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New Zealand's great walks  by Paul Hersey

New Zealand's great walks

Paul Hersey

Book

New Zealand's Great Walks are world class. In a country blessed with hundreds of spectacular tracks to choose from, these are considered the best of the best. They pass through some of our most breathtaking landscapes - including golden sand beaches,...

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Nepal one day at a time  by Patti Shales Lefkos

Nepal one day at a time

Patti Shales Lefkos

Book

Life was disintegrating. Within the space of three years Patti Shales Lefkos and husband, Barry Hodgins, had been evacuated by helicopter from Nepal’s Everest Base Camp Circuit to a Kathmandu hospital where he had a stent installed, her older sister ...

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A year at the château  by Dick Strawbridge

A year at the château

Dick Strawbridge

Book

Like many couples, Dick and Angel had long dreamed of living in France, but where others might settle for a modest bolthole in the French countryside, the Strawbridges fell in love with a 19th-century fairytale chateau, complete with 45 rooms, seven....

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Out of sheer rage by Geoff Dyer

Out of sheer rage

Geoff Dyer

eBook

Geoff Dyer wanted to write a book about D. H. Lawrence. He wanted, in fact, to write his 'Lawrence book'. The problem was Dyer didn't really know what his 'Lawrence book' would be, what form it would take, or even when he'd start writing it. He set out...

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The Bears Ears by David Roberts

The Bears Ears

David Roberts

eAudiobook

A personal and historical exploration of the Bears Ears country and the fight to save a national monument. The Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah, created by President Obama in 2016 and eviscerated by the Trump administration in 2017, ...

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National parks  by Andrew Bain

National parks

Andrew Bain

Book

There are 726 national parks in Australia. They cover 35,074,410 square kilometres of land, more than 4 per cent of the total area of the country. Australia revels in a rich diversity of habitats and environments, expressed no more beautifully than in...

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The last 8 possessions  by Michael Hamish-Scott

The last 8 possessions

Michael Hamish-Scott

Book

Hamish's account of his journey from Ireland back to New Zealand across Europe, parts of Africa, India, Nepal, Indonesia and Singapore.

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The garden of Mars by John Gimlette

The garden of Mars

John Gimlette

eAudiobook

A journey - both historical and contemporary - among the fantastical landscapes, beguiling creatures and isolated tribes of the world's fourth island: Madagascar. An improbable world beckons. We think we know Madagascar but it's too big, too eccentric,...

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A biker's tale  by John Hellemans

A biker's tale

John Hellemans

Book

"An hilarious tale about an epic event, written from a unique perspective. To be able to appreciate the story, the reader needs to be young at heart, have a vivid imagination and a love for adventure. If that sounds like you, join the writer on his j...

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Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks  by Michael Grosberg

Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

Michael Grosberg

Book

Lonely Planet's Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Climb Half Dome, gaze at Mono Lake, and ski in Yosemite; all with...

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The nine lives of Pakistan by Declan Walsh

The nine lives of Pakistan

Declan Walsh

eAudiobook

Declan Walsh is one of the New York Times's most distinguished international correspondents. His electrifying portrait of Pakistan over a tumultuous decade captures the sweep of this strange, wondrous, and benighted country through the dramatic lives...

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Inspire by Ben Fogle

Inspire

Ben Fogle

eBook

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Kōpiko Aotearoa  by Jonathan Kennett

Kōpiko Aotearoa

Jonathan Kennett

Book

"A cape to cape journey covering an ambitious 1,060 km across the North Island. Pedal your way off the beaten track on a hilly and scenic route that reveals heartland New Zealand ... This guide includes cue sheets, maps and elevation charts, plus details...

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Kōpiko Aotearoa  by Jonathan Kennett

Kōpiko Aotearoa

Jonathan Kennett

Book

"A cape to cape journey covering an ambitious 1,060 km across the North Island. Pedal your way off the beaten track on a hilly and scenic route that reveals heartland New Zealand ... This guide includes cue sheets, maps and elevation charts, plus details...

