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The Scale of Famous Journeys (Paperback): Joanna Brundle The Scale of Famous Journeys (Paperback)
Joanna Brundle
R207 R167 Discovery Miles 1 670 Save R40 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Auld Reekie - An Edinburgh Anthology (Hardcover): Ralph Lownie Auld Reekie - An Edinburgh Anthology (Hardcover)
Ralph Lownie
R427 Discovery Miles 4 270 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this widely-praised anthology Ralph Lownie draws on a wide range of sources, including speeches, memoirs, letters, poems, novels and journals, to capture the physicality and spirit of Scotlands capital.

Walking With Plato - A Philosophical Hike Through the British Isles (Hardcover): Gary Hayden Walking With Plato - A Philosophical Hike Through the British Isles (Hardcover)
Gary Hayden 1
R431 R348 Discovery Miles 3 480 Save R83 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"If one keeps on walking, everything will be alright." So said Danish writer Soren Kierkegaard, and so thought philosophy buff Gary Hayden as he set off on Britain's most challenging trek: to walk from John O'Groats to Land's End. But it wasn't all quaint country lanes, picture-postcard villages and cosy bed and breakfasts. In this humorous, inspiring and delightfully British tale, Gary finds solitude and weary limbs bring him closer to the wisdom of the world's greatest thinkers. Recalling Rousseau's reverie, Bertrand Russell's misery, Plato's love of beauty and Epicurus' joy in simplicity, Walking with Plato offers a breath of fresh, country air and clarity for anyone craving an escape from the humdrum of everyday life.

Eat Pray Love (Paperback, Special Edition): Elizabeth Gilbert Eat Pray Love (Paperback, Special Edition)
Elizabeth Gilbert 1
R240 R189 Discovery Miles 1 890 Save R51 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

A beautiful new limited edition paperback of Eat Pray Love, published as part of the Bloomsbury Modern Classics list To travel is worth any cost or sacrifice. I am loyal and constant in my love for travel, as I have not always been loyal and constant in my other loves. Newly divorced journalist Elizabeth Gilbert is struggling to carve out an authentic identity in New York. Desperate to reinvigorate her life and connect with the world around her, she embarks on a modern-day pilgrimage. With warmth and humour, Gilbert chronicles a journey from Italy to India and, finally, to Bali. Each country serves as a vivid backdrop for self-exploration as she comes to terms with the choices that have hitherto defined her life, and begins to rediscover herself.

Tiny Churches (Hardcover): Dixe Wills Tiny Churches (Hardcover)
Dixe Wills 1
R503 R337 Discovery Miles 3 370 Save R166 (33%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

While travelling all over Britain on his push bike, non-flying travel writer Dixe Wills is forever popping into old churches to look around, grab a moment of tranquility or just to shelter from the elements. Extending his love of all things tiny into yet another area, this book is his guide to 60 of the loveliest and most diminutive churches that Britain has to offer, many of which are known only to locals or tourists who are simply lucky enough to stumble across them. Each church is so tiny that only about 30 people could fit comfortably inside, and each is open to the public. Representing a unique slice of British local history and attitudes, tiny churches are the great survivors of the world. Unlike grand cathedrals, they were built to serve more humble ends, but they withstood centuries of religious unrest (and the Victorian 'church improvers') to survive into this most irreligious of centuries. Today, scattered all over Britain, these atmospheric places retain the essence of what they were when the stonemasons, labourers, smiths, carpenters and glaziers were corralled together to build them.

Kingdom Of Georgia (Hardcover): Oliver Wardrop Kingdom Of Georgia (Hardcover)
Oliver Wardrop
R5,219 Discovery Miles 52 190 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 1888, this guide for travellers to Georgia presents information on all of the country's regions, as well as its history, language, literature, and political conditions.

