At Perceptive Travel blog, the beginning each new month means only one thing – a new edition of Perceptive Travel webzine filled with fascinating travel stories from travel writers on the go.
Here’s a preview of this month’s stories…
Shelley Seale visits Lake Evasi in Eastern Tanzania and discoveres that little is changed for the Hadzabe, one of Africa’s last remaining Bush Tribes that shuns the outside world.
Stateside, editor Tim Leffel visits Keeneland Racetrack in Lexington, Kentucky and bets on slow horses, checks out some stud farms, and develops a thirst for bourbon.
And up north in Alaska, regular contributor Amy Rosen enjoys the chance to sit back and relax while taking a trip on the Alaksa Railroad’s Denail Star North
And don’t forget to check out this month’s giveaway. For August, Perceptive Travel is wrapping up the summer by giving away a pair of Vasque Rift hiking shoes.
These come in a variety of colors for both sexes and have Vibram soles and leather uppers that lace to the toe.
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