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    Clanlands: Whisky, Warfare, and a Scottish Adventure Like No Other

    A road trip book with a difference. Stars of Outlander - Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish - explore Scotland, a land of raw beauty, poetry, feuding, music, history, and warfare.

    Dreams of Elsewhere: Selected Travel Writings of Robert Louis Stevenson

    Best known for his fiction, Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson was also an essayist, journalist, poet and travel writer. This compilation draws together a selection of his travel writings, shadowing his life as his ailing health took him around the world to Samoa, the place of his death.

    Encounters in the American Mountain West: A Sinner Amongst the Latter-day Saints

    An entertaining, insightful and informative series of essays on the Mormon heartlands of the USA as observed by a frequent visitor who not only encounters the people and their way of life, but also takes to the remote trails and wildernesses to engage with the American Mountain West landscape. Illustrated with colour pictures of his travels.

    Fifty Years of Adventure

    Commemorating Cicerone's 50th year, Fifty Years of Adventure is a compilation of tales by Cicerone authors. A story to celebrate each year Cicerone has been publishing outdoor activity guidebooks, the collection is a delicious hotpot of adventures in their every shape and form.

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    Free to Go: Across the World on a Motorbike

    One woman's around-the-world adventure, and an exploration of borders, freedoms and womanhood.

    Fringed With Mud & Pearls: An English Island Odyssey

    Greece has its sun-soaked Cyclades and Dodecanese; Scotland its Northern Isles and rain-drenched Hebrides and Ireland the Arans and Skelligs. And what has England got? The isles of Canvey, Sheppey, Wight and Dogs, Mersea, Brownsea, Two Tree and Rat. But there are also wilder, rockier places - Lundy, the Scillies, Holy Island, the Farnes.

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