In Celebrate with Lorna Maseko the South African TV personality invites you to have a burger and chips with her; enjoy Asian food; shares her mom's favourite chicken dish; get to know Mexican food at the hand of Chef Carlos Gayton; make the perfect steak and invite people for a braai ... all courtesy of our own celebrity chef, Lorna Maseko.
A playful and profound guidebook full of surprising, brief, incisive glimpses into Japanese culture
Pico Iyer has been living around Kyoto for more than thirty-two years, but he admits at the outset of this book that he sometimes feels he knows less now than when he arrived. In the constantly surprising pages that follow, he shows how an evening with Meryl Streep, a walk through a ghostly deer park, even a call to the local Apple service centre can open up his adopted home in fresh and invigor
The Basque Country Travel Guide - travel advice and expert tips on French and Spanish sides of the border and neighbouring Navarre, including Bilbao and San Sebastian, Biarritz and the French Pyrenees. Also covers walking routes, surfing spots, wildlife, birdwatching, pilgrim routes, local food, txakoli wine, maps and practical information.
Armenia Travel Guide - Expert holiday advice including Yerevan highlights, monasteries, UNESCO World Heritage sites, national parks and the Transcaucasian Trail. Also covering hotels, volunteering, walking, cycling, winter sports, wildlife, Noratus, khackars, Ejmiatsin, Tatev, Geghard, Vayots Dzor , petroglyphs and ancient art, Selim caravanserai.
KwaZulu-Natal is culturally rich, offering a wide range of writers - writing mainly in English and Zulu - who are linked through their lives and their writing to this province of South Africa. The writers include, to name just a few, Alan Paton, Roy Campbell, Lewis Nkosi, Ronnie Govender, Wilbur Smith, Daphne Rooke, Credo Mutwa and Gcina Mhlophe.
Bo-Kaap, what is it? The name, to some, conjures up an image of a district of Cape Town with colourful houses, eastern cooking and music. In reality though, there is far more to Bo-Kaap and “Bo- Kaap, das bunte Herz Kapstadts” helps to explore this. Firstly, who lives here today? Its earliest residents in the latter days of the 17th century were European tradesmen who could ill afford houses in the town centre; Later, some of these properties were purchased by Muslims which explains the present
Part of the international 111 Places/111 Shops series, features unusual places not found in traditional travel guides. Illustrated with 111 full-page colour photographs, this is an insider's guide to Cape Town.
Awesome South Africa will intrigue you, make you laugh, astonish and astound you. This entertaining compilation on South Africa is packed full of humour, history, interesting facts and trivia about South Africa and its people. This recently launched Second Edition is now updated with the latest information and statistics.