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    An Englishman in Colombia

    by Wood, David
    Murder, cocaine, street mugging, bombs and aggressive Amazonian Indians combined with exotic beach resorts and colourful characters make David Wood's book on Colombia an interesting and adventurous loo...
    • Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
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    The Art of Wandering

    by Merlin Coverley
    From the author of Pocket Essentials London Writing, Occult London, Psychogeography and Utopia, Merlin Coverley’s latest offering on The Art of Wandering is a philosophical history of that strange but...
    • Publisher: Oldcastle Books
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    Coast - Our Island Story

    by Crane Nicholas
    Coast is a definitive narrative of Nicholas Crane’s journey of discovery around the edges of Britain and Ireland and the culmination of five years presenting the BBC’s successful series. On a j...
    • Publisher: BBC Books
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    Under Asian Skies

    by Sam Manicom
    • Publisher: Sam Manicom
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    Slow Train to Guantanamo

    by Millar Peter
    Starting in the ramshackle but romantic capital of Havana, Peter Millar travels with ordinary Cubans, sharing anecdotes, life stories and political opinions to the far end of the island, the Guantanamo...
    • Publisher: Arcadia Books
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    Against The Flow

    by Tom Fort
    In Against the Flow, Tom Fort wades through Eastern Europe revisiting the places he made on a trip twenty years ago, in light of two decades of deep and far reaching changes on the continent....
    • Publisher: Arrow
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    The Bridge: A Journey Between Orient and Occident is Geert Mak’s tale of Istanbul’s past and present as represented by the Galata Bridge, which has spanned the Golden Horn since the sixth century and i...
    • Publisher: Vintage
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    The Travels of Sir John Mandeville

    by Sir John Mandeville
    The Travels of Sir John Mandeville is an intriguing blend of fact, exaggeration and absurdity offers both fascinating insight into and subtle criticism of fourteenth-century conceptions of the world....
    • Publisher: Penguin
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    India is poised to become one of the world's three largest economies in the next generation and to overtake China as the world's most populous country by 2032. Well before then India's incipient...
    • Publisher: Abacus
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    Bad Land

    by Jonathan Raban
    Jonathan Raban takes the reader on an enthralling journey into the least populated and least known region in the United States, Montana, and finds there the heart and soul of the country. Bringing t...
    • Publisher: Macmillan
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    My Happy Days in Hell

    by Gyorgy Faludy
    "My Happy Days in Hell (1962)" is Gyorgy Faludy's grimly beautiful autobiography of his battle to survive tyranny and oppression. Fleeing Hungary in 1938 as the German army approaches, acclaimed p...
    • Publisher: Penguin
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    On the Road to Kandahar describes author Jason Burke’s journey in the summer of 1991 to join Kurdish guerillas fighting in Iraq. His remarkable journey took him from the sands of the Sahara to the...
    • Publisher: Penguin
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