Mark Pearson and Martin Westerman put together a collection of stories from college-aged travelers who traveled throughout Europe. The results are tales of mishaps, woes, and pleasant surprises, fit into 371 pages of unexpected adventure. Where there are youthful travelers there are spontaneous experiences, which make for some interesting situations. Most stories celebrate the risk […]
The best travel books are shared here, with brief excerpts from books published about travel and destinations around the world.
Divided into three distinct parts, Paul Otteson has created a traveler’s bible for planning an upcoming trip. The World Awaits How to Travel Far and Well, challenges you to understand yourself as a traveler, lays out planning and preparation guidelines, and explores the skills for facing unsuspecting calamities. A new travel approach has been discovered […]
A tale of Hardship and Beauty Excerpted by Melissa Santley Isadora Tattlin has created her own genre of a non-fictional work accounting each astonishing day for four school years living in Cuba as a housewife, mother and writer. Cuba Diaries is a Cuba noir – honest and graphic depictions of her observations taken from a […]
Why so Many travelers are discovering this “Black Sheep of Central America” By Joshua Berman and Randy Wood Nicaragua, the black sheep of Central America, is sorely misunderstood in the world. Since disappearing from the headlines in the early 1990s, life in Nicaragua has moved steadily forward, leaving behind in the rest of the […]