Travel Books, Guides - Literature, Essays & Travelogues - Page 4

The Gold Machine: Tracking the Ancestors from Highlands to Coffee Colony By Iain Sinclair Cover Image
$18.95
ISBN: 9780861543731
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Published: Oneworld Publications - October 11th, 2022

A journey through time and space, grappling with the ghosts of empire

A New Statesman Book of the Year, 2021

‘Follow Iain Sinclair into the cloud jungles of Peru and emerge questioning all that seemed so solid and immutable.’ Barry Miles

From the award-winning author of The Last London and Lights Out for the Territory,


All the Happiness in the World By Monaco Books Cover Image
$40.00
ISBN: 9783969650868
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Published: Monaco Books / Kunth Verlag - November 19th, 2022

- A journey to the 30 happiest countries in the world- Looking into what exactly happiness is and if actually one can measure it- Gathers evidence from three different sources - World Happiness Report, authors, and local heroesEveryone strives for happiness - Aristotle already knew that. But what exactly is happiness? And can you measure it?


A House in Bali By Colin McPhee, James Murdoch (Introduction by) Cover Image
By Colin McPhee, James Murdoch (Introduction by)
$15.99
ISBN: 9780804853712
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Published: Tuttle Publishing - October 11th, 2022

"It remains one of the most penetrating and illuminating books on the island's elusive, alluring culture." -- National Geographic

A House in Bali tells the fascinating story of renowned writer and composer Colin McPhee's obsession with Balinese gamelan music, and of his journey to Bali to experience it first-hand.


The Coazze Notebook By Luigi Pirandello, Lisa Sarti (Translator) Cover Image
By Luigi Pirandello, Lisa Sarti (Translator)
$16.00
ISBN: 9781599541549
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Published: Bordighera Press - October 11th, 2022

"During his sojourn, the Maestro kept a notebook in which he recorded everything that caught his eye, from the natives' peculiar manners and dialect to the fast-changing scenery on his walks along picturesque trails. These notes and impressions gave way to poems, illustrations, and storylines, all merging into a seemingly experimental text encompassing graphic art, fiction, and autobiography.


Lights to Guide Me Home: A Journey Off the Beaten Track in Life, Love, Adventure, and Parenting By Meghan J. Ward, Caroline Van Hemert (Foreword by) Cover Image
$25.00
ISBN: 9781771603591
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Published: Rocky Mountain Books Incorporated - September 27th, 2022

This debut memoir is at once a captivating travelogue and an introspective look at what it takes to navigate the unfamiliar and find your way back home.


Ships In The Desert (SFWP Literary Awards) By Jeff Fearnside Cover Image
$14.95
ISBN: 9781951631154
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Published: Santa Fe Writer's Project - August 1st, 2022

In this linked essay collection, award-winning author Jeff Fearnside analyzes his four years as an educator on the Great Silk Road, primarily in Kazakhstan.


Going It Alone: Ramblings and Reflections from the Trail By Tim Hauserman Cover Image
$19.95
ISBN: 9781647790653
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Published: University of Nevada Press - August 2nd, 2022

Join author Tim Hauserman on his solo journeys through the Sierra Nevada and the forests of Minnesota. Hauserman shares his experiences hiking by himself through some of the most spectacular landscapes in the United States. Along the way, he confronts his conflicting desires to be alone in the wilderness, then facing profound loneliness and fear once he is there.


The Old Iron Road: An Epic of Rails, Roads, and the Urge to Go West By David Haward Bain Cover Image
$29.95
ISBN: 9781496230485
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Published: Bison Books - September 1st, 2022

In the summer of 2000 David Haward Bain and his family left their home in Vermont and headed west in search of America’s past. Spiritually, their journey began on a Kansas trail where the author’s grandmother was born in a covered wagon in 1889.