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Indian Takeaway: A Very British Story
- Paperback - Canongate
Hardeep Singh Kohli loves many things in life - but none more than food. He loves to eat it & he loves to cook it. So when he decided to travel round India, searching for his roots, what seemed the obvious thing to take with him? Not a travel guide. Not a BBC cameraman. Shepherd's pie and Yorkshire pudding.
An Eye On The Hebrides: An Illustrated Journey
- Paperback - Birlinn
Mairi Hedderwick's 'An Eye on the Hebrides' is a personal and unique record of her six-month solitary journey through the beautiful archipelago which forms the Western Isles of Scotland and has established itself as one of Scotland's best-sellers.
Highland Journey: In The Spirit Of Edwin Muir
- Hardback - Birlinn
Over a period of 80 days, Robin Gillanders journeyed throughout the Highlands of Scotland and Orkney in the spirit of Edwin Muir's Scottish journey of 1934, photographing whoever and whatever he encountered.
True North: Travels In Arctic Europe
- Paperback - Polygon
Gavin Francis offers a portrait of the northern fringes of Europe. His journey begins in the Shetland Isles, takes him to the Faroes, Iceland, Greenland, then Svalbard and on to Lapland, following in the footsteps of the region's early pioneers and seeing how it adapts to the 21st century.
William Daniell's Isle Of Skye And Raasay: An Artist's Journey In 1815
- Hardback - Matador
This text follows the journey round Skye and Raasay made by the artist William Daniell RA in 1815. It includes reproductions of his beautiful inspirational aquatint prints, and of pencil sketches never before published.
The Canoe Boys: The First Epic Scottish Sea Journey By Kayak
- Paperback - In Pinn
After being left with no work, Alastair Dunnett and James Adam decided to repay their debts by canoeing from the Clyde to the Hebrides. This text is a collection of the dispatches from their journey they sold to a newspaper in order to make money.
Stranger To History: A Son's Journey Through Islamic Lands
- Hardback - Canongate
What does it mean to be a young Muslim in the 21st century? When Aatish Taseer receives a challenging letter from his estranged father in Pakistan, he decides to set off on an expedition across the Islamic world in search of his own Islamic heritage.
- Paperback - Corgi
Instead of scaling the Himalayas, trekking across the Antarctic or traipsing through the Brazilian rainforest, Robbie Coltrane has set himself a uniquely British challenge. Armed with a map, a classic car and a sense of adventure, he explores strange and exotic parts that are a bit closer to home.
Beachcomber Cottage: Recreating The Simple Life In The Most Beautiful Landscape In Britain
- Paperback - BBC
Many of us dream of escaping our stressful and frenetic lives, and starting over. But can leaving it all behind ever be more than a dream? Here, former Royal Marine Monty Halls puts this popular wish to the test, by recreating the simple life of a crofter on the West Coast of Scotland.
Reports From Beyond
- Paperback - Ultima Thule
This text gives a short glimpse into the author's colourful and adventurous life, and describes his unusual journeys to remote and fascinating cultures. Richardson paints captivating pictures of the landscapes, the people and the civilizations he encounters, and at the same time places them in their cultural and historical context.