray dog and crosses the haunted passes of Kunzum-La and Rohtang.
It weaves the stories of the people he meets with the mythical narrative of the landscape and his own personal history as he takes his bike Carmen over some of the highest passes in the world.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 28 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Benedict Beaumont

Unscripted Journeys

by Robert Green

Unscripted Journeys is a true detailed account of perils, and adventures in the land of the Maya. It includes accounts of a year incarceration in a remote Mexican prison, exclusive access to Mayan…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 28 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Robert Green

100 Travel Tips

by Wolfgang Riebe

Genre: Travel
Free From: 25 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Wolfgang Riebe

One Night Trips with Kids: Ohio and Surrounding States

by Erin Thomas

Everyone loves a vacation, but planning travel can often be a time-consuming effort, especially if you are trying to plan fun itineraries for kids. With the economy tight and gas prices high, many families will opt for shorter trips that are closer to home. This e-book contains six 1-night trips in Ohio and the surrounding states.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 24 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Erin Thomas

Two Flags in China: A Travelogue

by Robert C. Huckins

China remains one of the most misunderstood and enchanting nations in the world along with being the most highly populated. Two Flags in China details a cultural exchange trip taken by a small group of New Hampshire high school students, teachers and administrators, a journey stretching from the urban sprawl of Beijing to the outer rural areas of Xi'an.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 24 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Robert C. Huckins

I Almost Died in the Grand Canyon

by Ryan Barlow

Originally written as a travel blog for Backpacker Magazine, this article is the exciting story about how the author faced a wildlife attack while hiking Bright Angel Trail in the Grand Canyon…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 22 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Ryan Barlow

A Last Chance Powerdrive Part 2 Ambliss, The Black Knight and The Crash

by Benedict Beaumont

Genre: Travel
Free From: 22 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Benedict Beaumont

The Highway One Travel Companion: Introductory Sections

by David Taylor

Genre: Travel
Free From: 22 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: David Taylor

Epcot: A Planet Explorers Travel Guide for Kids

by Planet Explorers

Genre: Travel
Free From: 22 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Planet Explorers

Under an Australian Sky

by Alannah Foley

Born in Australia, the author was raised in England of British-Australian parents. In her twenties, she sold everything, ditched her plans and travelled to her birthplace – a five-year journey she…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 22 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Alannah Foley

The Morning Star: Andalusia

by Magdalena Matulewicz

A spiky friend? Sure! A blobby one? Why not! Join us now and explore the Andalusian beach early in the morning only to find out how easy it is to make friends with creatures from the Mediterranean…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 02 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Kids'n'Go Editions

The Smell of Coffee: Costa Rica

by Magdalena Matulewicz

You don't have to like beans on toast or any other kind of beans to enjoy this adventure. And your parents will enjoy their morning cup of coffee more when you take them to this amazing place. So…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 02 July 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Kids'n'Go Editions

Toward the Double Rainbow: An Hawaii Travel Tale

by Gabriella West

"I want to be more like the islands themselves: warm, spicy, tolerating storms of rain and wind, beautiful, fertile, changeable, adventurous, enduring."In this honest and compelling short travel…

Genre: Travel
Free From: 11 May 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Gabriella West

How I Backpacked Europe

by Daniel Hardie

How I Backpacked Europe is a short recount of my backpacking experience. I took the leap of faith a few years back, before becoming a travel agent and then onto travel writer and have written detailed guides on how to backpack Europe, but in this guide I want to share with you my journey and where I had backpacked and some of the experiences I had overseas. From travel in Italy, to Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, to finding a job and a place to live in London, plus all my short breaks and highlights throughout the life changing year I backpacked Europe. If you wish to backpack Europe yourself, then download this eBook and find out about my story, but if you’re really keen and want to find out detailed information on how you too can enjoy the benefits of this life changing experience then I suggest you grab the details guide Backpacker Europe. The detailed covers in more details about obtaining work visas, how to find cheap travel, safe travelling, insurance, finding work overseas, plus the Euro Destinations Guide and a whole lot more. For now, start with my story which I hope will inspire and motivate many people, including you to backpack Europe.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 12 January 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Daniel Hardie

Apothesion of the Ocean

by Adrian Poniatowski

Three thousand miles of the Pacific Ocean, distilled into a wealth of poetry.

Genre: Travel
Free From: 12 January 2013 PDT/PST 
Publisher: Adrian Poniatowski

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