While we aren’t going anywhere, there are ways and means of experiencing the world without leaving home. Bring the world to you with travel tomes that will leave you wild with wanderlust.
Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It
(Bloomsbury Publishing – £9.99)
It was the cult classic that inspired an entire generation to embrace adventure and this collection of almost fifty short stories sees readers of Eat Pray Love share their own tales on how it changed their life.
Wish I Was Here
(Lannoo – £40.00)
Let your imagination dive into the deepest blue with this coffee-table worthy collection of carefully curated aerial and underwater photographs. Featuring the likes of Micronesia, Bora Bora and the Seychelles it’s what holiday daydreams are made of.
(Hodder & Stoughton – £12.99)
Join Coates as he cycles along the riverside from the Netherlands through Germany, France and Liechtenstein, discovering how the mighty Rhine helped shape a continent. If you have toyed with the idea of a river cruise, this will seal the deal.
(Little Brown Book Group – £13.99)
Anna has accumulated countless stories in her ten years as a travel journalist and Departures is a witty memoir of far-flung escapes and laugh-a-minute city breaks. If you’ve ever holidayed to get over a broken heart this one will strike a chord.
Into The Wild
(Pan Macmillan – £9.99)
More than ten years since it was published, the story of Chis McCandless and his yearning to leave civilization behind to seek out nature and solitude in the Alaskan wilderness feels as exciting, inspiring and dramatic as ever.
Islander: A Journey Around Our Archipelago
Granta Books – £20.00
There’s treasure to be found on our home shores and this mythical journey around the British Isles unfurls local legend, rare species and a look into the life of an islander. It’ll leave you with a newfound love of the place we call home.
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