Welcome to the April 2016 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:
Deep Red Threat in Malaysia - Marco Ferrarese
For some, exploding New Year firecrackers in a remote Chinese-Malaysian village helps evoke the forgotten stories of Communist guerrilla resistance.
Locked Out of Canada - Gillian Kendall
When a newly arrived passenger gets left behind the pack at the Vancouver airport, Canadian hospitality disappears behind a series of cold, locked doors.
A Rumi of Her Own in Sayulita - Anna Elkins
While staying in a Mexican villa named for a love poem, a solo woman traveler rediscovers her voice.
World Music Reviews - Laurence Mitchell
Fela Kuti’s first band, 12-piece Ethiopian fusion, a refugee from Saharan purgatory, plus America meets Cameroon.
Travel Book Reviews - Susan Griffith
Three American writers chronicle their experiences. Two are happily expatriated to Britain and France, the third is traveling the world meditating on the nature of love, friendship and our relationship to the environment.
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