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    • The Songlines

    • By: Bruce Chatwin
    • Narrated by: James Langton
    • Length: 9 hrs and 36 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Part travelogue, part memoir, part novel, The Songlines is one of Bruce Chatwin's final - and most ambitious - works. From the author of the bestselling In Patagonia and On the Black Hill, a sweeping exploration of a landscape, a people, and one man's history, it is the sort of book that changes the listener forever. 

    Regular price: $29.99

    • Around the World on 50 Bucks

    • How I Left with Nothing and Returned a Rich Man
    • By: Christopher Schacht
    • Length: Not Yet Known
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    More than a travel memoir, Christopher Schacht’s tour-de-force coming-of-age-journey will make you sit straight up and peer deeply into your own soul as you examine who you are, who you dream of becoming, and how you want to invest your life.

    Regular price: $25.09

    • North Korea Journal

    • By: Michael Palin
    • Length: Not Yet Known
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    In May 2018, former Monty Python stalwart and intrepid globetrotter Michael Palin spent two weeks in the notoriously secretive Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, a cut-off land without internet or phone signal, where the countryside has barely moved beyond a centuries-old peasant economy but where the cities have gleaming skyscrapers and luxurious underground train stations.

    Regular price: $26.17

    • Avoid the Day

    • By: Jay Kirk
    • Narrated by: TBD
    • Length: 12 hrs
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    In 1904, Béla Bartók heard the most incongruous song from a nanny, originally from Transylvania. Obsessed with capturing this new noise, he trudged through Central and Eastern Europe trailing a first generation recording device (cases of extremely heavy Edison wax cylinders) so he could carry the voices home and transpose them into his Third String Quartet. In present day, Jay Kirk is a successful journalist, desperately searching for something to distract him from his father’s deathbed. What better diversion than tracing Bartók’s path to find the missing original composition?

    Regular price: $30.79

    • Tales of Tahitian Waters

    • By: Zane Grey
    • Length: 10 hrs
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    Tales of Tahitian Waters describes Grey's fishing expeditions to the Tahitian Islands during 1928, 1929, and 1930, in which he claims to be the first big-game fisherman to fish these waters. He came to the area after having passed nearby on other fishing trips. Hearing accounts of there being marlin that were 30 feet long and sharks that measured 50 feet in length, he became determined to pursue these fish and add to his many fishing records. It was here where he describes catching a marlin weighing 1,040 pounds. The catch was recorded as the first 1,000-pound fish ever caught.

    Regular price: $18.16

    • The Road to San Donato

    • Fathers, Sons, and Cycling across Italy
    • By: Robert Cocuzzo
    • Length: 7 hrs and 30 mins
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    The Road to San Donato is an adventurous and nostalgic bicycling memoir of an American father and son tracing their Italian heritage. Prompted by Rob's ailing grandfather, who regrets having never visited his home village, the two cyclists pledge to make the trip in the old man's honor. Riding rental bikes and carrying a bare minimum of supplies, Rob Cocuzzo and his 64-year-old father, Stephen, embark on a 425-mile ride from Florence to San Donato Val di Comino, an ancient village in the mountains outside of Rome from which the Cocuzzo family emigrated a hundred years earlier.

    Regular price: $15.43

    • Wherever You Go

    • A Guide to Mindful, Sustainable, and Life-Changing Travel
    • By: Daniel Houghton
    • Length: 10 hrs
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    A Simon & Schuster audiobook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every listener.

    Regular price: $18.89

    • Alrededor del mundo con $50 [Around the World with $50]

    • Cómo salí sin nada y regresé un hombre rico [How I Left With Nothing and Returned a Rich Man]
    • By: Christopher Schacht
    • Length: Not Yet Known
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    Christopher Schacht comparte sus increíbles experiencias, revelando lo que ha aprendido a lo largo del camino sobre la vida, el amor y Dios, y describe encuentros y percepciones conmovedoras y extrañas que no se encuentran en ninguna guía turística. Christopher Schacht tenía solo 19 años y acababa de terminar su formación educativa cuando puso un sueño en marcha. Con solo $50 que llevaba ahorrados, viajó por todo el mundo, confiando solo en su amabilidad, flexibilidad, encanto y disposición para trabajar por su alojamiento y comida.

