For more great travel stories, look no further than the June edition of Perceptive Travel webzine.
Michael Shapiro heads to Arizona to visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s Humble Desert Palace. Built 75 years ago, the low-slung building, called Taliesin West, recedes into the land, almost becoming one with the desertscape.
On the other side of the world, Tim Leffel goes from red to green in Bulgaria as he walks and wanders through the countryside. Along the way, he discovers villages where ‘farm to table’ is simply the norm.
And Luke Armstrong finds clear and prescient danger in Morocco, both on the steep mountain trails and in the company of spiritual trinket buyers.
This month’s world music review column by Laurence Mitchell features the Mountain Music Project, Serbian brass band star Boban Markovic, and trumpet fusion from Lebanon.
And the monthly travel book review column by Susan Griffiths looks at an anthology of travel stories by eminent British travel writers, an autobiographical story of becoming a mother and finding family in India, and an entertaining cycle journey from the tip of Cornwall to the top of Scotland – pub by pub.
As for this month’s giveaway, editor Tim Leffel has two copies of a best-seller – The $100 Start-up – that might just change your life. Written by Chris Guillebeau, author of The Art of Non-Conformity (see Tim’s review here), this book is a concrete guide to success on your own terms
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