Cycling with a Rescued Street Dog: Stanfords Travel Writers Festival 2019

Ishbel Holmes was determined to cycle the world but her journey took a completely unexpected turn when she rescued a street dog in Turkey. Read More Cycling with a Rescued Street Dog: Stanfords Travel Writers Festival 2019

Paddling Britain and Beyond with Lizzie Carr: Stanfords Travel Writers Festival 2019

In 2016 Lizzie Carr became the first person to paddle board the entire length of Britain’s waterways. In 2017 she became the first woman to paddle board solo across the English Channel. In 2018 she became the first person to paddle board the entire length of the Hudson River. She combined her paddle boarding with raising awareness of plastic pollution. Read More Paddling Britain and Beyond with Lizzie Carr: Stanfords Travel Writers Festival 2019

The Story of Christian the Lion: Stanfords Travel Writers Festival 2019

Kicking off the 2019 Stanfords Travel Writers Festival at Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show, John Rendall talks to Julia Wheeler about the story that captured the imagination of the world. Read More The Story of Christian the Lion: Stanfords Travel Writers Festival 2019

Beastly Journeys: Unusual Tales of Travel With Animals. Jack Sparrow by Rachel A Davis

Beastly Journeys: Unusual Tales of Travel With Animals is a new anthology from Bradt focusing on true stories about travelling with animals. Writers include David Attenborough, Dervla Murphy, Gerald Durrell and Dom Tullet (the winner of last year’s Edward Stanford Travel Writers Awards New Travel Writer) to name a few. To celebrate its launch, we have a couple of the stories from the book for you to read online. Here is Jack Sparrow by Rachel A Davis.
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Beastly Journeys: Unusual Tales of Travel With Animals. Habibi by Sheelagh Reynolds

Beastly Journeys: Unusual Tales of Travel With Animals is a new anthology from Bradt focusing on true stories about travelling with animals. Writers include David Attenborough, Dervla Murphy, Gerald Durrell and Dom Tullet (the winner of last year’s Edward Stanford Travel Writers Awards New Travel Writer) to name a few. To celebrate its launch, we have a couple of the stories from the book for you to read online. Here is Habibi by Sheelagh Reynolds. Grab a cup of tea and have a read.
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