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One Hand Does Not Catch a Buffalo: 50 Years of Amazing Peace Corps Stories: Volume One: Africa

by Aaron Barlow

Africa is a complicated place, and the Peace Corps Volunteers who have worked in 43 African nations have seen it all: from public executions to public celebrations to life in a time of AIDS. This heartfelt collection...


The Insiders' Guide to Becoming a Yacht Stewardess 2nd Edition: Confessions from My Years Afloat with the Rich and Famous

by Julie Perry

Welcome to the World of the Rich and Famous. . .Travel, Adventure, and Multi-Million-Dollar Yachts: Part how-to guide, part travelogue, The Insiders' Guide to Becoming a Yacht Stewardess: Confessions from My...


Unspeakable Awfulness: America Through the Eyes of European Travelers, 1865-1900: America Through the Eyes of European Travelers, 1865-1900

by Kenneth D. Rose

The late nineteenth century was a golden age for European travel in the United States. For prosperous Europeans, a journey to America was a fresh alternative to the more familiar 'Grand Tour' of their own continent,...


Old Men Can''t Wait: A Septuagenarian Odyssey Through the Americas: A Septuagenarian Odyssey Through the Americas

by Simon Gandolfi

Run down by three trucks, leg in plaster, not a good first day... So begins septuagenarian Simon Gandolfi's ten-month ride on a pizza delivery bike, from the tip of South America to New York. This epic exploration...


Drive Around the World

by Danny Rosner Blay & Sandra Khazam

'We've driven around Australia, how about we drive around the world?' And with this one fanciful remark, the seeds were sown for what would become a worldwide adventure for one Melbourne family.Fuelled by itchy...


Exploring the Isles of the West: Skye and Tiree to the Outer Isles

by Marc Calhoun

A compilation of the author's years of exploring the islands, recounting not only the physical journeys but his own journey from tourist to serious explorer dedicated to seeing and learning as much as possible...


Exploring the Isles of the West: Firth of Clyde to the Small Isles

by Marc Calhoun

A compilation of the author's years of exploring the islands, recounting not only the physical journeys but his own journey from tourist to serious explorer dedicated to seeing and learning as much as possible...


Mud, Sweat & Gears: Cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats (Via the Pub)

by Ellie Bennett

The tale of a scenic cycling trip—including an index of the 50 finest beers tasted on the trip

"One more wouldn't hurt," said Mick. I looked at him doubtfully. "I'm not sure. It's gone three o'clock already....


Americashire: a Field Guide to a Marriage

by Jennifer Richardson

Jennifer Richardson and her husband bought a cottage in the Cotswolds in the hopes of finding respite from their stressful London existence-but instead, their new rural life forced Richardson to confront her...


The Turk Who Loved Apples: And Other Tales of Losing My Way Around the World

by Matt Gross

The popular New York Times travel reporter’s spirited case for chucking guidebooks and becoming the independent travelers we all deep


Across the Continent - A Summer's Journey to the Rocky Mountains, the Mormons and the Pacific States

by , Samuel Bowles

Samuel Bowles, editor of the Springfield Republican newspaper, accompanied Speaker of the House of Representatives Schuyler Colfax on this trans-continental trip in 1865. The pair travelled by rail from Springfield...


Remember Greece

by Dilys Powell

Summer shone late over Western Europe in 1939, but in Icaria the sun had done its work by the fourth week of August figs bursting, grapes heavy under their bloom, and the paths on the hillsides powdering beneath...


Diary of Gaspar de Portola During the California Expedition of 1769-1770

by Gaspar De Portola

Gaspar de Portolà de Rovira (1716-1784) was a Spanish soldier, governor of Baja and Alta California (1767-1770), explorer and founder of San Diego and Monterey. He was born in Os de Balaguer, province of Lleida,...


Ancient Scottish Lake-Dwellings - Or Crannogs with a Supplementary Chapter on Remains of Lake-Dwellings in England

by Robert Munro

A must read for anybody with an interest in the ancient history of Great Britain, a well researched and in-depth account of life for people living around British lakes thousands of years ago.


Laredo On The Rio Grande

by Kathleen Da Camara

Laredo, Texas has a rich and fascinating history being on the border with America's neighbor to the south Mexico. This is a window into everyday life of the city, a must read for any keen amateur historian.


Lands and People of the Bible

by James Baikie

A fascinating history of the ancient middle east. Including biographies of the people of Palestine, Babylonia, Egypt and many other nations.


We Called It Culture - The Story Of Chautauqua

by Schuyler Cammann

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern...


Daniel Boone - Master of the Wilderness

by James Baikie

John Bakeless's biography of Daniel Boone first published in 1939. Wildly renowned as the first historically significant, definitive biography of Boone. Daniel Boone, the icon of the American pioneer, born in...


The Southern Gates of Arabia - A Journey in the Hadbramaut

by , Freya Stark

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern...


French Leave

by Liz Ryan

It was when she realised she was spending twelve hours a week and five thousand euro a year commuting to work that Liz Ryan began to question how great life in boom-time Ireland really was – and reached a decision...