Welcome to the June 2019 issue of online magazine Perceptive Travel, the home of great travel stories from book authors and the latest notable travel book reviews. Here's what we've got in store for you:
Traveling With the Moroccan Chameleon That Didn't Want to Die by Marco Ferrarese
A travel writer helps a quirky North African gris-gris go back to Mothern Nature near Chefchaouen.
The Cradle of Russia: Frozen in the Golden Ring by Antonia Malchik
A writer who occasionally visited her parents' native home of Russia as a child sets off on an independent trip from the capital to the land of her father in Suzdal...in the dead of winter.
A Warriors' Welcome in Maikmol, PNG by Tony Robinson-Smith
Trekking the road less traveled in Papua New Guinea brings two Canadians to a village more connected than it first appears.
Booms, Busts, and Rebirths on the Erie Canal by Tim Leffel
Braving wintry weather (in May!) to explore Rochester and Syracuse, a writer digs up info on the great dig itself, a waterway that had a huge impact on the economic rise of the United States.
Travel Book Reviews - Susan Griffith
A fascinating insight into the Russia behind the headlines and a heartening account of moving lock, stock and barrel to Venice.
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