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The Sahara: A Cutural History

by Eamonn Gearon

The Sahara is the quintessence of isolation, epitomizing both remoteness and severity of environment unlike any other place on the face of the earth. Replete with myths and fictions, it is a wild land, dotted...


In the Shadow of Crows

by David Charles Manners

When Bindra contracts leprosy, she is driven from her home in the Himalayan foothills with her two small sons and embarks upon a seemingly impossible course in search of salvation. David's first journey to India...


Travels in Blood and Honey: Becoming a Beekeeper in Kosovo

by Elizabeth Gowing

Kosovo: the name conjures up blood: ethnic cleansing and war. This book reveals another side to the newest country in the world-a land of generous families, strong tastes and lush landscapes: a land of honey....


The Temples of Kyoto

by Donald Richie & Alexandre Georges

The Temples of Kyoto takes you on a journey through these environs and presents twenty-one of these marvelous structures that are unique creations which, while quintessentially Japanese, somehow speak a universal...


Narrow Dog to Indian River

by Terry Darlington

Following the triumph of thier trip through France to Carcassonne, these two pensioners (and thier whippet, Jim) now cast off in thier narrowboat down the Intracoastal Waterway of the USA - from VIrginia to...


America the Principled: 6 Opportunities for Becoming a Can-Do Nation Once Again

by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Sometimes it seems that Americans are divided in countless ways—red or blue; black, brown, or white; rich or poor; male or female. What happened to America as the land of freedom and openness? In America the...


Crap Days Out

by Gareth Rubin & Jon Parker

The quintessential guide to why you should have just stayed at home and watched the telly From Land's End to John O'Groats, this Sceptred Isle is riddled with what are laughably referred to as "attractions."...


Time's Magpie: A Walk in Prague

by Myla Goldberg

Sometimes a city can be like a bird. Just as the magpie is an inveterate collector, hoarding beautiful eclectic bits to line its nest, so Prague retains fragments from bygone regimes and centuries past to create...


Cruising Alaska: A Guide to the Ships & Ports of Call 7th ed.: A Guide to the Ships & Ports of Call 7th ed.

by Clark Norton

This unique cruise guide offers concise, easy-to-read information on every vessel plying the popular Alaska region. Ship facts include stateroom size, dining options, passenger/crew ratio, crew nationality,...


Driving Over Lemons: An Optimist in Spain

by Chris Stewart

  No sooner had Chris Stewart set eyes on El Valero than he handed over a check.  Now all he had to do was explain to Ana, his wife that they were the proud owners of an isolated sheep farm in the Alpujarra...


The Seven Year-Old Pilot

by Capt. Steven Archille & Pascal Giacomini and

Flying has been my dream since before I can remember... literally. My Aunt Odette tells me that when I was three years old, she took me with her to the Port-au-Prince International Airport to pick someone up,...


Sierra South: Backcountry Trips in Californias Sierra Nevada

by Kathy Morey, Mike White & Stacey Corless

This completely revised and updated 8th edition of Sierra South now covers an expanded region of the Sierra, from the southern boundary of Yosemite National Park to southern Golden Trout Wilderness. With new...


Singapore Swing

by John Malathronas

An inspirational journey through the high-tech, glistening city-state of Singapore For generations of Britons, Singapore was the international crossroads of the Empire, the ultimate colonial posting, the stimulus...


Riding the Magic Carpet: A Surfer's Odyssey to Find the Perfect Wave

by Tom Anderson

"The right-hand point at Jeffreys Bay is one of the surfing world's most exciting finds, and from the age of twelve it had been my life's purpose to surf there." J-Bay, South Africa, has the fantasy, the almost...


From the Camargue to the Alps: A Walk Across France in Hannibal's Footsteps

by Bernard Levin

With passion and wit, Bernard Levin describes his travels on foot through the beautiful countryside of south-eastern France. He follows in the mighty footsteps of the great Carthaginian enemy of Rome, Hannibal,...


Downhill All the Way: Cycling through France from La Manche to the Mediteranean

by Edward Enfield

A bicycling adventure from Le Havre to the Mediterranean Fed up with questions about what he was going to do when he retired, Edward decided to get on his bicycle and ride from the Le Havre region in northwestern...


Donkeys on My Doorstep: Hoofing It in the Mallorcan Hills

by Anna Nicholas

Brimming with humorous and lovable characters, this memoir, Nicholas's fourth, is a charming take on the simple and rewarding life of rural Mallorca The dream is near completion. Anna is loosening the reins...


Tales from the Fast Trains: Europe at 186 MPH

by Tom Chesshyre

It's all about the journey rather than the destination in this high-speed travel account Tired of airport security queues, delays, and all those extra taxes and charges, Tom Chesshyre embarks on a series of...


One Steppe Beyond: Across Russia in a VW Camper

by Thom Wheeler

Traveling across the former Soviet Union is a challenge at the best of times—doing so in a dilapidated VW is just that much more of an adventure A chance job offer at a timber yard in Estonia gives Thom and...


Greece on My Wheels

by Edward Enfield

Two enchanting explorations of Greece by bicycle Mounted on his trusty steed, Edward Enfield explores the beauty and history of the Pelopponese in a travelogue that combines wit, charm, and scholarship. Returning...