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Check out all these awesome travel books written by several long-term world travelers, including myself and some of my favorite travel nomads and bloggers. With these guidebooks you’ll be learning from the most experienced and most successful long-term world travelers. Currently there are 23 useful books to help you travel!

To read full descriptions or purchase any book,  just click on the book thumbnail photo or ‘click here’ links.  After the book photo section on this page you’ll find brief descriptions of each book.

 

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100 Free Things to do in Asia by Lash

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Hiking in Bali – by Lash

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Cycling in Bali – by Lash

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 Two Wheels & rice Fields by Positive World Travel

Two Wheels & rice Fields by Positive World Travel

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101 Things to do in Bangkok - Mark Wiens - Migrationology - ebook

101 Things to do in Bangkok by Mark Wiens

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Live a Life of Travel by Darek Earl Baron

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Work on a Cruise Ship by Darek Earl Baron

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Overcoming the 7 Obstacles to Traveling the World by Anil Polat

Overcoming the 7 Obstacles to Traveling the World by Anil Polat

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How to House Sit by Pete & Dalene Heck of Hecktic Travels

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The Ultimate Tech Guide for Travelers by Anil Polat

The Ultimate Tech Guide for Travelers by Anil Polat

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Getting Out of Auto by Bethany Salvon - photography book

Getting Out of Auto by Bethany Salvon

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Video 101- by Lisa Lubin

Video 101: Tips & Tricks for Awesome Visual Storytelling by Lisa Lubin

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Eating Thai Food Guide - MIgrationology - Mark Wiens

Eating Thai Food Guide by Mark Wiens

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Vegetarian Thai Food Guide - Migrationology - Mark Wiens

Vegetarian Thai Food Guide by Mark Wiens

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What Were We Thinking- eBook - Nancy Sathre Vogel

cycle-travel documentary novel by Nancy Sathre Vogel of Family On Bikes

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Twenty Miles Per Cookie - book - Nancy Sathre Vogel of Family On Bikes

cycle-travel documentary novel by Nancy Sathre Vogel of Family On Bikes

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Bicycle Touring With Children - guidebook - Nancy Sathre Vogel

Bicycle Touring With Children – guidebook by Nancy Sathre Vogel of Family On Bikes

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The Long-term Traveler's Handbook - Jeremy Jones - Living the Dream

The Long-term Traveler’s Handbook by Jeremy Jones

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The Visa Guide for US Citizens - Talon Windwalker - 1Dad1Kid1CrazyAdventure

The Visa Guide for US Citizens by Talon Windwalker of 1Dad1Kid1CrazyAdventure

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Luxury Traveler's Handbook - Sarah Terry Lee - book

The Luxury Traveler’s Handbook by Sarah & Terry Lee

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Food Traveler's Handbook - Jodi Ettenberg - Legal Nomads

The Food Traveler’s Handbook by Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads

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Solo Traveler's Handbook - Janice Leith Waugh - Solo Traveler

Solo Traveler’s Handbook 2nd Edition by Janice Leith Waugh of Solo Traveler

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Volunteer Traveler's Handbook - Shannon Odonnell - a little adrift

The Volunteer Traveler’s Handbook by Shannon Odonnell of A Little Adrift

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Career Break Traveler's Handbook - Jeffrey Jung

Career Break Traveler’s Handbook – Jeffrey Jung

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eBook coverMy latest eBook 100 Free Things to do in Asia is now available!

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Hiking in Bali Guidebook

Hiking in Bali guidebook by Lash

Hiking in Bali  20 Hikes in Amed: Bali’s Remote Northeast Coast by Lash/LashWorldTour

Both of  my guidebooks to Bali give detailed information about arriving and traveling through Bali. I’ve included arrival at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, visa options, food, transportation, money exchange, WiFi and internet access, mobile phone use, supplies, accommodation, transportation and medical facilities, cultural considerations, interacting with locals, basic language guide and a glossary of common Indonesian words. Both books are chock full of photos and maps. They also include an extensive chapter on staying healthy in the tropics.

