The Best Women’s Travel Writing, Volume 10: True Stories from Around the World

In The Best Women’s Travel Writing, Volume 10: True Stories from Around the World, thirty celebrated and emerging writers invite you to ride shotgun as they travel the globe to discover new places, people, and facets of themselves. The essays are as diverse as the destinations, the common thread being fresh, compelling storytelling that will make you laugh, weep, wish you were there, or thank your lucky stars you weren’t. The Best Women’s Travel Writing speaks to the reasons why we travel—and how travel changes our lives.

In The Best Women’s Travel Writing, Volume 10: True Stories from Around the World, you’ll:

Study the ancient art of belly dancing in Egypt
Go day-drinking with a sea captain in Croatia
Scuba dive through an underground cave in Mexico
Run from massive exploding balloons in Burma
Embed with the military in Afghanistan
Experience a different kind of time in Argentina
Go dogsledding in Finland
Confront heartache, pain, and a deadly creature in Indonesia
Negotiate with smugglers in Mongolia
Marry a stranger at Burning Man

… and much, much more.

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3 Comments

  1. Never fails When I choose a volume of Travelers’ Tales, I know it’s going to be good. Never fails to deliver me to another place on the coat tails of the writer. What fun.

  2. Have women’s travel writing, will travel An excellent travel guide for those women in search of a gutsy escapade. Shebaba Coelho’s “Snow in Mongolia” makes one roll a backpack right away to go over there in search of those round white yurts. What a pity Coelho cannot say Amaglan “Tsas orj baina,” but does it matter? This series is intended primarily for those gutsies, nonetheless, this 10th volume could have been much more readable and informative, ifff it carried more stuffs on the folklore of those esoteric places…

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