Need a good read for your next flight? Pick up one of these must-read travel memoirs (and, no, none of them are Eat, Pray, Love).
If you’re the one in your friend bunch who’s yet to settle down and start popping out babies, and you’d rather pursue other activities — namely travel — then this memoir is for you. It’s entirely comedic and possibly slightly offensive to some, but worth the read if you think you might be able to relate.
For Francophiles, A Year in Provence is an absolute must. The travel memoir is a deep study on the Provencal lifestyle, cuisine, history and more. If you’ve yet to visit, you’ll book your trip and pack your bags within the first few chapters.
This memoir isn’t technically a travel memoir, but it does feature a fair bit of travel and is highly gripping. Martin recalls her troubled childhood, jumping from home to home, across continents, before establishing her own life in mid-America. There, she goes on to start her “Global Table Adventure,” exploring the cultures of the world through food and introducing them to her blog following.
Of course, few can spin a phrase like the late great Anthony Bourdain. If you’ve watched all of Bourdain’s shows on Netflix and other streaming services, but have yet to read his A Cook’s Tour memoir, don’t wait another second.
Anyone who follows or plays videogames will tell you 2018 was one of the best years the medium has ever seen. Epic stories spanning all kinds of gameplay, narrative styles and tone made for a truly impressive year. This year has a few heavy hitters coming as well.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Brazil recently waived its visa requirements for several different countries, and the results have been spectacular. Now, Brazil allows visa-free entry for citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan, for travel starting June 17.
Most of us are too young to remember the days when flying was an elaborate and luxurious event. Nowadays planes are cramped, seats are uncomfortable and meals leave plenty to be desired.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Saba Island was the first Caribbean island to legalize same-sex marriage back in 2012. While the tiny Dutch territory is extremely welcoming of the LGBTQ+ community, it’s not exactly a hotbed of gay activity. At only five square miles, there isn’t much room for gay bars and glam.