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The land of maybe  by Tim Ecott

The land of maybe

Tim Ecott

Book

"Following the natural cycle of the year, The Land of Maybe captures the essence of 'slow life' on the 18 remote, mysterious islands which make up the Faroes in the North Atlantic. Closer to the UK than Denmark, this fast disappearing world is home to...

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Louis Vuitton  by Francisca Mattéoli

Louis Vuitton

Francisca Mattéoli

Book

"A beautifully illustrated journey through the history of travel - and traveling in style - from one of the world's preeminent fashion brands. The mid-19th and early 20th centuries heralded new means of transport and equipment and, with them, new and...

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The road taken  by Bryan P. Simmons

The road taken

Bryan P. Simmons

Book

"In 1972, five college graduates set out on a remarkable transcontinental bicycle journey from North Carolina to Oregon. This true story of determination, camaraderie, and finding strength and kindness of strangers along the way invites the reader to...

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Sew on the go  by Mary Jane Baxter

Sew on the go

Mary Jane Baxter

Book

"In 2016, Mary Jane Baxter did what many people dream of: she quit her job at the BBC, rented out her flat and headed for the hills. Her home for the next few months was an upcycled 1986 Bedford Bambi campervan with a top speed of 60mph. She raided skips...

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2,000 miles together  by Ben Crawford

2,000 miles together

Ben Crawford

Book

"As his six children slept on the dirty floor of a women's restroom while a blizzard howled outside, Ben Crawford had one thought: Have I gone too far? The next morning, Child Protective Services, along with an armed sheriff, arrived to ask the same ...

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Beaches

Beaches

Book

"Whether you're planning a getaway or just want to visit some of the world's most inspirational outdoor destinations from the comfort of your couch, You Are Here: Beaches is the perfect wanderlust guide. Pairing gorgeous photography with caption and....

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Secrets of the Titanic  by J. I. (James Ireland) Baker

Secrets of the Titanic

J. I. (James Ireland) Baker

Book

"More than one hundred years after the "unsinkable" Titanic sunk after colliding with an iceberg in the North Atlantic, the tragedy continues to haunt us. That's partly thanks to the movies - notably James Cameron's 1997 blockbuster, Titanic - that have...

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Onward, backward! ; by Bennett Voyles

Onward, backward! ;

Bennett Voyles

Book

"1,500 kilometers. 500,000 years of history. One crazy family. Three hundred thousand people complete the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage every year, but not many of them attempt both the French and Spanish legs in one summer, and virtually no one would...

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The art of patience  by Sylvain Tesson

The art of patience

Sylvain Tesson

Book

"The Art of Patience sees the renowned French adventurer and writer Sylvain Tesson undertake an expedition to the mountains of Tibet in search of the famously elusive snow leopard. After the publication of The Consolations of the Forest (2014), Sylvain...

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Heading south  by Tim (Journalist) Richards

Heading south

Tim (Journalist) Richards

Book

"Freelance travel writer and Lonely Planet guidebook contributor Tim Richards decides to shake up his life by taking an epic rail journey across Australia. Jumping aboard iconic trains like the Indian Pacific, Overland and Spirit of Queensland, he covers...

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The road trip survival guide  by Rob (Family travel blogger) Taylor

The road trip survival guide

Rob (Family travel blogger) Taylor

Book

"During the COVID-19 pandemic, we've all had to find different ways to travel. From the disruptions of airlines to the possibility of many travel restrictions at your destination, the car has become a more attractive (and safer) option. One part Bushcraft...

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Italy  by Brett Atkinson

Italy

Brett Atkinson

Book

"Lonely Planet's Italy is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore over two millennia of European art and architecture in Rome, discover the Escher-esque maze of ski...

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Naples, Pompeii & the Amalfi Coast  by Cristian Bonetto

Naples, Pompeii & the Amalfi Coast

Cristian Bonetto

Book

"Lonely Planet's Naples, Pompeii & the Amalfi Coast 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 the views in scandalously stunning Positano, wander the ruins of the Roman...

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Germany  by Marc Di Duca

Germany

Marc Di Duca

Book

"Lonely Planet's Germany is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore the beautiful Black Forest, marvel at Cologne's cathedral, and cruise along the Rhine; all with ...