    Regular price: $25.09

    • Bookshops

    • A Reader’s History
    • By: Jorge Carrion
    • Narrated by: Chris Earle
    • Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins
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    Jorge Carrion collects bookshops: from Gotham Book Mart and the Strand Bookstore in New York City to City Lights Bookshop and Green Apple Books in San Francisco and all the bright spots in between (Prairie Lights, Tattered Cover, and countless others). In this thought-provoking, vivid and entertaining essay, Carrion meditates on the importance of the bookshop as a cultural and intellectual space.

    Regular price: $21.18

    • Perfect Motion

    • How Walking Makes Us Wiser
    • By: Jono Lineen
    • Narrated by: Jono Lineen
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    After the tragic loss of his younger brother, Lineen experienced walking's regenerative power firsthand. Grief-stricken and adrift, he set off on a 2700-kilometre solo trek across the Himalayas. He walked for months until his legs ached and feet blistered, and by the end of the expedition something had changed in him. He was stronger - not just physically, but psychologically and emotionally. What had happened? What had given him this feeling of peace; joy even? 

    Regular price: $17.91

    • The Walker's Guide to Outdoor Clues and Signs

    • By: Tristan Gooley
    • Narrated by: Tristan Gooley
    • Length: 10 hrs
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    The ultimate guide to what the land, sun, moon, stars, trees, plants, animals, sky and clouds can reveal - when you know what to look for. This top ten best seller is the result of Tristan Gooley's two decades of pioneering outdoors experience and six years of instructing, researching and writing. It includes lots of outdoor clues and signs that will not be found in any other book in the world.

    Regular price: $24.00

    • Cycling Home From Siberia

    • By: Rob Lilwall
    • Length: 10 hrs
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    'It is late October, and the temperature is already -40C.... My thoughts are filled with frozen rivers that may or may not hold my weight; empty, forgotten valleys haunted by emaciated ghosts and packs of ravenous, merciless wolves.' In 2004 Rob Lilwall arrived in Siberia equipped only with a bike and a healthy dose of fear. Cycling Home from Siberia recounts his epic three and a half year, 30,000 mile journey back to England via the foreboding jungles of Papua New Guinea, an Australian cyclone and Afghanistan's war-torn Hindu Kush.

    Regular price: $21.81

    • What Am I Doing Here?

    • By: Bruce Chatwin
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    In this collection of profiles, essays and travel stories, Chatwin takes us to Benin, where he is arrested as a mercenary during a coup; to Boston to meet an LSD guru who believes he is Christ; to India with Indira Ghandi when she attempted a political comeback in 1978; and to Nepal where he reminds us that 'Man's real home is not a house, but the Road, and that life itself is a journey to be walked on foot.'

    Regular price: $24.00

    • In Patagonia

    • By: Bruce Chatwin, Nicholas Shakespeare
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    Beautifully written and full of wonderful descriptions and intriguing tales, In Patagonia is an account of Bruce Chatwin's travels to a remote country in search of a strange beast and his encounters with the people whose fascinating stories delay him on the road. 

    Regular price: $21.81

    • Around the World in 60 Seconds

    • The Nas Daily Journey - 1,000 Days. 64 Countries. 1 Beautiful Planet.
    • By: Nuseir Yassin
    • Narrated by: Reader tbd 1
    • Length: 12 hrs
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    In 2016, Nuseir Yassin quit his job to travel for 1,000 consecutive days. But instead of the usual tourist traps, Nas set out to meet real people, see the places they call home, and discover what unites all of us living on this beautiful planet - from villages in Africa and slums in India, to the high-rises of Singapore and the deserts of Australia. While he journeyed from country to country, Nas uploaded a single 60-second video per day for his Nas Daily Facebook following to highlight the amazing, terrifying, inspiring and downright surprising sh*t happening all over the world.

    Regular price: $30.79