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Pay Attention to that “When to Go” Part…

Every guidebook covering a destination has a “when to go” section and most comprehensive travel articles do too. The problem is, a whole lot of people never read that part. They just look at the #beautiful photos on Instagram and assume
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
Chefchaouen houses Morocco

People and Places: Travel Stories From Morocco, Guatemala, Uruguay, and the Florida Keys

It’s time to dig a little deeper with Perceptive Travel, home to the best traveling stories on the web, all from wandering book authors. This month’s issue has three from returning writers, one from me, and some book reviews. Zora O’Neill,
Italy hedgehogs story in Perceptive Travel

Italian Hedgehogs, Rainy Norway, and a Tropical Kayak Trail

A new month, a new collection of great travel stories from Perceptive Travel, the online magazine I launched way back in 2006. Last month I announced that one of our stories was a double winner in the annual North American Travel
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How to Get Around Tampa Bay Without a Car

It’s no secret that most American cities were built for the age of cars and autos have taken precedence in urban planning since WWII. Florida’s population also exploded in the age of air conditioning, which means there isn’t much of an