In deze categorie probeer ik reis-literatuur te verzamelen.

The road to little Dribbling

Bill Bryson, een vervolg op "Notes from a small Isle"

Een heerlijk boek over Groot Britannie .

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Zen en de kunst van het motoronderhoud

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zen_en_de_Kunst_van_het_Motoronderhoud

Dit boek ben ik aan het herlezen, nu in het Nederlands. In een herdruk schrijft Pirsig dat zijn zoon Chris is vermoord. Een raar idee wanneer je naar de cover van het boek kijkt. 

Alain de Botton The art of travel

Bestselling philosopher

Alain de Botton, author of The Consolations of Philosophy and Status Anxiety , explores the highs and lows, ups and downs, of holidays in -The Art of Travel

Reizen zonder John - Geert Mak

De reis van Steinbeck maar dan 50 jaar later

Op reis door Zweden

Marcellus Emants 1877

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcellus_Emants

On the road

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Road_ Jack Kerouac

Travels with Charley

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Travels_with_Charley:

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John Steinbeck

A voyage for mad man

In 1968, nine sailors set off on the most daring race ever held: to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe nonstop. It was a feat that had never been accomplished and one that would forever change the face of sailing. Ten months later, only one of the nine men would cross the finish line and earn fame, wealth, and glory. For the others, the reward was madness, failure, and death.

In this extraordinary book, Peter Nichols chronicles a contest of the individual against the sea, waged at a time before cell phones, satellite dishes, and electronic positioning systems. A Voyage for Madmenis a tale of sailors driven by their own dreams and demons, of horrific storms in the Southern Ocean, and of those riveting moments when a split-second decision means the difference between life and death.

Peter Nichols

(source bol.com)

Passage to Juneau

Jonathan Raban conducts readers along the Inside Passage from Seattle to Juneau. The physical distance is 1,000 miles of difficult-and often treacherous-water, which Raban navigates solo in a 35-foot sailboat.

But Passage to Juneau also traverses a gulf of centuries and cultures: the immeasurable divide between the Northwest's Indians and its first European explorers-- between its embattled fishermen and loggers and its pampered new class. Along the way, Raban offers captivating discourses on art, philosophy, and navigation and an unsparing narrative of personal loss.