Welcome to 2012 and a whole new year of great travel articles at Perceptive Travel.

 

Editor Tim Leffel has a Chiapas Misadventure in the wild adventure capital of Mexico


 

Jessica Lee travels the countryside of Kenya by bus, learning about the country’s peculiar acronym-laden buffet of Christianity.

 

Regular contributor Joshua Berman goes on a sunrise photo quest  before dawn in Tikai.

This first issue of the year is rounded of with Graham Reid’s world music reviews and William Caverlee’s travel book reviews.

 

And on it’s fifth anniversary, Perceptive Travel has some neat stuff to give away: the :P^cubed adventure travel pants from Clothing Arts.They’re tough as nails and water-resistant too. You can check out editor Tim’s l P^cubed pants review here).

What’s more, Clothing Arts is generously offering to ship these worldwide as well, so if you live outside the U.S., this is your month!

To win, you’ll have to watch your inbox for our newsletter or follow us on Facebook. If you’re not on our monthly e-mail newsletter list, sign up  here.

 

 

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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.