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    Joshua Foer, Dylan Thuras and Ella Morton

    Atlas Obscura

    $64.00

    Inspiring equal parts wonder and wanderlust, Atlas Obscura is a phenomenon of a travel book that shot to the top of bestseller lists when it was fi...

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    Tim Butcher

    Blood River

    $18.00

    A compulsively readable account of an African country now virtually inaccessible to the outside world and one journalist's daring and adventurous j...

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  • Clara Chow

    Caves

    $15.00

    On her last trip abroad before the COVID-19 pandemic, Clara Chow visited Ipoh. Over three days, she explored cave temples, bank vaults and a suppos...

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    Tiffany Francis-Baker

    Dark Skies

    $38.00

    Darkness has shaped the lives of humans for millennia, and in Dark Skies, Tiffany Francis travels around Britain and Europe to learn more about noc...

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  • Jeff Gordinier

    Hungry

    $21.00

    Feeling stuck in his life, New York Times food writer Jeff Gordinier met Rene Redzepi, the Danish chef whose restaurant, Noma, has been repeatedly ...

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    Bruce Chatwin

    In Patagonia

    $24.50

    With its unique, roving structure and beautiful descriptions, In Patagonia offers an original take on the age-old adventure tale. Bruce Chatwin's j...

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  • William Dalrymple

    In Xanadu

    $24.50

    At the age of twenty-two, William Dalrymple left his college in Cambridge to travel to the ruins of Kublai Khan's stately pleasure dome in Xanadu. ...

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    Stefan Zweig

    Journeys

    $19.00

    Translated by Will Stone When I am on a journey, all ties suddenly fall away. I feel myself quite unburdened, disconnected, free - There is somethi...

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  • David Collier

    Morton

    $29.00

    A graphic memoir lamenting the loss of train travel, the grip of family, mortality, art, and the human condition, with many other digressions throw...

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