If you don’t know it, I live in Toronto, which in the past year feels like it has been in perpetual lockdown. Like so many adventurer plans have been put on hold, like for the whole of 2021. This has meant I’ve had to seek out more local places to explore. There are always great sites of interest that we take for granted, because they are so close those. It has also meant that there has been more time for catching up on the growing reading list. This has got me thinking about my favourite travel related books. Here is my list, which I will be adding to as I recollect and finish reading from my pile.
- Songlines by Bruce Chatwin
- Wild by Cheryl Strayed
- Hiking the West Coast of Vancouver Island
- Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay
- The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon