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The Confessions of a Beachcomber, by E. J. Banfield. An Australian beachcomber -- who spent his years on tropical Dunk Island off the coast of Queensland -- brings insight into a spirit of place that is as reminiscent of James Herriot as it is of Thoreau. Banfield's observations remind us that a simple life well-lived may be the best.  
Noodling for Flatheads, by Burkhard Bilger. In the Old South, satellite dishes outnumber banjo players a thousand to one. But traditions haven't died - they've gone into hiding. Some of the pastimes are ancient, others ultramodern; some are illegal, others merely obscure. American culture isn't as predictable as it seems. 
Down Under All Over, by Barbara Brewster. Self confessed Australiaphile Barbara Brewster shares her life-long love affair with the country. Beyond a guidebook and more than a travelogue, this personal quest brings the armchair traveler along as a participant on an intimate excursion where the doors just keep opening upon ever more wondrous adventures. 
In a Sunburned Country, by Bill Bryson. Bill Bryson goes Down Under to Australia, a shockingly under-discovered country. Here is a deliciously funny, fact-filled, and adventurous report from a writer who combines humor and unflagging curiosity.
Sundown Legends: A Journey Into the American Southwest, by Michael Checchio. Checcio offers up the American Southwest as a spiritual repository and source of inspiration. The book is also a plea for a wilderness ethic that will allow the Southwest to survive as mostly wilderness.
The Adventures of a Tropical Tramp, by Harry L. Foster. This is the first travel narrative written by Foster, a veteran of World War One who really couldn't "go back down on the farm" after he had seen Paris. Gripped by an impulse to adventure, Foster spent most of his life after the war wandering the main roads and back roads of the world, first in Mexico and South America, then later in Asia, the South Pacific, and the Caribbean. 
Lost in Mongolia, by Tad Friend. In this collection of the journalist's most original, witty, and wide-ranging articles and essays from The New Yorker, Esquire, and Outside, readers are taken on a cultural tour of global proportions.
Salon.comís Wanderlust: Real-Life Tales of Adventure and Romance, edited by Don George. Many scintillating, sizzling tales of serendipity and wanderlust.
Songdog Diary, by Michael Wallis and Suzanne Wallis. After a lifetime of following Route 66, the Santa Fe Trail, Highway 101, and so many other trails that crisscross the great American West, the authors have accumulated a wealth of lore. 
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