... and London do people—some people—seem to remember how to integrate
public transit and their own legs into an effective, ethical and sometimes deeply
pleasurable way of navigating the terrain of their daily lives. I wrote Wanderlust at
Author: Rebecca Solnit
Publisher: Granta Books
Category: Literary Collections
What does it mean to be out walking in the world, whether in a landscape or a metropolis, on a pilgrimage or a protest march? In this first general history of walking, Rebecca Solnit draws together many histories to create a range of possibilities for this most basic act. Arguing that walking as history means walking for pleasure and for political, aesthetic, and social meaning, Solnit homes in on the walkers whose everyday and extreme acts have shaped our culture, from the peripatetic philosophers of ancient Greece to the poets of the Romantic Age, from the perambulations of the Surrealists to the ascents of mountaineers. With profiles of some of the most significant walkers in history and fiction - from Wordsworth to Gary Snyder, from Rousseau to Argentina's Mother of the Plaza de Mayo, from Jane Austen's Elizabeth Bennet to Andre Breton's Nadja - Wanderlust offers a provocative and profound examination of the interplay between the body, the imagination, and the world around the walker.
"Wanderlust Wining: Pacific Northwest" is a fun, delicious journey through many of the area's finest wine countries; exploring their outdoor activities and wine tasting specialties. It's a one-stop-read to crafting active wine tasting trips in unique (and familiar) wine countries all over the Pacific Northwest. Discover how to kick off mornings with action-packed activities and spend the remainder of the day sniffing, swirling and sipping through local wineries. Learn how to taste wine like a pro and be in the "local know" about the best hiking and mountain biking trails or places to paddle, surf and sail. Visit creameries, galleries or savor a sustainable wine dinner served in the middle of a vineyard. Each fast-paced, easy-to-understand chapter offers light-handed wine education and historic facts about the area's wines, local parks and sports outfitter, "must-go" restaurants, art galleries, markets, vineyards, and more.
WANDERLUST. AND. ELISABETH. EAVES. “Whether the journey is emotional or
geographic, Eaves again and again captures the exhilarating moment when the
safe place is left behind and the new place is not yet arrived at—that 'in ...
Author: Elisabeth Eaves
Publisher: Hachette UK
Spanning fifteen years of travel, beginning when she is a sophomore in college, Wanderlust documents Elisabeth Eaves’s insatiable hunger for the rush of the unfamiliar and the experience of encountering new people and cultures. Young and independent, she crisscrosses five continents and chases the exotic, both in culture and in romance. In the jungles of Papua New Guinea, she loses herself—literally—to an Australian tour guide; in Cairo, she reconnects with her high school sweetheart, only to discover the beginning of a pattern that will characterize her life over the long-term: while long-distance relationships work well for her, traditional relationships do not. Wanderlust, however, is more than a chronological conquest of men and countries: at its core, it’s a journey of self-discovery. In the course of her travels, Eaves finds herself and the sense of home she’s been lacking since childhood—and she sheds light on a growing culture of young women who have the freedom and inclination to define their own, increasingly global, lifestyles, unfettered by traditional roles and conventions of past generations of women.
All of our Wayfarers, our studio and our Wanderlust studio pioneers in Austin,
Montreal, and Valley. The Spence family and Jo Kutchey. All of our resort
partners, who have us incredible canvases on which to paint, in particular, Andy
Author: Jeff Krasno
Category: Health & Fitness
Like the wildly popular festivals that have taken the yoga world by storm, Wanderlust is a road map for the millions of people engaged in cultivating their best selves. For the 20 million people who grab their yoga mats in the United States every week, this book gives a completely unique way to understand "yoga"--not just as something to do in practice, but as a broader principle for living. Wanderlust helps readers navigate their personal path and find their own true north, curating principles that embody the brand and lifestyle--authentic yoga practices, provocative thinking, music, art, good food, eco-friendly activities, and more. Each chapter includes expert yoga instruction by renowned teachers; inspiring music playlists to motivate readers to practice; thought-provoking art; awesome recipes for delicious, healthy foods to sustain a yoga regimen; and fun, unexpected detours. This wide array of ideas and beautiful visuals is designed to be hyper-stimulating--whether a reader follows the arc of the book from beginning to end or dips into chapters at random, she is sure to find something pleasing to the eye, to feel motivated to practice, and to want to reach for her deepest desires and dreams. This book brings the Wanderlust festival experience into any reader's home.
