Welcome to the May 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:
Quiet for Pigeon, Loud for Boar, Shoulder-High for Rabbit by Beebe Bahrami
A traveler discovers the perils, humor, and rewards of walking the Chemin de Saint-Jacques (Way of Saint James) in the French Pyrenees during hunting season.
Touring Arusha with the Flycatchers in Tanzania by Claudia B Flisi
A traveler and her son find out how having a savvy Tanzanian fixer at your side can salvage the adventure.
Healed by Adventure Travel on the Way to Raja Ampat by Julia Hubbel
One man's journey to see if nature can heal the body on a snorkeling trip through the islands of Indonesia.
Days of Musical Bliss at the Montreal Jazz Festival by Tim Leffel
The Montreal International Festival of Jazz presents musicians bringing their A-game, impressive sound production, and an atmosphere of civilized festivity—even when a record heat wave rolls through.
Travel Book Reviews - William Caverlee
Strange quasi-countries you didn't know existed, the golden age of crazy explorers, and a guide to living in China as an English teacher.
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