If you’ve ever dreamt of sailing around the world, running away to paradise, or if you love adventure travel, this book is for you. This book winds its way from San Francisco to Australia stopping at beautiful remote islands. Get ready to start planning your own sea voyage.
If you aren’t already a fan of MessyNessyChic, what have you been doing with your Mondays? This book highlights her witty and charming writing style as she guides you through the cobblestone streets of Paris. Trust me, you’ll want to book a flight!
A well-written memoir capturing the excitement and lessons that comes with a round the world trip taken on a whim. Read hilarious and heart warming stories that will make you rediscover your love of travel and inspire you to plan your very own adventure.
Not quite a travel book, not quite a self help book, this is more of a guide to finding a quest that brings meaning and purpose to your life. A good read for long train rides when you want a little more than a mindless read. If you’re looking for a little direction or inspiration, this book could help.
This book will stir up a serious case of wanderlust or a wild craving for freedom. You’ll want to sell everything and wander through the wilderness with nothing but a backpack. This is the perfect read for anyone that has ever dreamt of running away or getting lost.
Aside from the fact that Heidi Swanson’s recipes are incredible, her travel stories and photographs are both beautiful and intriguing. You will appreciate the destinations as much as the meals. Swanson has created the perfect blend of delicious and wanderlust.
An interesting look at why we travel and how we travel. This unique travel book is part philosophical, part personal ramblings, and part humorous anecdotes. This book will make you examine all aspects of travel and appreciate your next trip a little bit more.
Forget about the movie, you have to read this book. I think everyone can relate to Cheryl Strayed’s story in some way. If you’ve ever wanted to solo travel, tackle an epic adventure, or simple run away, this book is sure to help fuel that fire.
Not particularly a travel book, but this humorous and free-spirited tale of a father and daughter’s adventures together will give you some wild ideas of your own. It’s an easy and fun read that transports you to a time when life was a little more delicate and free.