From the ultimate hangover breakfast and salad in a jar, to campfire nachos and ‘apple pie to go’, Road Trip Cooking shows you how to make it all while on the road.
The international dining scene is vast but there’s help: Today’s Special showcases emerging chefs from around the world with a variety of food styles to boot.
Lonely Planet’s Global Chocolate Tour is sure to satisfy cocoa enthusiasts everywhere. It’s full of yummy chocs and shares the best places to go…when we can travel safely again.
Today’s BOTW is a passionate contribution to the debate on race, privilege and nationality. Go, Went, Gone showcases one of the great contemporary European writers at the height of her powers.
Flights was awarded Poland’s biggest literary prize in 2008 and is a novel about travel in the twenty-first century and human anatomy by Olga Tokarczuk. It’s today’s Book of the World.
Because we can’t travel, let’s live vicariously through others. Today’s Book of the World is Stephen Fry in America. Have you read it?
Today’s Book of the World is a cheerful and amusing story of Bill Bryson travelling around Australia. It’s Down Under. Have you got a favourite Billy Bryson book?
The Only Way is West is a travel book that draws you in from page one. It’s a story of befriending fabulous people and witnessing the kindness of humans. Do you have a favourite travel book?
Through an epic journey through a land of tribal superstition and modern prejudice a boy learns the power of words, the power to transform lives, and the power of one. Today’s Book of the the World is The Power of One. Have you read it?
Okay, so we know today’s Book of the World is a little bit of a tease as we are all staying safe at home and not travelling, but if you fancy a bit of travel writing, then this is for you. The Art of Travel by Alain de Botton.