The locations that are brought out of the shadows for examination in his Atlas of the Unexpected would challenge the most intrepid travellers – not to mention the sat-nav, however sophisticated.
Here’s a geographical glimpse of the quirky, off the beaten track and downright weird in this wonderful world of ours. It makes for fascinating and compelling reading.
Atlas of the Unexpected is a voyage to places infamous and unknown; stopping off along the way to look at places odd and enchanting, ancient and modern around the globe.
We are introduced to accidental discoveries, chance happenings and amazing dwellings and communities. It’s a ride the reader won’t want to stop until the last travelogue at the Canfranc railway station, high in the Pyranees – a fitting terminus for this excellent and entertaining book.
Travis Elborough is a well known travel writer and a regular contributor to the print and broadcast media.
The Atlas of the Unexpected is published in hardback by White Lion Publishing at £20.00.
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