Travel

Front cover of Roads Less Travelled by Justin Bonello
Roads Less Travelled - Justin Bonello

Roads Less Travelled by Justin Bonello written by Helena Lombard is the ultimate book for every guy or girl that's ever lit a fire - whether you're still battling to get your mates to give you the tongs, or have already got yours . . . gold-plated. We're talking about the braai and it happens all across South Africa, no matter what the weather, because our social get-togethers just wouldn't be the same without it: it's that build up before the big match or the aftermath of a great party.

R95.00
Front cover of A Labyrinth of Kingdoms by Steve Kemper
A Labyrinth of Kingdoms - Steve Kemper

A Labyrinth of Kingdoms by Steve Kemper is the first english biography of Heinrich Barth which rescues Barth from obscurity.

R145.00
Front cover of Pocket Travel Atlas by Phillip's
Pocket Travel Atlas - Phillip's

Phillip's Pocket Travel Atlas is a compact and portable world atlas and is ideal for the briefcase, suitcase or back-pack. The 96 pages of up-to-date world maps are physically coloured to give a vivid portrayal of the Earth's landforms, with cities, towns, major transport routes and administrative boundaries clearly shown. Additional information for the traveller includes population statistics and maps showing time zones, flight paths and world climate, together with street plans for 40 of the world's most visited cities, arranged in alphabetical order for ease of reference.

R75.00
Front cover of Last Days of the Bus Club by Chris Stewart
Last Days of the Bus Club - Chris Stewart

Last Days of the Bus Club by Chris Stewart is the fourth instalment set in his Spanish farm. It's two decades since Chris Stewart moved to his farm on the wrong side of a river in the mountains of southern Spain and his daughter Chlöe is preparing to fly the nest for university.

R105.00
Front cover of On the Wild West by Mark Twain
On the Wild West - Mark Twain

On the Wild West by Mark Twain concentrates on his journey through America's Wild West, tapping into the perennial interest in this period in history. From 1861 to 1867, a young Mark Twain travelled through the Wild West. Following an abortive foray into a career as a Confederate Cavalry man he opted instead to head off on a stagecoach road trip with his brother Orion, who had just been appointed Secretary of Nevada Territory. Twain sets out on an epic voyage from Missouri to Sacramento.

R85.00
Front cover of Carsick by John Waters
Carsick - John Waters

Carsick by John Waters is an unforgettable ride with a wickedly funny companion - and a celebration of America's weird, astonishing, and generous citizens. John Waters is putting his life on the line. Armed with wit, a pencil-thin moustache, and a cardboard sign that reads 'I'm Not Psycho', he hitchhikes across America from Baltimore to San Francisco, braving lonely roads and treacherous drivers. But who should we be more worried about, the delicate film director with genteel manners or the unsuspecting travellers transporting the Pope of Trash?

R120.00