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Life In A Postcard

by Rosemary Bailey

'I wake to the sun striking gold on a stone wall. If I lean out of the window I can see Mount Canigou newly iced with snow. It is wonderful to live in a building with windows all around, to see both sunrise...


Summers in Supino: Becoming Italian

by Maria Coletta McLean

An Italian Canadian woman recounts her annual summer trips with her husband to her ancestral village of Supino, Italy, in this heartwarming hybrid of travel guide and memoir. Written with humor and heart, it...


Hidden Cities: Travels to the Secret Corners of the World's Great Metropolises; A Memoir of Urban Exploration

by Moses Gates

In this fascinating glimpse into the world of urban exploration, Moses Gates describes his trespasses in some of the most illustrious cities in the world from Paris to Cairo to Moscow.

Also, exclusive to this...


Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon: Volume I

by Henry Fielding

Best known for his novels Tom Jones and Amelia, Henry Fielding was also an intrepid traveler and explorer who used his journeys around the world as fodder for his sprawling, picaresque works of fiction. Journal...


The Tuscan Year

by Elizabeth Romer

The Tuscan Year recounts the daily life and food preparation of a family living on a farm in Tuscany. Elizabeth Romer chronicles each season’s activities month by month: curing prosciutto and making salame...


A Lady's Visit to the Gold Diggings in Australia in 1852-53

by Ellen Clacy

This fascinating travelogue details the visit of author Ellen Clacy to the massive gold mines that were erected in Australia in the nineteenth century. Twenty-year-old Clacy's visit wasn't a genteel carriage...


A Thousand Miles Up the Nile

by Amelia Blanford Edwards

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...


The Aran Islands

by J. M. Synge

In 1898 John Millington Synge made his first of many trips to the Aran Islands in an attempt to record and archive the tales, poems and songs of the three western islands off of the Galway coast. The memoir...


A Wanderer in Venice

by E. W. Lucas

First published in 1914 and then revised in the 1920s, offering a travellers guide to Venice. To go to Venice without first knowing her story is a mistake, and doubly foolish because the city has been peculiarly...


At Home in France

by Ann Barry

"As beguiling and delectable as France itself."

*Mimi Sheraton

"Ann Barry tells her tale directly and clearly, without cloying artifice or guile, so that it has the warmth, honesty, and force of a long letter...


Loves, Kerbsides and Goodbyes

by David McNamara

Loves Kerbsides and Goodbyes encompasses nearly a decade-and-a-half on the road capturing the nature, characters, emotions and living loose of global backpacking today. Kerbsides are backpackers' theatres to...


Monkey House Blues

by Dominic Stevenson

In 1993, Dominic Stevenson left a comfortable life with his girlfriend in Kyoto, Japan, to travel to China. His journey took him to some of the most inhospitable and dangerous places in the world, from the poppy...


Dog Days in Andalucía

by Jackie Todd

It was love at first sight: the huge pale-green eyes, the ruffled tawny hair and the cute way he held his head to one side. What really swung it, though, was his feet being way too big for his body, his ears...


Hindoo Holiday

by J.R. Ackerley & Eliot Weinberger

In the 1920s, the young J. R. Ackerley spent several months in India as the personal secretary to the maharajah of a small Indian principality. In his journals, Ackerley recorded the Maharajah’s fantastically...


Broke Through Britain

by Peter Mortimer

During the summer of 1998, Peter Mortimer set off on the 500-mile journey from Plymouth to Edinburgh, accompanied only by his King Charles spaniel. He took no money and had no transport or pre-arranged accommodation....


The Truth about Anna: And Other Stories

by William Warren

William Warren's writings on Asia have entertained and informed readers all over the world for 40 years. As he says, 'Even as a child, I preferred the unusual to the ordinary, the little-known to the familiar;...


A View of Epping Forest

by Nicholas Hagger

Epping Forest was given to the public in 1878. It has many historical and literary associations involving, for example, Harold II, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Shakespeare, Tennyson, Clare and Churchill. Nicholas...


Porcelain Moon and Pomegranates: A Woman's Trek Through Turkey

by Üstün Bilgen-Reinart

Üstün Bilgen-Reinart explores the people, politics, and passions of her native country in this unique blend of memoir and travel literature.


Where's Wallis?: Travels without a guidebook

by Brian Thacker

In the spirit of Stanley and Livingstone, Brian Thacker is striking out for destinations unknown. Under-equipped and totally unprepared, Brian leaves the guide books behind and gets off the beaten track, out...


The Bondage and Travels of Johann Schiltberger - A Native of Bavaria - In Europe, Asia, and Africa 1396-1427

by , J. Telfer

This early work on the life and travels of Johann Schiltberger is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It details the conquests of Tamerlane, the politics of the Turks, the Greek religion and...