Twenty-Five Years in Kashmir - Headmaster on a Mission (Hardcover): John Ray Twenty-Five Years in Kashmir - Headmaster on a Mission (Hardcover)
John Ray
R452 R416 Discovery Miles 4 160 Save R36 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book contains John Ray's personal life account as Principal of the Biscoe School in the heart of Srinagar between 1962 and 1986. Intended as 'something to give leaving students', it touches on people and events in a very different age. Hippies, chief ministers, bishops and Kashmiri people of every background crowd the stage, set against the background of a school extraordinary in its range of adventurous activities. Jyoti Sahi's drawings picture the now vanished Kashmiri scene and Wajahat Habibullah's sobering foreword recalls the narrative from stories of a time gone by to consideration of the harsh realities of the present. Anyone concerned for Kashmir, or indeed for the pressures of living across cultures in today's identity-seeking landscape, will find much interest here.

Among the Believers - An Islamic Journey (Paperback): V. S. Naipaul Among the Believers - An Islamic Journey (Paperback)
V. S. Naipaul 1
R250 R215 Discovery Miles 2 150 Save R35 (14%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Among the Believers is V.S. Naipaul's classic account of his journeys through Iran, Pakistan, Malaysia, and Indonesia; `the believers' are the Muslims he met on those journeys, young men and women battling to regain the original purity of their faith in the hope of restoring order to a chaotic world. It is a uniquely valuable insight into modern Islam and the comforting simplifications of religious fanaticism. `This book investigates the Islamic revolution and tries to understand the fundamentalist zeal that has gripped the young in Iran and other Muslim countries . . . He is a modern master.' - Sunday Times `His level of perception is of the highest, and his prose has become the perfect instrument for realizing those perceptions on the page. His travel writing is perhaps the most important body of work of its kind in the second half of the century.' - Martin Amis, author of Time's Arrow.

Around Iceland on inspiration (Paperback): Riaan Manser Around Iceland on inspiration (Paperback)
Riaan Manser
R456 R329 Discovery Miles 3 290 Save R127 (28%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

South Africas best-known adventurer Riaan Manser takes on his toughest and coldest - challenge ever, to kayak around Iceland accompanied by Dan Skinstad, who suffers from mild cerebral palsy. Confronted by icy seas, raging winter storms and logistical nightmares, the two adventurers overcome daunting obstacles, including coming to terms with how to work together as a team. This is a story about courage, friendship, determination and inspiration. It captures the true spirit of adventure and the stark beauty of Iceland. This is Riaan's story behind the controversial TV series aired in 2012 and is set to become another best-seller.

After Dark - A Nocturnal Exploration of Madrid (Paperback): Ben Stubbs After Dark - A Nocturnal Exploration of Madrid (Paperback)
Ben Stubbs
R282 R264 Discovery Miles 2 640 Save R18 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In 1762 the philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau observed that we are blind half our lives because of what we miss during the night. Yet we fear the dark, and are led to believe that bad things happen during the small hours, especially in cities. This is when insomniacs, psychopaths and photophobics--those who are afraid of the light--roam the streets; the time when 'normal' people should be tucked up in their beds. The Elizabethan playwright Thomas Middleton wrote that there should be 'no occupation but sleepe, feed, and fart' during night-time hours.Yet there have long been literary walkers, flaneurs, who have wandered the dark streets of their cities to uncover the secrets of the night: from Restif de la Bretonne, in his 1789 Les Nuits de Paris, labelled both eccentric and pornographic--to Charles Dickens, who in his Night Walks (1861) evoked the sleeplessness of 'a man who defied the night, with all its sorrowful thoughts'. As cities became lighter, through the advance of technology and commerce, the writer's fascination in the mystery of the night-time city faded. But some cities, restless metropolises like New York and London, retain their nocturnal allure.Madrid is one such city. In 2016 writer Ben Stubbs was drawn to explore the Spanish capital at night like the flaneurs of the past. He set out when the sun went down to examine the life of the night in this often-maligned city, a place famed for its late hours and exuberant nightlife. Exploring the history of everything from tapas to the new politics of Podemos, he encountered the city's cultural quirks and clandestine stories while talking to many Madrilenos who are normally denied a voice in the city.As each hour of the night unfolds, Stubbs discovers different layers within Madrid that many visitors do not see as they stick to well-trodden guidebook itineraries. The deepening darkness reveals cross-dressing migrants, people who live at the airport, Muslims celebrating Ramadan, hotel workers hidden in the bowels of the Ritz, all-night taxi drivers, party-goers enjoying their nightly marcha from bar to bar, poodle-blessing priests and locals in the poorer barrios who walk the streets with him to share the experience of a trasnochador--one who lives during the hours of the night.Mixing personal observation with literary and historical references, Stubbs introduces us to a hitherto unknown and fascinating dimension of Madrid. After Dark reveals a multifaceted city, full of surprises and possibilities, and very much awake and alive between dusk and dawn.

