3 Great Books That All Travel Lovers Should Read

For some people, traveling is the best thing in the world. It gives them a sense of freedom, allowing them to see things they might not have seen elsewhere, and occasionally have once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Traveling is a way for many of us to make incredible memories and keep a sense of adventure in our life. Unfortunately, traveling isn’t always possible. When we can’t travel to new and exciting locations, we find other ways to keep traveling in our lives. One great way to do this is to read books about traveling. Here are a few of the best books to read on traveling in 2022.

Crossed off the Map: Travels in Bolivia – Shafik Meghji

In his book, Shafik Meghji, a British travel writer, talks about an amusing anecdote about Queen Victoria’s alleged decision to remove Bolivia from her map of South America. According to Meghji, the queen was angered by the country’s status. Despite the increase in tourism over the past few decades, many people still don’t know much about Bolivia. In his book, Meghji offers a wide range of activities that will allow travelers to explore the country’s varied topography. Some of these include going on a riverboat trip through the Amazon, following in the footsteps of the Jesuits, or going on a walk through the Potos silver mines.

Lost in the Valley of Death: A Story of Obsession and Danger in the Himalayas – Harley Rustad

After popular Instagram user Justin Shetler went missing in Northern India’s Parvati Valley, his family and followers were left wondering what happened to him. In one of his final posts, Shetler wrote that he wanted to return to the Himalayas. Based on the extensive investigation that Rustad conducted into Shetler’s disappearance, he found a compelling story about a young man who had a passion for travel and was constantly posting about his experiences online. The story he told about Shetler is not only about his disappearance, but it also explores the dark side of the backpacker culture in India. According to Rustad, there have been numerous cases of people going missing in the area.

The Slow Road to Tehran: A Revelatory Bike Ride Through Europe and the Middle East – Rebecca Lowe

When journalist Rebecca Lowe traveled to Lebanon in 2014, she wrote about her experience reporting on the country’s refugee crisis. She learned one important lesson from her trip: Never trust people who claim that doing something can’t be done. In her new book, “The Slow Road to Tehran,” she shares her experiences from 2015 as she biked from London to Tehran. In her book, Lowe talks about her experiences in 2015 as she biked from London to Tehran. She writes about her journey through Europe and the Middle East and shares her thoughts on the history of Western travel in the region. As a journalist who’s focused on human rights, she’s also drawn on the vivid characters she encountered during her travels.

This article was originally published on IvanaDeDomenico.net

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