The Hiking in Bali guidebook includes detailed information for staying in remote but charming Amed plus hiking preparations such as what to take hiking, getting to/from hike entry points, maps and photos.

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Cycling Bali by Lash

Cycling Bali: Guidebook to Circumnavigating Bali by Bicycle by Lash/ LashWorldTour

Both of  my guidebooks to Bali give detailed information about arriving and traveling through Bali. I’ve included arrival at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, visa options, food, transportation, money exchange, WiFi and internet access, mobile phone use, supplies, accommodation, transportation and medical facilities, cultural considerations, interacting with locals, basic language guide and a glossary of common Indonesian words. Both books are chock full of photos and maps. They also include an extensive chapter on staying healthy in the tropics.

The Cycling Bali guidebook further explains road, weather, topography and cycling conditions in Bali plus a detailed explanation of preparing to cycle-travel, including training, what to take cycling, tool kits and parts, bike maintenance, and even how to take your bike on an airplane.   READ MORE

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Work on a Cruise Ship

Work on a Cruise Ship by Darek Earl Baron of Wandering Earl

Have you ever dreamed of working aboard a cruise ship? Or perhaps you’re dreaming of world travels but don’t know how to fund your travels?

Earl Baron of Wandering Earl can teach you how with his eBook Work on a Cruise Ship. You can earn thousands of dollars/month while cruising between exciting ports around the world. Earl’s an expert on cruise ship jobs after working as a Tour Director on various ships for 5 years! Let him teach you how to do the same.
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How to Live a Life of Travel by Darek Earl Baron of Wandering Earl

Do you dream of roaming the world, traveling as much as possible, perhaps even traveling continuously and indefinitely like myself and Earl of Wandering Earl?

Would you love to live like we do, but just don’t know how to go about making this life a reality?

Earl’s book ‘How to Live a Life of Travel’ is what you need to get rolling and follow the travel life of your dreams. If Earl and I can do it, you can too! Find out how…

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HOW-TO-HOUSE-SIT-EBOOK- Hecktic Travels - Pete & Dalene Heck How to House Sit by Pete & Dalene Heck of Hecktic Travels

Do you know about House Sitting?

All over the world home owners are searching for reliable people to take care of their homes and pets while they go traveling, make business trips or visit distant relatives. House sitting assignments can last anywhere from a few days to 1 or 2 weeks to several months.

House Sitting is an ideal opportunity for flexible travelers and animal lovers to see new parts of the world while living like  locals and taking care of loving pets.

Pete & Dalene Heck have become house-sitting experts after completing dozens of house sitting assignments around the globe since 2008. In this book, How to Become a House Sitter, they share their extensive experience, tips and suggestions to help others find the best house sitting websites and to successfully apply for house sitting opportunities. Find out how you can become a house sitter!

Click here to visit Hecktic Travels        Read Pete & Dalene’s interview on LashWorldTour

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101 Things to do in Bangkok - Mark Wiens - Migrationology - ebook101 Things to do in Bangkok

Heading to Bangkok, Thailand?

If you’re traveling through SE Asia, you definitely should!

Bangkok is packed with gorgeous temples, delicious food, fascinating street markets, cultural performances, massive shopping malls, parks, and river boat trips along the Chao Praya River, to name just a few attractions and activities.

And Mark Wiens guidebook, 101 Things to do in Bangkok is an excellent guide for exploring the city!  It’s an extremely thorough, well-researched and useful guide to diverse activities in Bangkok.

I highly recommend Mark’s guidebook for anyone who’s going to spend more than a day or two in this fascinating Thai city.

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The Ultimate Tech Guide for Travelers by Anil Polat

The Ultimate Tech Guide for Travelers by Anil Polat

The Ultimate Tech Guide for Travelers by Anil Polat of FoXnoMad

Have you been dreaming of long-term world travel but don’t know how to handle your digital needs on the road? Are you a bit tech savvy- or else ready and willing to learn? Anil Polat of FoXnoMad can teach you how with ‘The Ultimate Tech Guide for Travelers’.

