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    Not Guidebooks but interesting travel experiences...

    Amazon.com: Above the Arctic Circle eBook: Brian Lawrenson: Kindle Store

    Product Description
    Many people believe that the desolate, windswept area above the Arctic Circle is without interest but for the few intrepid travellers who choose to venture into the frozen north, it has provided a remarkable and different travel experience. The people who live in these extremes are different and in most cases live in vibrant communities. Join this couple on the exciting journey to visit the north of Canada and a few places in between. You’ll be surprised and heartened by their experiences.

    Amazon.com: Mysteries of Easter Island (South American) eBook: Brian Lawrenson: Kindle Store
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    The myths and statues of Easter Island remain one of the world’s most intriguing unsolved mysteries. Where do they come from? How were they carved? Who erected them? How were they erected? Why were they toppled? What is the Birdman Cult? What happened to the population of Easter Island? These are all questions that have been asked.
    Join a couple who have visited most of the island of the Pacific as they unravel the secrets of Easter Island

    Amazon.com: Straw Hats and Bicycles, Travels in Vietnam and Cambodia eBook: Brian Lawrenson: Kindle Store
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    This is the story of a couples visit deep into the culture of Vietnam and Cambodia. The highlights of the story include a visit to the Hill tribes at Sapa, the Sunday market at Bac Ha, sailing Halong Bay, exploring the culture and architecture of Hanoi, historic Hue, shopping mecca Hoi An, a trip on the Re-unification Express, the Open Bus, got lost in Phan Thiet and discovering the South including Ha Chi Ming and the Mekong Delta. During these independent journeys they met the people, experienced the culture and sampled the wonderful Vietnamese regional cuisine.
    Then in Cambodia they explored the wonderful temples of Ankor Wat, were dumb struck by the “lost in the jungle” experience of Ta Prohm, look the express boat across the Tonle Sap Lake down to Phnom Penh, the once exciting capital of Cambodia.
    Come join us on this incredible journey. You’ll love every minute of it. The eBook contains professional quality photographs and after you have read this account you’ll feel like you’ve been there.

    ....and sort of travel related for people interested in NYC history....
    Amazon.com: Know the Past, Find the Future: The New York Public Library at 100 eBook: Various: Kindle Store

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    From Laurie Anderson to Vampire Weekend, Roy Blount, Jr., to Renée Fleming, Stephen Colbert to Bill T. Jones-more than 100 luminaries reflect on the treasures of America's favorite public library.Marking the centennial of The New York Public Library's Beaux-Arts landmark at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, now called the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Know the Past, Find the Future harnesses the thoughts of an eclectic assortment of notable people as they ponder an even more eclectic assortment of objects. From among the Library's vast collections, these writers, artists, philosophers, scientists, musicians, athletes, architects, choreographers, and journalists-as well as some of the curators who have preserved these riches-each select an item and describe its unique significance. The result, in words and photographs, is a glimpse of what a great library can be.Published by Penguin Classics for The New York Public Library

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    Not a travel book but maybe a way to help us save money so we can travel more!

    http://www.amazon.com/Living-Rich-Sp...9368635&sr=1-1
    Living Rich, Spending Smart!
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    Diamond Head from Mai Tai Bar at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Waikiki

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    Where The Hell Is Matt? by Matt Harding (4.5 out of 5 stars) is currently available as a FREE Kindle book!

    Matt Harding created an Internet sensation with his awkward, limb-flailing dance of joy. His travels, and his bad dancing, have been viewed online nearly 75 million times. It started as a lark on a curbside in Hanoi, Vietnam. He did it for fun, but Matt’s irreverent spirit caught on, and soon thousands all over the world were joining him in a simple expression of what we all, as humans, have in common.

    In his first book, a full-color travelogue, Matt shares, with refreshing honesty and wit, the adventure of creating his videos. He tells of jumping into the ocean with a humpback whale, sledding down a hill in Antarctica, and hitchhiking across the Skeleton Coast desert with a spare tire under one arm. Matt also reveals the unlikely story of how his passion for travel led to Internet stardom, a corporate sponsor, and an odd little pop culture phenomenon that strikes a deep emotional chord. His book, like his videos, offers us a chance to share his unique experiences as he walks us through how he became the first person to dance with the world.

    [Free Kindle Book] Where The Hell Is Matt? | Pixel of Ink

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    Australia’s Red Centre by Brian Lawrenson is currently available as a FREE Kindle book!

    The centre of Australia is flat, red and hot but it offers some of the most amazing travel experiences that anyone could have. Here is sacred Uluru, and mystical Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), both huge sandstone massifs with spiritual links to the local Aboriginal people. The scenery is spectacular, the local people unique and the food very different – try kangaroo, camel and bush tucker.

    Called the Red Centre, it is steeped in history yet part of a modern Australia. Here you can taste it, smell it and experience a completely different travel destination.

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    Free at time of posting..

    [Free Kindle Book] How to Get the Most From Your Trip to Disneyworld | Power Reads

    How to Get the Most From Your Trip to Disneyworld by Susan Hart

    A short and concise (no fluff) guide to the huge theme park complex known as Disneyworld, from a person who’s visited over 25 times! Lots, of photos, too, plus useful links. Many insider tips to save you money and time!

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    Amazon Best Sellers: best Travel


    Link to Amazons Top 100 ravel Books - paid and free!

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