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Greece  by Simon Richmond

Greece

Simon Richmond

Book

"Lonely Planet's Greece is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore the elegant Acropolis, climb to witness the magnificent Meteora, and tour the venerable landmarks...

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Greek islands  by Simon Richmond

Greek islands

Simon Richmond

Book

"Lonely Planet's Greek Islands is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Meander the twisting, cobbled alleyways of Rhodes' Old Town, venture into the hollow caldera of Ni...

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Andalucía  by Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Andalucía

Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Book

"Lonely Planet's Andalucia is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Hear flamenco live in its Seville-Jerez-Cadiz heartland, marvel at architectural jewels like Seville's...

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Spain  by Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Spain

Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Book

"Lonely Planet's Spain is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Launch into Barcelona's whirl of nightlife, wander the stunning rooms of the Alhambra, and take your pick of...

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Portugal  by Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Portugal

Gregor (Travel writer) Clark

Book

"Lonely Planet's Portugal is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Lose yourself in the labyrinthine alleyways of the Alfama district in Lisbon, explore the mysterious, f...

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Morocco  by Stephen Lioy

Morocco

Stephen Lioy

Book

"Lonely Planet Morocco is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore the medina and tanneries in Fez, hop between kasbahs and oases in the Draa Valley, or catch a wave...

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(Not quite) mastering the art of French living  by Mark Greenside

(Not quite) mastering the art of French living

Mark Greenside

Book

"A Wall Street Journal Bestseller! In in the tradition of Peter Mayle's A Year in Provence, let the author of I'll Never Be French introduce you to Brittany a world of color and flavor that most of us only fantasize about. Every year upon arriving in...

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The best things in life are free  by Joseph Bindloss

The best things in life are free

Joseph Bindloss

Book

"The second edition of Lonely Planetâs The Best Things in Life are Free is the ultimate guide for travellers who want to find the best value for their next trip. From parks, museums and exercise classes that are free, to insider ideas on food and dri...

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Japan from anime to Zen  by David Watts Barton

Japan from anime to Zen

David Watts Barton

Book

"This friendly guide offers concise but detailed demystifications of more than 85 aspects of ancient and modern Japan. It can be read in sequence, or just dipped into, depending on the moment's need. Explanations go much deeper than a typical travel guide...

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Among flowers  by Jamaica Kincaid

Among flowers

Jamaica Kincaid

Book

"In this travel memoir, the acclaimed novelist Jamaica Kincaid chronicles a three-week trek through Nepal, the spectacular and exotic Himalayan land, where she and her companions are gathering seeds for planting at home. The natural world and, in par...

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Sigeric and his journey to Rome  by Cecilia Weston-Baker

Sigeric and his journey to Rome

Cecilia Weston-Baker

Book

"Walking long distance across a large part of Europe is quite daunting. You tell your friends you're going to walk from the southeastern-most tip of the UK across France, over the massive range of the Alps and down to Rome and they look at you as though...

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Take more vacations  by Scott Keyes

Take more vacations

Scott Keyes

Book

"This book offers a new strategy that can lead to cheaper fares and more trips. The author shows why cheap flights never have to be inconvenient ones, he gives steps you can take to get a good fare, and more"--Publisher's description.

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A trip of one's own  by Kate Wills

A trip of one's own

Kate Wills

Book

"Kate Wills wasn't expecting to be divorced after 6 months of marriage. She wasn't expecting to be remaking a life that had, for the last 12 years with her partner, seemed so stable and fixed. But at 33, this is where she found herself. Luckily, her job...

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The lost boys of Montauk  by Amanda M. Fairbanks

The lost boys of Montauk

Amanda M. Fairbanks

Book

"In the tradition of the #1 New York Times bestseller (and Academy-Award nominated film) The Perfect Storm, and with a nod to Steven Gaines' dishy tell-all, Philistines at the Hedgerow, a riveting account of a fishing boat and its four young crewman lost...

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Depart

Depart

Book

"Instagram is the number one source for photography talent and breath-taking locations to spend the night and enjoy the sunrise. Curated by The Sizoo Brothers, Depart unveils the whereabouts of some of the best locations, making this an inspirational...

