Experimental Travel, written by Rachael Antony and JoÎl Henry, is as the title suggests all about experimental travel, whether it be spending a weekend blindfolded, travelling to K2 on the map or wearing a cow’s head. I’m lucky enough to have been a contributor to the book (which looks awesome, despite Lonely Planet’s decision not to list the authors’ names on the cover – bad, bad). My exercise was to travel around the world via a bookshelf. Probably not as interesting as some of the other examples in the book unless you’re a bibliophile, like me. But well worth checking out. Double props to Rach and JoÎl!