Kon-Tiki (Hardcover): Thor Heyerdahl Kon-Tiki (Hardcover)
Thor Heyerdahl; Translated by F.H. Lyon
R429 R346 Discovery Miles 3 460 Save R83 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"Kon-Tiki" is the record of an astonishing adventure -- a journey of 4,300 nautical miles across the Pacific Ocean by raft. Intrigued by Polynesian folklore, biologist Thor Heyerdahl suspected that the South Sea Islands had been settled by an ancient race from thousands of miles to the east, led by a mythical hero, Kon-Tiki. He decided to prove his theory by duplicating the legendary voyage.

On April 28, 1947, Heyerdahl and five other adventurers sailed from Peru on a balsa log raft. After three months on the open sea, encountering raging storms, whales, and sharks, they sighted land -- the Polynesian island of Puka Puka.

Translated into sixty-five languages, Kon-Tiki is a classic, inspiring tale of daring and courage -- a magnificent saga of men against the sea.

Washington Square Press' Enriched Classics present the great works of world literature enhanced for the contemporary reader. This edition of "Kon-Tiki" has been prepared by an editorial committee headed by Harry Shefter, professor of English at New York University. It includes a foreword by the author, a selection of critical excerpts, notes, an index, and a unique visual essay of the voyage.

Where There's A Will - Hope, Grief and Endurance in a Cycle Race Across a Continent (Hardcover, Main): Emily Chappell Where There's A Will - Hope, Grief and Endurance in a Cycle Race Across a Continent (Hardcover, Main)
Emily Chappell 1
R431 R337 Discovery Miles 3 370 Save R94 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

WOMEN'S CYCLING WRITER OF THE YEAR at the Women's Cycling Awards 2020 'Chappell is a gifted storyteller' - Observer In 2015 Emily Chappell embarked on a formidable new bike race: The Transcontinental. 4,000km across Europe, unassisted, in the shortest time possible. On her first attempt she made it only halfway, waking up suddenly on her back in a field, floored by the physical and mental exertion. A year later she entered the race again - and won. Where There's a Will takes us into Emily Chappell's race, grinding up mountain passes and charging down the other side; snatching twenty minutes' sleep on the outskirts of a village before jumping back on the bike to surge ahead for another day; feeding in bursts and navigating on the go. We experience the crippling self-doubt of the ultra distance racer, the confusing intensity of winning and the desperation of losing a dear friend who understood all of this. Best Cycling Book chosen by Road

A Wild Call - One Man's Voyage in Pursuit of Freedom (Paperback): Martyn Murray A Wild Call - One Man's Voyage in Pursuit of Freedom (Paperback)
Martyn Murray
R342 R273 Discovery Miles 2 730 Save R69 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Martyn Murray was finding modern life, with all its restrictions and controls, suffocating. Following years of soul-searching, his father's death triggered him into opening the old logbooks and charts to retrace the sailing trips they had once shared together. He determined to revisit those waters and bring home the freedom of the seas. Falling in love with an old ketch in Ireland, he bought and restored her enough to sail back to Scotland. Over the next two summers he cruised Scotland's Western Isles, with one goal: to reach St Kilda - the remotest part of the British Isles, 40 miles from the Outer Hebrides. During his cruising he considered the islanders and their sense of freedom - often restricted by absentee landlords and officialdom. He railed against bureaucracy and commercial enterprise restricting the yachtsman's ability to roam free. For parts of his journey he was joined by the beguiling Kyla; a rare, independent spirit who both excited and frustrated Martyn. But much of Martyn's voyaging was undertaken alone, encountering a variety of places, situations and characters along the way. He attempted his long-awaited sail out to St Kilda through the teeth of a storm, believing that achieving this feat would bring him the freedom and clarity that he craved. What he came up against was far more testing and turbulent than the tides and gales of the North Atlantic. As he sailed back to the mainland things fell into place: a sense of achievement in completing the arduous voyage alone, but - most of all - an understanding of who he is, clarity on his relationship with Kyla and a real sense of his own freedom.