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Slow trains around Spain  by Tom Chesshyre

Slow trains around Spain

Tom Chesshyre

Book

"Between soaring mountains, across arid deserts, parched plains and valleys of fruit orchards and olive groves, down glittering coastlines and along viaducts towering above plunging ravines there is no better way to see Spain than by train. Tom Chesshyre...

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Great world wonders  by Michael Turtle

Great world wonders

Michael Turtle

Book

"In Great World Wonders, travel enthusiast and writer Michael Turtle offers a curated guide to the best UNESCO World Heritage sites around the globe, each with a fascinating tale and insight into our shared humanity. Opulent palaces let us peek into the...

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Unforgettable journeys

Unforgettable journeys

Book

"There is no better way to see the world than to move through it, taking your time. These once in a lifetime journeys will stay with you forever.Get inspired by whatever mode of transport you love most - on foot, by bike, by car, on the water or rails!...

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Discover France in 100 destinations  by Franck Ferrand

Discover France in 100 destinations

Franck Ferrand

Book

"Beautifully illustrated with color photographs, this book showcases the very best of France's myriad delights us through its UNESCO World Heritage Sites, splendid castles, beautiful towns, great museums, and natural wonders. The compact, fully-illus...

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Take the slow road  by Martin Dorey

Take the slow road

Martin Dorey

Book

"Forget hurrying. Forget putting your foot down and racing through sweeping bends. Forget the understeer (whatever that is). Forget the blur of a life lived too fast. This is a look at taking life slowly. It's about taking the time to enjoy journeys and...

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Veggie hotels

Veggie hotels

Book

"Features the best hotels from the VeggieHotels (R) and VeganWelcome (R) websites, with gorgeous photos and detailed information on each property's special features from cooking classes to yoga retreats. From vegan surfing camps to luxury hotels, fro...

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Wales  by Kerry (Travel writer) Walker

Wales

Kerry (Travel writer) Walker

Book

"Lonely Planet's Wales 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 Wales Coast Path, surf the pounding waves of the Gower Peninsula, and explore awe-inspiring Conwy...

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Scotland  by Isabel Albiston

Scotland

Isabel Albiston

Book

"Lonely Planet Scotland is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Sip the water of life, whisky, in an ancient pub, trace the trails of the clanspeople fleeing Glen Coe, or...

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Great Britain  by Isabel Albiston

Great Britain

Isabel Albiston

Book

"Lonely Planet's Great Britain is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Puzzle the mysteries of Stonehenge, sip whisky in Scotland, and hike the mountains of Wales; all with...

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England  by Tasmin Waby

England

Tasmin Waby

Book

"Lonely Planet's England is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Experience the singular charm of the Lake District, gaze up at the dreamy spires of Oxford, or kick back...

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Great Britain  by Damian Harper

Great Britain

Damian Harper

Book

"Lonely Planet's Best of Great Britain is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore London's museums, sip whiskey in Scotland, and hike in Snowdonia; all with your tr...

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My French platter  by Annemarie Rawson

My French platter

Annemarie Rawson

Book

"When Annemarie and her husband, Steve, leave their life in New Zealand to manage a 15th-century farmhouse in France, they have no idea they'll end up homeless. No idea they'll need to live in filth, rely on dilapidated equipment and deal with a bell...

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Broken heels and bicycle wheels  by Larry (Lawrence) Blair

Broken heels and bicycle wheels

Larry (Lawrence) Blair

Book

"As 2018 drew to a close I embarked on what was to be my grand odyssey, a North - South walk of Aotearoa. Following the Te Araroa route, I was to walk 3,000km over the next six months. Spoiler: I didn't. After some ups and downs, I binned that idea and...

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Explore Australia 2022

Explore Australia 2022

Book

"Now in a flexibound format for in-car use, Explore Australia 2022 covers more of the country than any other Australian guidebook. Now in its 38th edition, this seminal guidebook includes details on over 700 regional towns across the country, includi...

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Moon USA national parks  by Becky Lomax

Moon USA national parks

Becky Lomax

Book

"From misty mountains in the east to the redwoods in the west; from the glaciers of Alaska to the volcanoes of Hawaii, Lomax shows readers the top experiences in each park. Whether you're trekking to striking vistas, rafting wild rivers, or camping under...

