Welcome to the new issue of Perceptive Travel. Here's what we've got in store for you:
Jeff Greenwald, author of Shopping for Buddhas, Scratching the Surface, and others, dives off the coast of Sulawesi and finds you really can revive a dead reef.
David Farley, editor of Travelersâ€™ Tales Prague & the Czech Republic sees both sides of a a dumpy Black Sea beach town in Bulgaria.
Joseph Gelfer, contributor to Fodorâ€™s New Zealand and editor of several humor books, visits the English setting of his favorite childhood poem.
Bruce Northam, author of Globetrotter Dogma and editor of In Search of Adventure survives airport hell and redemption in Newark.
Joshua Berman, co-author of Moon Handbooks on Nicaragua and Belize, visits the holy site where Buddhism blossomed under a tree.
Plus world music reviews of Nortec Collective, Matisyahu, and The Now Sounds of Brazil, vol. 2.
Book reviews of The Devilâ€™s Picnic, The Best American Travel Writing 2005, and Lonely Planet's Bluelist.
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