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What the traveller saw by Eric Newby

What the traveller saw

Eric Newby

eBook

This outstanding collection of pieces, illustrated with his own superb photographs, is a unique record of Newby's travels all over the globe ' and a lasting tribute to lost and fading worlds. One of the funniest and most entertaining of all travel wr...

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Ireland 2020  by Rick Steves

Ireland 2020

Rick Steves

Book

Wander rustic towns, emerald valleys, lively cities, and moss-draped ruins: Experience Ireland with Rick Steves by your side. Inside Rick Steves Ireland 2020 you'll find: Comprehensive coverage for planning a multi-week trip through Ireland Rick's st...

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Amsterdam walks  by Femke Dam

Amsterdam walks

Femke Dam

Book

Wander along Amsterdam's sparkling canals, soak up the village vibes and cosmopolitan culture, and experience Amsterdam like a local: on foot! Walk through the city's coolest neighborhoods like the Center, Westerpark, the Jordaan, De Pijp, and more, ...

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Cry of the Kalahari  by Mark Owens

Cry of the Kalahari

Mark Owens

Book

This account of the authors' seven-year stay in Africa's Kalahari wilderness covers their adventures of survival, their contact with curious and dangerous animals, and the establishment of their conservation research project.

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I may be homeless but you should see my yacht  by Lee Wachtstetter

I may be homeless but you should see my yacht

Lee Wachtstetter

Book

After Mama Lee Wachtstetter's husband died she considered living alone in her big house on 10 acres in Florida, moving into an upscale retirement community, or spending all her time on a luxury cruise ship. Turns out, the choice was easy. Cruising fu...

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Shadow city  by Taran Khan

Shadow city

Taran Khan

Book

When Indian journalist Taran Khan arrives in Kabul in 2006, she imagines it as a return to the land her forebears hailed from centuries ago. It is a city both familiar and unknown. She finds an unexpected guide in her grandfather who - despite never ...

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Secret city  by Isabel Albiston

Secret city

Isabel Albiston

Book

Ditch the tourist crowds and get to the real heart of a place with Secret City; an essential guide to getting to know the most interesting, rewarding, a cool neighborhoods in cities around the world. Readers will discover the best little-known sights...

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The Lonely Planet bigger book of everything  by Nigel Holmes

The Lonely Planet bigger book of everything

Nigel Holmes

Book

Want to know how to wear a kilt, kiss a stranger, prevent a hangover, get out of a sinking car, eat a lobster, greet an alien, predict the weather, play croquet and much, much more? Open the book! Dive in! We guarantee you'll learn something new. And,...

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Northern Greece  by Dana Facaros

Northern Greece

Dana Facaros

Book

This new guide to Northern Greece, written by Greece expert and long-time travel writer Dana Facaros, is the only guide available to the region and includes the areas of Epirus, Thessaly, Macedonia and Thrace, complete with their five dramatically be...

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Zimbabwe   by Paul Murray

Zimbabwe

Paul Murray

Book

The new, fourth edition of Bradt's Zimbabwe remains the most authoritative guide available to one of southern Africa's premier wildlife and cultural destinations. Zimbabwe-based author, tour guide and archaeologist Paul Hubbard picks up the mantle of...

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The golden step  by Christopher Somerville

The golden step

Christopher Somerville

Book

"A travelogue of a 300-mile walk across Crete, tackling mountain ranges, high slopes and the numerous gorges of the West. A travelogue of a 300-mile walk across Crete, tackling mountain ranges, high slopes and the numerous gorges of the West" -- Publ...

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Captain Cook by Alistair MacLean

Captain Cook

Alistair MacLean

eBook

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Epic solitude by Katherine Keith

Epic solitude

Katherine Keith

eBook

Tells the story of the author's hunger for remote, wild places, which take her across America and then to Alaska, where she finds her true home in its vast and rugged landscape. She and her husband build a log cabin miles from the nearest road; after...

