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"The Best Travel Writing 2010" is the seventh volume in the annual Travelers' Tales series launched in 2004 to celebrate the world's best travel writing ? from Nobel Prize winners to emerging new writers. The points of view and perspectives are global, and themes encompass high adventure, spiritual growth, romance, hilarity and misadventure, service to humanity, and encoun ...more
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Published May 30th 2010 by Travelers' Tales Guides
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Fran Fisher
I did not read this book, clicked something, would like to delete it, but can't figure out how.
Rachel
Nov 16, 2015 Rachel rated it really liked it
I love travel writing - some of these stories were great, some not as good, but they all helped me travel from the comfort of my home.
Eric Anest
Read a few of the essays. It provided a good "filler book" while I was waiting for another book from the library, but it wasn't compelling enough to read from cover to cover.
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Good anecdotes of far flung places, some I have never heard of, let alone visited (or am lilely to).
Recommended.
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Read on Kindle.... a good collection of stories from around the world.
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Amazing collection of short travel stories :)
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James O'Reilly has been a traveler since infancy, and a storyteller almost as long. Born in Oxford, England, in 1953, he savors the early memory of walking as a five-year-old boy across the tarmac at Shannon Airport in Ireland and gazing up at the huge triple tails of the now-defunct Constellation aircraft. The smell of fuel and Irish fog and the amazing sight above him must have made a deep impre ...more
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