Perceptive Travel Archive

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Greek Mysteries, French Beauty, and a Voodoo Priest in Benin

It’s time for the new issue of Perceptive Travel, the best online travel magazine for 10 years running. We’ve got some more great stories from book authors on the move. Award-winning regular contributor James Dorsey goes in search of a famed voodoo practitioner in Benin, where the spirit worlds and physical worlds

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A Fixer in Laos, Sweden by Bike, and Smoking Stromboli

When a new issue of Perceptive Travel online magazine comes out, you can be assured of reading something you haven’t seen elsewhere. Since we don’t have to please cruise lines, hotel chains, or airlines pimping their business class cabins, we can avoid all of those listicles, “best of” posts, and “the hot

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Uzipis Republic, Mole in Oaxaca, and Life-changing Switzerland

Come inside from the heat and check out the August issue of Perceptive Travel. We’ve got stories from Lithuania to Mexico by way of Switzerland and shine a light on some good new books and music releases. Chances are you’ve never heard of the Uzupis Republic. It’s a tiny breakaway state located

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Beduoins in Jordan, Animists in China, and Artists in a Racing Town

It’s a new month and time for a new issue of Perceptive Travel, this time bringing you stories from Asia, the Middle East, and Florida. Our returning book authors this month travel by plane to two foreign lands and, in my case, across one state in a car. David Lee Drotar last

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Malaysia, Sayulita, and Vancouver in the new Perceptive Travel Issue

It’s a new month and time for a new issue of Perceptive Travel, the decade-old, multi-award-winning online magazine where I’m editor. Each issue puts out some of the best travel stories you’ll find on the web, plus reviews of mew world music releases and new travel books worth checking out. This time