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- Pan Macmillan 2011; US$ 7.54
Part memoir, part travelogue, Tales From the Torrid Zone is rooted in his birthplace, the tiny tropical republic of Vanuatu where his father ran its hospital and his mother, in her front garden, built its first school. From this obscure South Seas group he ranges over the hot, wet, beautiful swathe of the world that has haunted him ever since ? dines... more...
- Pan Macmillan UK 2004; US$ 14.54
A wonderful personal journey through the tropics from the Observer's former chief travel correspondent.Part memoir, part travelogue, "Tales From the Torrid Zone: Travels in the Deep Tropics" is rooted in Alex Frater's birthplace, the tiny tropical republic of Vanuatu. From this obscure South Seas group, he ranges over the hot, wet, beautiful swathe... more...
- The History Press 2011; US$ 14.57
Edgar Evans was described by Robert Falcon Scott as 'a giant worker…an invaluable assistant'. Having joined the Royal Navy as a boy sailor at the age of 15, he rose rapidly to the rank of chief petty officer, serving with a young Scott on board HMS Majestic along the way. He took part in the Discovery Expedition of 1901-04, and was awarded the... more...
- Trinity University Press 2011; US$ 35.00
How does the human mind transform space into place, or land into landscape? For more than three decades, William L. Fox has looked at empty landscapes and the role of the arts to investigate the way humans make sense of space. In Terra Antarctica, Fox continues this line of inquiry as he travels to the Antarctic, the “largest and most extreme desert... more...
- D & M Publishers 2011; US$ 44.00
From the mid-fifteenth to mid-eighteenth centuries, the driving force behind world exploration was Europe's growing passion for the luxuries of life and for discovering the uncharted territories that provided these luxuries. We know the shape of the world today because ships, driven by wind and human muscle, were navigated into every last bay and... more...
- University of California Press 2012; US$ 34.95
Ross Dunn here recounts the great traveler's remarkable career, interpreting it within the cultural and social context of Islamic society and giving the reader both a biography of an extraordinary personality and a study of the hemispheric dimensions of human interchange in medieval times. more...
- The Lilliput Press 2012; US$ 14.57
A mesmerizing new biography of explorer Ernest Shackleton, lavishly illustrated with over a hundred photographs, maps and engravings, some of them appearing in print for the first time. Eighty years after his death, the extraordinary story of Endurance South Pole expedition still holds a compelling grip on the public imagination. Trapped in drifting... more...
- Summersdale 2012; US$ 9.99
An inspirational account of eight women on one very unique expedition Felicity Aston challenged women in many countries, asking if they could ski to the South Pole, as she set out to create the most international all-female expedition ever to the Pole. The team would not be experienced explorers but "ordinary" women who want to inspire others... more...
- Parthian Books 2012; US$ 6.99
John Harrison's great grandfather and grandfather sailed the Horn, in steam and diesel, out of Liverpool. John was the first generation not to sail the Horn or fight a war. Instead, he would go to the end of the world, beyond Patagonia, to Tierra del Fuego, find lost tribes, sail the waters of Coleridge's albatross and sit on Robinson Crusoe's imaginary... more...