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A review of the indie ebook, Kiss the Sky, about bohemian London in the 90s.
So it finally happened. My luggage and backpack’s weigh finally crushed me and convinced me to give in and start…
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“I wish we could always live like this” and other life lessons worth living from the indie ebook about London in the ’90s
Q&A with the travel-savvy author, DC Gallin who shares the inspiration behind her book “Kiss the Sky” and also info on bohemian London in the 90s.
Ian McEwan’s books are so focused on the individuals from a story, but the settings he chooses and the stories he tells always inspire me to get out and move.
This book on the art of travel serves as a pretty travel diary journal full of travel illustrations: Le Road Trip — A Traveler’s Journal of Love and France
Reading Kerouac’s Lonesome Traveler makes me stop, think and reflect on my year+ of travel around the world. And eager to do, see and think even more.
The following is a guest post by Laurence Brown. Though I haven’t seen the movie, I did read the book…