Cambodian Picnics, Green Vermont, and Being Stuck in an Earthquake Zone

Yes it’s time for another fine issue of Perceptive Travel, where we circle from Cambodia to China to Vermont, then go around the world again with a rundown of graphic travel novels from Marie Javins.

Michael Buckley goes picnicking at the ruins of Angkor Wat, Carolyn B. Heller finds herself in an earthquake zone in China on the week the earth shook, and upstate New Yorker heads to Vermont to see if all those green living claims are for real.

As always, we’ve got a giveaway going on and anyone who is a Perceptive Travel newsletter subscriber has a shot at it. This month we’re giving away a nice carry-on convertible 40-liter backpack from Lowe Alpine. See the Perceptive Travel home page for details and a link to it and sign up for the newsletter at the top right of the page to get in on the action from now on.

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