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Matador’s narrative travel writing includes long form narrative essays, nonlinear narratives, micro narratives, and some of the most innovative writers working in nonfiction.

Photo: David Page

A wee Scottish tour

These cannabis edibles are the key to seeing India’s desert by camel

I wore the same shirt for an entire 12-day trip. And it magically stayed clean.

Behind the scenes on a cruise ship — secrets from the crew

How WWOOFing can easily turn into a travel nightmare

You can run with the bulls every week in the Azores Islands

In the Azores Islands, you can drink tea straight from a volcano

The adventures of a traveling Hot Cheeto

I went on a 4,000-mile road trip with my cat, and this is what happened

Swimming with dolphins in the Red Sea is a truly magical experience

I visited one of the strangest places in Mexico: the San Juan Bautista temple. Here is what I saw.

Looking for the world’s most elusive wild cats in Borneo

What it’s like traveling to Cuba as a Cuban American

How visiting Auschwitz taught me, a deaf-blind woman, how to sightsee

8 horror stories from people going through customs

Why minimalists make the best travelers

The thrill of looking for and finding gorillas in Virunga National Park

Going Om: Shrines, shamans, and the lack of sarcasm in Bali

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