The latest edition of Perceptive Travel is online, so why not grab a cup of coffee or glass of wine and head off on an armchair adventure around the world.
In the clear waters of the Maldives, Michael Buckley becomes a ‘bubble creature’ and goes freediving with the giant and graceful Manta Rays who glide through the water like flying carpets.
Meanwhile another regular contributor, Edward Readicker-Henderson, goes ‘Japan strange’ and puts a new twist on the twisted in his article Osaka in the End.
And James Michael Dorsey heads into the jungle along side the Amazon River to meet up with The Shaman of San Regis, a female shaman who moves between the seen and the unseen world.
In the travel book review column, William Caverlee reviews another great selection of new and noteworthy travel books.
And Graham Reid is back with another eclectic selection of world music albums.
Plus, as usual, there’s a chance to win in the monthly travel gear giveaway.
This month, editor Tim Leffel has rounded up a pair of the new Veloce sport sunglasses from Tifosi Optics. They come with interchangeable lenses for different weather or light conditions.
Remember, you have to be in to win.
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