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Where Can I Find Wifi?: Work Anywhere, Travel Forever: Tales of a Digital Nomad by Kayla Kurin 4.9 Stars (11 Reviews)    Price verified 23 minutes ago

Do you want to make money online so that you can travel full-time and join the digital nomad community? Do you want to explore the world, working from your laptop while you chow down on gnocchi gorgonzola in Italy or dig your toes into the white sand beaches of Thailand? Do you then start to wonder - is there wifi on the beach? What if sand gets in my keyboard? Also, is it really possible to make money online? Kayla Kurin has been travelling around the word while she works for over seven years. In this book, she shares how, as a recent university graduate, she quit her job, started a freelance career, and built her own business from the ground up, all while living out of a backpack. But it's not all lying on a beach in a hammock trying not to spill your mojito on your laptop. Starting a digital nomad lifestyle takes time, dedication, and commitment. In this book Kayla Kurin outlines everything you need to know about becoming a digital nomad including: - How to save money for travel and starting your online career - How to work or volunteer abroad to test out if this lifestyle is for you - How to choose a remote career path that combines your current skills and your passions - How to get your first clients and start an online money making machine - How to find nomad friendly accommodation (it's not about five-star hotels, but you also can't get much work done in a dorm room!) - How to create productive work spaces on the road - Making and keeping friends on the road - Nomad dating - How to travel ethically and responsibly - How to answer questions like "when are you gonna get a real job?" This book is full of hilarious and entertaining anecdotes about travel that show how Kurin learned the ropes of a location independent digital nomad life.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 289 Pages (857 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Feb 26th, 2020

Alabama - Travelogue by State: Experience Both the Ordinary and Obscure (Exploring America Series Book 2) by Amber Richards 3.5 Stars (10 Reviews)    Price verified 23 minutes ago

Product Description for Ebook Alabama - Travelogue by State - Experience Both the Ordinary and Obscure When locals want the lowdown on what's going on in their own state... They turn to Amber Richards' Exploring America series! That's why travelers are catching on to this invaluable series as well. More than just travel guides, these state-by-state editions, dial-in to the locales, the events, the goods, the foods, sights, sounds, and characters you MUST experience if you want the right to say, "I've been there!" It is not a typical travel guide, in the sense that the focus is not about where to eat and where to stay, but rather on where to go and what to experience to get an authentic sense of Alabama. In this edition, Amber collaborates with a local Alabaman to pop the cork on Alabama's rich heritage and history. From well-known attractions and the history behind them, to the obscure less traveled experiences, Ms. Richards delivers the real Alabama to your fingertips! Download your copy now.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 159 Pages (3,751 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Feb 26th, 2020

50 things to do in Kolkata (50 Things (Discover India) Book 9) by David Riley Price verified 2 hours ago

Kolkata (or Calcutta, as the British used to call it) has long been known as the cultural (and intellectual) capital of the country, producing gems in the fields of poetry, writing, as well as various Nobel laureates. The former capital of British India retains some fascinating architecture from the colonial era, with some striking contrast provided in the form of urban poor as well as the modern air-conditioned spaces like the malls and the skyscrapers. No matter which route you take to explore it, the city of Kolkata will definitely give you an unforgettable experience in the form of the 'friendliest' metropolis of India. The melting pot of culture, cuisine, literature and heritage, Kolkata awaits you with many exciting activities. So here are a list of '50 things to do' on your next visit to the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal, Calcutta. Do check other books on, Mumbai, Delhi, Shimla, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Darjeeling, Goa, Jaipur and many other cities in India.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 34 Pages (6,101 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Feb 26th, 2020

Golconda Fort | Hyderabad: Discover India | Photojournals (Heritage of India Book 1) by David Riley Price verified 14 minutes ago

History of India India has enjoyed a long period of history. It is one of the lands of ancient civilizations. The history of the Indian subcontinent began with the birth of the Indus Valley Civilization and the coming of the Aryans. This period going back to almost 3300 BC, is usually referred to as the pre-Vedic or the Vedic period. It was during this time, that Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism rose in the country. Then came the time of powerful ruling dynasties. Amongst the first rulers to hold dominion over most of the Indian subcontinent were the Mauryan Empire. During the 4th and 3rd Century BC, they had conquered and ruled over most of the Indian subcontinent. For the next 1500 years, a lot of different rulers ruled over different parts of the Indian subcontinent, and India flourished in all aspects, including trade, literature, culture, religion, administration, civilization, mathematics, astronomy, et cetera. The Islamic rule in the country started in the 13th Century, beginning in the northern parts of the country when the Delhi Sultanate was founded in 1206 CE. Although Islam had come to many parts of the subcontinent as early as 8th Century, it truly rose to power only after 13th Century CE. Over time, many other dynasties rose, conquered lands, built significant landmarks and fell again. Some of the notable ones included the Mughals, the Marathas, the Sikhs, et cetera. From the late 18th Century onwards, a large part of India was annexed by the British East India Company, amongst other colonial powers such as the Dutch, the French and the Portuguese. After the revolt of 1857 however, much of the control of the country fell directly under the hands of the British Crown. Then began a long struggle for Independence which was finally accomplished in the year 1947, after the country was partitioned into the dominions of India, Pakistan and several other princely states. About the series Throughout the History, different empires flourished and fell again. ...

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 98 Pages (9,548 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Feb 25th, 2020

San Diego Travel Guide: 2019 by Steven Charles Hirschfeld Price verified 25 minutes ago

I have been a tour-guide in San Diego, California through recent changes. 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.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 23 Pages (1,533 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Feb 25th, 2020

Three Journeys to Patagonia by Nick Green Price verified 2 hours ago

Aged 18 in 1990 Nick Green did three jobs to save up enough money to fulfill his lifelong dream of visiting Machu Picchu: Night-fill in Budgens, barman at the local pub and tour guide at the nearby Blenheim Palace. The first journey to South America, which began a lifelong love affair, began the following year and saw him turn 19 in the Rio Carnival. Since then he has climbed volcanoes, swam in frozen lakes, been held up at knife point and gun point by guerrillas, and traced Bruce Chatwin's steps all the way to Butch Cassidy's log cabin. Nick Green's candid and sometimes hilarious diaries from 1991, 1998 and 2009 reveal a changing Patagonian and South American scene through the eyes of a boy becoming a man.

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 257 Pages (25,085 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Feb 25th, 2020

Beautiful Lakes Book-24 Natural Wonders! by Gary Moore Price verified 11 hours ago

Every page is crafted to give the reader new types of beautiful scenery Each picture is carefully selected to wet the appetite for more lovely pictures to give the eyes treasures to feast on. Each picture draws you on to more exciting vistas! Your family will delight in wanting just one more look with the hint of more to come.. Enjoy the fun together of sharing each new picture to give fun and delight. Enjoy the giggles together! Beautiful Lakes Book- 24 Natural Wonders!, will delight all who view it

Genre: Travel [x]
Length: 29 Pages (3,655 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Feb 25th, 2020
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