A culinary guide to Corfu, covering restaurants, shops, ingredients, wine, recipes and a food shopping tour of Corfu Town. Corfu is rich in history—and also rich in culinary traditions. From fish stews to scented yoghurt cake, baclava to octopus salad, there is more to eating on the island than just taramasalata and souvlakia.
A culinary guide to Mallorca, covering traditions, recipes, ingredients, shops, restaurants and wine, illustrated with full colour photographs throughout. Part of a series that takes a unique approach to introducing holiday destinations.
Spain is enjoying new found interest in its gastronomy. Most people have heard about the cuisines of Catalonia and Basque country in Spain, they are beginning to discover the wines and food of Andalucia is just as varied and sophisticated.
SPECIAL OFFER: Save £2.00 The 1950s adventures of a family and their boat Over 50 years ago, Jocelyn Greenway wrote about her family’s holidays in their 22ft Hillyard sailing boat, Puffin. Many of her accounts were published at the time with sketches, maps and photographs by her husband, Robert.
This book showcases mainly 5-star venues in every region of South Africa. It also includes a few 4-star properties and other travel attractions which the authors have selected for the unique experiences they offer. With stunning photographs and helpful descriptions, the book will help the independent traveller as well as the travel consultant plan...
This book showcases mainly 5-star game lodges in every region of South Africa. It also includes a few 4-star lodges which the authors enjoyed visiting. With stunning photographs and helpful descriptions, the book will help the independent traveller as well as the travel consultant plan their travel itineraries in South Africa.
Literary Trips, the first in a new series of literary travel guides was conceived of and compiled by acclaimed travel writer Victoria Brooks. It is aimed squarely at those who have become fascinated with a place by a favorite author, and who are as sick of packaged tours as they are of uninspired writing.
This is the second volume in a new series of literary travel guides. Continuing the successful formula of the first volume, short stories by professional travel writers are supported by comprehensive guidebook information, making this series a new concept in publishing.
This lavishly illustrated and highly informative volume is the definitive book on the Inca region of Peru. It is a breathtaking visual journey with lively and detailed text, from the sacred snowpeaks of the Andes down to the virgin rainforest of Amazonia.