Welcome to the latest issue of Perceptive Travel, the award-winning home of great travel stories, travel book reviews, and the latest notable world music CDs. Here's what we've got in store for you this time:
Sedona: Is the Whole Town Built on a Hoax? - Laurie Gough
Kiss the Sunset Pig author Laurie Gough goes puts feet on "energy field" soil around Sedona, Arizona to separate divine from delusional.
How the Last White Rhino in Zambia Wins at Strip Passport - Edward Readicker–Henderson
A whirlwind journey through Africa takes on a new meaning when future rounds of strip passport are at stake.
The incomprehensible Welsh language may be tough and the beer may be flat and warm, but when food is foraged from right down the road the meals are always memorable.
Members of the Tribe - Rob Sangster
While journeying to the remote Indian town of Leh during December's cold, a road-weary vagabond experiences the natural bonds joining the tribe of travelers.
Olympic Fire and Brimstone - Michael Buckley
The torch is on the strangest journey of discord in the history of the modern Olympics. A Tibet guidebook writer looks at China's torch relay and how it has put the spotlight on Tibet and human rights in the world's most populated country.
Plus World Music Reviews -
In this issue: Toumast, Jef Stott, an African Party collection, Chicha Libre, and Babylon Circus.
Long After Midnight at the Niño Bien, Quest for Kaitiakitanga, The Rough Guide to Travel with Babies and Young Children, and The Three–Martini Family Vacation.
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