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whale watching in Baja

Borneo, Baja, Milan, and the Midwest

What do Borneo, Baja, Milan, and the Midwest have in common? Nothing really unless you happen to be reading the August issue of Perceptive Travel. Since 2006 I’ve been editing the online magazine featuring travel narratives from wandering book authors. No
Abkhazia ruined building

A VW Bus Road Trip, Forsaken Abkhazia, and Two Spots in Italy

We try to keep things interesting for you every month at Perceptive Travel online magazine, bringing readers some of the best travel stories from published book authors on the move. This time we have a batch of returning authors checking in
travel story on education in Benin Africa

Perceptive Travel Through Trekking, Learning, Celebrating, and Drinking

As we enter 2019, Perceptive Travel enters its 14th year of publishing great travel stories from book authors. So if nothing else, I’m persistent. Maybe a little stubborn too, because if I wanted to just gets lots of traffic and pump
overtourism around the world

Traveling to Places That Need You (Instead of Overtouristed Ones)

There’s a travel term you’re going to be hearing a lot of in the coming year: “overtourism.” I know this because I’ve been hearing it a lot at tourism conferences over the past year and the intensity is increasing. The term
A porous border travel story

A Nice Little Travel Romp Through Hated Countries and Trouble Spots

The new issue of Perceptive Travel is out and the title of this post could have gone a lot of ways. Like “3 Pariah States, 1 Civil War Zone, and a Good Place to Get Robbed.” Or “2 Destinations That Used