Wanderlust: It's one of the conditions of today that Douglas Coupland defined in
Generation X: a state of being so disconnected to anywhere that everywhere is
home, or might just as well be. I reckon I'm infected. I was born in Britain, grew up
Author: Don George
Wanderlust: Real-Life Tales of Adventure and Romance includes these forty-one scintillating and sizzling tales of serendipity: “On the Amazon” by Isabel Allende “Once Upon a Time in Italy” by Bill Barich “Naxos Nights” by Laurie Gough “Passionate and Penniless in Paris” by Maxine Rose Schur “Sleeping with Elephants” by Don Meredith “Romance in Romania” by Simon Winchester “Looking for Abdelati” by Tanya Shaffer “Special Delivery” by Lindsy van Gelder “England’s Decadent Delights” by Douglas Cruickshank “I Lost It at Club Med” by Po Bronson “Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow” by Taras Grescoe “Where the Hula Goddess Lives” by James D. Houston “In a French Cave” by Beth Kephart “How to Buy a Turkish Rug” by Laura Billings “The Dangers of Provence” by Peter Mayle “Hog Heaven: At the Memphis World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest” by David Kohn “Philosophy Au Lait” by David Downie “Your Money’s No Good Here” by Tim Cahill “Embraced in Spain” by Barry Yeoman “Italian Affair” by Laura Fraser “Tampax Nightmares” by Susan Hack “On Japanese Trains” by Sallie Tisdale “Oscar Night in Angkor Wat” by Jeff Greenwald “The Last Tourist in Mozambique” by Mary Roach “Inside Colombia” by Dawn MacKeen “Fade into Blue” by Amanda Jones “Navigating Nairobi” by Alicia Rebensdorf “Out of Africa” by Wendy Belcher “The Man Who Loved Books in Turkey” by Lisa Michaels “The Meaning of Gdańsk” by Jan Morris “How Zurich Invented the Modern World” by Carlos Fuentes “Storming The Beach” by Rolf Potts “Conquering Half Dome” by Don George “Looking for Mr. Watson” by Bill Belleville “Bewitched on Bali” by Pico Iyer “Lost in the Sahara” by Jeffrey Tayler “Fear, Drugs, and Soccer in Asia” by Karl Taro Greenfield “My Junior Year Abroad” by Edith Pearlman “Expatriate, with Olives” by Lucy McCauley “The Aussie Way of Wanderlust” by Tony Wheeler “When We’re Going to Be There” by Chris Colin
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Author: Megan Speers
Publisher: The Porcupine's Quill
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
"Megan Speers introduces us to an unlikely heroine who embraces a decidedly perilous but fiercely independent life in the early 2000s among the punks of Sault Ste. Marie, the third largest city in northwestern Ontario"--back cover.
Jane Pearce. WANDERLUST WANDERLUST b y J ane p earCe Front Matter.
Author: Jane Pearce
Publisher: Author House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book is the true story of my quest to live as a free spirit for a year of my life, mentally, physically and sexually. The year is 1975, I was 24 and I had abandoned a marriage and walked away from a secure job as a BBC make-up artist. Where in the modern world would I find the wide open horizons that I sought? How would I live? Would I share the adventure? The ocean, a boat and an open relationship provided my answers. Travelling with no fixed itinerary, no advance reservations, no return ticket and no fixed destination. We became true free spirits open to the dictionary's definition of adventure: 'one who lives on his wits. Risk. A remarkable happening.' My mood was at odds with the rest of the country. After the previous year's three day week, strikes and Harold Wilson's minority government, Britain was bracing itself for Denis Healey's tough new budget. I was about to sail away from all this, but what lay ahead could be much worse and certainly carried more risk. Restless, excited, optimistic and definitely naive I did it anyway. There is a phrase, "be careful what you wish for as it might come true"
... who took it good-naturedly. I tried it out myself a few days later, hitting him in
the face with a soft one, but alas I discovered that such privileges were not
accorded to beginners, or else I caught the teacher in a bad mood. Apart 11 Wanderlust.
