Okay, so, as it turns out, I did write a ‘travelogue’ after all, because I wrote memoirs about my travels. But don’t expect my books to be the same.
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Thomas Hughes was an English author, social reform advocate, and lawyer. He is remembered for his semi-biographical work Tom Brown’s School Days.
Walking with Sam by Andrew McCarthy is a travelogue of the author and his son walking the 800 kilometers of Spain’s Camino de Santiago
The book focused on the author’s growth throughout her hike. A difficult 220 miles, which she did in three weeks, amazingly her first long hike, solo as well
Go West, Young Man: A Father and Son Rediscover America on the Oregon Trail by B J Hollars is a travelogue of the author, joined by his six-year-old son.
How to Travel by The School of Life consists of short essays about traveling. The School of Life is devoted to show people how to lead a more fulfilling life.
A September to Remember: Searching for Culinary Pleasures at the Italian Table – A travelogue of the author and her husband’s monthlong journey throughout Italy
Hans Christian Andersen (2 April, 1805 – 4 August, 1875) was an author, playwright, and poet from Denmark. He is the best known fairy-tale author in the world.
young David Balfour is tricked by his uncle, who sold him to a ship bound for America. Rescued by Scottish lowlander Alan Breck Stewart, a fugitive himself, David goes on a journey throughout Scotland to get back his rightful inheritance.
Captain Frederick Marryat (10 July, 1792 – 9 August, 1848) was a Royal Navy officer, and a novelist who pioneered historical naval fiction.