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There is a saying that “Books are a man’s best friend” we don’t accept that completely.  As a friend for us has to be a living being. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that they make you learn new things, inspire and make you do new things.

There are books specifically written on Travel. These books (Travel books) lure you to fall into the habit of travelling far and wide. Here is Bunkotel’s take on best books that will inspire you to travel and might who knows visit Bunkotel!

1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Everybody loves this book. In fact, there are two types of people in the world one who have read it, and others who have not. It is actually a story of a boy travelling from Spain to Egypt and finding the true meaning of love and life. Read this and travel more!

2.The Geography of Bliss, by Eric Weiner

“What makes a society happy” is what Eric Weiner wants to find in this interesting book. He travels to Moldova (touted as the most unhappy place), Iceland, Denmark, India, Qatar on his journey although whether he finds his answer is debatable the book is worth a read, and places he mentions worth travelling.

3. Eat, Pray, Love by Eliza Gilbert

Eliza Gilbert not (Julia Roberts) leaves on a journey to find herself. She visits Italy, India and Indonesia. This books This book always comes first when we talk about travel. It is the story of Eliza Gilbert who is a modern-day American woman, who leaves behind her life to examine different aspects of her nature. She goes for pleasure to Italy, for devotion in India and finally to Bali. If this book won’t inspires you to travel, no book will.

4. Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-term World Travel by Rolf Potts

Want to travel solo? Then this book certainly gives you courage, motivation and philosophy to travel alone. Considered “God of vagabonds”. Travelling all over the world his book has enough in-depth data to help you save for your journey and finally take one. A must read for long-haul travel journeys.

5. Holy Cow: An Indian Adventure by Sarah MacDonald

A book about us from a foreigners perspective, Sarah McDonalds is a journalist who becomes a backpacker and takes on heat, pollution, poverty yogis, babas, and film stars.  It takes you on an adventure in your own country, (If you are Indian) and prepares you for what you might see in India If you are a foreigner.












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