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Why do the Poles leave Poland? Travel writer Ben Aitken booked a one-way ticket to Poznan to find out. This account of his year is a bittersweet portrait of an unsung country.
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Paul Henry reflects on his life and times in this homage to the land of the slightly shabby stars and stripes.
The bestselling exploration of the fascinating city-state, updated with a brand new chapter.
One millennial, six coach trips, one big generation gap.
Format: Hard Cover
A young doctor cycles round the world and discovers how societies treat their most vulnerable, in this thought-provoking and witty medical odyssey
'Some Japanese stories end violently. Others never end at all, but only cut away, at the moment of extreme crisis, to a butterfly, or the wind, or the moon.' - Brian Phillips
Rebecca West, introduction by Geoff Dyer
A travel literature classic. Introduced by Geoff Dyer: 'As a book about Yugoslavia it's a kind of metaphysical Lonely Planet that never requires updating'
A journey by sea along the western coasts of Ireland and Scotland in search of islands, both real and imagined.
A. Kendra Greene
Meet the obsessives and dreamers of this remote island nation, and travel through the collections of Iceland's eclectic museums and into its curious past.