Atlas Obscura Explorer's Journal: Let Your Curiosity Be Your Compass

Category: Book
Contributions By: Foer, Joshua
Contributions By: Morton, Ella
Contributions By: Thuras, Dylan
Subject:  SELF-HELP / Journaling
  TRAVEL / General
  TRAVEL / Museums, Tours, Points of Interest
  TRAVEL / Special Interest / Adventure
Audience: general/trade
Publisher: Workman Publishing Co
Published: October 2017
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 8.25in x 6.00in
Our Price:
$ 26.95
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Additional Notes

From The Publisher*Let your curiosity be your compass! Created by the same brilliant, intrepid team who wrote the #1 bestseller Atlas Obscura and reinvented the travel book for a new generation, comes a traveler's journal that belongs in every backpack, carry-on, messenger bag-or, when not abroad, on the desk, open for keeping notes for the next journey.
This ruggedly handsome and sturdy blank journal features a lay-flat binding and a storage pocket in the back (just right for ticket stubs, receipts, boarding passes, and more). The paper is high quality and printed with a variety of lines and grids, perfect for keeping track of itineraries, writing down impressions, making lists, sketching maps and sites, noting discoveries, and more.

In addition, the journal includes practical reference, like time zones, weights and measures, and seasonal climate charts. And there's an appendix of inspiration-a brief guide, with maps, to finding the hidden magic in a dozen of the world's most interesting cities, New York to Shanghai to Budapest to Tokyo to Cairo.

Don't get off the beaten track without it.