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The Hike

by Don Shaw

Freddy, Phil and Don are three grumpy old men, travelling at various speeds in the slow lane of retirement, at a loss to understand the mad modern world around them.

Their chosen method of escape from all this...

The Natural Navigator Pocket Guide

by Tristan Gooley

Starting with a simple question - 'Which way am I looking?' - Tristan Gooley blends natural science, myth, folklore and the history of travel to introduce you to the rare and ancient art of finding your way...

The Journals Of A White Sea Wolf

by Mariusz Wilk

In 1991 Mariusz Wilk, a Polish journalist long fascinated by the mysteries of the Russian soul, decided to take up residence in the Solovki islands, a lonely archipelago lost amid the far northern reaches of...

The Prester Quest

Dolman Best Travel Book 2006

by Nicholas Jubber

In 1177, Pope Alexander III wrote a letter to the legendary Priest-King of the Indies, Prester John. As his emissary he chose his physician Master Philip. No one knew where the elusive monarch's kingdom lay...

The Last Flannelled Fool

by Michael Simkins

Michael Simkins is the ultimate Sunday cricketer - passionate, obsessive, technically inept, and hopelessly deluded. When an injury rules him out of an entire season, not only might it spell the end of his long...

Where The Hell Is Tuvalu?

by Philip Ells

How does a young City lawyer end up as the People's Lawyer of the fourth-smallest country in the world, 18,000 kilometres from home?

We've all thought about getting off the treadmill, turning life on its head...

Two Wheels In The Dust

by Anne Mustoe

India is no place for the faint-hearted cyclist. The streets are jammed with cars, busses, rickshaws, animals, fortune-tellers, barbers, beggars and people sleeping or cooking.

Following the success of her two...

Cleopatra's Needle

by Anne Mustoe

It was a blustery April morning on the Thames Embankment in London when Anne Mustoe set out on a phenomenal lone cycle ride - to the original site of Cleopatra's Needle at Heliopolis in Egypt.

Leaving behind...

Amber, Furs and Cockleshells

by Anne Mustoe

Myriad wonderful characters populate the pages of Anne Mustoe's fascinating book as she pedals along three very different, but equally evocative, roads - the Amber Route from the Baltic to the Adriatic, the...

The Traveller's Guide To Homoeopathy

by Phyllis Speight

Definitely not for those of you who are contemplating taking on Mount Everest or the Amazon, but this simple guide is the most sensible thing to pack for a business trip or holiday.

With a small, basic homoeopathic...

Blizzard - Race to the Pole

by Jasper Rees

In late 1911, the final year of the Edwardian age, a British naval captain and a Norwegian conqueror of the North-West Passage embarked on the most gruelling race ever run. Their aim was not only to lead the...

Escaping The Winter

by Anne Mustoe

The British winter: rain, heavy; trains, cancelled; Christmas, expensive. How many times have you thought that there might be an alternative to grey skies and cold weather- one that will not break the bank?


Plats du Jour

by William Black

There is more than a slight malaise in the air these days about French food and cooking. While the rest of the world delights in the intricacies of molecular gastronomy and even Britain is revelling in a culinary...

Che Guevara and the Mountain of Silver

by Anne Mustoe

In her brand-new travelogue, intrepid ex-headmistress and bestselling author Anne Mustoe dusts off the bicycle clips once more and embarks on a remarkable journey through South America. Following in the bike...

Treading Grapes

by Rosemary George

Tuscany offers some of the most spectacular scenery in Europe. The unique combination of cypress trees and olive groves mingling with vineyards and woods on undulating hillsides is enchanting. With villages...

The White Island

by Stephen Armstrong

The White Island is, and always has been, a magnet for hedonists. Its history reads like a history of pleasure itself. It is also a story of invasions and migrations, of artists and conmen, of drop-outs and...

Backpacks, Boots and Baguettes

by Mick Webb & Simon Calder

High in the Pyrenees, a full day's hike from any trappings of civilisation, is no place for a human to be - unless you are searching for the time of your life.

This is the roof of a mountain range that stretches...

India's Unending Journey

by Mark Tully

Sir Mark Tully is one of the world's leading writers and broadcasters on India, and the presenter of the much loved radio programme 'Something Understood'. In this fascinating and timely work, he reveals the...

India: the road ahead

by Mark Tully

Since the Indian economy was liberated from bureaucratic, socialist controls in 1991, it has developed rapidly. A country once renowned for the backwardness of its industries, its commerce and its financial...

America Unchained

by Dave Gorman

The plan was simple. Go to America. Buy a second-hand car. Drive coast-to-coast without giving any money to The Man™. What could possibly go wrong?

Dismayed by the relentless onslaught of faceless American...