If you are looking for great travel writing, then the Perceptive Travel webzine is your kind of place. Each month, editor Tim Leffel comes up with three inspiring feature stories that draw the reader into adventures and travels around the world.
And this month’s edition is no exception.
In Nome and the Speed of Sound Through Materials, travel writer Edward Readicker-Henderson explores the northern finger of Alaska, searching for ghosts and instead finds a reindeer named Velvet protected by a a dog named Stinger.
On the other side of the world, Michael Buckley is Paddling the Islands of Palau, discovering strange birds while heading for the place where ‘the good ship Antelope was smashed to smithereens.’
And in The Great Divide of China Megan Eaves examines the gap between rich and poor in China’s unheated classrooms.
And this month’s giveaway is the very cute but handy Nantucket Laptop Tote from Overland Equipment.
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