Have you ever gotten lost because you couldn’t read the map?Thousands of people get lost each day – whether they’re taking a trip in Thailand, searching for a hotel in San Francisco, or driving the wrong direction down the I-5…simply because they were never taught to read a map! This book will show you how to easily understand how to read a map, teach your friends how to read a map, and most importantly never get lost again!You’ll soon find out:Some of the things you’ll learn include:How and where to get a mapHow to print an online mapHow to understand Mobile, Tablet, and Online MapsHow to Read and Understand a MapHow to understand compass directionsThe colors in a mapThe Map Legend and SymbolsWhat Readers are Saying:“This is a good book that tells in detail how to read a map. Anyone that has had difficulty reading a map, or has gotten lost while navigating with a map would benefit from this book. He starts by describing that maps should have the year they were made in the margin. They shouldn’t be older than three years. He talks about finding compass directions on a map. Describes the difference between large scale and small scale maps. I didn’t know there was a difference. The book talks about accessing online maps. He explains when navigating with a map that you count the streets. He suggests you don’t navigate by street names alone as they can’t always be read. I think this is one of the reasons I sometimes have difficulty when reading a map. I can’t find the street sign and waste time looking for it, or turn on the wrong street and get lost. He talks about using landmarks so you don’t get lost when staying at a hotel. He describes what colors and symbols mean on a map.”Imagine how awesome it will feel once you can successfuly read a map!Bonus:If you purchase this today, you’ll get limited-time access to our bestselling books ABSOLUTELY free!To Read Immediately, Scroll Up To The Top-Right & Click The Orange “Buy now with 1-Click” Button.
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James Hill has been a world traveler since 2003 when he took his first backpacking trip through Europe. Since then, he has traveled to over 50 countries and has made it his lifelong goal to see 100 countries. He is also passionate about meeting new people and learning about new cultures and ways of life.