Travels With Myself And Another

Travels with Myself and Another by Martha Gellhorn

How did I live for 47 years without reading Martha Gellhorn?

She’s best known in some circles for her brief wartime marriage to the writer Ernest Hemingway, much to her chagrin. But she is better known as a brilliant war correspondent and travel writer, though she wanted to be remembered as a novelist.

In Europe


ineurope.jpgIn Europe: Travels Through the Twentieth Century

Vehicle-Dependent Expedition Guide

VDEG.jpgTen years after its original release — and at least eight years since second-hand copies began fetching astronomical prices on eBay — the bible of overlanding is available once more. It’s no longer an underground secret of expedition professionals, because independent travel should be accessible to anyone.

The Air-Conditioned Nightmare

milleraircon.jpgThough Henry Miller’s book on Greece, The Colossus of Maroussi, is generally regarded as his greatest achievement, he also wrote a second travel book which should be regarded as a definite classic of the genre.