Subterranea is a +200 pages long travel through the depths of the Earth, courtesy of Chris Fitch. After donning a rock-climbing helmet, Chris takes us on a worldwide tour featuring both natural and artificial caves, with an eye for the lesser-known ones.
Siobhan takes us on an aesthetic trip, featuring storefronts, boutiques, a hidden but glamorous corner. It’s a feast for the eyes, paired with interesting info and practical tips.
Backroads of the Great American West is delightful. Delightful. I asked for it the moment it dropped on Netgalley, expecting a wild ride (with pictures!) across the US, and I wasn’t disappointed.
Ready for more Armchair Traveling with Tissie? My quest for cool places around the world brought me to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Kathryn Kleekamp, the author of Celebrating Cape Cod and the Islands: Traditions, Festivals, and Food is ready to take the readers by the hand and bring them along a year-long tour.
Tom Mattson closes the straps of his backpack, grabs his digital camera and takes us for a ride around the world. Cliché? Nah. Forget about the beaten path, dazzling capitals, monuments and museums, we’re going on an adventure here. And much like Bilbo, we have no clue about where Tom is going to lead us next. We start on a bench in Havana and go from there.
This book offers a comprehensive list of what to visit when you’re donning your tourist hat, from big museums like the British to more secluded places like The Viktor Wynd or Deptford. Divided in sections - that’s handy! - and with a map at the end, it covers the whole city.
I love photography. Nature, architecture, interior decor, food, (period) clothes, small towns and bigass cities, you take a good picture of them and I’ll jazzhand all over it. With added pterodactyl noises too if it’s a really, really good one. TL;DR living vicariously through professional photographers is my jam. So, when I saw Connecting You to Wonderlands: Japan, by Takashi Sato, I knew I had to grab it.