Who doesn’t love a good book? If you are a travel junkie I imagine travel novels/guides/coffee book are the first section you head to in a bookshop or library.
I am also always on the look-out for new reads and love reading anything I can find about a country before I go – that includes novels too. Putting together a list of some of the best books from around the world led to “Around the World in 80 books Part 1”
This second instalment picks up where I left off with even more countries added! If a particular country does not appear chances are it will be in part 1.
Read you way “Around the World in 80 books” Part 2
ARGENTINA | CUBA | IRAN
ISLE OF MAN | IRELAND | JAPAN | NEPAL
NORTH KOREA | PORTUGAL | THE NETHERLANDS
THE SHETLAND ISLANDS | TURKEY
ISLE OF MAN
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THE SHETLAND ISLANDS
Don’t miss the other posts in my “Around the world in 80 books” series!
If you have any suggestions of great books I should be adding – please do let me know in the comments!
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Tracy is your expert expat!
She has lived and worked in 7 countries on 4 continents and travelled to over 50 more. A qualified school teacher with an interest in history, reading, photography, nature and wildlife she is always planning her next trip (preferably by train)
With a lifetime of travel experience, and a network of friends all over the world, she is also able to share genuine insider guides, recommended best book lists and train journey inspiration to help you travel authentically to some of the most beautiful places on earth.
Through down-to-earth stories, tips and advice (based on her own extensive knowledge and experience of life as an expat) she also aims to support new and prospective expats to survive and thrive in Australia.