Author: Marc Cardinal
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Meet Sydney Taylor who is born with what I call Wanderlust, which is the impulse to wander or, as they say in modern times, a strong desire to travel and explore the world. From his birth in Greater London in a town called Leytonstone, England in 1887, follow his life as he runs away at a young age of fifteen to Canada. See and learn what he experiences as he starts his life-long work with the world's largest and oldest company, the Hudson Bay Company, which explored Canada and parts of the United States of America. See him as he travels across Canada, where he begins working in the wild, rough environment of the early 1900s trading with the Native Americans in outposts across northern Ontario. The story is based on the true-life journals of Sydney Taylor but the story is expounded on in such a fashionas to learn in detailabout the history and thegeography of everything he came into contact with. OfSydney Taylor, you can see from the beginning of the book that his life must have fashioned him into a person who would continually move to new places and,as such, hedeveloped a taste for travel or, as I call it, Wanderlust.
A Holiday Story Kitty French. WANDERLUST. KITTY FRENCH. “A. The author
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Author: Kitty French
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Wanderlust by Kitty French Ruby has been in love with Ford since their university days, but she hasn't seen her former best friend in years--not since the one unforgettable kiss they shared right before he went off globe-trotting and she stayed behind. When he returns to town unexpectedly for their friends' New Year's Eve wedding, the sparks between them ignite, but can her wanderer ever settle down? Ford has never forgotten Ruby, or the kiss that changed everything between them, despite the many women he has tried to erase her with. His return to England for the wedding means a second chance with Ruby--but will one passion-filled evening with her be enough, or has he finally found his home?
Broke and unemployed, "Jumper" Sirantha Jax accepts a diplomatic mission for the government only to find herself up against Syndicate criminals, man-eating aliens, and her own grim, space-weakened body.
In the early 1900s, in a German village on the North Sea, a man named Wilhelm Schoon mistakenly thought he'd killed someone in a bar fight. Nervous, he slipped over the Dutch border and emigrated to Iowa, "where you can just spit on the ground and the corn grows three meters high!" Thirty years later his three granddaughters back in Germany inherited his land in America. One chose to emigrate; the other two stayed behind. Wanderlust chronicles the repercussions of their choices. The daughter of a midwife recalls her childhood during WWII as her home is attacked by fellow Germans. A nine-year-old boy watches his father learn the art of farming in "Amerika." An American woman follows her German husband back to Europe and for the first time views the U.S. through foreign eyes. A young man in East Germany devotes his life to the study of the violin, secretly hoping to gain a place in a touring orchestra so that he will have the chance to defect, but as the Berlin Wall falls he finds he must reevaluate his life and his ambitions. Wanderlust is both a memoir and a travelogue, a story of work, family, love, and immigration.
Wanderlust is the story of Audrey Driscoll. Orphaned young, Audrey has grown up caring for her eccentric millionaire grandfather and her demanding younger sister, Annabelle, who assume she will always be there for them. Sheltered yet restless, responsible beyond her years yet hungering for experience, Audrey is hopelessly bound until she herself makes the daring decision to leave. As the 1930s unfold, alone, camera in hand, she will shock friends and outrage family as she plunges headlong into the wider world. Crossing the Atlantic aboard the luxurious Queen Mary, Audrey meets James and Violet Hawthorne, who will draw her into a sophisticated circle of artists and expatriates. And it is they who will introduce her to Charles Parker-Scott, in who Audrey will come to recognize a twin soul, a man propelled by relentless curiosity and driven by conflicting needs for intimacy and independence. Together they will spend an exquisite summer at Cap d'Antibes, then board the Orient Express on an adventure that will carry them to a remote outpost in China. But at the farthest reaches of this journey Aubrey must choose again. Japan has attacked China. Charles knows he must return to Europe at once. But Audrey becomes involved with a besieged orphanage and decides to remain in China without Charles, caring for the abandoned children until help arrives. In time Audrey will return to America with a daughter of her own. While she must come home to San Francisco to confront a world irrevocably changed by time, she finds she cannot stay. From prewar Germany to London during the Blitz, from a wrenching reunion with Charles to a war zone in North Africa, again and again she must choose between the dictates of her conscience and the yearnings of her heart. For Audrey Driscoll and the men and women whose lives touch hers, wanderlust is the inescapable element. Born at a time when women were expected to stay close to home and fulfill traditional roles, Audrey is compelled to follow the thread of events that will destroy the complacency of the past and shape the future. From Europe to China, from San Francisco to North Africa, she is irresistibly drawn into a man's world of conflict, discovery, and danger. In a vivid novel of breathtaking scope, Danielle Steel has once again surpassed herself in creating an unforgettable tale of men and women caught in the tides of personal drama and historic event. Wanderlust is Danielle Steel's finest journey. From the Paperback edition.
