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Atlas of Remote Islands: Charles Veley Has Been to Most of Them!
Beth Simmons reviews Judith Schalansky's Atlas of Remote Islands and talks with world traveler Charles Veley, who has visited many of them.
Blue Highways: An American Road-Trip Classic
GoNOMAD presents excerpts from William Least Heat-Moon's classic American road-trip journal Blue Highways.
The Lost Girls and the Wander Year
The Lost Girls and the Wander Year: Three Friends. Four Continents. One Unconventional Detour around the World
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An Irreverent Curiosity: The Search for the Savior's Foreskin
David Farley takes the reader along on his quest to locate the Holy Foreskin, one of the Catholic Church's more infamous relics that mysteriously went missing in 1983.
Ten Women with Wanderlust: Female travelers recount their adventures
Ten Women with wanderlust: Female travelers recount their adventures
Italian Without Words: Using Hand Gestures in Conversation
Italian gestures and meanings: Diane Hales writes about how to interpret Italian hand gestures and how to use them in conversation - italian hand gestures

Travel Sounds 7 minute Interview segments

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Listen to GoNOMAD editor Max Hartshorne talk travel:

Big Bear Lake CA
Lewiston, Maine, Toulouse 
Sevierville,  Tennessee, 
Nord Pas-de-Calais France 
Nova Scotia,   Champagne France Portland, Maine   Belize 

Go Green, Girlfriends! 10 Earth-Friendly Getaways for You and Your Friends
Stacey Sorensen writes about how girlfriends can show their concern for the environment by planning earth-friendly excursions.
Why We Can't Stop Talking About Eat, Pray, Love
Esha Samajpati writes about Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert -- the book, the movie, and the international phenomenon.
Life-Changing Travel Adventures
An excerpt from Suzanne Stone's book, Volunteering Around the Globe: Life-Changing Travel Adventures which recounts the experience of volunteers in countries around the world.
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Travel books from GoNomad.
How To Travel the World for Free
How to Travel the World for Free: Michael Wigge traveled from Germany to Antarctica, more than 25,000 mile over 150 days without any money. Here's how he did it and how you can do it too!
Traveling the World Without Taking Flight
Seth Stevenson writes about his travels around the world taking cargo freighters, trains, and even bikes, but never a plane.
Smile, Your Camera Loves You
Your Camera Loves You: love it back. An excerpt from Khara Plicanic's new book about how to shoot better photographs
Travels in Siberia' Examines a Lost Territory
‘Travels in Siberia’ Examines a Lost Territory
Six Hundred Feet Beneath Manhattan: A Visit to the Land of the Sandhogs

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New York City | David Grann of the New Yorker magazine writes about a trip beneath Manhattan where sandhogs are building a third water tunnel to keep the city supplied with water, underneath manhatta ...
Tracing the Rise and Fall of the Inca Empire
An excerpt from Inca Trails by Martin Li about an arduous journey by mule through the mountains of Bolivia and Peru.
Kook: What Surfing Taught Me About Life, Love, and Catching the Perfect Wave
Kook: an excerpt from Peter Heller's book about learning to surf in Mexico
To Hellholes and Back: Traveling to Some of the World's Worst Places
To Hellholes and backL bribes, lies and the art of extreme tourism by Chuck Thompson
Europe on 5 Wrong Turns a Day
Europe on 5 wrong turns a day.
Do Travel Writers Go to Hell?
Do travel writers go to hell?

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