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Against the Flow
Against the Flow Tom Fort
A journey through Eastern Europe
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Around The World In 80 Dates
Around The World In 80 Dates Jennifer Cox
The fabulously entertaining story of one woman's global dating tour in her search for the man of her dreams.
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At the Tomb of the Inflatable Pig
At the Tomb of the Inflatable Pig John Gimlette
In this uniquely written travel book, Daily Telegraph writer John Gimlette takes the reader on a rollercoaster journey through the tumultuous past, and extraordinarily colourful present, of Paraguay.
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A-Z of Hell: Ross Kemp’s How Not to Travel the World
A-Z of Hell: Ross Kemp’s How Not to Travel the World Ross Kemp
This is not one hell of a travel guide. This is a travel guide to hell.
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Being Indian
Being Indian Pavan Varma
A compelling journey through the paradoxes, myths and realities of India, by 'one of the country's most perceptive writers.' (Guardian)
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Blue Dahlia, Black Gold
Blue Dahlia, Black Gold Daniel Metcalfe
Blue Dahlia, Black Gold: A Jourrney Into Angola - ‘A rich and fascinating book about an overlooked African powerhouse by a travel writer of rare talent.’ TIM BUTCHER, author of Blood River and Chasing the Devil
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Catching Fireflies
Catching Fireflies Tony Rocca
In the bestselling tradition of Under the Tuscan Sun and Driving Over Lemons
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Death In The Afternoon
Death In The Afternoon Ernest Hemingway
Hemingway's classic portrait of the pageantry of bullfighting
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Erebus: The Story of a Ship
Erebus: The Story of a Ship Michael Palin
Michael Palin brings to life one of the greatest adventures of all time
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Five Hundred Mile Walkies
Five Hundred Mile Walkies Mark Wallington
Classic humour in the English countryside - 500 Mile Walkies.
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For A Pagan Song
For A Pagan Song Jonny Bealby
'A rollicking tale- No one has written a better travel book about the region since Eric Newby came down from the Hindu Kush.' - Daily Telegraph
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Geldof In Africa
Geldof In Africa Bob Geldof
‘Brilliantly written… as splendidly raw, ramshackle and powerful as its author’ - Boyd Hilton
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Green Hills Of Africa
Green Hills Of Africa Ernest Hemingway
'In a class by itself-the country, at all hours shines bright and clear in these pages' Daily Telegraph
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Green Men & White Swans
Green Men & White Swans Jacqueline Simpson
An enchanting guide to the stories and legends behind Britain's traditional pub names
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Home to Roost
Home to Roost Tessa Hainsworth
A warm-hearted, feel-good, laugh-out-loud story by a terrific natural writer. This is the third instalment of Tessa Hainsworth's escape from the rat-race with her actor husband to a Cornish seaside town.
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La Belle Saison
La Belle Saison Patricia Atkinson
A beautiful book celebrating rural life in France and the simple luxuries of good food, wine and friendship, by the author of the bestselling THE RIPENING SUN.
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Last Chance To See
Last Chance To See Douglas Adams, Mark Carwardine
Douglas Adams and Mark Carwardine lead us on an unforgettable journey in search of the world's most endangered species.
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Little Angels
Little Angels Phra Peter Pannapadipo
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Lois on the Loose
Lois on the Loose Lois Pryce
One woman, one motorbike, 20,000 miles across the Americas.
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On The Road To Mr Right Belinda Jones
THELMA AND LOUISE MEETS DIVAS LAS VEGAS:an unforgettable journey in search of The American Dream Guy by the bestselling author of The California Club
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On The Slow Train
On The Slow Train Michael Williams
An unashamed tug at the heartstrings for a lost era, a time before Dr Beeching chopped the heart out of the British countryside. Renowned railway writer Michael Williams takes us on 12 of the most beautiful and historic railway journeys in Britain.
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On the Slow Train Again
On the Slow Train Again Michael Williams
In a follow-up to the hugely successful On The Slow Train, here are twelve more of the most beautiful and historic railway journeys in Britain. Extravagantly well-reviewed, the Daily Mail eulogised author Michael Williams' ability to recreate 'a magical world barely changed since the golden age of rail'.
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Out of Steppe
Out of Steppe Daniel Metcalfe
Exploring his life-long fascination with the Silk Road, Daniel Metcalfe travels alone through remote regions of Central Asia in search of some of its lost peoples.
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