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The 69 Greatest Fiction Travel Books of All Time

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Botswana & Namibia: travel books to read before you go. << This excerpt from Lonely Planet’s Botswana & Namibia guide provides a selection of travel literature to get you in the mood for your trip.

23 Books That Everyone With Wanderlust Should Read

If you love to travel, you'll love these 23 books

3 Books That Will Make You Quit Your Job And Travel The World Sooner Than You Ever Imagined

3 Books That Will Make You Quit Your Job And Travel The World Sooner Than You Ever Imagined?ref=pinp nn Quit your job and travel the world — we’vw all fantasized about that at least once or twice. Well today may be your lucky day my friend, as I am going to cover 3 books that changed my life and probably will for yours too. Warning!! They may cost you a job you were comfortable at, but...

The Best Women's Travel Writing 2011: True Stories from Around the World (Paperback)

The Best Women's Travel Writing 2011: True Stories From Around the World by Layinia Spalding. reading list

23 Books That Everyone With Wanderlust Should Read

23 Books That Everyone With Wanderlust Should Read Dying for at least a road trip, but it seems impossible; here are 23 resources to trigger your imagination and satisfy your wanderlust; maybe. #travel #books

The 20 best travel books of all time

The 20 best travel books of all time: Coasting by Jonathan Raban Coasting tells the story of the author's 4,000-mile journey around Britain in a 32-foot ketch, using only a compass for navigation. The story, like the voyage, digresses into personal memories, while the book is a metaphor for Raban's own life. "For years I coasted from job to job, place to place, person to person. At the first hint of adverse weather I hauled up my anchor and moved on with the tide," he said.

Destination at a glance: Norway

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