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Sheila in the wind  by Adrian Hayter

Sheila in the wind

Adrian Hayter

Book

When Adrian Hayter set out single-handed from Lymington, England on his thirty-two-foot Albert Strange-designed yawl Sheila II, local betting was seven to one that he would get no further than the English Channel. His destination was New Zealand, and...

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Buller  by Peter Coburn

Buller

Peter Coburn

Book

"Buller... your endless offering is only witnessed by the lucky few - those who take the time to accept your welcome into a timeless world of real experience." This stunning new book from Peter Coburn is filled with breathtaking photography, highlighting...

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USA's national parks  by Anita Isalska

USA's national parks

Anita Isalska

Book

Lonely Planet's USA's National Parks is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Marvel at the Grand Canyon, paddle the Everglades, and rock climb in Joshua Tree; all with y...

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How to travel solo  by Lyn Hughes

How to travel solo

Lyn Hughes

Book

Whether you are solo in Sweden or backpacking in Bali, Wanderlust magazine's How to Travel Solo is everything you need to strike out on your own. From location focus on solo hotspots, to tips about braving off the beaten path and how to find the best...

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French dive  by Eric Freeze

French dive

Eric Freeze

Book

In the fall of 2014, educators Eric and Rixa Freeze moved with their young family to Old Nice, a medieval town-within-a-city on the famed Côte d'Azur. They'd bought a 700-square-foot dive, an apartment in need of renovation just a couple blocks from ...

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Greater Auckland walks  by Peter Jassen

Greater Auckland walks

Peter Jassen

Book

"Prolific New Zealand travel writer Peter Janssen describes his favourite walks throughout Auckland and the Greater Auckland Region. From Mahurangi to Waiuku and the Waitakere Ranges to Waiheke Island, Peter describes family friendly walks which incl...

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Madagascar  by Daniel Austin

Madagascar

Daniel Austin

Book

A new, thoroughly updated 13th edition of Bradt’s Madagascar, the leading and most comprehensive guide to this unique island nation, written by Hilary Bradt, who first visited in 1976 and has returned roughly 35 times, and Daniel Austin, who has visited...

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Tales from the fast trains by Tom Chesshyre

Tales from the fast trains

Tom Chesshyre

eBook

It's all about the journey rather than the destination in this high-speed travel account Tired of airport security queues, delays, and all those extra taxes and charges, Tom Chesshyre embarks on a series of high-speed adventures across Europe on its ...

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Too narrow to swing a cat by Steve Haywood

Too narrow to swing a cat

Steve Haywood

eBook

One man and his cat travel the canals of England Steve Haywood has a new member of crew aboard his narrowboat, Justice, but maybe not the kind he'd have wanted if he'd known the trouble she'd cause. Kit, an untidy bundle of fur with all the attitude you...

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The Gran Tour  by Ben Aitken

The Gran Tour

Ben Aitken

Book

When Ben Aitken learnt that his gran had been on a four-night holiday including four three-course dinners, four cooked breakfasts, four excursions and luxury return coach travel, all for GBP100, he thought, why not? and signed himself up. Six times over....

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Bird's eye London  by Paul Campbell

Bird's eye London

Paul Campbell

Book

This hardback showcases the stunning aerial photography of Paul Campbell with over 150 images, informatively captioned throughout, revealing new perspectives on the iconic city and its landmarks as all that is familiar on the ground takes on a new persona...

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The roads to Sata  by Alan Booth

The roads to Sata

Alan Booth

Book

One sunny spring morning in the seventies, an unlikely Englishman set out on a pilgrimage that would take him across Japan's entire length. Traveling only along small back roads, Alan Booth travelled on foot from Soya, the country's northernmost tip,...

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Here today, gone tomorrow  by Elaine Blick

Here today, gone tomorrow

Elaine Blick

Book

[This book] is a travelogue with a difference. Two retired women set off in a campervan from London to tour Europe. Neither has driven a campervan before, much less had any experience driving on the right. They journey through four countries and cover...

