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Top 5 travel books

 Must read Travel Books

Exotic location: BALI.
Travel book: Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert.

The book is basically about how the author's spiritual seeking lands her in India and Bali. Her frank rundown on the places she visits and the people she meets is not only entertaining but also inspiring. What's best is somewhere down the line each and every one of you will relate to her 'soul-searching' journey.

Must read Travel Books

Exotic location: PARIS.

Travel book: The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.

Reading this Dan Brown's suspense and thriller book while you're visiting the famous Louvre Museum and the churches or even while sipping fresh coffee in a Parisian café will open up a whole range of experience. You'll feel like you're solving the clues and cracking the codes with Professor Langdon and Sophie Neveu themselves!

Must read Travel Books

Exotic location: ROME.

Travel book: When In Rome… by Gemma Townley.

As the author herself describes it, the book is about Pizzas & Passion. Centered around Georgie Beauchamps, Gemma writes about how an uninteresting London girl rediscovers the meaning of life and love in Rome.

Must read Travel Books

Exotic location: SPAIN.
Travel Book: Death in the Afternoon by Ernest Hemingway.

If your fascination for matadors is nudging you to go to Spain then you have to read Death in the Afternoon. The book revolves around the art of BULLFIGHTING and its meaning within Spanish culture.

Must read Travel Books


Exotic location: Alaska.
Travel Book: Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer.

It's the story of a young man named Chris McCandless, who decides to give up his job, house, lifestyle and each and every belonging to move to the ALASKAN WILDERNESS. Under the name of 'Alexander Supertramp', Chris vanishes into the wild in search of something meaningful. His unrelenting devotion to the journey is bound to leave you speechless.