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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
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Martinique Grooves, Handmade Oaxaca, and Death in the Afternoon

It’s time for the October issue of Perceptive Travel, home to interesting travel stories from wandering book authors. This month we visit three exotic sounding places with lyrical names but go beyond the usual lyrical waxing about attractions and icons. Beebe
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Tango in Kenya, Boy Monks in Myanmar, and Green Gold in Washington State

Yes, it’s time for a new issue of Perceptive Travel, bringing you interesting travel narratives from wandering book authors since 2006. This month we visit three continents and explore areas that aren’t usually on the tourist map. Camille Cusumano returns with

Barricaded Hebron, Winter Outdoors in Quebec, & Cutting the Cheese in Mongolia

Ah yes, it’s a new month and there’s a new issue of Perceptive Travel online magazine, with the best travel stories from wandering book authors. In May we travel to diverse spots on the globe and also highlight some worthy travel-related
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India, Iceland, and Italy in a Very Different Light

Sometimes editor types joke about the “three I’s of travel” that grace so many magazine covers: Italy, Ireland, and India. They’re photogenic, look exotic, and have nice luxury hotels with ad money to spend. You’ll rarely find a travel magazine that