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- Add to BasketThe 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.
- Paperback - Canongate
Brooklyn naturalists Margaret Mittelbach and Michael Crewdson, along with their friend Alexis Rockman, embarked upon a treasure hunt to try to find any surviving Tasmanian tigers in the jungle. This work brings their journey to life and documents their encounters with wombats, tiger hunters and bushrangers.
- Add to BasketCall Of The Wild: A Celebration Of British Landscapes
- Hardback - Rucksack Readers
Where in the crowded British Isles would you look for wilderness? Surprisingly, England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland have a variety of wild landscapes unrivalled anywhere in the world.
- Add to BasketCool For Qat: A Yemeni Journey - Two Countries, Two Times
- Paperback - Mainstream
When author Peter Mortimer was commissioned to write a play about the little-known 'Arab Riot' between Yemeni and British seamen at the Mill Dam, South Shields, in 1930, he decided to take the long trip to Yemen itself in search of inspiration. This book documents this remarkable journey.
- Add to BasketThe Cairngorms
- Paperback - Pocket Mountains
The plateau that makes up much of the Cairngorms is defined by wild corries, long rivers and some of the highest mountains in Scotland. The 40 circular routes in this volume take in all of the Munros and many other great hills in and around this National Park.
- Add to BasketCity Of Djinns
- Paperback - Flamingo
Alive with the mayhem of the present and sparkling with William Dalrymple's irrepressible wit, City of Djinns is a fascinating portrait of a city.