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Devon & Cornwall  by Oliver Berry

Devon & Cornwall

Oliver Berry

Book

Surf the coast, enjoy a Cornish pasty, and marvel at Exeter Cathedral; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Devon & Cornwall and begin your journey now!

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The weird way round  by Alex Maycock

The weird way round

Alex Maycock

Book

A 40-year-old Sydney-based Englishman at a personal and professional crossroads in his life embarks on four months of solo global travel, which he resolutely refuses to accept might be best described as an exercise in 'finding himself'. Epic landscap...

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Best day walks Italy  by Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Best day walks Italy

Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Book

Lonely Planet's Best Day Walks Italy is your passport to 60 easy escapes into nature. Stretch your legs away from the city by picking a walk that works for you, from just a couple of hours to a full day, from easy to hard. Hike the Dolomites, explore...

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Best day walks Japan  by Ray Bartlett

Best day walks Japan

Ray Bartlett

Book

Lonely Planet's Best Day Walks Japan is your passport to 60 easy escapes into nature. Stretch your legs away from the city by picking a walk that works for you, from just a couple of hours to a full day, from easy to hard. Climb Mt Fuji, walk the Tohoku...

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Best day walks Great Britain  by Oliver Berry

Best day walks Great Britain

Oliver Berry

Book

Lonely Planet's Best Day Walks Great Britain is your passport to 60 easy escapes into nature. Stretch your legs away from the city by picking a walk that works for you, from just a couple of hours to a full day, from easy to hard. Cross wild moors, w...

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Guide to street art in Paris  by Stéphanie Lombard

Guide to street art in Paris

Stéphanie Lombard

Book

Every street art hotspot in Paris collected in a handy guide* Includes detailed descriptions with helpful maps and pictograms. Experience Paris from a unique point of view and explore the city through its famous street art. In this handy guide, ten i...

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Sawday's Great British hotel & inn guide  by Alastair Sawday

Sawday's Great British hotel & inn guide

Alastair Sawday

Book

From the sandy coves of Cornwall to the huge skies of the Highlands, we've found the best of British hotels and inns. We've visited each one and what unites them is their individuality, generosity and passion for food.

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Granada & Sierra Nevada  by Andy Symington

Granada & Sierra Nevada

Andy Symington

Book

The city that became the last outpost of Moorish Spain rules over a spectacular and mountainous province encompassing remote uplands as well as the snowy Sierra Nevada and the fertile valleys of the Alpujarra. What draws visitors beyond all else is a...

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Icebound  by Andrea Pitzer

Icebound

Andrea Pitzer

Book

The human story has always been one of perseverance-often against remarkable odds. The most astonishing survival tale of all might be that of 16th-century Dutch explorer William Barents and his crew of sixteen, who ventured farther north than any Eur...

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The colour of the sky after rain by Tessa Keswick

The colour of the sky after rain

Tessa Keswick

eAudiobook

An extraordinary memoir of one woman's experiences in China. Tessa Keswick first travelled to China in 1982 and immediately fell in love with its history, culture and landscape. Over the next thirty years, she travelled extensively in China, visiting...

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New Zealand  by Tasmin Waby

New Zealand

Tasmin Waby

Book

Lonely Planet's Best of New Zealand is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore Auckland's dining and music scene, sample Wellington's craft beer, and binge on adrenaline...

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The England Coast Path  by Stephen (Journalist) Neale

The England Coast Path

Stephen (Journalist) Neale

Book

The England Coast Path is a celebration of England's most precious asset: the wild coast. The opening of the England Coast Path means that anyone will be able to walk and wild camp along the entire 3,000-mile length of the English coast. As well as being...

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Explore Hong Kong  by Andrew Dembina

Explore Hong Kong

Andrew Dembina

Book

Discover the best of Hong Kong with this unique travel guide, packed full of insider information and stunning images. From making sure you don't miss out on must-see, top attractions like Disneyland, Wan Chai, the Central District, Hollywood Road and...

