By Chris Marais, Julienne du Toit
Award profitable commute writers Chris Marais and Julienne du Toit pack their trusty bakkie and force the whole size of South Africa's shorelines, from Alexander Bay within the west to Kosi Bay within the east, assembly the unusual and the fantastic, the felony and the loopy components of beach South Africa en route.
This well known writer duo pack their trusty bakkie and force the complete size of South Africa's shorelines, from Alexander Bay within the west to Kosi Bay within the east. On their 10-week trip, they meet the bizarre and the fantastic, the legal and the loopy parts of beach South Africa. the problems, the drama, the heritage, the journey and the comedian humour one unearths on a daily basis at the coast of this kingdom make for a charming armchair shuttle learn. shores is all approximately diamond divers, surfers, skippers domestic from the ocean, fishermen, shrewdpermanent baboons, dodgy builders, Rastafarians, Cadillac creditors, wooded area adventurers, Transkei nannies, sushi cooks, Zulu-shield makers, abalone poachers and a modern day Robinson Crusoe. It's a beneficiant slice of South African existence, with its foibles, squabbles and the occasional homicidal oyster. are available, the water's fine—for now...
Chris Marais and Julienne du Toit - authors of A Drink of Dry Land and Namibia area - are go back and forth writers who've received a variety of awards for his or her journal paintings through the years. They traverse Southern Africa looking for reliable tales and fascinating humans. shores is their most modern journey and, when it comes to encounters and concerns, their largest - and so much profitable - problem to date.