Travel is one of our favourite activities. From the hustle of bustle of the mega-cities to sleepy mountain towns to the tranquillity and isolation of tropical islands, we love to get out there and explore the world.But globe-trotting also comes with its pitfalls. Wherever there are travellers, there are swindlers looking to relieve individuals of their money, possessions and sometimes even more. To avoid su...
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The Correct Line – Uganda under Museveni is Olive Kobusingye’s rare, honest and foreceful testimony of life in Uganda under the rule of the NRM. It recounts the author’s experiences of betrayal under the rule of Muesveni, and the experiences of her friends and relatives after protesting against the abuses of power the Ugandan government have indulged in.
For those who need encouragement in taking up the pleasures of the long-distance footpath, a good beginning might be Chapter 1 ("A: Adventure"). If you want to know what to bring with you, look at Chapter 12 (L: Lists) and if you want to consider whom to bring with you, check out Chapter 3 (C: Companions), Chapter 11 (K: Kids) or even 4 (D: Dogs).
An irreverent homage to the '95 travel classic Notes from a Small Island, wherein Ben Aitken retraces Bill Bryson’s journey as precisely as possible – same hotels, same plates of food, same amount of time in the bath – before finishing outside his house on Christmas Eve.