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Life On The Mississippi

by Mark Twain

When Mark Twain was seventeen he went back to the home of his boyhood resolved to become a pilot on the Mississippi. How he learnt the river he has told us in 'Life on the Mississippi,' wherein his adventures,...

Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie

by Andrew P. Sykes

One continent, 6000 kilometres, ten countries, nine weeks, four pannier bags, one man, no detailed plan... and a bike called Reggie. Secondary school teacher Andrew Sykes moves out of the classroom, climbs onto...

The Travel Journals of Tappan Adney Vol. 2, 1891-1896

by Tappan Adney & C. Ted Behne

Setting out to visit his friends in Woodstock, New Brunswick, and with all intentions to return to the United States to attend Columbia University in the fall, Tappan Adney, at the age of 18, embarked on a trip...

In the Belly of Oz

by Tarrzan Kay

At first you will think this book is a travel memoir about Australia, and so it may surprise you when it reveals itself as a tale of self-discovery and personal awakening. These twists are revealed when the...

The Suite Life: The Magic and Mystery of Hotel Living

by Christopher Heard

Christopher Heard was conceived in the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto. This book is the culmination of a lifelong fascination with iconic hotels and those who have opted to reside in them. It tells of...

Walking Backwards: Grand Tours, Minor Visitations, Miraculous Journeys, and a Few Good Meals

by Mark Frutkin

Whether inadvertently smuggling cloth into Istanbul, reading poetry in New Delhi to a crowd expecting a world-famous pianist, or wandering through Mantua searching for a non-existent hotel on a street thats...

An unusual observer

by Federic One

Who are the guests who spend only a few days in a wonderful Roman home? What are their interests and how do they interact with their hosts? As told from the viewpoint of an unusual observer.

From Tokyo to New York

by Corrado Formentini

From Tokyo to New York is a collection of 90 photographs of the author which makes us begin an enchanting journey that starts from Tokyo, passing through part of Japan and taking us to the heart of the Big Apple....

The road and the backpack

by Paolo Ghidini

A journey of wisdom lost and found An ordinary 26 years old decided to quit his job and endure a two years round-the-world-trip. On the road he found friends, love, amazing sights and changed his way to look...

Americashire: a Field Guide to a Marriage

by Jennifer Richardson

Jennifer Richardson and her husband bought a cottage in the Cotswolds in the hopes of finding respite from their stressful London existence-but instead, their new rural life forced Richardson to confront her...

Seeing Red: A Woman's Quest for Truth, Power, and the Sacred

by Lone Morch

Set against the backdrop of the holy Mount Kailas in Tibet, California's Bay Area, and Kali's temples in Nepal, Seeing Red is the story of one woman's search for personal truth and power-an unforgettable journey...

A Remarkable Curiosity

by Amos Jay Cummings

In 1873, Amos Jay Cummings, a decorated Civil War veteran and journalist for the New York Sun newspaper, set out on a westward journey aboard the newly completed transcontinental railroad. For some time, miners,...

Roads to Richmond

by Nick Fonda

Roads to Richmond is an unusual, almost quirky road book. Divided into four thematic parts and forty-eight short chapters, it works like a mosaic: the big picture is a moving portrait of a little known corner...

I Married a Travel Junkie

by Samuel Jay Keyser

When he married for the second time, Jay Keyser thought he and his wife would settle down on a bucolic little farm where the cows meet the sea. That was before he found out the awful truth: he had married a...

Sons of the Wind


When Arnaud got an odd letter from a stranger who claimed he was his father, he couldn’t imagine it would lead him so far away. Far away from home, of course, but from himself too, from his inherent human...

Shopping Cart Pantheism

by Jeanne Randolph

Glorifying consumerism as the de facto religion of our time, Shopping Cart Pantheism offers a preposterous yet challenging invitation to participate in commodity worship. As our narrator meanders the Las Vegas...

Damned China

by Paolo Rumiz

While visiting his son, who has gone abroad to work, Paolo Rumiz treats us to vivid glimpses of a little-known China: the guards motionless at the entryways of condominiums, hivelike skyscrapers in which thousands...

India and Tibet

by Sir Francis Edward Younghusband

It is an interesting reflection for those to make who think that we must necessarily have been the aggressive party, that the far-distant primary cause of all our attempts at intercourse with the Tibetans was...


by Robert Louis Stevenson

"Kidnapped" is a novel written by R.L.Stevenson in 1886. The story is told in first person by the protagonist. The book is set in Scotland in the years of the civil war, in the mid-1700 's, the historical period...

In The South Seas

by Robert Louis Stevenson

‘In the South Seas’ is an account of a journey undertaken by Robert Louis Stevenson and his wife Fanny in June 1888. The book, describes their experiences in the Marquesas, the Paumotus, and the Gilbert...