In Anil’s own words, “Become a tech-savvy traveling digital ninja by learning the hacker secrets and tricks to make your gadgets versatile tools on the road. Save more that $100 within a year and get 6 months of free technical support by me to help you with any topics covered. You’ll also get 1 year of free updates learn more than you ever knew possible about your laptop.”
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Overcoming the 7 Obstacles to Traveling the World by Anil Polat

Overcoming the 7 Obstacles to Traveling the World by Anil Polat

Overcoming the 7 Obstacles to Traveling the World by Anil Polat of FoXnoMad

Anil offers more expert assistance for planning and executing your long-term travel plans in his eBook ‘Overcoming The 7 Major Obstacles To Traveling The World’.

In Anil’s own words, “Learn how to travel the world on your terms by breaking down a big dream into manageable parts. I’ll show you the specific steps you can take to overcome the major obstacles that stand in your way. It’s not just from my personal experience as a full-time traveler either, there are stories and advice from many others who are doing what you want.”
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Two Wheels & rice Fields by Positive World Travel

Two Wheels & rice Fields by Positive World Travel

Two Wheels & Rice FieldsThe Ultimate Guide to Motorbiking in Vietnam

by Elise Reeks and Anthony Milotic of Positive World Travel

This very thorough guidebook to motorcycling around Vietnam covers absolutely everything: preparing your trip to Vietnam; selecting the right motorbike; safe and correct travel gear, motorbike maintenance; health, safety, and security measures; available motorbike tours in Vietnam; travel and cultural expectations and more.  As if that weren’t enough, the book is jam-packed with discount coupons, with a total value of $1000.

The authors are an energetic, adventurous Australian couple who recently traveled the world for 2 years. During their travels, they motorbiked extensively through Vietnam for 3 months. They know first-hand exactly what you need to know, need to do, and can expect on your own motorcycle tour of the Vietnam.

Click here to visit Positive World Travel’s Motorbiking Vietnam Guide     Read interview with Elise Reeks

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Getting Out of Auto by Bethany Salvon

Getting Out of Auto by Bethany Salvon

Getting Out of Auto by Bethany Salvon of Beers And Beans

Beth has been a professional photographer for over 15 years. She’s also a travel addict. In the past two years, Beth and journalist partner, Randy, have been gallivanting around the globe, capturing their adventures with lens and pen on their popular travel blog Beers and Beans.

Meanwhile, Beth has applied her vast years of experience to write this amazingly useful and easy to understand guidebook for anyone who’d like to finally get out of automatic mode on their camera and venture into the eye-opening world of ‘manual’ mode.

Recently, I’ve been using Beth’s book to improve my travel photos. To my utter amazement, within 2 hours of starting Chapter One, I was able to take photos never before possible! Thanks to Beth, I’ve finally conquered my fear of the technical aspects of photography. You can too!

Click here to view details      Read interview with Bethany Salvon     Read my review of Getting Out of Auto

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Video 101- by Lisa Lubin

Video 101: Tips & Tricks for Awesome Visual Storytelling by Lisa Lubin

Video 101: Tips & Tricks for Awesome Visual Storytelling by Lisa Lubin of LLWorldTour

Professional TV videographer, editor, and producer, Lisa Lubin, has written this video guidebook to assist everyone breaking into video. As Lisa puts it, “it provides… an easy, fun, and jam-packed guide to all things video: Story, writing, shooting, editing. It’s chock-full of real tips that allow anyone to improve their video…”

Whether you want to make videos just for fun, to record your travels, to improve your online business presence, or to become the next big YouTube sensation, Lisa’s book will help you make high-quality videos, not junk.

Click here to visit LLmedia     Read interview with Lisa Lubin

 

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Eating Thai Food Guide - MIgrationology - Mark WeinsEating Thai Food Guide by Mark Wiens of Migrationology

There’s a smorgasbord of delicious Thai food… but due to language barrier and not knowing what’s available, it can be difficult, confusing, and sometimes downright frustrating to order a Thai meal.

