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  • Between Extremesby Brian Keenan; John McCarthy

    Transworld 2011; US$ 14.38

    In 1986 Brian Keenan and John McCarthy were forced to take a journey without maps. For the next four years they were incarcerated in a Lebanese dungeon. From the blank outlook of a tiny cell, with only each other and a few volumes of an ancient American encyclopaedia to sustain them, they could only wander the wide open spaces of their imagination.... more...

  • Time Out Dubai 4th editionby Time Out Guides Ltd

    Ebury Publishing 2011; US$ 20.78

    Dubai and the rest of the United Arab Emirates is an extraordinary mixture of ancient Arabic culture and modern Western capitalism. The most opulent hotels in the world fight for attention with open tracts of desert that stretch, uninhabited, to the horizon. Hundreds of kilometres of sandy beaches, which run into the warm and clear waters of the Arabian... more...

  • Tehran, Lipstick And Loopholesby Nahal Tajadod

    Little, Brown Book Group 2010; US$ 15.84

    A wry and humorous account of the author's quest to get her Iranian passport renewed. She embarks on a bizarre and circuitous journey, meeting a colourful cast of characters along the way: two photographers who specialise in Islamic portraits, a forensic surgeon who trades in human organs, a madam who wants to send prostitutes to Dubai and a grandmother... more...

  • The Rough Guide to Jerusalemby Daniel Jacobs

    Rough Guides 2009; US$ 18.99

    The Rough Guide to Jerusalem is the ultimate travel guide with clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best attractions the holy city has to offer. Find practical advice on what to see and do in Jerusalem whilst relying on up-to-date descriptions of the best Jerusalem hotels, restuarants bars, cafés and shops from bare-bones budget to lap-of-luxury... more...

  • Tehran, Lipstick And Loopholesby Nahal Tajadod

    Little, Brown Book Group 2010; Not Available

    A wry and humorous account of the author's quest to get her Iranian passport renewed. She embarks on a bizarre and circuitous journey, meeting a colourful cast of characters along the way: two photographers who specialise in Islamic portraits, a forensic surgeon who trades in human organs, a madam who wants to send prostitutes to Dubai and a grandmother... more...

  • Shadow of the Silk Roadby Colin Thubron

    Random House 2012; US$ 15.98

    On buses, donkey carts, trains, jeeps and camels, Colin Thubron traces the drifts of the first great trade route out of the heart of China into the mountains of Central Asia, across northern Afghanistan and the plains of Iran into Kurdish Turkey. Covering over 7000 miles in eight months Thurbron recounts extraordinary adventures - a near-miss... more...

  • Hello Dubaiby Joe Bennett

    Simon & Schuster UK 2011; US$ 19.79

    Boom town, modern marvel, commercial hub, where middle-east meets wealthy west, playground for tourists, crawling with ex-pats, built by Indians, owned by Arabs, Dubai has risen from next to nothing to an awful lot in little more than thirty years. How? And can it go on? Has it sold itself to the corporate dollar? Is it anything more than a mall in... more...

  • The Root of Wild Madderby Brian Murphy

    Simon & Schuster 2006; Not Available

    Wisdom of a Turkmen proverb. The Root of Wild Madder opens with an invitation that flows from the same ancient inspiration. "A carpet is poetry itself," an Iranian carpet merchant declares to author Brian Murphy. "You just have to learn to read them." So begins a journey. It follows Persian carpets from the remote villages of Afghanistan... more...

  • A Hedonist's Guide to Bakuby Ben Illis

    Hg2 2010; US$ 12.00

    Once the richest oil city in the world, several decades of Soviet occupation left the capital of Azerbaijan leagues behind the competition. Now a new wave of oil money and development has fed Baku?s growth into one of the most excitingly developing cities on the globe. In this, the first English language guide to Baku in the world, Hg2 unveils a city... more...

  • Let's Go Israelby Inc. Harvard Student Agencies

    Avalon Travel 2011; US$ 21.99

    Any book can direct you to Jerusalem's Western Wall or Bethlehem's churches, but only the intrepid student researchers of Let's Go Israel can lead you headlong into this ancient destination's blossoming new identity as a study abroad haven and budget traveler's dream. Relax on a beach in Haifa, snorkel in the waters of Eilat, visit Petra's tombs... more...