In Outlandish, acclaimed travel writer Nick Hunt takes us across landscapes that should
not be there, wildernesses found in Europe yet seemingly belonging to far-off continents:
a patch of Arctic tundra in Scotland; the continent's largest surviving remnant of primeval
forest in Poland and Belarus; Europe's only true desert in Spain; and the fathomless
An inspirational travel book about a solo and unsupported run across America, by a man who was told when he was young that he may never walk again
In 2018, Jamie McDonald embarked on his greatest adventure yet: running 5,500 miles (the equivalent of 210 marathons), solo and unsupported, coast to coast across America.
A charming collection of quirky insights into Japanese culture.The Magic of Japan is writer Hector Garcia's intensely personal account of his fifteen years in Japan. A self-professed otaku or Japanese anime geek since childhood, Garcia has worked for a Japanese software company, mastered the language, and become one of Japan's most popular bloggers.
From Cairo to Beirut is an illustrated travel memoir of the author's journey to retrace a 200-year-old route of Scottish artist David Roberts. Shinde traveled a route through Cairo, Sinai, Petra, Palestine, Israel, and Lebanon -- ancient lands steeped in natural beauty, culture, architecture, and history -- to sketch and discover a region far removed from the newspaper headlines.
Into the Arctic: Painting Canada's Changing North features perhaps the most ambitious body of artwork ever devoted to the Far North of Canada. Cory Tr panier journeyed to the Arctic five times between 2006 and 2018, travelling more than 60,000 kilometres to visit over a dozen Inuit communities and six national parks, sketching and painting en plein air the stunning landscapes he encountered.
At the sound of the bell on the last day of kindergarten, B.J. Hollars and his six-year-old son, Henry, hop in the car to strike out on a 2,500-mile road trip retracing the Oregon Trail. Their mission: to rediscover America, and Americans, along the way.
A magical, eye-opening account of a journey into a Europe that rarely makes the news and is in danger of being erased altogether. Another Europe. A Europe few people believe exists and many wish didn't. Muslim Europe. Longlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction 2021.
- A cultural exploration of the South of France, from Nice and Montpellier to the tiniest villagesThere's more to the South of France than sun, beaches, palm trees and the azure blue sea. For over a hundred years, it has been the favorite destination of many artists, who find themselves drawn to the superb light and the pleasant climate.
When you travel, you have a choice: You can be a tourist and have a nice time, or you can be a traveler and change your life. Why Travel Matters is for those who want to change their lives.
In conversations with drivers ranging from veterans of foreign wars to Indigenous women protecting one another, Di Cintio explores the borderland of the North American taxi.
Just Traveling celebrates overcoming distance and seeking difference as defining human traits. Following the scriptural witness of God as the Earthroamer, the book explores the liminal qualities of traveling through six movements: anticipating, leaving, surrendering, meeting, caring, and returning.
A trip to Tokyo's Asian market district, Ameyokocho, leads the protrag on a trip to hunt down the mysterious guyabano fruit Little does the protrag and their crew know that their curiosity will take them on a wild and mouth-watering trip to the Philippines.