The Eating Thai Food Guide is a 100-page eBook loaded with scrumptious photos and information on how to order a well-rounded Thai meal, best Thai street food dishes, explanations of Thai food cooking styles, important Thai food phrases (in English and Thai) and much more.

Do you keep ordering the same 2 Thai dishes?  This guide will give you the confidence to search out and order the best Thai meals!

Click here to view more details    Read interview with Mark

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Vegetarian Thai Food Guide - Migrationology - Mark WeinsVegetarian Thai Food Guide by Mark Wiens of Migrationology

Are you ready to start eating delicious vegetarian Thai food?

The Vegetarian Thai Food Guide is an 81-page eBook packed with all kinds of tips and food-ordering advice to assist you in eating the best possible vegetarian food in Thailand. .

The Guide is the information and results of over 2 years of eating in Thailand and the successful completion of a 1-month vegetarian Thai food challenge.

Looking to eat the best vegetarian Thai food in Thailand?  This guide will show you exactly how!

Click here to view more details    Read interview with Mark

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The Long-term Traveler's Handbook - Jeremy Jones - Living the DreamThe Long-term Traveler’s Guide by Jeremy Jones of Living the Dream

Jeremy wrote The Long-Term Traveler’s Guide as “the definitive planning resource for all those looking to cut loose from the standard path and head out to see the world for weeks, months, or years on end.”

“The 248 page guide covers all aspects of the planning process from deciding to go, developing your itinerary, saving for the trip, acquiring visas, packing, finding your style on the road, money management, finding the best food, overland travel methods, proof of onward travel, and much, much more.”

Click here for print book        Click for Kindle version         read interview with Jeremy

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The Visa Guide for US Citizens - Talon Windwalker - 1Dad1Kid1CrazyAdventureThe Visa Book for US Citizens by Talon Windwalker of 1Dad1Kid1CrazyAdventure

If you’re American and you’re planning to visit several different countries around the world, then this book can save you a lot of time and hassle researching visa regulations. Whether you plan to make one long RTW trip, visiting multiple countries, or you’ll be visiting countries individually over several years, this is a great resource for your travels.

Click here for Kindle eBook           read interview with Talon             read interview with his son, Tigger

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What Were We Thinking- eBook - Nancy Sathre VogelWhat Were We Thinking? by Nancy Sathre-Vogel and John Vogel of Family on Bikes

This captivating narrative adventure story recounting the real-life one-year bicycle journey that Nancy and John Vogel took through Pakistan, China, India, Nepal and Bangladesh back in 1990-91. During that journey they climbed steep rough roads in the Himalayas, pedaled flat empty desert roads through India, dealt with sickness and danger, enjoyed great hospitality and new friendships, and discovered all manner of new cultural behaviors, foods, and perspectives. Immerse yourself in their adventurous journey!

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Read my book review / interview with Nancy about this journey       read general interview with Nancy

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Twenty Miles Per Cookie - book - Nancy Sathre Vogel of Family On BikesTwenty Miles Per Cookie by Nancy Sathre-Vogel of Family on Bikes

This real-life narrative novel is about the Vogel family’s first long cycling journey together across the USA and Mexico. Astoundingly, they pedaled over 9300 miles during their one-year adventure in 2006. (Since then, they’ve made an even longer journey- all the way from Alaska to the southern tip of South America- which took them nearly 3 years).

Not surprisingly, Twenty Miles Per Cookie is a fantastic tale of adventures, adversities, family bonding, exciting discoveries, and a heck of a lot of cycling. If you love adventure tales, this one will keep you entertained.

Click here for print book               Click for Kindle version

Read my book review / interview with Nancy about this journey                      read general interview with Nancy

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Bicycle Touring With Children - guidebook - Nancy Sathre VogelBicycle Touring With Children by Nancy Sathre-Vogel of Family on Bikes

Nancy asks, “Wanting to head out on your bike with your children but aren’t sure where to start? This book is for you. Here you’ll find all the basics and everything you’ll need to get your family on the road! It’s chock-full of tips and tidbits of wisdom about traveling on bikes with your children.”

