The long-awaited final volume of an epic memoir of pedestrian travel.
Italy by train is "not for beginners."
The days of ordinary Afghanis, captured in the practice of an ancient craft.
Room Service Confidential: a hotelier's tell-all.
Following the lazy twists and turns of a river steeped in history and threatened by corruption.
Following some well-trodden paths in the quest to discover a life's purpose.
The rise of China's capital city may be the story of a new era. And it isn't over yet.
A magical ramble through the borderlands of East and West.
A modern exploration of the mysterious Incan city, and the history of its rediscovery.
The globe-trotting author celebrates the art of travel writing in a collection aimed to spark the reader's wanderlust.
A portrait of a vast and
little-known region of the globe rendered with affection, insight, and humor.
Returning to Africa in his first
travel book in more than a decade, the
Nobel Laureate examines African belief, and believers.
2,000 miles down the Indus with a writer stepping in the literary footsteps of Leigh Fermor and Chatwin.
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