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House of Glass by Hadley Freeman

House of Glass

Hadley Freeman

eBook

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Captain Cook's epic voyage by Geoffrey Blainey

Captain Cook's epic voyage

Geoffrey Blainey

eAudiobook

In 1768 Captain James Cook and his crew set out on a small British naval vessel in search of a missing continent. 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of that voyage, and Cook's 'discovery' of Australia. Captain Cook's Epic Voyage reveals the hardships a...

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100 drives, 5000 ideas  by Joseph R. Yogerst

100 drives, 5000 ideas

Joseph R. Yogerst

Book

From a vineyard route through Northwest wine country to a winter wonderland on Alberta's Icefields Parkway, this informative travel guide offers epic sights, good bites, and pure fun. Pack your car and hit the road to experience 100 drives--both classic...

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Always Italy  by Frances Mayes

Always Italy

Frances Mayes

Book

This lush guide, featuring more than 350 glorious photographs from National Geographic, showcases the best Italy has to offer from the perspective of two women who have spent their lives reveling in its unique joys. In these illuminating pages, Frances...

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Eastern USA  by Trisha Ping

Eastern USA

Trisha Ping

Book

From a megacity to a gator-filled swamp in the space of a plane ride - the East rolls out adventure from the Atlantic to the might Mississippi River. This guide book provides planning features and top itineraries to give you the freedom to create your...

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Canada  by Brendan Sainsbury

Canada

Brendan Sainsbury

Book

Lonely Planet's Canada is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Hike the Rockies, marvel at the Northern Lights and indulge in Montreal's cafe culture - all with your tru...

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British Columbia & the Canadian Rockies  by John Lee

British Columbia & the Canadian Rockies

John Lee

Book

Lonely Planet's British Columbia &​ the Canadian Rockies is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Spot wildlife in Jasper, stroll Stanley Park's Seawall Promenade, and ski...

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The digital nomad handbook  by Joseph Bindloss

The digital nomad handbook

Joseph Bindloss

Book

Kiss the 9 to 5 goodbye and hit the road with The Digital Nomad Handbook. This practical guide inspires and motivates people to achieve their goals of traveling more and working on the road. Learn the logistics of remote employment, including how to ...

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Esprit de Battuta  by Pamela Watson

Esprit de Battuta

Pamela Watson

Book

Who has not wanted to escape the daily grind, to search for life and adventure elsewhere? Australian-born and London-based Pamela Watson had a comfortable, if overworked existence, as a management consultant but yearned for freedom and the adventure....

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USA  by Trisha Ping

USA

Trisha Ping

Book

Lonely Planet’s USA is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Gaze into the mile-deep chasm of the Grand Canyon, hang ten on an iconic Hawaiian wave, and let sultry southern...

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Western USA  by Anthony Ham

Western USA

Anthony Ham

Book

Lonely Planet's Western USA is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Spot geysers and grizzlies in Yellowstone National Park, wander the diverse neighbourhoods of San Fra...

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Canada's best trips  by Regis St. Louis

Canada's best trips

Regis St. Louis

Book

Featuring amazing road trips, plus up-to-date advice on the destinations you’ll visit along the way, you can tour the Sea to Sky Highway, the country’s stunning coastline and the Cabot Trail - all with your trusted travel companion. Jump in the car, turn...

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Banff, Jasper & Glacier National Parks  by Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Banff, Jasper & Glacier National Parks

Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Book

Lonely Planet's Banff, Jasper & Glacier National Park is your passport to the most relevant, up--to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.

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Made in America by Bill Bryson

Made in America

Bill Bryson

eAudiobook

Bill Bryson turns away from travelling the highways and byways of middle America, so hilariously depicted in his bestselling The Lost Continent, The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid and Notes from a Big Country, for a fast, exhilarating ride along...

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Lean out by Tara Henley

Lean out

Tara Henley

eAudiobook

"Beautifully written, brimming with insight and reassurance--I'm so grateful for this book." -Olivia Sudjic, author of Exposure A deeply personal and informed reflection on the modern world--and why so many feel disillusioned by it. In 2016, journalist...

