BOOKS ABOUT TRAVEL

    Hello,  There are various types of books on travel.

    SubCategory:

    HOW TO BE A TRAVELER? Not a guide, but by example type books.
    - Alex Garland The Beach
    - James Michener The Drifters
    - "No shitting in the toilet." By Peter Moore
    - Jack Kerouac "On the Road" (1957) - Maybe more about how to be crazy.
    -  Are You Experienced? by William Sutcliffe
     

    DESTINATION BOOKS WRITTEN A PROSE- A STORY
    Explain where or how to visit a place in the world. 

    GUIDEBOOKS: Hotels and transportation. etc.  
    Has their own link
    :   Guidebooks
    Lonely Planet, Roughguide, Footprints, Frommers, Routards, Let's Go. Moon, etc.

    HISTORICAL NOVELS ABOUT TRAVEL
    James Michener   The Source (Israel)  Alaska  Hawaii  Caribbean   Centennial  Texas  Poland  Caravans (Afghanistan)  Mexico  Iberia (Spain Non-Fiction)  Tales of the South Pacific 
              About Hobo Backpackers: The Drifters
              The future of travel: Space

    HISTORY OF TRAVEL - These are books that influenced the way people think and
    created a desire in people to travel.
    - Alex Garland The Beach

    ANECDOTE - Humorous and story telling books.
    "No shitting in the toilet." By Peter Moore
    - Bill Bryson

    CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT
    "One Hundred Years of Solitude" (South America)
    The Ugly American (Thailand)

    AUTHORS I TO READ, OR WANT TO READ... Please explain.

    "The Sheltering Sky"

    "Malvania, a land not touched by modern denistry."

    - Greene's  The Quiet American (Vietnam)

    "Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe"

     - Earnest Hemingway - The Sun Also Rises (1926), a novel that captures the attitudes of a hard-drinking, fast-living set of disillusioned young expatriates in postwar Paris.

     - William Burroughs - A so-called Junkie traveler and part of the Beat Generation.  Big influence on travelers in the 50s and 60s. He influenced people to leave the norm and do your own things.

    Jack Kerouac
           born March 12, 1922, Lowell, Mass., U.S.
           died Oct. 21, 1969, St. Petersburg, Fla.
    original name Jean-Louis Kerouac U.S. poet and novelist, leader and spokesman of the Beat movement. Kerouac gave the Beat movement its name and celebrated its code of poverty and freedom in a series of novels of which the first and best known is On the Road (1957). The word beatnik comes from the word beat.

    John Steinbeck - Travels With Charlie

COUNTRY GENRE BOOKS:

AFGHANISTAN:
James Michener Caravans (Afghanistan)

INDIA:
Are You Experienced? by William Sutcliffe
"An Autobiography" or "The Story of my experiments with Truth." M. K. Gandhi

ISRAEL:
James Michener   The Source (Israel)

MEXICO:
James Michener  Mexico

POLAND:
James Michener Poland

SPAIN:
James Michener Iberia (Spain Non-Fiction)

THAILAND:
Alex Garland The Beach
The Ugly American

USA:
James Michener Alaska  Hawaii   Centennial  Texas

VIETNAM:
Greene's  The Quiet American

CONTINENT GENRE BOOKS:
James Michener  Caribbean  Tales of the South Pacific 

Please recommend a book, whether historical, fiction, etc.
That helps you to learn about any country of the world.

AUDIBLE BOOKS:

DIRECTORY OF PAGES OF LIST OF TRAVEL BOOKS:
travelbooks.com
travelbookshop.com
bookpassage.com

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