Tracks by Robyn Davidson Tracks, by Robyn Davidson, is one of those books which you know of and have an idea of
Going Solo by Roald Dahl Published by Penguin (1986) I loved that journey. I loved it, I think, because I
The Lawless Roads by Graham Greene Vintage, 1st published in 1939 Only the bullet-hole in the porch showed the flaw
The road makes me happy,” she says, “as it will greatly improve my family’s living conditions and make life easier.
And as I rose up and knew I was tired and I continued my journey. (Edward Thomas) Two contrasting pieces
I chose a bike instead of a partner, the road instead of a basecamp. I chose Krygyzstan. Its intriguing network
The women climb in their traditional “cholita” garb, but trade in their bowler hats for helmets. Inspiring photo essay from
For the angler, that is what fishing is: an elaborate wait, a long silence filled only by his restless thoughts.
Each day I must wake, and I must walk. I must find a place to sleep before the sun drops
There’s nothing really can touch skiing, is there? The way it feels when you first drop off on a long
Wind, Sand and Stars by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Penguin Classics (first published in 1939) We tasted the gentle excitement of
Persian Pictures by Gertrude Bell (1894, 1928 & in 2014 by I.B. Tauris) All the earth is seamed with roads,
A ‘No Swimming’ sign. Thunder. Another toad pushed its bulk through the grate and the three of us sat and smiled
Walking the Himalayas by Levison Wood Hodder & Houghton (2016) So long as you’re not armed and come in peace,
Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer Published by Pan, 2011 (originally published in 1997) “With enough determination, any bloody idiot can get up