Fast-kill Falcons, NYC Wildlife, and the Well-hung Lama

Sure, these stories are about travel in Wyoming, New York City, and Bhutan, but you can rely on Perceptive Travel to give you a unique slant on these destinations. So go check out the January 2011 issue for great new stories from Rachel Dickinson (Falconer on the Edge), Ayun Halliday (No Touch Monkey!), and Beth Whitman (Wanderlust and Lipstick).

Then you can peruse the travel book reviews from Susan Griffith (Work Your Way Around the World) and world music reviews from yours truly.

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Comments
  1. Strom anbieter

    I wonder how well hung taht lama was? maybe next time you enclose a picture!

  2. Frank

    What a funny drawing. I loaded it for my mobile phone as background. :)

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