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  • Suitcase Letters

    A Memoir of Travel, Adventure and New Beginnings by

    Suitcase Letters is a collection of letters written by the author, John Howse then 19 years old, to his Mother and family. Howse left Cootamundra, his small town in New South Wales, Australia, boarding a ship bound for Europe. His letters home ...


  • African Journey

    A Voyage on the Sea of Humanity by

    Fresh out of university in 1968, Tony Gaston set out to explore for birds in the Ahaggar Mountains of the central Sahara. Without a map or compass, he continued south to Niger and westwards to Liberia and Sierra Leone, traveling on trucks and buses ...


  • The Road to India

    My Fourteen Months Traveling Overland in Asia by

    The year is 1961. After five months touring Greece, Egypt, and the Middle East, Henry Holt's next five months traveling through the heart of India led him to amazing adventures: two weeks in the jungle hunting a man-eating tiger, a hike through the ...


  • Diary of a Mad Travel Writer

    Discovery and Misadventure on the Path Less Taken by

    When Carolyn Walton, journalist and mother of four, pitched her first travel story to the Ottawa Citizen in 1984, recounting her adventures in Rio de Janeiro, little did she realize that she was about to embark on a remarkable career that would span ...


  • My Oyster

    A life of traveling, exploring and becoming by

    What takes a Depression Era New Jersey girl to an Indian Ashram, a Neolithic village on the edge of the North Sea, an Italian nunnery, to stand in the grotto of an ancient Greek Oracle and walk with Chaucer's bawdy pilgrims on their way to ...


  • Free Pilgrim 2

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    In his first book, Free Pilgrim, published in 2016, author Nicholas Fung took his readers on a spiritual, mystical, and physical journey around the world, visiting countless amazing and inspiring sites both modern and ancient. In Free Pilgrim 2—the ...


  • Boondoggles

    Travels of a Restless Professor by

    One of Jerry’s greatest talents was creating research pretexts to travel to the far corners of the globe. He explored England and continental Europe, first as a student and later when he returned regularly for research. Once he had settled into his ...


  • To Each Their Own Camino

    One Woman's Walk Along Spain's Camino de Santiago by

    There I was, an average middle-aged woman living and working on Canada’s west coast. How, then, did I come to be walking this ancient path, family and friends left behind, and everything I owned in a pack on my back? Exchanging my office pumps for ...


  • Fidler on the River

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    In the summer of 1972, Bob Fidler and three others embarked on a month-long canoeing odyssey across Northern Ontario, following the Albany River from its source at Osnaburgh Lake all the way to Fort Albany on the doorstep of James Bay. A ...


  • SH?#! Happens

    Traveling With John and Leslie by

    Both John and Leslie enjoy traveling. While raising their family, Hawaii was a popular getaway destination. They have traveled to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, all across the Untied States and Europe. For the past few trips, it seems like Sh?#! ...