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The open road  by Jessica Dunham

The open road

Jessica Dunham

Book

Picture yourself behind the wheel on your best road trip yet! From weekend getaways to cross-country adventures-- and even drives in Alaska and Hawai'i-- you'll find detailed driving directions, family-friendly attractions, planning and packing tips for...

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The rough guide to Japan  by Keith (Travel writer) Drew

The rough guide to Japan

Keith (Travel writer) Drew

Book

Get Olympic ready with this practical 'tell it like it is' guidebook to Japan. Featuring extensive listings and maps, this is packed with information to help travellers make the most of their Tokyo 2020 Olympic adventure. Discover Japan with this com...

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Wuhan Diary by Fang Fang

Wuhan Diary

Fang Fang

eAudiobook

From one of China's most acclaimed and decorated writers comes a powerful first-person account of life in Wuhan during the COVID-19 outbreak. On January 25, 2020, after the central government imposed a lockdown in Wuhan, acclaimed Chinese writer Fang...

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Literary places  by Sarah Baxter

Literary places

Sarah Baxter

Book

Bringing together comprehensively researched text and stunning hand-drawn illustrations especially crafted for this title - readers will go on an enlightening journey through the key locations of literature's best and brightest authors, movements and...

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A writer's world  by Jan Morris

A writer's world

Jan Morris

Book

In a collection of her travel writing and reportage from over five decades, Jan Morris has produced a portrait of the late 20th-century world, ranging from New York to Venice, Oxford to the Middle East, and Wales to South Africa.

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New Zealand's North Island (Te Ika-a-Māui)  by Brett Atkinson

New Zealand's North Island (Te Ika-a-Māui)

Brett Atkinson

Book

Lonely Planet's New Zealand's North Island is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Experience Pacific Island culture, black-water raft or explore trendy Wellington; all with...

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New Zealand (Aotearoa)  by Charles Rawlings-Way

New Zealand (Aotearoa)

Charles Rawlings-Way

Book

"Lonely Planet's New Zealand is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Glide through turquoise waters past pods of orcas in Bay of Islands; try black-water rafting in asto...

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Australia's great Western Deserts  by Simon Nevill

Australia's great Western Deserts

Simon Nevill

Book

One of the most comprehensive publications ever written on Australia's Western Deserts, this beautiful large format hardback book not only contains many stunning photographs but also covers a great breadth of information about this wonderful region. Each...

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Walking on the Greek Islands - the Cyclades  by Gilly Cameron Cooper

Walking on the Greek Islands - the Cyclades

Gilly Cameron Cooper

Book

Covering the four islands of Naxos, Paros, Amorgos and Santorini, this guidebook presents 35 day walks in the Greek Cyclades. The detailed route description for each walk is accompanied by clear mapping and interspersed with a wealth of insights into...

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PrettycityDublin  by Siobhan Ferguson

PrettycityDublin

Siobhan Ferguson

Book

A stunning photography, lifestyle and travel guide for Ireland's capital by acclaimed Irish Instagrammer Siobhan Ferguson. This beautiful collection of images will take you past Dublin's famous landmarks - the bridge, the Liffey, the pubs - and into the...

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Make Trax camping Queensland  by Keith Sheldon-Collins

Make Trax camping Queensland

Keith Sheldon-Collins

Book

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Greatest British railway journeys

Greatest British railway journeys

Book

It is now over a decade since the much-loved Great British Railway Journeys series set off on its incredible run discovering the cultural, social and engineering landscape of the United Kingdom through the prism of George Bradshaw's Handbook to rail ...

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Hunting the last great pirate  by Michael E. A. Ford

Hunting the last great pirate

Michael E. A. Ford

Book

In 1827 the Duke of Wellington – former Commander-in-Chief of the British Army and British Prime Minister – ordered the withdrawal of British soldiers from the island of Ceylon after years of bloody conflict there. English cargo vessels, including the...

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The buried Spitfires of Burma  by Andy. author. Brockman

The buried Spitfires of Burma

Andy. author. Brockman

Book

This is the story of Lincolnshire farmer David Cundall's quixotic quest to unearth dozens of Spitfire fighters he believes were buried at the end of WWII. Armed with a high-tech survey showing mysterious shapes under the sunbaked surface of Yangon Ai...

