Welcome to the March 2017 issue of our online magazine, the home of the best travel stories from authors on the move, as well as the latest new and notable books. Here's what we've got in store for you:
A Place to Not Think in Central Serbia - Jonathan Arlan
When a long Balkan trip hits a lull, a chance conversation sends the author to a monastery deeper in the hills of Serbia.
Sanguine on the Water in Saguenay - Tim Leffel
Exploring the Lac Saint Jean area of Canada by human-powered watercraft leads to feelings of child-less bliss for the adventurous.
The Eyeless Blessing of Sangha Tenzin - Marco Ferrarese
In the Indian Himalayas, a chance encounter with a devout Buddhist unveils an elaborated 500-year-old death ritual.
The Guilt Cafe in Vietnam - Kirsten Koza
A traveler tries to reconcile the lingering effects of the past war in Vietnam with the locals' knack to make a buck from the suffering.
Travel Book Reviews - Tim Leffel
Good advice on slow travel with meaning, maps that tell you what the locals really think of their city, and a living abroad memoir in a French region of magic and memorable food.
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