Welcome to the February 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:
Finding Gandhi by Kelsey Timmerman
A search for the Good Person Equation leads to Gandhi's apartment in Mumbai.
Barbershop Postcards‐a True Cultural Travel Selfie by Bruce Northam
With a bit of luck, sometimes the mane event is the main event. A writer and tour guide documents his world travels with mirror photos from the barber's chair.
Once in a Lifetime: Visiting Bruegel in Vienna by Michael Shapiro
A chance to see a rare collection of a 16th-century painter's work that almost never appears in one place, a mother and son connect on a spontaneous journey to Austria.
Finding the Secret Beaches of Panama and Costa Rica by Tim Leffel
A lifelong non-cruiser says yes to a small ship adventure journey that skirts the coasts of Panama and Costa Rica, seeking out empty beaches for paddling and snorkeling.
Travel Book Reviews - Susan Griffith
A woman motorbikes solo around Iran, a British comedian explores remote South Asia with a documentary crew, plus a Lonely Planet compendium presents the best ever travel high points of a hundred writers.
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