The October issue of Perceptive Travel webzine

There’s plenty of action and adventure in this month’s Perceptive Travel webzine with articles from three distinct corners of the world by three regular PT writers.

First up is Tony Robinson-Smith’s account of the many obstacles to be found while hiking the Long Range Traverse in Newfoundland.

On the other side of the world, Tim Brookes discovers that 104 Percent Humidity in Bangladesh means everything is wet irregardless of whether you are inside or out.

And in Central America, Luke Armstrong discovers the only way of  Surviving Loco in Guatemala is to climb up the rafters in his hostel.

The monthly  eclectic collection of world music reviews and travel book reviews provides ideas on what to add to your Christmas wish list.

And this month’s giveaway something that pretty much every traveler could use: a pair of pants!

But not just any pair of pants: it’s the Granite Creek pants from convertible pants with zip-off legs. If a woman wins it’s the regular lightweight travel pants version.

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