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  • Something of the Nightby Ian Marchant

    Simon & Schuster UK 2012; US$ 19.61

    Who can say what the night might bring? Fireworks and frivolity? A party? Music and dancing? The night is where we have the most fun. Or you could be reading in bed, between clean sheets, before falling into deep restful sleep and sweet dreams. And who knows? The night might bring romance, or love or sex, if you play your cards right. Or the... more...

  • Cream Teas, Traffic Jams and Sunburnby Brian Viner

    Simon & Schuster UK 2011; US$ 19.61

    The British on holiday: how can four simple words evoke so many vivid images, images of raw sunburn and relentless rain, of John Bull's Pub (in Lanzarote) and Antonio's Tapas Bar (in Torquay), of endless queues to get through security at Manchester Airport, or Gatwick, or Glasgow, or Luton, and endless tailbacks on the M5, or M6, or M25, but also images... more...

  • Al Denteby David Winner

    Simon & Schuster UK 2012; US$ 22.63

    Imagine the River Tiber as an alimentary tract. Picture a hungry saint. Think of erotic Renaissance fruit paintings, transubstantiation and a tiramisu café where magic issurelyon the menu... This highly original interpretation of Rome's history, culture, art and religion takes the form of a book about food that's not really about food at all. During... more...

  • The Road of Bonesby Jeremy Poolman

    Simon & Schuster UK 2011; US$ 13.57

    The Road of Bonesis the story of Russia's greatest road. For over 200 years, the route of the Vladimirka Road has been at the centre of the nation's history, having witnessed everything from the first human footsteps to the rise of Putin and his oil-rich oligarchy. Tsars, wars, famine and wealth: all have crossed and travelled this road, but no-one... more...

  • High Heels and a Head Torchby Chelsea Duke

    Pan Macmillan UK 2009; US$ 14.54

    When Chelsea Duke took a year out to travel round the world alone, she had no idea what she was letting herself in for. Never having described herself as the outdoorsy type or having stayed in a hostel before, life on the backpacker trail held some rather unpleasant surprises. But by the end of the year she had amassed a range of survival techniques... more...

  • Surviving Australiaby Sorrel Wilby

    Pocket Books 2010; Not Available

    Visiting the Australian outback can be a wonderful experience, but it isn't all about boomerangs and koalas, kangaroos and didgeridoos. It can be a wild and dangerous place if you're not prepared. Here is the essential travel companion for enduring the toughest stuff this rugged continent can offer -- a veritable survivor's guide to managing the unexpected... more...

  • Travellerby Michael Katakis; Michael Katakis; Michael Palin

    Simon & Schuster Audio 2009; Not Available

    " How could I have known then with no maps acquired and my bags not yet packed that my journey had already begun?...The tools of a traveler are compass and map. They calculate distances covered and destinations sought but cannot measure the consequences of experiences on a human heart ," writes Michael Katakis in his introduction. Traveller is... more...

  • The Dark Touristby Dom Joly

    Simon & Schuster UK 2010; US$ 12.06

    'Dark tourism is the act of travel and visitation to sites, attractions and exhibitions which have real or recreated death, suffering or the seemingly macabre as a main theme' Ever since he can remember, Dom Joly has been fascinated by travel to odd places. In part this stems from a childhood spent in war-torn Lebanon, where instead of swapping marbles... more...

  • Lessons from the Land of Pork Scratchingsby Greg Gutfeld

    Simon & Schuster UK 2009; US$ 12.06

    Greg Gutfeld was a high-achieving New Yorker in therapy when he was posted to the UK to take up the position of editor of Maximmagazine. Once settled in London he had something of a cultural epiphany. Service and transport were poor and slow, food was soggy and came in tiny portions and the beer was warm. The British, he decided, viewed the world through... more...

  • Falling Off The Mapby Pico Iyer

    Knopf Canada 2012; US$ 15.95

    The author of Video Night in Kathmandu ups the ante on himself in this sublimely evocative and acerbically funny tour through the world's loneliest and most eccentric places. From Iceland to Bhutan to Argentina, Iyer remains both uncannily observant and hilarious. more...