A lot of people are getting used to and
love e-books, but
there are also the people
that they want the "book format" to bring to their trip.
You may also feel that you don't
to read on the screen. Understandable - I don't
only read so much on the screen - as soon as the reading is too long or
I have to concentrate, I
feel I have to print it out on the paper.
Another reason you may have is that printing
if you have an ink printer. If you have a laser printer you
problems (and they have also gone cheaper - I bought a
laser printer from Officeworks for $75 recently (March 2014), and
black and white are even cheaper).
But even if you have an ink printer - you
don't have to print out the whole book! There are plenty
pages you can save yourself - background,
general information, and
many others that are fun to read, but
are not directly necessary for your planning, and don't require much
(easier to read on the screen).
Print only the pages that
you use for
your planning in
more detail, and
the ones you want to
bring to your
trip. You can even pick and choose
page if you like
(even amongst the destination pages leave out tours for example if
you're not going to take one). And you still have the rest of the
information left on your screen, in case you have to look something up.
(As I always say - this book is best used BOTH on the paper and
on the screen). Now
why am I 'telling
you' to do all this just to buy an e-book??? Because it's worth it!
You go and buy a "book format" travel guide - you NEVER get the details like in
e-book. Reason why?
Normal books cost
the author a lot of money to get reprinted. The
info is left much more generalised because then there is no need for an
update too soon.
With this e-book I work
update the information all the time. Things like prices for the year and events for
the year for
update as soon as they get out (once they are all out - not one
by one, it would be confusing for
you). It is the detailed
makes a HUGE difference to your Cape York trip. To
be able to know exactly what land you are on,
what are the camping rules in each spot (and these change if not
you need any permits, and
when and where to get them - all contact details included.
Looking for the closest
grocery or bottle shop? All
info included - even
opening hours :-)
MUCH more important than
format" for a Cape York trip!
If you print the whole book, get
folder to put it in. If
you print pages,
still do get a folder so it will be neat.
Good news - no
holding a book above your head - just one page at the time :-)
Worth getting a folder that is easy to open to get a page out when you
Cape York Travel Guide
is where you can
buy the guide. Click on the icon below and you will be
Pal, where you can simply and securely pay for the book (haven't got Pay Pal? Scroll down).
Right after your payment you will receive an automatic purchase
confirmation email which has the link where you can download
the guide into your
computer, where you can read it on the screen as well as print it out
to get a paper copy - all
I do NOT
believe that you will not like the guide! But, in the
unlikely event that you would be disappointed with it, let
me know and I
refund your money!
you get any problems with anything in the process contact me
and I will give you a hand.
Got Pay Pal?
If you haven't got Pay Pal,
still be taken to the same page, and on that page you have the option
to sign up with Pay Pal.
And you should do that
Pay Pal is the safest way to pay, where nobody will see your bank
When you pay with a bank card, your card details are forwarded
When you pay with Pay Pal, all you use is an email address that is
connected to your Pay Pal account. It is the safest way to pay, and
a website that does not offer PayPal payments is nowadays unusual (and
This site uses British
English, which is the English we use in
best efforts have been made to ensure that all the information on this
website is correct, this site is not to be blamed should there be a
My main project is still to improve every single page on this website with more information and more, better photos. With almost 300 pages and so many photos to go through, it is very time consuming work, but it gradually happens, every day, right now :-)
This is the ORIGINAL Cape York Travel Guide run Locally on the Peninsula.