Blog posts tagged with 'pico iyer'

Cuba, This Moment, Exactly So
Cuba, This Moment, Exactly So is exactly the right book for travelers in this moment. The immersive coffee table book drops its readers right into the heart and soul of Cuba, the next best thing to traveling there in person. Drawing on more than 50 trips to the island over the past 20 years, award-winning photographer Lorne Resnick presents over 250 passionate and heartwarming black-and-white and color photographs vividly depicting Cuba, the "Pearl of the Antilles." Interleaved with Resnick’s photos are 30 poignant micro-stories by Brian Andreas. Pico Iyer, who has written a novel about Cuba, introduces the book.
Top Ten Fall Travel Titles
Autumn is the perfect time for reflection, as we return from our summer travels and begin to dream up new destinations. To help inspire you, we've culled a list of the top ten new travel books we're excited to see published this fall. It's your season, armchair travelers, so curl up with some hot cider and prepare to be taken to new places. For more forthcoming travel books, click here. Plotted, A Literary Atlas.
ETC 2015
Longitude spent last week in snowbound Boston for the Educational Travel Conference, where we met with our travel partners and explored the world of educational travel through panels, meetings and a talented host of keynote speakers, among them, veteran travel writer Pico Iyer. Iyer has written on Cuba and the Night, on Video Night in Kathmandu, on the global journey of the fourteenth Dalai Lama (The Open Road) and on some of the loneliest places in the world (Falling Off the Map), among many other destinations.