The Pursuit of Art - Travels, Encounters and Revelations (Hardcover): Martin Gayford The Pursuit of Art - Travels, Encounters and Revelations (Hardcover)
Martin Gayford 1
R541 R382 Discovery Miles 3 820 Save R159 (29%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Bestselling author of Modernists & Mavericks Martin Gayford recounts some of the extraordinary journeys he has made in the name of art.

In the course of a career thinking and writing about art, Martin Gayford has travelled all over the world both to see works of art and to meet artists. Gayford s journeys, often to fairly inaccessible places, involve frustrations and complications, but also serendipitous encounters and outcomes, which he makes as much a part of the story as the final destination. Entertaining and informative, Gayford includes trips to see Brancusi s Endless Column in Romania, prehistoric cave art in France, the museum island of Naoshima in Japan, the Judd Foundation in Marfa, Texas, and a Roni Horn work in Iceland.

Interwoven with these accounts are journeys to meet artists Robert Rauschenberg in New York, Marina Abramovic in Venice, Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris or travels with artists, such as a trip to Beijing with Gilbert & George. These encounters not only provide insights into the way artists approach and think about their art but also reveal the importance of their personal environments. And in the process, Gayford discusses how these meetings have impacted on his own evolving ideas and tastes.

Edinburgh: A Traveller's Reader (Paperback): David Daiches Edinburgh: A Traveller's Reader (Paperback)
David Daiches 1
R305 R264 Discovery Miles 2 640 Save R41 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Edinburgh is a city whose history is written on its face. The Old Town on its crowded rock, sloping down from the Castle to Holyroodhouse, has not significantly changed its atmosphere since the turbulent fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, when riots, processions, or public executions jammed the High Street. And the very different era that followed the bloody religious wars of the seventeenth century is epitomized by the elegant streets and squares of the New Town - the eighteenth-century Enlightenment whose writers, philosophers and lawyers made Edinburgh famous. This anthology of extracts from letters, memoirs, diaries, novels and biographies of interesting visitors and inhabitants, including the writings of Scott, Boswell, Cockburn, John Knox and many others, recreates for today's visitors the drama, the history, and the life of the city in buildings and places that can still be visited. The daring Scottish recapture of the Castle from the English in 1313; the confrontation between Calvinist John Knox and Catholic Mary Queen of Scots in Holyroodhouse; an eye-witness account of the execution of Montrose at the Mercat Cross in 1650; reeking slop-pails in the wynds and polite manners in the ballrooms. . .

Travel and Drama in Early Modern England - The Journeying Play (Hardcover): Claire Jowitt, David McInnis Travel and Drama in Early Modern England - The Journeying Play (Hardcover)
Claire Jowitt, David McInnis
R2,023 R1,880 Discovery Miles 18 800 Save R143 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This agenda-setting volume on travel and drama in early modern England provides new insights into Renaissance stage practice, performance history, and theatre's transnational exchanges. It advances our understanding of theatre history, drama's generic conventions, and what constitutes plays about travel at a time when the professional theatre was rapidly developing and England was attempting to announce its presence within a global economy. Recent critical studies have shown that the reach of early modern travel was global in scope, and its cultural consequences more important than narratives that are dominated by the Atlantic world suggest. This collection of essays by world-leading scholars redefines the field by expanding the canon of recognized plays concerned with travel. Re-assessing the parameters of the genre, the chapters offer fresh perspectives on how these plays communicated with their audiences and readers.