Click here for print version                Click for Kindle version               Read interview with Nancy

 

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Luxury Traveler's Handbook - Sarah Terry Lee - bookThe Luxury Traveler’s Handbook by Sarah and Terry Lee, founders of online travel & lifestyle magazine, LiveShareTravel

In the authors’ words, “The Luxury Traveler’s Handbook proves that luxury travel doesn’t have to be expensive. It’s a show and tell guide on how to source luxury for less. Exploring everything from flights and hotels to shared ownership and glamping. The Luxury Traveler’s Handbook is your passport to smarter, more luxurious travel.”

Click here for print book                Click for Kindle version

 

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Food Traveler's Handbook - Jodi Ettenberg - Legal NomadsThe Food Traveler’s Handbook by Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads

In the author’s words, “The Food Traveler’s Handbook provides a compelling argument for why it is important to use food as a lens through which you see the world. Using this handbook as a guide, you will learn how to eat safely in developing countries, source cheap but delicious streetside meals and discover how to make food a tool for understanding a new place and connecting to its local culture.”

* Soon after its release, The Food Traveler’s Handbook was declared #1 in Amazon’s Travel Tips section AND the most wished-for book in that category too!

Click here for print book             Click for Kindle version

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Solo Traveler's Handbook - Janice Leith Waugh - Solo TravelerThe Solo Traveler’s Handbook by Janice Leith Waugh of Solo Traveler

Janice describes her Handbook as, “Part how-to manual and part travel literature. The Solo Traveler’s Handbook will help you venture out with confidence to discover yourself as you discover the world! The 2nd edition offers more stories and tips on solo travel fun and safety.”

The Solo Traveler’s Handbook offers: 

A comprehensive how and why of solo travel / Real solo travel stories / How to be solo and social: meeting locals and other travelers / 

Safety: four priorities, five principles and sixty tips / Planning and packing / Where to go and when / Dozens of Resources 

Click here for print book            Click for Kindle version             read interview with Janice

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Volunteer Traveler's Handbook - Shannon Odonnell - a little adriftThe Volunteer Traveler’s Handbook  by Shannon O’Donnell of A Little Adrift

In Shannon’s own words, “The Volunteer Traveler’s Handbook guides new and veteran travelers through the challenges of finding, vetting, and choosing their ideal volunteer experience. The book’s practical advice is interwoven with first-person narrative, stories from a wide range of volunteers, beautiful photography, and expert interviews to help interested volunteers find meaningful ways to give back to communities all over the world-through volunteering, but also through social enterprises and supporting sustainable tourism practices.”

Click here for print book               Click for Kindle version                  read interview with Shannon

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Career Break Traveler's Handbook - Jeffrey JungThe Career Break Traveler’s Handbook by Jeffrey Jung of CareerBreakSecrets and host of new global TV show, The Career Break Travel Show.

As Jeffrey describes the book, “The Career Break Traveler’s Handbook is your indispensable tool for dreaming, planning, and finally taking your trip of a lifetime. Filled with tips, stories, and photos from around the world, this Handbook will both excite you and prepare you.”

 The Career Break Traveler’s Handbook offers:

Real career break stories / The emerging science behind career breaks /  “Peace of Mind” planning / How to create a career break budget

How to get the most out of your trip / Safety, loneliness and budget stretching travel tips / Ways to leverage your career break upon re-entry

Click here for print  book           Click for Kindle version

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*NOTICE* I do receive a small commission on other authors’ books purchased through my book store. Thank you for supporting me and  LashWorldTour so I can continue bringing you travel tips, photo galleries, destination guides and travel tales from around the world. Travel blogging is a  labor-intensive job, which I can only continue by earning a living at it. Thank you for your support!   Lash

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