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Explore Budapest  by Jennifer Walker

Explore Budapest

Jennifer Walker

Book

Travel made easy. Ask local experts. Focused travel guide featuring the very best routes and itineraries, now with free eBook. Part of our UEFA Euro 2020 guidebook series. If you're planning to visit Puskas Arena in Budapest to watch Euro 2020 matches,...

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The lost pianos of Siberia  by Sophy Roberts

The lost pianos of Siberia

Sophy Roberts

Book

Siberia's story is traditionally one of exiles, penal colonies and unmarked graves. Yet there is another tale to tell. Dotted throughout this remote land are pianos – grand instruments created during the boom years of the Nineteenth Century, and humb...

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Driving over lemons  by Chris Stewart

Driving over lemons

Chris Stewart

Book

"Meet Chris Stewart, the eternal optimist. A man who flies to Spain, sees a peasant farm on the wrong side of the river and, with scarcely a second thought, hands over a cash deposit. And then finds he has acquired not only the farm, but the farmer, too,...

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Mud, sweat & gears by Ellie Bennett

Mud, sweat & gears

Ellie Bennett

eBook

As Ellie's fiftieth birthday approaches and her ambitions of a steady income, a successful career and an ascent of Everest seem as far away as ever, she begins to doubt she's capable of achieving anything at all. So when her best friend Mick suggests...

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Be careful what you wish for  by Kay Moon

Be careful what you wish for

Kay Moon

Book

This book is a true account of the why’s, the how’s, and the life of an American family that left their comfortable life living in an extremely small Northern Nevada community to move aboard a 37 foot trimaran sailboat which became their home for five...

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Provence  by Jamie Ivey

Provence

Jamie Ivey

Book

Experience a feast for the senses in one of France's most unforgettable destinations. Features flexible itineraries, from spending two days in Aix-en-Provence to a week exploring the whole region, and day trips to Cassis, the Var Coast, and more. Admire...

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Exile  by Belén Fernández

Exile

Belén Fernández

Book

At 21, Belén Fernández left the U.S. and didn't look back. Alone, far off the beaten path, she reflects on what it means to be an American in a largely American-made mess of a world. In just a few years of publishing observations on world politics from...

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The only gaijin in the village  by Iain Maloney

The only gaijin in the village

Iain Maloney

Book

In 2016 Scottish writer Iain Maloney and his Japanese wife Minori moved to a village in rural Japan. This is the story of his attempt to fit in, be accepted and fulfil his duties as a member of the community, despite being the only foreigner in the v...

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Something of his art  by Horatio Clare

Something of his art

Horatio Clare

Book

In the depths of winter in 1705 the young Johann Sebastian Bach, then unknown as a composer and earning a modest living as a teacher and organist, set off on a long journey by foot to Lubeck to visit the composer Dieterich Buxterhude, a distance of more...

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River cruising in Europe & the USA  by Douglas Ward

River cruising in Europe & the USA

Douglas Ward

Book

"This new edition of River Cruising in Europe & the USA will tell you everything you need to know about taking a cruise along the rivers and waterways of both Europe and - for the first time - the USA. Written by cruise expert Douglas Ward, the guide...

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Round Ireland in low gear by Eric Newby

Round Ireland in low gear

Eric Newby

eBook

'You've had some pretty crazy ideas in your life, Newby, but this is the craziest.' Grandmother Wanda Newby was exasperated after continuous rain, snow, and gales that knocked from her bike. Twice. To avoid other tourists, Eric Newby had decided that...

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Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt

eBook

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What I saw in America by G. K. (Gilbert Keith) Chesterton

What I saw in America

G. K. (Gilbert Keith) Chesterton

eBook

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Two years before the mast by Richard Henry Dana

Two years before the mast

Richard Henry Dana

eBook

After a bout with the measles that left his vision impaired, Harvard undergrad Richard Henry Dana signed up for a two-year engagement as a sailor, thinking that the fresh sea air might improve his vision. The diary that Dana kept during his stint on the...

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The mirror of the sea by Joseph Conrad

The mirror of the sea

Joseph Conrad

eBook

Although Joseph Conrad achieved acclaim as one of the masters of English-language fiction, his own life story is as fascinating and engaging as Heart of Darkness or Lord Jim. The volume The Mirror of the Sea is a collection of several autobiographica...

