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10 Travel Books to Spark Your Wanderlust

“Travel makes one modest. You see what tiny place you occupy in the world”- Gustave Flaubert.

Travelers are different people, they hate being tied down to ‘normal lives’ and look for meaning of life or explore and experience new people and cultures by travelling. So, if you still need a reason, here’s our list of 10 travel books to spark your wanderlust to remind you what an irreplaceable experience it is.

#1.  On the Road- Jack Kerouac

On the Road- Jack Kerouac
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The book transports the reader from New York to Denver, San Francisco and LA. After reading Kerouac’s accounts of his travels in this wonderful book, you might not be able to settle in one place ever again! There’s jazz, poetry and drugs and Dean Moriarity’s thirst for life gives this book a unique charm.

#2.  The Alchemist- Paulo Coelho

The Alchemist- Paulo Coelho
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This one is for dreamers and who are willing to travel and experience life to find out its true meaning. This story follows a young shepherd boy who is in search for his destiny. The book is full of wonderful and inspirational experiences and inspires one to follow his dreams.

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