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Best Travel Audible Books (non-fiction)

I’ve been a fan of Audible for over a year now and have found that it’s a great way to get through a variety of different books. I can listen to Audible books at home and in the car. As a lover of all things cruising, I thought it would only be right to share the books I’ve been listening to around the theme of cruising and travel.

Cruise Confidential

A true look at what it’s really like to work on a cruise ship. It’s not all glitz and glamour for the crew, who work long hours to ensure that passengers have a great time. It doesn’t stop them letting their hair down and having fun though… This book is written Brian David Bruns, who decided to take a job with Carnival Cruises for a year.

The Dark Tourist

If you like the idea of travelling off the beaten track, this book is a funny and insightful look at some unusual destinations that you are unlikely to find in the travel agents’ window. How about a ski holiday to Iran, or perhaps a day trip to Chernobyl?

The Year of Living Danishly

A fantastic insight into what it’s like to live in Denmark – the world’s happiest country. The author, Helen Russell, moves to Denmark, when her husband takes a job with Lego. The little quirks and traditions of the Danish come to light as she tries to settle into the Danish way of living.

More Ketchup Than Salsa

This book by Joe Cawley, tells the story of how he moved to Tenerife to run a bar. It’s the dream for so many people who want to escape the rat race and live in sunnier climates but things aren’t all plain sailing. I admire Joe’s grit and determination to make his venture work. He gives an honest account of his experiences of life as a bar owner in Tenerife.

The Truth About Cruise Ships

This frank account of working on a cruise ship comes from Jay Herring, who joined Carnival Cruises to work in IT. Through the trials and tribulations of aclimatising to ship life, Jay offers an insight into life onboard from the perspective of a cruise ship officer.

Neither Here Nor There

Bill Bryson needs no introduction as the forerunner in travel writing. In ‘Neither Here Nor There’ he takes a trip around Europe, where he gets robbed by gypsies in Florence and tries his best not to order eyeballs in Germany!

How to Listen to Audible Books

If you fancy trying Audible, you can get a free book and trial it for 30 days.

An Audible trial offers:

  • One free audiobook of your choice
  • The ability to choose from 200,000+ titles including best sellers, new releases, sci-fi, romances, mysteries, classics, and more
  • After 30 days, if you choose not to cancel, you will receive one book each month for just £7.99/month
  • Cancel easily anytime. The audio books are yours to keep, even if you cancel.

Simply follow this link to start your free trial.

Happy cruising!

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