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Unbeaten tracks in Japan by Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy) Bird

Unbeaten tracks in Japan

Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy) Bird

eBook

Nineteenth-century English traveler, writer, and natural historian Isabella Bird contributes this stunning narrative to the genre of early travelogues about Japan. The volume Unbeaten Tracks in Japan includes a series of essays recounting Bird's mont...

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Lonely Planet Sicily by Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet Sicily

Lonely Planet

eBook

Lonely Planet's Sicily is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Soak up history in charming Syracuse, hike Stromboli's lava-strewn crater, and visit crumbling castles in ...

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The innocents abroad by Mark Twain

The innocents abroad

Mark Twain

eBook

Known as one of American literature's finest humor writers, Mark Twain took on the travel genre in the series of essays, sketches, and observations collected in The Innocents Abroad. From classic fish-out-of-water shenanigans to keen insight into the...

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In the South Seas by Robert Louis Stevenson

In the South Seas

Robert Louis Stevenson

eBook

Get set for a swashbuckling series of adventures. In this volume, Robert Louis Stevenson -- famed author of such classics as Treasure Island and Kidnapped -- presents a series of articles and essays recounting his own travels around the Pacific. A mu...

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A Journey in Southeastern Mexico by Henry Howard. Harper

A Journey in Southeastern Mexico

Henry Howard. Harper

eBook

In this detailed travelogue, author Henry Howard Harper recounts his extended tour through the Mexican regions of Campeche, Tabasco, and Yucatan, conveying a vivid sense of the country's rugged landscape, vibrant cultural traditions, and unique histo...

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The Lands of the Saracen by Bayard Taylor

The Lands of the Saracen

Bayard Taylor

eBook

The Jezreel Valley in present-day Israel is a fertile basin surrounded by mountain ranges that is home to several sites featured in the Bible. In 1852, American poet and travel writer Bayard Taylor undertook an arduous journey across a number of regions...

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Oregon and Eldorado by Thomas Bulfinch

Oregon and Eldorado

Thomas Bulfinch

eBook

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Overland tales by Josephine Clifford

Overland tales

Josephine Clifford

eBook

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Songs of Travel by Sidney Colvin

Songs of Travel

Sidney Colvin

eBook

Wanderlust, unfettered freedom, and the eternal allure of the open road--these are the themes that surface time and time again in Robert Louis Stevenson's charming 1896 book of verse, Songs of Travel. Fans of traditional poetry will adore this cycle ...

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The Malay Archipelago by Alfred Russel Wallace

The Malay Archipelago

Alfred Russel Wallace

eBook

Fans of geography and travel writing should definitely spend some time with Alfred Russell Wallace's fascinating volume The Malay Archipelago. Compiled through decades of research, this book provides an exhaustive account of Wallace's experiences and...

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Recollections of Europe by James Fenimore Cooper

Recollections of Europe

James Fenimore Cooper

eBook

Even though he is regarded as one of the key figures who contributed to the creation of a distinctly American literary sensibility, author James Fenimore Cooper spent a significant portion of his life living abroad in Europe. Structured as a series of...

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The Spirit of Rome by Vernon Lee

The Spirit of Rome

Vernon Lee

eBook

Italy springs to life in the pages of this collection of luminous essays, vignettes and observations from Vernon Lee. Presented as fragments from an old diary kept by an expatriate whose youth was spent in Rome, the vivid descriptions and innovative ...

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A residence in France by James Fenimore Cooper

A residence in France

James Fenimore Cooper

eBook

In spite of the fact that he is the author of many quintessentially American novels, including The Last of the Mohicans, James Fenimore Cooper spent a significant portion of his life in France, where he moved his family in the hopes of boosting his w...

