Non-Fiction - Travel

Six Weeks in Africa

By Grahame Elson

Six Weeks in Africa is a nonfiction collection of travel memoirs written by Grahame Elson. Elson and his partner travelled throughout Africa in a series of week-long adventures. They carefully planned much of their trips beforehand, including the hotels and tour packages they’d be using....

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Journey through the Island of Rügen

A Classical Journey
By Arthur Strohmeier

Journey through the Island of Rügen: A Classical Journey by Arthur Strohmeier is a fresh rendition, a translation of the work of Johann Jacob Grümbke published in 1803, and a work of adventure with hints of sociology. In a collection of twelve letters, Grümbke describes...

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Paths to Pachamama

A Traveler’s Guide to Spirituality
By Joseph De La Cruz, Simon Vandekerckhove

Paths to Pachamama: A Traveler’s Guide to Spirituality by Joseph De La Cruz and Simon Vandekerckhove is a travel as well as a philosophical or spiritual memoir written by two independent travelers. The book is written by Joseph and Simon as a collaborative effort: the...

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In The Rearview Mirror

By Lee W Livingston

In the Rearview Mirror by Lee W Livingston is a spellbinding memoir that will certainly rekindle nostalgia in the hearts of Americans who lived through the sixties, a tale of two eighteen-year-olds, Lee and Dango, hitchhiking around America. The two young men had been to...

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Crossing the Wild Pacific

Captain's Log of the Yacht Argo
By Robert R. Tisch

Crossing the Wild Pacific (Captain's Log of the Yacht Argo) by Robert R. Tisch is a non-fiction adventure book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who are interested in learning about different cultures, different places, and being entertained...

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A Random Buzzard In Kathmandu

By Suzanne Link

A Random Buzzard In Kathmandu by Suzanne Link is a memoir written by Suzanne about her journey battling with cancer and her subsequent travel to the Himalayas. The narrative begins with her initial diagnosis of breast cancer and the chemotherapy and radiation she went through...

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Turning Left Around the World

David and Helene shared the adventure, the sights, the laughs …and even the tears
By David C Moore

Turning Left Around the World by David C Moore is a travel memoir of David and his wife Helene’s experiences traveling to several countries around the world for almost a year. In this book, David writes about how the idea for the trip came up...

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Your Crocodile Has Arrived

More True Stories from a Curious Traveler
By Laurie McAndish King

Author Laurie McAndish King weaves adventure, humor, and wisdom in her engaging collection of travel stories titled Your Crocodile Has Arrived: More True Stories from a Curious Traveler. The book chronicles her exciting and fascinating travel trips including details of religious relics, gypsies and immigrants,...

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Out of the Wild

7 Years in the New Zealand Wilderness
By Charlie Paterson

Out of the Wild: 7 Years in the New Zealand Wilderness is exactly what the title promises. It is Charlie Paterson’s vivid record of his struggle against everything – poverty, bureaucracy, loneliness, and ill-health – that undermined the roots of his dream to survive as...

Switzerland To Alaska: Just To Die

One man's journey of self-discovery in the Alaskan wilderness
By Kris Williams

Switzerland To Alaska: Just to Die by Kris Williams is an inspiring story about self-discovery; as the sub-title says, "One man's journey of self-discovery in the Alaskan wilderness." It is based on the true life events of artist and wanderer Ruedi Glauser, a natural born...

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