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Actionable advice and steps on planning, finances, where to go, making friends, staying safe, picking up work and building an online income – this is the bible for long term travel.
A Thousand Splendid Suns: One of the most inspirational books to read while travelling, I felt that this gave me a real insight into the little known women of Afghanistan and the events that have shaped the country over the last thirty years.
This is a really one of the most poignant books to read while travelling in India, it changed how I viewed the country irreversibly.
The White Tiger: One of the first books I read whilst backpacking in India, this is a really useful, often amusing, often horrifying, tale which will help you better understand the caste system.
Follow Ken Kesey, author of One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest, as he leads his band of Merry Pranksters across America fermenting a revolution unlike any other.
Definitely, one of the best books to read on the road. The Lost City of Z: This is THE book you want to read if you are headed into the Amazon.
The Backpacker Bible: Nine years of travel tested tips, tricks and know-how!
After a gruelling journey, they are just hours from success when they are captured by FARC fighters and held prisoner in the jungle for nine months.
The book tells the tale of an eccentric British explorer, Percy Fawcett, who spent his life leading expeditions into the Amazon in search of the legendary lost City of Z.
The book recounts his life, his encounters with un-contacted tribes and his final expedition, from which he did not return. Exploring the Improbable Nation: In Indonesia Etc, Pisani weaves together the stories of Indonesians encountered on her journey with a considered analysis of Indonesia’s recent history, corrupt political system, ethnic and religious identities, stifling bureaucracy and traditional ‘sticky’ cultures.
On the Road: Jack Kerouac’s seminal novel should be compulsory reading for all nomads, backpackers and folks who want to live off the grid.
In ‘On The Road’ discover 1950’s underground America as Kerouac hitches backwards forwards across the states in search of Jazz, drugs, sex and the meaning of life.