Not quite a beast of burden: review of ‘One Man and a Mule’

In search of heaven: review of ‘The Souls of China’

A taste of the country: reviews of new food-and-travel books

Night track to nostalgia: review of ‘Night Trains’

Fences on the ground and in the head: review of ‘Border’

A place in between: review of ‘The Rule of the Land’

A not-so-fading genre: review of ‘Ariel: A Literary Life of Jan Morris’

In a damp Atlantic archipelago: review of ‘Love of Country: A Hebridean Journey

 

 

 

 

 

 

First impressions of the world’s wonders: review of ‘Explorers’ Sketchbooks’

Reports from a citizen of the world: review of ‘Far & Away’

A street that stands for China: review of ‘Street of Eternal Happiness’

A capital piece of reportage: review of ‘This Is London’

Latin America in a rush: review of ‘How to Travel Without Seeing’

 

 

 

 

 


Poacher turned preacher
: review of ‘Poacher’s Pilgrimage’

To Australia — shouldering guilt: review of ‘Thicker Than Water’

Diversions that delight: review of ‘The Art of Flight’

Picking a path through life: review of ‘On Trails’

Wild about Australia: review of ‘Island Home’

Dyer and the Northern Dark: review of ‘White Sands: Experiences from the Outside World’

The sublime, the picturesque — and the fascist: review of ‘Landskipping’

Bryson’s splendid harrumphs: review of ‘The Road to Little Dribbling’

Birds, Wales and Israel: review of ‘Losing Israel’

Ride, swim, fly, run — and write: reviews of ‘Cyclogeography’, ‘Downstream’, ‘Skyfaring’ and ‘The Way of the Runner’

Landscape and language: Interview with Robert Macfarlane

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Israel, Palestine and a life on the road: Interview with Dervla Murphy

American road, English reserve: review of ‘Slow Road to Brownsville’

Searching for the Russian soul: review of ‘A Journey into Russia’

On the margins of modern-day China: Interview with David Eimer, author of ‘The Emperor Far Away’

A story about cheese – and storytelling: review of ‘The Telling Room’

Train to a new life  – or to death: review of ‘The Beast’

Strange things happen at sea: review of ‘Deep Sea and Foreign Going’

Late but still lyrical: review of ‘Train Songs’