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Great Himalaya Trail: 1,700 Kilometres Across the Roof of the World

by Gerda Pauler & Chris Bonington

The Great Himalaya Trail is one of the longest and highest trails in the world. It is a trail that winds for 1,700 kilometres through Nepal — across the ‘roof of the world’, over ice-covered passes, crossing...


Let's Go Paris, Amsterdam & Brussels: The Student Travel Guide

by Inc. Harvard Student Agencies

Whether you want to walk along the Seine, explore Monet’s hidden collection, bike along cheery canals, or take in a burlesque show, Paris, Amsterdam, and Brussels have plenty to offer—and Let’s Go’s student...


Malaysia Travel Atlas: includes Singapore & Brunei

by Periplus Editors

Finding your way around Malaysia (and also the island nation of Singapore and the kingdom of Brunei Darussalam) is a breeze with this handy Tuttle Travel Atlas.

Designed for adventurous travelers and containing...


EXPEDITIONS : Gold, Shamans, and Green Fire

by Lee Elders

Journey from the banks of a prolific gold bearing river named Hell to a century-old, last will and testament whose riddle led the Catholic Church and British and Colombian explorers to an uncharted area of Ecuador...


Extreme South

by James Castrission

On 31 October 2011 James Castrission and Justin Jones set out to achieve 'one of the last great polar adventures' - an unsupported return journey from the edge of the Antarctic continent to the South Pole. This...


Retirement Without Borders: How to Retire Abroad--in Mexico, France, Italy, Spain, Costa Rica, Panama, and Other Sunny, Foreign Places (And the Secret

by Barry Golson & Thia Golson and the Expert Expats

Barry Golson knows all about retiring abroad -- he and his wife, Thia, have lived in six different countries. Now they choose expatriate-friendly locales around the world for their low cost and their high quality...


Exploring Our National Parks and Sites

by Russell D. Butcher

The essential guide to the land and history of the US national historical parks and sites. It is the sequel to Exploring National Parks and Monuments.


Brooklyn Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes from Coney Island to Brooklyn Heights

by Sarah Zorn & Eric Isaac

It’s become less of a trend to talk about how trendy the Brooklyn dining scene is, and just an accepted fact that from Crown Heights to Mill Basin, Prospect Heights to Bensonhurst, Brooklyn is home to some...


Don't Expect Luggage To Arrive

by Dan Irving

Life changes, it's unfair, bad things and tragedies happen. Yet, when things go wrong, good can occur and we are changed by it. Dan Irving's challenging quest discards the excess baggage and renews the spirit...


The Ragged Edge of the World: Encounters at the Frontier Where Modernity, Wildlands and Indigenous Peoples Meet

by Eugene Linden

A pioneering work of environmental journalism that vividly depicts the people, animals and landscapes on the front lines of change's inexorable march.

A species nearing extinction, a tribe losing centuries...


Moby-Duck: The True Story of 28,800 Bath Toys Lost at Sea and of the Beachcombers, Oceanographers, Environmentalists, and Fools,

by Donovan Hohn

A compulsively readable narrative of whimsy and curiosity- "adventurous, inquisitive, and brightly illuminating" (Janet Maslin, The New York Times).

When the writer Donovan Hohn heard of the mysterious loss of...


Antarctica and Back in Sixty Days

by Tim Bowden

Tim Bowden's account of his journeys to the Antarctic combine adventure, exploration, social history, human endeavour and humour in the most isolated continent on earth.


Good Eating's Fine Dining in Chicago: The Chicago Tribune Guide to the City's Top-Rated Restaurants

by Phil Vettel

Compiled directly from the Chicago Tribune's restaurant reviews, Good Eating's Fine Dining in Chicago is an authoritative collection of the best restaurants in Chicago, including the 2012 and 2013 Michelin-star...


Good Eating's Global Dining in Chicago: Where to Find the City's Best International, Ethnic, and Exotic Restaurants

by Chicago Tribune Staff

Compiled directly from the Chicago Tribune's restaurant reviews, Good Eating's Global Dining in Chicago is an expansive and diverse collection of the best international cuisine throughout the city and suburbs....


Good Eating's Cheap Eats in Chicago: A Neighborhood Guide to Dining Out on a Budget at the City and Suburbs' Best Restaurants

by Chicago Tribune Staff

Known for its delicious deep-dish pizza, overflowing hot dogs, and hearty Italian beefs, Chicago is also known by locals for its plenitude of unique neighborhood restaurants and its incredibly diverse food culture....


Grant Achatz: The Remarkable Rise of America's Most Celebrated Young Chef

by Chicago Tribune Staff

Grant Achatz's career as a chef has been built around beating the odds—from his humble Midwestern beginnings and rise to stardom in Chicago; his iconoclastic vision of the American dining experience; and his...


Weekends in Chicago: The Best in Arts, Entertainment, Eating, Drinking and More from the Chicago Tribune

by Chicago Tribune Staff

Nearly 40 million people visit Chicago every year, but how many of them make a visit to Navy Pier and "The Bean" and call it quits? How many local residents and tourists from out of town scramble to make a compact...


Life in Medieval England

by Rupert Willoughby & Shelley Grimwood

The castles, cathedrals and churches of England are the visible legacies of the Middle Ages - but what of the life that went on inside them? These were the haunts of colourfully clad lords and ladies, clergymen...


River-Horse: A Voyage Across America

by William Least Heat-Moon

In RIVER-HORSE, the preeminent chronicler of American back roads -- who has given us the classics BLUE HIGHWAYS and PRAIRYERTH -- recounts his singular voyage on American waters from sea to sea. Along the route,...


Kentucky Bourbon Country: The Essential Travel Guide

by Susan Reigler & Pam Spaulding

Like wine lovers who dream of traveling to Bordeaux or beer enthusiasts with visions of the breweries of Belgium, bourbon lovers plan their pilgrimages to Kentucky's bourbon country. And what a country it is!...