Our Friend and Author Julian Worker

Julian Worker has been writing for In The Know Traveler for years. He is a traveler and writer who has been everywhere. I am jealous. I recently learned that Julian has penned two new book. We, at ITKT, applaud his efforts and hope everyone will consider supporting his latest writings.

From Julian Worker

Hi Devin:

Further to your tweet of earlier today, July 2013, here are the URLs for the books on Amazon.

The first is a book of ten traveller’s tales called Ten Traveller’s Tales – the subject matter is British Columbia, The Baltic Countries, and Cape Town.

Ten Traveller’s Tales

The second is a book ideal for reading on holiday when you have a few minutes here and a few minutes there to find out about some of Britain’s little known traditions such as Arrow Catching, Walking the Weasel, and Turtle Rinsing:

40 Humourous British Traditions

Best wishes,


Traveler JulianJulian has written articles on Middle Eastern and European architecture for the US magazine Skipping Stones. He has written travel articles that were published in The Toronto Globe and Mail, Fate Magazine, National Catholic Register, and Northwest Travel. Julian has also written articles for the In The Know Traveler, Go Nomad, InTravelmag, and Go World Travel websites. He has also taken many photographs that have appeared in travel guides by National Geographic, Thomas Cook and The Rough Guides. Examples of his work can be found at http://www.photographersdirect.com/sellers/details.asp?portfolio=13734