Welcome to the March 2013 issue of online magazine Perceptive Travel, the home of great travel stories from book authors and the latest notable travel book and world music reviews. Here's what we've got in store for you:
Dark Meat, Bright City: Feasting on Seal in Montreal - Darrin DuFord
A search for a culinary specialty of Quebec is made difficult when cross-language homophones get in the way, but the whiskers thankfully prove to be a non-issue.
Moonshine Comes Out of the Woods - Vera Marie Badertscher
With laws relaxing to allow small distillers to practice their craft now in many U.S. states, the Tennessee Moonshiners of the Great Smokey Mountains are coming out of the woods to share their batches with the public.
The Day I Did Not Meet Kenya's Prime Minister - Luke Maguire Armstrong
Cheering on Kenya's Harambee Stars on a day where the pursuit of accomplishment is as elusive as a soccer goal.
World Music Reviews - Graham Reid
A world citizen from Senegal getting his passport stamped again, more Portuguese fado but not as expected, hymns from Turkey, and Brazilian sounds to lively up yourself.
Travel Book Reviews - William Caverlee
The dark side of central Asia's mysterious 'Stan country, a collection of pre-celebrity writings from Agatha Christie, and a detailed look at the past and present of the Appalachian Trail.
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