Welcome to the March 2020 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:
Austin's East Side: Art for the Masses by Sherry Shahan
In rapidly growing Austin, Texas, the street art in one corner sparks conversations and cultivates awareness.
Candelaria: When 1,000 Dressed-up Dolls Come to Mexican Mass by Lydia Carey
It can take years of being in Mexico to begin to understand the layers of tradition, mixed theology, and hidden meanings. And what's up with those elaborately dressed-up Baby Jesus dolls?
Disquiet in Lisbon by Beebe Bahrami
Walking through Portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa’s Lisbon and its many layers, nuances, and doorways.
YOLO, FOMO, and Semper Paratus on Swim Call in the Caribbean by Gillian Kendall
A guest lecturer on a ship only dives once before requiring rescue from the US Coast Guard.
Travel Book Reviews — William Caverlee
Travel book reviews of Feel the Wild, Ten Years a Nomad, and Divine Encounters: Sacred Rituals and Ceremonies in Asia.
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