Perceptive Travel Archive

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Underground rock in Malaysia, Enduring Burmese Tea, & a Cowboy at the End of the World

It’s time for the February 2015 issue of Perceptive Travel, home to great travel stories from book authors on the move. It’s not easy being a punk in Malaysia. Or a rocker. Or a punk rocker especially. Marco Ferrarese goes in search of a well-hidden Penang club to interview the man who

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Biking Britain End to End, a Quest in Guatemala, and Bloggers Searching for Strangeness

Welcome to 2015 and the first issue of Perceptive Travel, home to the best travel stories from wandering book authors. This time we bring you two narrative tales from different sides of the Atlantic, then go traipsing all over the world with our regular bloggers there. We’re happy to welcome Mary Jo

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Who’s the Guy Behind This Blog?

December is shaping up to be a record traffic month for this cheap travel blog, a mere 11 years after I launched it. More than 50,000 readers a month land here normally, which is more readers than a lot of magazines I’ve written for, so it’s a safe bet a lot of

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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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Aligator Mothers, a Greek Painting Monk, and Ziplining on the Edge of Danger

The November ’14 issue of Perceptive Travel is out, with some of the best travel stories on the planet from book authors on the move. This month we’ve got tales from Louisiana, Greece, and Southeast Asia. Judith Fein goes traveling in order to put aside the recent death of her mother, but