2 responses to “review(ish): atlas of remote islands”

  1. ruolngulworld

    i love travelogues. recent ones i've read being paul theroux's dark star safari, to the ends of the earth and the incomparable bill bryson's down under and michael palin's himalaya which, btw, has a chapter on nagaland & assam. this is one book i'll definitely look out for. thanks.

  2. Atlas Remote Islands Fifty

    […] review(ish): atlas of remote islands | feddabonn go here for a short review, here for a long one, and here for a 'companion guide' compiled on wikipedia. name: Atlas of Remote Islands (Fifty Islands I have not visited and never will) author: Judith Schlansky […]

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