Each year, Lonely Planet chooses the world’s 10 “Best In Travel” destinations. And though we might not be able to visit Colombia in person, we can explore the country through Tom Feiling’s enlightening journey.
Each year, Lonely Planet chooses the world’s 10 “Best In Travel” destinations. And though we might not be able to visit Myanmar in person, we can explore the country through Karen Connelly’s haunting memoir.
This feeling of being an adult who’s somehow missed the path is exactly what Neil Hayward expresses in his unintentional memoir, Lost Among The Birds. Anyone who hopes to find themselves this year should read his book.
I’m sorry I didn’t tell you to pack extra cash, or better footwear. I’m sorry if I failed to clarify that most of our beverages wouldn’t naturally come with paper umbrellas in them. But I’m not sorry I invited you to Trinidad and Tobago with me…
In celebration of National Novel Writing Month, and every story (fact or fiction) that takes us somewhere, here are a few fiction writers whose books travel between the borders memoir and imagination.
These stories feature summer jaunts that threaten to end with autumn leaves. Yet each one shows how to turn those sunshine moments into a year-round affair. August just keeps getting better. . .
May the following travel quotes give us patience through all our delays…