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trekking in Japan temple route

A Japanese Walking Pilgrimage, a Pet Camel, and a 25-cent Border Crossing

Plus there’s also that story about a time a guy visited a cave in Africa and found out while there that it might have had something to do with the Ebola outbreak… Yes, it’s time for another issue of Perceptive Travel,
Mali travel story from Djenne

Africa to the Arctic, Saigon to St. Augustine

We try to keep things interesting every month at Perceptive Travel online magazine, bringing readers the best narrative travel stories from around the globe, all from published book authors. Don’t take my word for it though. Each year we rack up
Traveling through Asia in the 1970s Kevin Kelly

70s Travel, Death on Karpathos Island, and the Kidnapping of Edward the Maasai

Sometimes the best travel stories have a raw power that transcends the style, the kind told round a campfire or over a few beers. We’ve got a few of those this month in Perceptive Travel, tales from the road that are
Maasai village travel story

Travel Stories on the Effect of Foreigners and the Evolution of Tribal Customs

Yeah I know, that title veers perilously close to something you would see on an academic paper instead of a travel blog. Sometimes when we put together the latest Perceptive Travel issue though, purely by chance we end up with a
Salvation Mountain California

Salvation Mountain, Lutherland Germany, and Looking for Yeti in Bhutan

It’s time for the April issue of the online magazine publishing the best travel stories online for more than 10 years: Perceptive Travel. Now that we’ve ditched the world music reviews and are putting out four narrative stories each month instead