The June edition of the Perceptive Travel webzine offers more great travel writing.

venice apartment

In The Covert Cassanova Tour, author Tony Perrottet sets out to do Venice right and relies on Cassanova’s notorious sex memoir The Story of My Life to help him.

Toronto CN Tower

in My Life and Times with the CN Tower, Amy Rosen visits Toronto’s famous tower (once the world’s highest) and looks at how childhood memories aren’t always 100% accurate.

Death Valley travel

In Into the Valley of Life Chris Epting goes on a camping trip with his son to Death Valley and wonders why a place so full of life (if you know where to look) is still being called Death Valley.

And editor Tim Leffel looks at three diverse music albums in this month’s world music reviews.

Plus this month’s giveaway  for Perceptive Travel readers is a pair of the awesome Tag sunglasses from Costa del Mar (Tim’s been wearing them for the past month and loving them –  you can read his  Costa Tag review here.

There are only two ways to get the clues you’ll need to enter: Watch your inbox for our newsletter or follow us on Facebook. If you’re not on our monthly e-mail newsletter list, sign up by clicking on the newsletter box at the top right of Perceptive Travel’s homepage.

 

And don’t forget about the trip around the world for two giveaway –  airline tickets, a grand tour in Southeast Asia, a Eurail pass, a rental car for a week, a whole slew of travel gear, and more!

There will be a new finalist each week for the rest of June.

To get the details and enter weekly click on a trip around the world.

 

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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.