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Sustainable travel  by Holly Tuppen

Sustainable travel

Holly Tuppen

Book

Sustainable Travel offers practical and achievable advice for those who want to make a difference to the way we experience the world. Having travelled around the world without flying, sustainability expert Holly Tuppen knows a thing or two about low ...

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Llama drama  by Anna McNuff

Llama drama

Anna McNuff

Book

Armed with a limited grasp of Spanish and determined to meet as many llamas as possible, Anna and her friend Faye set off on a 6-month journey along the spine of the largest mountain range in the world – the Andes. For anyone who has ever wanted to j...

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Great sites of the Ancient World

Great sites of the Ancient World

Book

From deserts to hidden corners of busy cities, quiet mountain tops to caves submerged deep underground, this book is a spectacular tour of our early history. It tells a story spanning thousands of years, from the earliest human settlements to the great...

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The 500 hidden secrets of Vancouver  by Shannon McLachlan

The 500 hidden secrets of Vancouver

Shannon McLachlan

Book

Vancouver seems to have it all: a lively city center with trendy shops, a diverse cultural scene, clubs and bars for partying, impressive architecture, but also beaches and skiing areas close by. The beautiful wild natural surroundings are perfect for,...

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When the ship hits the fan by Rob Anderson

When the ship hits the fan

Rob Anderson

Large Print

"Rob Anderson was a magnet for trouble long before he went to sea at 15. But when he became Captain Rob Anderson, one of the youngest Australian masters ever, it was suddenly his responsibility to keep everything afloat - no easy feat when the seas w...

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Insiders' guide to Memphis by Rebecca Finlayson

Insiders' guide to Memphis

Rebecca Finlayson

eBook

Insiders' guide to Memphis on your list of possible places to relocate or visit? You'll find this practical guide an essential resource for comprehensive information about this fast-growing city.

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Perth  by David Whish-Wilson

Perth

David Whish-Wilson

Book

David Whish-Wilson's Perth is a place of surprising beauty, of sand-swept peace and brilliant light, yet a place where the deeper historical currents are never too far beneath the surface. Like the Swan River that flows in two directions at once at c...

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Darwin  by Tess Lea

Darwin

Tess Lea

Book

Darwin is a survivor, you have to give it that. Razed to the ground four times in its short history, it has picked itself up out of the debris to not only rebuild but grow... Darwin has known catastrophes and resurrections; it has endured misconceived...

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Canberra  by Paul Daley

Canberra

Paul Daley

Book

Canberra is a city of orphans. People arrive temporarily for work, but stay on because they discover unanticipated promise and opportunity in a city that the rest of the country loathes but can't really do without. Daley's Canberra begins and ends at...

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Stalin's Wine Cellar by John Baker

Stalin's Wine Cellar

John Baker

eBook

In the late 1990s, John Baker was known as a purveyor of quality rare and old wines. Always entrepreneurial and up for adventure, he was the perfect person for an occasional business partner to approach with a mysterious wine list that was foreign to...

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Icy graves  by Stephen Haddelsey

Icy graves

Stephen Haddelsey

Book

It is no secret that the Antarctic is one of the most dangerous, forbidding places for explorers to step foot in. The terrain is treacherous, the wildlife predatory and the climate fatal if not adequately prepared for. 'Icy Graves' uses a selection of...

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Clanlands  by Sam Heughan

Clanlands

Sam Heughan

Book

Two men. One country. And a lot of whisky. As stars of Outlander, Sam and Graham eat, sleep and breathe the Highlands on this epic road trip around their homeland. They discover that the real thing is even greater than fiction. Clanlands is the story...

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East Coast Australia  by Cristian Bonetto

East Coast Australia

Cristian Bonetto

Book

This guide is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Snorkel the Whitsundays, tour the Opera House or bushwalk at Wilsons Prom; all with your trusted travel companion. Discover...