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Dear Mr. Len!  by Len Wilson

Dear Mr. Len!

Len Wilson

Book

"Len's first overseas adventure was as part of a delegation of New Zealand university graduates to People's Republic of China in 1977 and he has been constantly traveling since then. This book covers over 40 years of travel to over 35 countries. Len's...

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Spain  by Anthony Ham

Spain

Anthony Ham

Book

"Lonely Planet's Best of Spain is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Binge on fine art and nightlife in Madrid, wander Barcelona's cobblestone lanes, and explore charm...

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Uprising  by Nic Low

Uprising

Nic Low

Book

"Armed with Ngai Tahu's ancient oral maps and modern satellite atlas, I crossed the Southern Alps more than a dozen times, trying to understand how our forebears saw the land. What did it mean to define your identity by sacred mountains, or actually see...

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The Monocle book of Japan

The Monocle book of Japan

Book

"The Monocle team celebrates the endlessly fascinating and culturally rich country of Japan. Ever since it launched in 2007, Monocle has had a rich and deep connection with Japan. From day one the magazine has had a Tokyo bureau – which today also en...

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Lost and found along the way  by Ron Williams

Lost and found along the way

Ron Williams

Book

"The Camino or The Way to Santiago is a five-hundred-mile, thirty-three-day walk across Spain's extreme conditions to reach the beloved Cathedral of Santiago. Ron “Willie” Williams walked The Way two and a half times, a total of twelve hundred miles....

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Slow trains to Venice  by Tom Chesshyre

Slow trains to Venice

Tom Chesshyre

Book

"Do you love trains? Do you love adventure? If so, join Tom Chesshyre on his meandering rail journey across Europe from London to Venice. Escaping the rat race for a few happy weeks, Chesshyre indulges in the freedom of the tracks. From France (dogged...

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Thailand  by Anirban Mahapatra

Thailand

Anirban Mahapatra

Book

"Lonely Planet's Best of Thailand is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Get caught up in Bangkok's energy, sample fresh local food in Chiang Mai, and relax in luxury on...

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Costa Rica  by Mara Vorhees

Costa Rica

Mara Vorhees

Book

"Lonely Planet's Best of Costa Rica is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Lounge on sugar-white beaches in Southern Nicoya, spot sea turtles in Tortuguero, and catch the...

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The art of exploration  by Levison Wood

The art of exploration

Levison Wood

Book

"Levison Wood talks about his secrets of discovery for the first time in this revealing manual of what it means to be an explorer in the modern age. The man who has walked the Nile, the Himalayas and the Americas discusses his lessons from a life on the...

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Mud, rocks, blazes  by Heather Anish Anderson

Mud, rocks, blazes

Heather Anish Anderson

Book

"Despite her success setting a self-supported Fastest Known Time record on the Pacific Crest Trail in 2013, Heather "Anish" Anderson still had such deep-seated insecurities that she became convinced her feat had been a fluke. So two years later she set...

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Sydney's best harbour & coastal walks  by Katrina O'Brien

Sydney's best harbour & coastal walks

Katrina O'Brien

Book

"First published in 2007 this book has been Australia’s bestselling walking guide ever since, with over 85,000 copies sold. Each walk specifies the distance, the grade and the estimated duration and is accompanied by an accurate full-colour map. Snippets...

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Day trip Sydney  by Andrew Grune

Day trip Sydney

Andrew Grune

Book

"With a trip for every week of the year, Day Trip Sydney takes you to mountains, waterfalls, swimming holes, forests, coastlines, urban parks, Aboriginal cultural sites, historic architecture, hidden spots and more. Each adventure includes directions...

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Hidden travel  by Stephen W. Brock

Hidden travel

Stephen W. Brock

Book

"Have you ever had a magic moment on a trip that so moved you, you knew you'd remember it forever? Hidden Travel shows you how to experience more such moments anywhere, even at home. While most travel guidebooks reveal sights that matter to others, H...

