Welcome to the June 2011 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:
The Covert Casanova Tour - Tony Perrottet
With the world's greatest lover in history as his guide, the author of The Sinner's Grand Tour sets out to do Venice right.
My Life and Times With the CN Tower - Amy Rosen
From a childhood memory to moving around her native city, the image of Toronto's CN Tower stays etched in the mind—and in view.
Into the Valley of Life - Chris Epting
Venturing into a valley with a badass name for a father-son camping trip, Dad wonders if it's time to change the misleading moniker of America's largest national park.
World Music Reviews - Tim Leffel
The long-awaited new album from Karsh Kale, funk from 1970s Iran, and a hodgepodge of styles and languages from France's Watcha Clan.
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