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How to live Korean  by Soo Kim

How to live Korean

Soo Kim

Book

How to Live Korean takes a deep-dive into Korean culture, unpacking what it means to be Korean in all its forms and uncovering the way the locals think, what they enjoy getting up to and who they do it with. Whether it's Korean movie Parasite sweeping...

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The flightless traveller  by Emma Gregg

The flightless traveller

Emma Gregg

Book

Travel needn't cost the Earth: discover how to explore our beautiful world sustainably and responsibly with this definitive guide. Packed full of practical information about planning an air-mile-free adventure, from route planning to budgeting, accom...

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New Zealand's best trips  by Brett Atkinson

New Zealand's best trips

Brett Atkinson

Book

Discover the freedom of the open road with New Zealand's Best Trips. We've selected 25 amazing road trips through Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington, Marlborough, Nelson, Canterbury and Queenstown, from two-day escapes to eight-day adventures, and packed them...

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Sydney  by Delia Falconer

Sydney

Delia Falconer

Book

As I set out from the city's southern end, the sandstone walls beneath the Central railway line still held the day's heat ... The moon rose from the invisible harbour into a sky of such a deep royal blue it was almost hard to believe in. The street smelled...

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Melbourne  by Sophie Cunningham

Melbourne

Sophie Cunningham

Book

Melbourne's a city you get to know from the inside out - you have to walk it to love it. My favourite time to do this is at night. That's when you capture glimpses of people - eating, laughing, talking, arguing, watching TV and reading - through half...

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Hobart  by Peter Timms

Hobart

Peter Timms

Book

MONA has done a lot more than just rescue a flagging tourism economy. It has changed the city's body language, teaching it to stand up straight and look others squarely in the eye, even putting on a swagger in its step. From Hobart's convict legacy,...

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Brisbane  by Matthew Condon

Brisbane

Matthew Condon

Book

I keep coming back to the light of Brisbane. If you are born into it, this palette of gentle pinks and oranges at dawn and dusk, the blast white of midday in summer, the lemon luminescence of mid-morning and mid-afternoon, you keep it with you, and measure...

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Adelaide  by Kerryn Goldsworthy

Adelaide

Kerryn Goldsworthy

Book

A painting, a frog cake, a landmark, a statue, a haunting newspaper photograph, a bucket of peaches, pink shorts in parliament, concert tickets, tourist maps. Kerryn Goldsworthy's Adelaide is a museum of sorts, a personal guide to the city through a ...

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My four seasons in France  by Janine Marsh

My four seasons in France

Janine Marsh

Book

A little over ten years ago, Janine Marsh and her husband Mark gave up their city jobs in London to chase the good life in the countryside of northern France. Having overcome the obstacles of starting to renovate her dream home - an ancient, dilapidated...

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Drive your adventure. Norway  by Clémence Polge

Drive your adventure. Norway

Clémence Polge

Book

Travelling in a van is emerging as a popular way to see the world. Back to nature, away from mass tourism, you can experience a country in a way that's fresh, unscheduled, and autonomous. This book on getting the most from your trip to van-friendly N...

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Winds of the steppe by Bernard Ollivier

Winds of the steppe

Bernard Ollivier

eBook

Bernard Ollivier pushes onward in his attempt to become the first person to walk the entire length of the Great Silk Road. "A gripping account. More than just a travel story'this is a quest for the Other."'Alexis Liebaert, L'evenement Picking up where...

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Walking Broadway  by William J. Hennessey

Walking Broadway

William J. Hennessey

Book

Walking Broadway offers readers an architectural tour of the entire length of Broadway from Bowling Green to the Harlem River. Through fourteen structured walks the book not only presents the history of New York's most famous avenue, but also explores...

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Captain James Cook and the search for Antarctica  by James C. Hamilton

Captain James Cook and the search for Antarctica

James C. Hamilton

Book

During parts of his three voyages in the southern Pacific and Southern Oceans, Cook narrowed the options' for the location of Antarctica. Over three summers, he completed a circumnavigation of portions of the Southern Continent, encountering impenetr...

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