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Westering  by Laurence Mitchell

Westering

Laurence Mitchell

Book

"From Great Yarmouth to Aberystwyth, Westering is a coast-to-coast journey crossing the Fens, Leicester, the Black Country and central Wales. It connects landscape, place and memory to evoke a narrative unravelling the deep topography, and following a...

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Waypoints  by Robert Martineau

Waypoints

Robert Martineau

Book

"A spellbinding travel book, exploring the psychology of pilgrimage, wilderness and walking. Unhappy in his office job, Robert Martineau craves an experience that will shake his feeling of inertia. Aged twenty-seven, he buys a flight to Accra, and begins...

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Voyagers  by Nicholas Thomas

Voyagers

Nicholas Thomas

Book

"In Oceania, the distinguished anthropologist Nick Thomas charts the course of the seaborne migrations that populated the islands between the Americas and the western coast of Asia from late prehistory onwards: firstly the colonization by speakers of...

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Black girls take world  by Georgina Lawton

Black girls take world

Georgina Lawton

Book

"Black Girls Take World is the global travel bible for adventurous explorers and travel newbies looking to engage with the concept of solo travel. Packed full of inspiring essays, advice on budgeting, eating alone, reducing carbon footprints and dealing...

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The art of being a tourist at home  by Jenny Herbert

The art of being a tourist at home

Jenny Herbert

Book

"In "The Art of Being a Tourist at Home", Jenny Herbert takes us on a journey through our neighbourhood streets and our local parks, through museums and libraries, art galleries and bookshops. There's wonder to be found in the theatre and music-making...

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Great Britain's best trips  by Anthony Ham

Great Britain's best trips

Anthony Ham

Book

"Discover the freedom of the open road with Lonely Planet’s Great Britain’s Best Trips. This trusted travel companion features 36 amazing road trips, from 2-day escapes to 2-week adventures. Wind through majestic Welsh mountains, visit quaint English...

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Istanbul  by Virginia Maxwell

Istanbul

Virginia Maxwell

Book

"Lonely Planet's Istanbul is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Shop in the colourful bazaars, visit the majestic Aya Sofya basilica, or take a ferry to the Black Sea;...

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California  by Brett Atkinson

California

Brett Atkinson

Book

"Lonely Planet's California is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Paddle in the Pacific, trek through desert oases, and watch fog tumble over the Golden Gate Bridge; all...

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California's best trips  by Amy C. Balfour

California's best trips

Amy C. Balfour

Book

"Discover the freedom of open roads while touring California with Lonely Planet’s California’s Best Trips, your passport to up-to-date advice on uniquely encountering California by car. Featuring 33 amazing road trips, from 2-day escapes to 2-week ad...

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Florida  by Anthony Ham

Florida

Anthony Ham

Book

"Lonely Planet's Florida is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Snorkel in the Keys, explore the magic of Walt Disney World resort, and marvel at Miami's art deco maste...

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Miami & the Keys  by Regis St. Louis

Miami & the Keys

Regis St. Louis

Book

"Lonely Planet Miami & the Keys is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore the art-deco streets of South Beach, spot alligators amongst the Everglades' mangroves, or...

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National parks of America  by Amy C. Balfour

National parks of America

Amy C. Balfour

Book

"Welcome to the great outdoors! The second edition of Lonely Planet's bestselling National Parks of America features three newly created parks (Indiana Dunes, Gateway Arch and White Sands) and a complete update and refresh of all existing park profiles....

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Epic hikes of Europe

Epic hikes of Europe

Book

"Lace up your hiking boots for the next in Lonely Planet's highly successful Epic series, this time exploring 50 of Europe's most rewarding and beautiful hikes. From the sun-kissed regions of Southern Europe, including Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain,...

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Dálvi  by Laura Galloway

Dálvi

Laura Galloway

Book

"A DNA test suggesting she shared some genetics with the Sami people, the indigenous inhabitants of the Arctic tundra, tapped into Laura Galloway's wanderlust. An affair with a Sami reindeer herder led her to abandon her high-flying New York life for...

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USA's best trips  by Karla Zimmerman

USA's best trips

Karla Zimmerman

Book

"Discover the freedom of the open road with Lonely Planet's USA's Best Trips. This trusted travel companion features 51 amazing road trips, from 2-day escapes to 2-week adventures. Cruise down the California Coast, gaze up at the Rocky Mountains, or ...

