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Sahara Dialogues, Mexican Wildlife, and Hiking with Teddy Roosevelt

After we took a vacation in August, Perceptive Travel is back with a new issue for September. As usual we bring you travel stories you haven’t seen in a dozen other places already, digging deeper into places and people around the world. This time award-winning contributor James Dorsey is back with another

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A Trip to Hell, Stuck in Chinese Purgatory, and Sunnier Encounters in Baja

It’s time for the May issue of Perceptive Travel, a Gold award winner as best online travel magazine from the two major travel writing trade organizations. We like to think we live up to that title by going beyond the fluff and the linkbait, taking the long route to the next destination

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Are Your Electronics Ready for the Rigors of the Road?

In my travels and moves abroad, I’ve witnessed many deaths. Not many human ones, actually, but scores of electronic ones. In my own family there’s been a cracked laptop screen (bunched-up x-ray machine in the airport), a broken smartphone screen (dropped on a hotel bathroom floor), a failed hard drive (daughter’s laptop

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Holiday Visit to Chernobyl, 7 a.m. Baseball in Cambodia, & Biking Through Bountiful Oregon

It’s time for the March 2015 issue of Perceptive Travel, home to great narrative travel stories from book authors on the move. This month we have a story about a place that’s not at the top of most editors’ coverage list right now: Ukraine. You probably will start seeing stories about it

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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