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Fermor, Patrick Leigh, author.
An essay on walking is elevated by an infectious enthusiasm for the road leading to the splendors of all things Byzantine and Greek.
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Chaudhuri, Amit, 1962- author.
Memory and reportage evoke the eternal city of Kolkata which transcends globalization and modernity.
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Kirkpatrick, Julie, 1968-
When a mother and daughter walk the ancient pilgrimage of Camino de Santiago they discover history and themselves.
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Callan, Kevin.
Glorious adventures and even more hilarious misadventures in Ontario's magnificent woodlands and waterways are retold by an irrepressible outdoorsman.
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Gilbert, Elizabeth, 1969-
A woman's transformational journey transcends pleasure and devotion achieving balance and harmony.
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Savage, Candace Sherk, 1949-
Coyotes and cougars lurk in the wild and dinosaurs haunt the past of the still landscape of southwestern Saskatchewan.
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Theroux, Paul.
A magnificent railway odyssey evokes a unique grand continental tour from the Orient Express to the Trans-Siberian line.
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Krakauer, Jon.
Unencumbered by money and belongings a young man immerses himself in the splendor of nature and vanishes into the wild.
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Parks, Tim.
The train journey is a metaphor for an epic voyage into the essence of beauty and absurdity of Italy itself.
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Bullough, Oliver, 1977-
This intriguing hybrid of biography and social analysis is also a vivid and perceptive travelogue of a vast and complex nation.
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Richler, Jacob.
The author's personal culinary journey crosses Canada from sea to sea to sea.
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Lebovitz, David.
In this travelogue and romance a chef and cookbook author's revels in his passionate love affair with a magnificent and maddening city.
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Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968.
The Nobel Prize winner travels across America of the sixties riding with his poodle Charley in his truck whimsically named Rocinante.
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Strayed, Cheryl, 1968-
An 1,100 mile solo hike along an exquisite and excruciating trail is the crucible for a lonely young woman's spiritual rebirth.
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Mayle, Peter.
Moving into an old farmhouse in the countryside between Avignon and Aix is the beginning of an exciting and hilarious new life for a British couple.