Sunday, February 6, 2011

Tuck into a classic before you travel (The Province, 06 Feb 2011, Page D9)

I hold a deep fascination for how literature builds historical and geographical understanding, as well as motivation not only to read more but also to travel.  Guess I should be re-reading Michener's Hawaii and am perusing the copy of Lonely Planet's Hawaii lent from the Parungao household.  Can't wait for Spring Break, can you? 

Tuck into a classic before you travel

From The Province, 06 Feb 2011

By Vancouver-based writers Rick Cropp and Barbara Braidwood. 

Pat Conroy’s newest book, My Reading Life, arrived yesterday. Conroy, a travel writer and limner of the modern coast and islands of Georgia and South Carolina is one of the rightful heirs of famed travel writer Margaret Mitchell. Her post War more...


Bert and Pat said...

Are you looking at the back issues of Hawai'i Magazine too?

Moira Ekdahl said...

Yes, them too.

Moira Ekdahl said...

There's still room in the condo if you want to join us.