I always take a book or two on my travels as you never know where you get stuck and have to wait a couple of hours.  And yes, I do prefer a book rather than all the electronic e-readers that are available on the market.  The reason?  It is dust proof and never needs charging – it is simply always available and exchangeable for a new read anywhere on the globe.  Well, maybe I am a bit old fashioned but I like a book!

Some of the books that I enjoyed to read were:

  • Babylon’s Ark – Lawrence Anthony
  • The night of the knives – Jon Evans
  • The last Resort – Douglas Rogers
  • The cloud garden – Tom Hart Dyke & Paul Winder
  • The Man-Eaters of Tsavo – John Henry Patterson
  • The Last Rhinos – Lawrence Anthony
  • Long Way Down – Ewan McGregor & Charley Boorman
  • The Lost Boy – Aher Arop Bol
  • Mulberry Forest (Moerbei Bos) – Dalene Matthee
  • The White Nile – Alan Moorehead
  • The Good Italian – Stephen Burke
  • Cape to Cairo – Kingsley Holgate
  • The Elephant Whisperer – Lawrence Anthony
  • Queen of  Shaba – Joy Adamson
  • The Trouble with Africa – Vic Guhrs
  • The Delta – Tony Park
  • The Long Way Round  – Charley Boorman
  • I dreamed of Africa – Kuki Gullman
  • Night of the Lions – Kuki Gullman
  • Swahili for the broken-hearted – Peter Moore
  • Open Cockpit over Africa – Victor Smith
  • The Kite Runner – Khaled Hosseini
  • Emma’s War – Deborah Scroggins
  • Seerowers, kameelkoppe & chillies vir tee – Ilse Salzwedel
  • Papillon – Henri Charriere
  • Around Africa on my bicycle – Riaan Manser
  • Jupiter’s Travels – Ted Simon
  • Winning is not enough – Sir Jackie Stewart


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