This month’s edition of Perceptive Travel features three new articles from travel authors on the move.

Laurie Gough, author of numerous travel books (including one of my favorite’s Kiss the Sunset Pig), explores Guyana’s Rainforest, one of the world’s last remote places where few humans tread.

In Israel is in my Passport, but is it in Me?, Emily Matcher, a self confessed casual American Jew,  takes a free Birthright Israel trip and encounters pressure, pleasure, and the conundrum of marrying outside the tribe.

Frequent contributor Michael Buckley is in Nomads’ Land when he heads for Tibet in search of a nomad horse racing festival.

Plus, as usual, there’s an eclectic collection of world music and travel books reviewed.

This month’s giveway is a set of six Nikwax products: Polar Proof, Softshell Proof, Fabric and Leather Proof, TX Direct Wash In, Tech Wash, and even Map Proof to extend the life of any paper items you’re carrying.

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Happy reading!

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Liz Lewis is a New Zealand based writer who favors wine tasting and food markets over bungy jumping and mountain climbing.