The July issue of Perceptive Travel is now online, with plenty of good travel writing to enjoy while you are having your morning or afternoon coffee.
Frequent contributor Michael Buckley has a tale of picnicking among the ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
David Drotar travels just up the road from his home to see just how green the greens are in Vermont. You might just be surprised.
And guidebook writer Carolyn B. Heller makes her debut at Perceptive Travel with a story about being in China during the massive earthquake of May, 2008.
Book reviews this month include an insider’s perspective on what graphic novels are out there taking on the travel genre.
As for Perceptive Travel’s monthly giveaway – this month there’s a Lowe Alpine TT40 convertible backpack to be won. How can you win? Well, it’s a simple as becoming a newsletter subscriber, read the newsletter and enter the giveaway. Actually, it’s a little more than that – you have to answer a couple of questions based on the current issue as well.
So happy reading.
And a happy Fourth of July to the stateside readers.
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