Blood River - Vintage Voyages (Paperback): Tim Butcher Blood River - Vintage Voyages (Paperback)
Tim Butcher 1
R210 R165 Discovery Miles 1 650 Save R45 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Vintage Voyages: A world of journeys, from the tallest mountains to the depths of the mind When Daily Telegraph correspondent Tim Butcher was sent to cover Africa he quickly became obsessed with the idea of recreating H.M. Stanley's famous expedition - but travelling alone. Despite warnings that his plan was 'suicidal', Butcher set out for the Congo's eastern border with just a rucksack and a few thousand dollars hidden in his boots. Making his way in an assortment of vessels including a motorbike and a dugout canoe, helped along by a cast of characters from UN aid workers to a campaigning pygmy, he followed in the footsteps of the great Victorian adventurers.

An Arabian Journey - One Man's Quest Through the Heart of the Middle East (Hardcover): Levison Wood An Arabian Journey - One Man's Quest Through the Heart of the Middle East (Hardcover)
Levison Wood
R647 R516 Discovery Miles 5 160 Save R131 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Following in the footsteps of famed explorers such as Lawrence of Arabia and Wilfred Thesiger, British explorer Levison Wood brings us along on his most complex expedition yet: a circumnavigation of the Arabian Peninsula. Starting in September 2017 in a city in Northern Syria, a stone's throw away from Turkey and amidst the deadliest war of the twenty-first century, Wood set forth on a 5,000-mile trek through the most contested region on the planet. He moved through the Middle East for six months, from ISIS-occupied Iraq through Kuwait and along the jagged coastlines of the Emirates and Oman; across a civil-war-torn Yemen and on to Saudia Arabia, Jordan, and Israel, before ending on the shores of the Mediterranean in Lebanon. Like his predecessors, Wood travelled through some of the harshest and most beautiful environments on earth, seeking to challenge our perceptions of this often-misunderstood part of the world. Through the relationships he forges along the way--and the personal histories and local mythologies that his companions share--Wood examines how the region has changed over thousands of years and reveals a side of the Middle East we don't often see in the media. At once a thrilling personal journey and a skillful piece of cultural reportage, Arabia is a breathtaking chronicle of an epic journey through the land at the root of all civilization.

Walking Away (Paperback, Main): Simon Armitage Walking Away (Paperback, Main)
Simon Armitage 1
R255 R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Save R43 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Not content with walking the Pennine Way as a modern day troubadour, an experience recounted in his bestseller and prize-wining Walking Home, the restless poet has followed up that journey with a walk of the same distance but through the very opposite terrain and direction far from home. In Walking Away Simon Armitage swaps the moorland uplands of the north for the coastal fringes of Britain's south west, once again giving readings every night, but this time through Somerset, Devon and Cornwall, taking poetry into distant communities and tourist hot-spots, busking his way from start to finsh. From the surreal pleasuredome of Minehead Butlins to a smoke-filled roundhouse on the Penwith Peninsula then out to the Isles of Scilly and beyond, Armitage tackles this personal Odyssey with all the poetic reflection and personal wit we've come to expect of one of Britain's best loved and most popular writers.

Ibn Sa'Oud Of Arabia (Hardcover): Ameen Faras Rihani Ibn Sa'Oud Of Arabia (Hardcover)
Ameen Faras Rihani
R4,242 Discovery Miles 42 420 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Sea Fever - The True Adventures that Inspired our Greatest Maritime Authors, from Conrad to Masefield, Melville and Hemingway... Sea Fever - The True Adventures that Inspired our Greatest Maritime Authors, from Conrad to Masefield, Melville and Hemingway (Paperback)
Sam Jefferson 1
R257 R211 Discovery Miles 2 110 Save R46 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

How did a big-game fishing trip rudely interrupted by sharks inspire one of the key scenes in Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea? How did Robert Louis Stevenson's cruise to the cannibal-infested South Sea islands prove instrumental in his writing of The Beach of Falesa and The Ebb Tide? How did Masefield survive Cape Horn and a near-nervous breakdown to write Sea Fever? The waters of this world have swirled through storytelling ever since the Celts spun the tale of Beowulf and Homer narrated The Odyssey. This enthralling book takes us on a tour of the most dangerous, exciting and often eccentric escapades of literature's sailing stars, and how these true stories inspired and informed their best-loved works. Arthur Ransome, Erskine Childers, Jack London and many others are featured as we find out how extraordinary fact fed into unforgettable fiction.

