This month’s Perceptive Travel webzine has definitely lived up to it’s tag line of having ‘the best travel stories from authors on the move.”
Michael Buckley goes swimming with spotty monsters in the Philippines.
Beebe Bahrami heeds her grandfather’s advice and ends up walking down a stream in Iran and up a creek in Spain.
And David Drotar heads for Western Canada and channels bears and salmon in Goldi-lox and the Three Bears.
William Caverlee reviews three fascinating travel books – Moby-Duck, Hiking the Continential Divide Trail, and Sweetness and Blood.
And on the world music review column, editor Tim Leffel discovers a retro collection of Cuban ballroom music, the MarchFourth Marching Band, and struggles through Bjork’s Biophilla.
This month’s giveaway is a Chrome Mini-metro Buckle Bag. Ideal for local day tripping around town or as a day pack while traveling.
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