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American notes by Charles Dickens

American notes

Charles Dickens

eBook

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Among the Tibetans by Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy) Bird

Among the Tibetans

Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy) Bird

eBook

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Childe Harold's pilgrimage by George Gordon Byron Byron

Childe Harold's pilgrimage

George Gordon Byron Byron

eBook

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The Uncommercial traveller by Charles Dickens

The Uncommercial traveller

Charles Dickens

eBook

Taking a cue from his love of pleasure travel and people-watching, in 1860 Charles Dickens developed a new persona he called the "Uncommercial Traveller." In the series of essays written from this perspective, Dickens describes his long, leisurely walks...

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Venetian Life by William Dean Howells

Venetian Life

William Dean Howells

eBook

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A First Year in Canterbury Settlement by Samuel Butler

A First Year in Canterbury Settlement

Samuel Butler

eBook

On the verge of entering the Anglican clergy, Samuel Butler experienced a sudden change of heart and instead decided to set sail for New Zealand, where he established a sheep farm. Butler chronicles his rocky start as a rancher--and his opinions on a...

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Domestic Manners of the Americans by Frances Milton Trollope

Domestic Manners of the Americans

Frances Milton Trollope

eBook

In the early 1800s, an English writer named Frances Trollope spent some time touring the then-very-young country of America with her son Henry, dividing most of her time between Cincinnati and a utopian camp settlement that housed former slaves in Te...

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The Americans as They Are by Charles Sealsfield

The Americans as They Are

Charles Sealsfield

eBook

Austrian-born journalist and novelist Karl Anton Postl (who often wrote under the nom de plume Charles Sealsfield) made a splash with his German-language novels, many of which are regarded as key works of the Romantic era. However, his insightful tra...

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Our Old Home by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Our Old Home

Nathaniel Hawthorne

eBook

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An inland voyage by Robert Louis Stevenson

An inland voyage

Robert Louis Stevenson

eBook

An Inland Voyage, details his canoeing trip through France and Belgium in 1876. Pioneering new ground in outdoor literature, this was Stevenson's first book. He had decided to become free from his parent's financial support so that he might freely pursue...

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How I found Livingstone by Henry M. (Henry Morton) Stanley

How I found Livingstone

Henry M. (Henry Morton) Stanley

eBook

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Little travels and roadside sketches by William Makepeace Thackeray

Little travels and roadside sketches

William Makepeace Thackeray

eBook

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Journal of a voyage to Lisbon. Volume I by Henry Fielding

Journal of a voyage to Lisbon. Volume I

Henry Fielding

eBook

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 of a Voyage to Lisbon, Volume I collect...

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Roughing it by Mark Twain

Roughing it

Mark Twain

eBook

Two American originals, Mark Twain and the West, come together in this documentary of the author's seven-year "pleasure trip" to the silver mines of Nevada. Twain had originally planned the trip to be a three-month "vacation;" not surprisingly for someone...

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The Silverado squatters by Robert Louis Stevenson

The Silverado squatters

Robert Louis Stevenson

eBook

Robert Louis Stevenson wrote The Silverado Squatters as the travel memoir of his honeymoon in California's Napa Valley in 1880. He and his new wife Fanny Vandegrift were unable to pay 10 dollars a week for a local hotel room, so they spent their unco...

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Steep trails by John Muir

Steep trails

John Muir

eBook

Through a striking set of coincidences and circumstances, Scottish-born naturalist John Muir emerged as a powerful voice advocating for a renewed connection with nature and the preservation of America's natural resources and forests. In this collection...

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Their silver wedding journey by William Dean Howells

Their silver wedding journey

William Dean Howells

eBook

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From the caves and jungles of Hindostan by H. P. (Helena Petrovna) Blavatsky

From the caves and jungles of Hindostan

H. P. (Helena Petrovna) Blavatsky

eBook

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Essays of travel by Robert Louis Stevenson

Essays of travel

Robert Louis Stevenson

eBook

Any reader who has spent some time with Robert Louis Stevenson's body of work won't be surprised to learn that the Scottish author was an inveterate traveler and world explorer from early adulthood. Later in life, the chronically ill author lived in ...

