Everyone knows that friend or family member who seems to spend as much time out of the country as in it, and they can be pretty tricky to buy for. Here are some ideas to get you started…
The Lonely Planet franchise is a trusted name in the travel industry and this yearly guide never fails to disappoint. Organised into lists of the top 10 Everything Travel Related you’ll find out what music festivals you should go to, as well as the buzz countries and cities are for 2010. With the top ten places to cycle and even a list of the top 10 airports, this is intersting as well as inspiring! Sure to spark the travel bug in anyone, a great gift for the adventurous…or bored.$25.00 Paperback.
This collection of 100 postcards of book covers is a great gift for a whole range of people from travellers to book or design lovers. In this technological age, sending a postcard may be a novelty, but with these postcards its sure got character. In a letterbox or a picture frame, these classic book covers have stood the test of time and will go very well under a christmas tree. $39.95.
Shannon Bennett’s PARIS: A personal guide to the cities best.
This is a beautiful hardcover book thats part travel guide, travel literature written by well known chef Shannon Bennett. A lovely gift for those that love the city of love, like Bennett himself, or those who have it at the top of their To Visit list. Because, after all, we’ll always have Paris. $45.00, Hardback.