In this sexy, mysterious and romantic follow up to Beautiful Americans, snow falls over the French countryside as Alex, Olivia, and Zack search for their missing classmate, PJ. But while they have been looking for their beautiful troubled friend, they?ve been losing themselves along the way. When they hear news that PJ has killed herself, each is wracked with private guilt. Then Zack returns to Paris, and swears he sees PJ and her sister alive and well. Is it true? Find out in book three, Experienced!
From the time he was a young boy, Marco Veneti had a desire to explore the world. He buys his first wheels, a 1941 Harley, in high school, a purchase that marks the beginning of his lifelong adventures on the seat of a motorcycle. Marco loves the feel of the wind in his face while exploring the countryside, always curious about what lays over the next hill or around the next curve in the road. Now, twenty-five years old, in the middle of a rainstorm in Nowhere, New Mexico, Marco looks back on his life as a vagabond, journeying on a motorcycle that takes its course over majestic mountains and sparse desert scrub. He reminisces about his encounters with people who become a major part of his life; he finds himself involved with rogue police officers who almost kill him; and he meets some rough folks along with many friendly ones—adding another chapter in life’s course. A work of fiction, Wanderlust shares one man’s love of biking as he experiences all the world offers from the seat of a motorcycle.
Stop, Thief! One spring day Tasslehoff Burrfoot comes to Solace, accidentally pockets a copper bracelet, and (forcibly) makes the acquaintance of Tanis Half-Elven and Flint Fireforge. A simple tale. Except that the fate of the entire race of Dargonesti sea elves hangs in the balance. How does this piece of kender-coveted jewelry lead the companions and a sea elf princess to ally with the phaethons, creatures with wings of flame? The answer lies with a mysterious mage, a broker of souls, who knows the bracelet's secret and has a hideous plan to rule the Black Robes. Wanderlust is the second exsciting installment in the Dragonlance saga Meetings Sextet by Steve Winter and Mary Kirchoff, author of Kendermore and Flint, the King.
Wanderlust: A Book Club Sampler from Simon & Schuster is your boarding pass to the beautiful, the mysterious, and the unknown. This book club sampler was created to pay homage to a book’s unique ability to transport your imagination around the world, taking you on journeys across distance and time. Whether you’re in the mood for a historical love story set on a sheep station in rural Australia or an illuminating memoir of life in the war-torn Middle East, these are books you and your reading group won’t want to miss: Day of Honey: A Memoir of Food, Love, and War by Annia Ciezadlo, Wildflower Hill by Kimberley Freeman, The Dovekeepers by Alice Hoffman, Amaryllis in Blueberry by Christina Meldrum, The Hundred-Foot Journey by Richard C. Morais, The Distant Hours by Kate Morton, This Burns My Heart by Samuel Park, An Atlas of Impossible Longing by Anuradha Roy. Each excerpt in Wanderlust is accompanied by a collection of bonus materials intended to enrich your reading experience, including discussion questions, suggestions for enhancing your book club meeting, and author interviews. In the spirit of looking to the horizon, we also asked each author featured in this sampler one question: “What is your favorite travel memory?” Their answers are fittingly diverse—from Christina Meldrum’s summers spent at a family cottage in Lake Margrethe, Michigan, to Alice Hoffman’s inspirational first trip to Masada, the setting of her epic new novel The Dovekeepers. Anuradha Roy, the author of An Atlas of Impossible Longing, describes the lure of armchair travel best: “All readers…carry within themselves sediments of the places they have traveled to in books, the people they’ve met on the way. Therefore the strange déjà vu is when you land in a foreign country and wonder if you’ve been there before.” So, sit back, relax, and get ready for the trip of a lifetime. Bon Voyage!
Rick Ashton In Awe of a Wanderlust and sing in their boats of wood; they can sing
with gusto all day long, their lives are hardihood. And rant and rave old Walter did
, and stomped like a big buffoon, but in a fish barrel as big as a man, he could ...
Through seventeen sonnets, relates Colonel Victor Von Vector's observations as he journeys from his own Edwardian time throughout Earth's history, using a blunderbuss gun which sends him 600 million years with each shot.