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101 Kruger tales: Extraordinary stories from ordinary visitors to Kruger National Park

101 Kruger tales: Extraordinary stories from ordinary visitors to Kruger National Park

101 Kruger tales: Extraordinary stories from ordinary visitors to Kruger National Park is a fantastic read, bedside book and travel compagnon.
Gordon, Jeff
20203
978-0-620-61132-9
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Title: 101 Kruger tales
Subtitle: Extraordinary stories from ordinary visitors to Kruger National Park
Editor: Jeff Gordon
Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa
Imprint: Struik Nature
Cape Town, South Africa 2015
ISBN 9780620611329 / ISBN 978-0-620-61132-9
Softcover, 15 x 22 cm, 410 pages, 150 colour photographs, 3 maps

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Countless Kruger visitors have had remarkable experiences on the Kruger National Park's roads, in the rest camps and even on foot, and they are well documented in '101 Kruger tales: Extraordinary stories from ordinary visitors to Kruger National Park'. Some are funny, many are hair-raising and others genuinely scary. The idea for this collection of 101 extraordinary tales from the Kruger National Park arose purely from envy. When I first set about collecting stories for the book 10 2011, I never anticipated the sheer wealth of incredible tales, accounts and anecdotes I would receive. Much like the Park itself, the whole somehow feels greater than the sum of its parts: there are stories of heartbreak, tragedy, high jinks, disappointment and astonishing luck; there are stories from the rest camps, the dirt and tarred roads, the watering holes, the picnic spots and the walking trails; and there are funny stories, curious stories, sad stories, creepy stories and stories that you'll find almost impossible to believe. But each one, I hope, captures and shares a little of the wonder and the thrill we all feel when we pass through the gates, full of anticipation of what lies ahead, into the great expanse of one of Africa's greatest treasures.


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