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Diary of a pilgrimage by Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka) Jerome

Diary of a pilgrimage

Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka) Jerome

eBook

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The face of the fields by Dallas Lore Sharp

The face of the fields

Dallas Lore Sharp

eBook

In the early twentieth century, university professor and Methodist minister Dallas Lore Sharp made a splash in the often-stuffy field of nature writing with this collection of essays in his unique voice, which combines encyclopedic knowledge of flora...

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A Popular Account of the Manners and Customs of India by Charles Acland

A Popular Account of the Manners and Customs of India

Charles Acland

eBook

The nineteenth century is considered the high water mark of the colonial period in India. As increasing numbers of British citizens began to travel and conduct business in the country, the need for a comprehensive cultural guide became clear. Charles...

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Glimpses of an unfamilar Japan, second series by Lafcadio Hearn

Glimpses of an unfamilar Japan, second series

Lafcadio Hearn

eBook

In the second volume of Lafcadio Hearn's essays on the culture of nineteenth-century Japan, readers are given an firsthand look inside a society that was long cloaked by secrecy and a suspicion of outsiders. These closely observed anecdotes and vignettes...

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Mr. Pim passes by by A. A. (Alan Alexander) Milne

Mr. Pim passes by

A. A. (Alan Alexander) Milne

eBook

This comedic play will come as a delightful surprise to readers who are only familiar with Milne's work in the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh series of children's book. A domestic drama that gently skewers the social mores of the Edwardian age, Mr. Pim Passes...

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Cornwall and Devon  by Robert Andrews

Cornwall and Devon

Robert Andrews

Book

Top 10 lists showcase the best places to visit in the region, from the Eden Project to Exeter Cathedral. Seven easy-to-follow itineraries explore the most interesting sights in Cornwall and Devon-from the rugged scenery and prehistoric monuments of D...

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The adventurer's son by Roman Dial

The adventurer's son

Roman Dial

eAudiobook

"A brave and marvelous book. A page-turner that will rip your heart out."--Jon KrakauerIn the tradition of Into the Wild comes an instant classic of outdoor literature, a riveting work of uncommon depth. I'm planning on doing 4 days in the jungle. . ....

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Dordogne, Bordeaux and the Southwest Coast  by Lisa Voormeij

Dordogne, Bordeaux and the Southwest Coast

Lisa Voormeij

Book

Your journey starts here. Featuring DK's much-loved maps and illustrations, walks and information, plus all new, full-colour photography, this 100% updated guide to Dordogne, Bordeaux and the Southwest Coast brings you the best of this tranquil and p...

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Walking the Shropshire way  by John Gillham

Walking the Shropshire way

John Gillham

Book

This is the official guide to the Shropshire Way, which consists of a northern and southern loop that both start in Shrewsbury. Each loop can be completed in a week or combined to form a two week 182 mile (290km) circuit that visits Stiperstones, Lud...

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The rough guide to Dubai  by Gavin Thomas

The rough guide to Dubai

Gavin Thomas

Book

Discover Dubai with this comprehensive, entertaining, packed with comprehensive practical information and our experts' honest and independent recommendations. Whether you plan to go shopping, discover sand-skiing, laze on beaches or visit interesting...

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Ayoade on top by Richard Ayoade

Ayoade on top

Richard Ayoade

eAudiobook

In Ayoade on Top, Richard Ayoade, perhaps one of the most 'insubstantial' people of our age, takes us on a journey from Peckham to Paris by way of Nevada and other places we don't care about. It's a journey deep within, in a way that's respectful and...

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Best easy day hikes. Grand Canyon National Park by Ron Adkison

Best easy day hikes. Grand Canyon National Park

Ron Adkison

eBook

Taking hikers to some of the most scenic sections of the fabulous Grand Canyon National Park, this book includes short descriptions and maps of seventeen easy day hikes in the park. Hikes in this book are fairly short, usually (but not always) without...

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The colour of sky after rain  by Tessa Keswick

The colour of sky after rain

Tessa Keswick

Book

Tessa Keswick first travelled to China in 1982. She was shocked to encounter a country still deeply impoverished after four decades of rule by Chairman Mao (1943-76), but she still fell immediately in love with its history, culture and landscape. Over...

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