Trapped in my apartment I pulled Joan’s books off the shelf. I wanted to learn again from her meticulous observation of detail, character and setting, and her great sense of irony.
Most travel writers gloss over their misfortune while traveling, but the best parts of Fenton’s iconic book are often when he tells us how things went wrong.
When Tim Teeman was growing up, W.A. Poucher’s “The Welsh Peaks” was the ideal guide to the mountains of Snowdonia, Wales. Practical and evocative, Poucher made every walk magical.
Many of us worldwide are stuck at home, which means it's the perfect opportunity to escape with a great travel book. Our first selection? Aldous Huxley's "Along the Road."