Our Home in Myanmar: Four years in Yangon by Jessica Mudditt
Where We Swim: Explorations of nature, travel and family by Ingrid Horrocks
Spinoza’s Overcoat: Travels with writers and poets by Subhash Jaireth
On The Plain Of Snakes: A Mexican road trip by Paul Theroux
Travels with a Writing Brush: Classical Japanese travel writing from the Manyōshū to Bashō edited by Meredith McKinney
The streets of New Orleans double as scented gardens for the blind. Round any corner in the Vieux Carré – known to most as the French Quarter – and experience the assault of sensory details. It might start with a spicy tang of boiling seafood, crawfish, or shrimp or crabs plucked from the amphibious Louisiana land. Maybe it's frying beignets or praline mixture ...