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Karoo Keepsakes II Ebook

4.00 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

R150.00

The Karoo Legends continue – the award-winning twin book (available here in e-Book format) to Karoo Keepsakes I.
Format: PDF. File size: 16.42 MB

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KAROO KEEPSAKES II – THE JOURNEYS CONTINUE

Building on the success of Karoo Keepsakes I, we bring you four more years of stories from South Africa’s heartland in a larger, more comprehensive Ebook.

  • Add to your Keepsakes collection with this fine book, which is perfect for armchair- and real-time travel;
  • Ride with the authors as they visit far-flung places in the Great Karoo and beyond;
  • Teach the kids about the friendliest desert in the world;
  • Download Karoo Keepsakes II and you will always have the Karoo with you;
  • It comes at a great price and the shopping process is easy.

So jump in the bakkie and let’s explore the vast Karoo together!

 

4.00 out of 5

3 reviews for Karoo Keepsakes II Ebook

  1. 4 out of 5

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    Julienne du Toit and Chris Marais are two of South Africa’s finest journalists and reading their stories is a delicious pleasure.

  2. 4 out of 5

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    Karoo Keepsakes I & II were the two best reads in a long time. I shall always treasure those two electronic books.

  3. 4 out of 5

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    In Karoo Keepsakes and Karoo Keepsakes II (also available in Afrikaans as Knapsak vol Karoo I and II) you’ll meet musicians, sculptors, collectors, healers, rogues, quilters and karretjie people. You’ll learn to appreciate creatures like Karoo sheep, meerkats, tortoises, giant earthworms, ostriches (which they describe as ‘Karoo sock-puppets’) and donkeys that are part of the family. One chap loved his big-eared donkeys so much, they tell us, that he’d play the fiddle for them in the evenings.

    You’ll also delve into the charm of the land of flood and drought, wind pumps, leiwater furrows, quiver trees and prickly pears, of heritage roses, fossils, matjieshuise and the Nama Riel. And if you’re up for more fun, let the authors escort you to festivals like AfrikaBurn or the dusty madness of the Williston Winter Festival.

    For more, have a look here: http://www.roxannereid.co.za/blog/enjoy-virtual-travels-through-the-karoo

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