New-look DK guide just fails to hit the mark As big fans of DK travel guides over the years, my wife and I were a little disappointed in this latest new-look version. It still packs in plenty of useful information about places to visit along with photos and maps, but the paper is matte rather than shiny, so the images look much poorer. Gone too are the extensive pages of helpful info about where to stay and where to eat, getting around and handling all the myriad mysteries of local transport, documentation, money-changing: these have been…
A useful family guide This 384-page book – the printed edition of October 2019 – is a colourful and informative guide to the highlights of the âRainbow Nationâ of South Africa; for real visitors and armchair travellers alike.It has all the usual features, including excellent maps and illustrations, with excellent colour photos breaking up the text columns, so you know what you are looking for. It is a handy up-to-date guidebook, ideal for planning or guiding a family holiday.The Contents are…
Terrific guide to South Africa This guide book on South Africa is principally linked to Cape Town. Having close family ties in Johannesburg and Cape Town, I am a frequent visitor to the country and have also experienced many of the places and tours suggested. The book gives a synopsis of the different areas with maps, brief histories and recommended places to stay. It cannot be fully comprehensive as with only 384 pages, this is but a guide.This DK eyewitness book is ideal for new and even past travellers to…
Comments are disabled for this post.
A Food Lovers Paradise
Business Advice and Reviews
Kitchen and Cookware
Wear Smart Links - The Latest In Techwear
Register | Lost your password?
What is the usual colour of the sky on a sunny day?
Sign In | Lost your password?
Username or E-mail
Sign In | Register