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Misadventure in the Middle East: Travels as Tramp, Artist, & Spy

by Henry Hemming

Experience the beautifully written tale of a hapless young artist, a beat-up pick-up called Yasmine, and an extraordinary journey across the world. Misadventure in the Middle East: Travels as Tramp, Artist and...


Fresh Air Fiend: Travel Writings

by Paul Theroux

Paul Theroux's first collection of essays and articles devoted entirely to travel writing, FRESH AIR FIEND touches down on five continents and floats through most seas in between to deliver a literary adventure...


How to Make Money From Travel Writing

by Sarah Woods

In this book, award-winning travel writer Sarah Woods answers the question she is asked several hundred times each year: 'how do I become a freelance travel writer?' She offers practical advice on turning the...


Three Ways to Capsize a Boat: An Optimist Afloat

by Chris Stewart

If you're wondering what Chris Stewart did before he and Ana moved to El Valero, their Spanish farm, here's one of the answers. He took to the sea, landing a job as skipper for the summer, sailing a Cornish...


The Mammoth Book of Antarctic Journeys: 35 Eye-Witness Accounts of Adventure in the Antarctic

by Jon E. Lewis

The very best writing on the Antarctic, from James Cook's eighteenth-century assertion that 'no man will ever venture further than I have done' to Lynne Cox's description of her epic, icy swim in the twenty-first...


Somebody's Heart Is Burning: A Woman Wanderer in Africa

by Tanya Shaffer

“It's my life, and if I want to run from it I can,” quips Tanya Shaffer. An incorrigible wanderer, Shaffer has a habit of fleeing domesticity for the joys and rigors of the open road. This time her destination...


The Art of Travel

by Alain De Botton

Any Baedeker will tell us where we ought to travel, but only Alain de Botton will tell us how and why. With the same intelligence and insouciant charm he brought to How Proust Can Save Your Life, de Botton considers...


Follow the Money: A Month in the Life of a Ten-Dollar Bill

by Steve Boggan

‘Fantastic debut’ Time Out 5-Star Review

'Its randomness is its joy' The Independent

'A picaresque travelogue about chasing an idea through down-home modern America.' The Times 

What do you do if you want...


Warriors: Life and death among the Somalis

by Gerald Hanley, Aidan Hartley & Joseph Hone

Somalia is one of the world’s most desolate, sun-scorched lands, inhabited by fierce and independent-minded tribesmen. It was here that Gerald Hanley spent the Second World War, charged with preventing bloodshed...


360 Degrees Longitude: One Family's Journey Around the World

by John Higham

Much more than a travel narrative 360 Degrees Longitude: One Family’s Journey Around the World is a glimpse at what it means to be a “global citizen”—a progressively changing view of the world as seen...


Drink, Play, F@#k: One Man's Search for Anything Across Ireland, Las Vegas, and Thailand

by Andrew Gottlieb

In Drink, Play, F@#k Bob Sullivan, a jilted husband, sets off to explore the world, experience a meaningful connection with the divine, and rediscover his passion. His travels lead him from his home in New York...


Living in a Foreign Language: A Memoir of Food, Wine, and Love in Italy

by Michael Tucker

The actor Michael Tucker and his wife, the actress Jill Eikenberry, having sent their last child off to college, were vacationing in Italy when they happened upon a small cottage nestled in the Umbrian countryside....


Wrong About Japan

by Peter Carey

When Peter Carey offered to take his son to Japan, 12-year-old Charley stipulated no temples or museums. He wanted to see manga, anime, and cool, weird stuff. His father said yes. Out of that bargain comes this...


Bright Lights, No City: An African Adventure on Bad Roads with a Brother and a Very Weird Business Plan

by Max Alexander

The hilarious story of two brothers, a truckload of batteries, and a brilliant plan to bring light--and new business opportunities--to Ghana

At age 47, Whit Alexander, the American co-founder of the Cranium...


Zero Days: The Real Life Adventure of Captain Bligh, Nellie Bly, and 10-year-old Scrambler on the Pacific Crest

by Barbara Egbert

In April 2004, Barbara Egbert and Gary Chambers and their precocious 10-year-old daughter Mary embarked on a 2,650-mile hike from Mexico to Canada along the famed Pacific Crest Trail. This the well-told tale...


Walking the County High Points of England

by David Bathurst

From Dark Peak on the Pennine Way in Derbyshire to the misty Malverns in Worcestershire and Milk Hill on the Mid-Wilts Way, walking the county high points provides the perfect opportunity for ramblers to experience...


Son of Serge Bastarde: Mayhem in the Antiques Markets of Rural France

by John Dummer

The roguish Serge Bastarde teaches John the tricks of the French antique trade—a must for Francophiles

We sat and stared balefully at the walnut buffet. A rich customer had complained it was "making strange...


Good Vibrations: Coast to Coast by Harley

by Tom Cunliffe

A rip-roaring Harley ride across America, told through the investigative lenses of a pair of husband-and-wife itinerant bikers from the UK

Told in a conversational and often times humorous tone, this is the...


Elvis Presley Boulevard: From Sea to Shining Sea, Almost

by Mark Winegardner

Elvis Presley Boulevard chronicles the trip we’ve all taken—or wanted to take—into the country that confounds its admirers and delights even its critics. Mark Winegardner, a young Ohioan, spent the formative...


Snowstruck: In the Grip of Avalanches

by Jill Fredston

Having spent decades trying to keep avalanches and people apart, Fredston brings them together unforgettably in Snowstruck. From a rare store of personal experience, she conveys a panorama of perspectives: a...