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Panther Soup
Panther Soup John Gimlette
A chance encounter with an American WWII veteran leads John Gimlette, the award-winning travel writer, on an astonishing journey through France, Germany and Austria.
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Phra Farang
Phra Farang Phra Peter Pannapadipo
An account - both compelling and compasionate - of a westerner’s metamorphosis into a practising buddist monk.
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Raw Spirit
Raw Spirit Iain Banks
A beautiful hardback gift-edition with a new introduction by Ian Rankin. Raw Spirit is a fascinating journey through Scotland's famous distilleries with legendary author Iain Banks
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Red Tape and White Knuckles
Red Tape and White Knuckles Lois Pryce
One Woman's Motorcycle Adventure Through Africa
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Reflections On A Summer Sea
Reflections On A Summer Sea Trevor Norton
A sensitive, funny and poetic story of love, friendship and marine biology.
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Running With The Moon
Running With The Moon Jonny Bealby
One of the best travel books I've read." - GQ"
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Seagulls in the Attic
Seagulls in the Attic Tessa Hainsworth
A warm-hearted, feel-good, laugh-out-loud funny story by a terrific natural writer. This is the second instalment of Tessa Hainsworth’s escape from the rat-race with her actor husband to a Cornish seaside town.
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Silk Dreams, Troubled Road
Silk Dreams, Troubled Road Jonny Bealby
Come Together on horseback: a blind date trip through remote Central Asia.
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The Mango Orchard
The Mango Orchard Robin Bayley
An extraordinary travel book which ranks up there with Sandra Cisneros's Caramelo, Tim Butcher's Blood River and even the great Bruce Chatwin.
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The Ripening Sun
The Ripening Sun Patricia Atkinson
THE RIPENING SUN plugs directly into the fascination for books by inspirational women who have dared to live their dream, such as EXTRA VIRGIN and THE OLIVE FARM.
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The Road To Somewhere James Dodson
A funny and moving travelogue about a father-son trip through Europe
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Theatre Of Fish
Theatre Of Fish John Gimlette
An extraordinary journey across the magnificent, bizarre coast of Newfoundland and Labrador.
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Tossers and Arseblowers
Tossers and Arseblowers J R Daeschner
Previously published as Eurotripping, Tossers and Arseblowers is a tour of twenty-first century Europe in all its bottom-blowing, goat-tossing, oil-wrestling glory.
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Travels With Boogie Mark Wallington
Classic humour in the English countryside - 500 Mile Walkies and Boogie Up the River now in one volume.
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True At First Light Ernest Hemingway
Written when Hemingway returned from his 1953 safari, and edited by his son Patrick, True at First Light is a rich blend of autobiography and fiction, a breathtaking final work from one of this century's most beloved and important writers.
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Under the Weather
Under the Weather Tom Fort
A humorous journey around Britain discovering the history of the eccentrics, crackpots and visionaries who have tried to measure and predict the weather, meeting people obsessed with the weather today and trying to define the effect of the weather on our national character.
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Up With the Larks
Up With the Larks Tessa Hainsworth
A warm-hearted, feel-good, laugh-out-loud funny story by a terrific natural writer. This is the account of Tessa Hainsworth’s escape from the rat-race with her actor husband and her first year as a postie in a Cornish seaside town.
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Visit Sunny Chernobyl
Visit Sunny Chernobyl Andrew Blackwell
Nuclear exclusion zones, cities thick with smog, mid-Pacific islands of rubbish - it's the planet as you've never seen it before
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Walk the Lines
Walk the Lines Mark Mason
An obsessive walks the entire London Underground system overground
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