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The Box Wine Sailors: Misadventures of a Broke Young Couple at Sea

by Amy McCullough

The true story of a young couple who quit their jobs and set sail for a year on the ocean with no boating experience

Amy and Jimmie were not sailors and their experience on the seas included reading a few books,...

Love & Vodka: My Surreal Adventures in Ukraine

by R.J. Fox

“Love & Vodka” is the true story of Bobby, a young Michigander who meets a girl from Ukraine at Universal Studios in California. Upon his return to Michigan, Bobby decides to follow his heart and take a...

Inspired: Lessons Learned From A Life of Adventure

by Dean Cardinale

Every life lived to the fullest is an adventure. It is also a lesson. Come along on a trip to some of the world's most exotic locales with one of the world's preeminent adventure tour guides as he takes you...

Hard to Be Good: Stories

by Bill Barich

In his first collection of short fiction, Bill Barich gives us cause to celebrate a prose stylist who can gracefully cross the boundaries of genre. As stated by Anne Tyler, Hard to Be Good is so large and complete...

Big Dreams: Into the Heart of California

by Bill Barich

The land of opportunity, a golden Eden, the last frontier. What is this place that has given rise to countless metaphors but can still quicken the imagination? For Bill Barich, the question became a quest when...

A Fine Place to Daydream: Racehorses, Romance, and the Irish

by Bill Barich

Twenty-five years after his racetrack classic Laughing in the Hills, Bill Barich tells the story of how he fell in love and found a new life in Dublin, where he was soon caught up in the Irish obsession with...

Rice, Noodle, Fish

by Matt Goulding & Nathan Thornburgh

The world needs Roads & Kingdoms. It needs this book.

Anthony Bourdain

An innovative new take on the travel guide, Rice, Noodle, Fish decodes Japan's extraordinary food culture through a mix of in-depth narrative...

Off the Grid: Coastal British Columbia Stories

by Wayne J Lutz

Cabins float in a cut-off fjord of British Columbia’s South Coast, where mountains drop into the sea and lifestyles focus on self-reliance and a different sense of purpose. Up the lake and off the grid –...

Shinto - The Ancient Religion of Japan

by W. G. Aston

The present treatise has two objects. It is intended, primarily and chiefly, as a repertory of the more significant facts of Shinto for the use of scientific students of religion. It also comprises an outline...

The Ultimate Guide to Keeping Slow Loris as Pets: including Pygmy, Baby, Bengal, Javan, Sunda & Bornean Slow Loris

by Maria Bligh

The complete guide to owning a slow loris provides answers to commonly asked questions about the suitability of slow loris as pets, where to buy, how to provide a suitable lifestyle and environment for the animals...

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

by George Byron

“Childe Harold's Pilgrimage” is a lengthy narrative poem written by the English poet Lord Byron, and was published between 1812 and 1818. The poem describes the travels and thoughts of two characters who,...

The Only Street in Paris: Life on the Rue des Martyrs

by Elaine Sciolino

Part memoir, part travelogue, part love letter to the people who live and work on a magical street in Paris.

Elaine Sciolino, the former Paris Bureau Chief of the New York Times, invites us on a tour of her...

A Female Guide to Solo Travel: Discover Your Eat Pray Love

by Lisa Imogen Eldridge

Are you ready to travel solo? 

There has never been a better time to travel solo and whether you are planning your very first trip, are a seasoned solo or a solo pro, A Female Guide To Solo Travel is the travel...

Uncover the Secrets of Famen-si’s Hidden Treasure Masterpieces

by Laura Maya

It was an unusual night but the night sky was very bright as lightning glazed across with strong wind and brightened up the sky that brought on the heavy rainstorm . This happened at 1:57am on 4 August 1981...

Passage to Burma

by Scott Stulberg

Get lost in the timeless beauty of a country in transition.

It is a charming and satisfying thing that there are still places in this world where magic seems to pervade the sights, smells, and sounds of a place...

Laughing in the Hills: A Season at the Racetrack

by Bill Barich

Bill Barich burst onto the literary scene more than twenty-five years ago with this remarkable account of racetrack life. Holed up in a cheap motel in Albany, California, only a few miles from Golden Gate Fields,...

Best Tent Camping: Tennessee: Your Car-Camping Guide to Scenic Beauty, the Sounds of Nature, and an Escape from Civilization

by Johnny Molloy

Well-traveled outdoor writer and native Tennessean Johnny Molloy methodically set forth into his home state, searching for campgrounds to include in this new edition of Best Tent Camping: Tennessee. Having camped...

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Cleveland: Including Akron and Canton

by Diane Stresing

Focusing on hikes close to the metropolitan area, 60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Cleveland by Diane Stresing provides the information needed to choose the perfect day hike, along with maps, directions, driving times,...

Frommer's Shortcut Andalucia

by Patricia Harris & David Lyon

In a small-format paperback, Shortcut Guides supply the single most essential facts about a popular destination, all at a remarkably-low price, and yet for a heavily-illustrated book with maps. And because they...

India and Tibet

by Sir Francis Edward Younghusband

It is an interesting reflection for those to make who think that we must necessarily have been the aggressive party, that the far-distant primary cause of all our attempts at intercourse with the Tibetans was...