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500 walks

500 walks

Book

"Explore the diverse cultural and historical legacy of the world's greatest writers, artists and composers on foot. This unique trans-continental culture trip around the world presents a series of inspiring walks, treks, and hikes that vary between e...

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Caribbean islands  by Paul Clammer

Caribbean islands

Paul Clammer

Book

"Lonely Planet's Caribbean Islands is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Set sail from Tortola, snorkel in Aruba's clear waters, and feel the music in Cuba; all with y...

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California  by Amy C Balfour

California

Amy C Balfour

Book

"Lonely Planet's Best of California is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Taste the wines of the Sonoma Valley, explore Alcatraz, and drive California's iconic Highway...

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Waterlog  by Roger Deakin

Waterlog

Roger Deakin

Book

"Inspired by John Cheever's classic short story, "The Swimmer," Roger Deakin set out from his moat in Suffolk to swim through the British Isles. The result of his journey is a maverick work of observation and imagination"--Publisher's description.

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Keep pressing on, brother  by Noel Braun

Keep pressing on, brother

Noel Braun

Book

"Noel Braun commenced his working career as a country school teacher, then moved into a corporate career, which took him from Melbourne to Perth and Sydney. He has had a lifelong passion for writing and wrote the first words of his novels over forty years...

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Travel North America  by Jeralyn Gerba

Travel North America

Jeralyn Gerba

Book

"Following the success of their first book Travel Anywhere, Fathom's latest book Travel North America pays homage to the stories, histories, landscapes and cultures of the vast and diverse North American continent. The future of travel is set to keep...

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Provence & the French Riviera  by Rick Steves

Provence & the French Riviera

Rick Steves

Book

"Stroll breathtaking coastlines, explore Roman ruins, and soak up some sun in the South of France with Rick Steves! Inside Rick Steves Provence & the French Riviera you'll find: -- Comprehensive coverage for spending a week or more exploring Provence...

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Motorcycle odyssey  by Nicholas Brookland

Motorcycle odyssey

Nicholas Brookland

Book

"Travel like a pro in a country where bribing cops is normal! Everyone knows someone who's ridden the length of Vietnam. What if you could do the same? For us Kiwis and Australians, it's difficult finding decent material about motorcycling in Vietnam....

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#wanderlust  by Sabina Trojanova

#wanderlust

Sabina Trojanova

Book

From the most Insta-worthy global backdrops to the best places to hang out and feel inspired with fellow travelers, #wanderlust presents a carefully curated selection of the hottest travel stories and spots. Popular Instagram travelers with huge foll...

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Hello Sandwich Japan  by Ebony Bizys

Hello Sandwich Japan

Ebony Bizys

Book

Hello Sandwich Japan is for people who value good aesthetics, good food and rich culture – people who will enjoy the craziness of Tokyo's neon playground just as much as the peaceful Buddhist getaway of Mount Koya. Japan may be one of the world's tra...

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Notes from a small island  by Bill Bryson

Notes from a small island

Bill Bryson

Book

After almost two decades in Britain, Bill Bryson took the decision to move back to the States for a while, but before leaving his much-loved home in North Yorkshire, Bryson insisted on taking one last trip around Britain - a farewell tour of the green...

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People of the sea  by James Wharram

People of the sea

James Wharram

Book

Long before Western man 'discovered' them, the 'People of the Sea', as many inhabitants of the South Pacific called themselves, had a vibrant, socially sophisticated culture in which travel on water played an essential part. For sixty-five years James...

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Go lightly  by Nina Karnikowski

Go lightly

Nina Karnikowski

Book

This sustainable travel handbook inspires readers to explore our fascinating planet without causing it further harm. Ten chapters help you go lightly, including how to choose the least impactful methods of travel, how best to protect wildlife, how to...

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The living mountain  by Nan Shepherd

The living mountain

Nan Shepherd

Book

"The Living Mountain is a lyrical testament in praise of the Cairngorms. It is a work deeply rooted in Nan Shepherd's knowledge of the natural world, and a poetic and philosophical meditation on our longing for high and holy places. Drawing on differ...

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