Travel book clubs From time to time it has occurred to me that travel journalists are also contributors to a global, collective, and virtual book club whose members enjoy the real thing, or even enriched armchair travel. Book clubs, of course, vary in their composition and rules of behaviour. Some are highly organized and formal […]
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