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Demons in Sumatra, Waterfall Jumping in Mexico, and a Bleak Tour of Russia

It’s time for the year-end issue of Perceptive Travel online magazine, home to great travel stories from book authors on the move. We’ve got some demon dancing, some extreeeeme adventures (say it like an ad announcer for full effect), and some village touring in the land of scowls. Plus some good and

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Martinique Grooves, Handmade Oaxaca, and Death in the Afternoon

It’s time for the October issue of Perceptive Travel, home to interesting travel stories from wandering book authors. This month we visit three exotic sounding places with lyrical names but go beyond the usual lyrical waxing about attractions and icons. Beebe Bahrani returns for another tale from Spain, this time in Tarragona.

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Paddling West Papau, Overnighting in a Turkish Prison, and those Dogon Hidden People in Mali

It’s time for the August 2014 issue of Perceptive Travel, where I happen to be founder and editor. It launched in 2006 and is still alive and kicking, so we must be doing something right. This month we go off the beaten path, waaayyy off in fact. If we were trying to

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Blood Rites in Taiwan, Rare Butterflies in Guatemala, and a North Korean Border Encounter

With that title you probably know…it’s time for a new collection of the best travel stories on the web. The July issue of Perceptive Travel is out now and we go wandering in pursuit of some strange angles. Luke Armstrong is back with another tale from his adopted home of Guatemala, following

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Bamboozlers in Borneo, Bushmen in Tanzania, and the Other Side of the Yucatan

There may be a chance, because of how the travel industry conference circuit plays out, that I’ll be in Cancun three times this year. This turn of events is certainly not something I planned, wished for, or ever imagined. So for my TBEX blogger brethren who will soon be wondering how they