No Baggage - A Tale of Love and Wandering (Paperback, International edition): Clara Bensen No Baggage - A Tale of Love and Wandering (Paperback, International edition)
Clara Bensen
R264 R233 Discovery Miles 2 330 Save R31 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

One Dress, Three Weeks, Eight Countries,Zero Baggage Newly recovered from a quarter-life meltdown, Clara Bensen decided to test her comeback by signing up for an online dating account. She never expected to meet Jeff, a wildly energetic university professor with a reputation for bucking convention. They barely know each other's last names when they agree to set out on a risky travel experiment spanning eight countries and three weeks. The catch? No hotel reservations, no plans, and best of all, no baggage. Clara's story will resonate with adventurers and homebodies alike,it's at once a romance, a travelogue, and a bright modern take on the age-old questions: How do you find the courage to explore beyond your comfort zone? Can you love someone without the need for labels and commitment? Is it possible to truly leave your baggage behind?

The Story of San Michele (Paperback, New ed): Axel Munthe The Story of San Michele (Paperback, New ed)
Axel Munthe
R310 R269 Discovery Miles 2 690 Save R41 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This 'dream-laden and spooked' (Marina Warner, London Review of Books) story is to many one of the best-loved books of the twentieth century. Munthe spent many years working as a doctor in Southern Italy, labouring unstintingly during typhus, cholera and earthquake disasters. It was during this period that he came across the ruined Tiberian villa of San Michele, perched high above the glittering Bay of Naples on Capri. With the help of Mastro Nicola and his three sons, and with only a charcoal sketch roughly drawn on a garden wall to guide them, Munthe devoted himself to rebuilding the house and chapel. Over five long summers they toiled under a sapphire-blue sky, their mad-cap project leading them to buried skeletons and ancient coins, and to hilarious encounters with a rich cast of vividly-drawn villagers. The Story of San Michele reverberates with the mesmerising hum of a long, hot Italian summer. Peopled with unforgettable characters, it is as brilliantly enjoyable and readable today as it was upon first publication. The book quickly became an international bestseller and has now been translated into more than 30 languages; it is today an established classic, and sales number i

The Gentle Art of Tramping (Hardcover): Stephen Graham The Gentle Art of Tramping (Hardcover)
Stephen Graham; Foreword by Alastair Humphreys 1
R358 R286 Discovery Miles 2 860 Save R72 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'An absolute gem of a book' Alastair Humphreys Know how to tramp and you know how to live... Know how to meet your fellow-wanderer, how to be passive to the beauty of nature and how to be active to its wildness and its rigour. The tramp is a friend of society; a seeker, they pay their way if they can. One includes in the category 'tramp' all true Bohemians, pilgrims, explorers afoot, walking tourists, and the like. Tramping is a way of approach, to nature, to your fellow man, to a nation, to beauty, to life itself. It is a gentle art and there is much to learn; illusions to overcome, prejudices and habits to be shaken off. The adventure is not the getting there, it is the on-the-way. It is not the expected; it is the surprise; not the fulfilment of prophecy but the providence of something better than prophesied. Originally published in 1926, The Gentle Art of Tramping is a guide for anyone who has dreamed of taking to the road with nothing more than a bag full of essentials and big ideas. It gives guidance on walking, being open to discovery and being kind - advice as relevant now as it was then.

Onder Die Radar - Stories Uit Ons Land (Afrikaans, Paperback): Dana Snyman Onder Die Radar - Stories Uit Ons Land (Afrikaans, Paperback)
Dana Snyman
R275 R236 Discovery Miles 2 360 Save R39 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In Dana se nuwe bundel vertel hy die stories van ons land se mense, die gewone mense, mense wat sommerso onder die radar leef... Eg, warm en gevul met deernis, soos ons Dana leer ken en leer liefkry het. Hy skryf met groot nederigheid en respek oor die mense wat andersinds ongesiens lewe en in die proses verryk en verruim hy ons. Boonop is hy dikwels skreeusnaaks.

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