Category Archives: Travel book of the month

Turn Right At Machu Picchu Book Review

This month’s travel/ adventure book of the month is New York Times Bestseller, Mark Adams’s Turn Right At Machu Picchu.  In honor of the hundred year anniversary of Hiram Bingham’s discovery of Machu Picchu, Mark Adams decided to follow in … Continue reading

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March ’12 Travel Book of the Month Review Michael Levy’s Kosher Chinese

  This month’s travel book review is Michael Levy’s Kosher Chinese: Living, Teaching, and Eating With China’s Other Billion. In 2005 the Peace Corps sent Michael Levy, a kosher adhering  follower of Judaism, deep into China’s heartland to teach english … Continue reading

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September’s Book Review, The Sex Lives Of Cannibals

This month’s Travel Book Review is J. Maarten Troost’s hilarious travelogue, The Sex Lives of Cannibals. Fresh out of grad school with a degree in international relations, Troost finds himself adrift in life. Fortunately for him (and the reader) Sylvia, … Continue reading

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August’s book review Lost In Shangri-La

This Month’s Travel Book of the Month is Mitchell Zuckoff’s Lost in Shangri-La. Set in 1945 New Guinea the war is drawing to a close and a contingent of Army air corps in a remote base is becoming bored and … Continue reading

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June’s Travel Book Review Little Princes

Little Princes is this month’s Travel Book of the Month. A story of a man that set out with less than nobel intentions, yet found his way by making a difference in the lives of lost Nepalese children and their … Continue reading

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April’s Travel Book of the Month

“Like every other guide or wildlife lover who is eventually eaten or trampled, I felt I had a bond with this herd that would make me safe with them.” Peter Allison from Don’t Look Behind You.   April’s Travel Book … Continue reading

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March’s travel book review

Food, travel, and biting wit is the focus of GW Nunn Adventures travel book of the month. For March’s review we look at Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservation: Around the World on an Empty Stomach.” We have absolutely no reservations about … Continue reading

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