Going Home to Africa - South Africa
My South African friends and fans have patiently awaited the arrival of Going Home to Africa, FINALLY the South African paperback edition is available.
We decided to give you a pre-launch offer of the book at a 15% discount before it reaches the book stores and we will post it to you. Order now to secure your paperback copy of the book Going Home to Africa as the offer is limited.
You can follow Dot’s extraordinary 20,000km adventure in her first book, Going Home to Africa, where she describes the ups and downs she faced over the course of her grand expedition: the countries, the people, insane traffic, corrupt borders, marriage proposals, perilous potholes and good old Africa Roadside Assistance.
Her fascinating journal also highlights the varied landscapes and cultural history of Africa that she discovered along the way, the strange, funny and sometimes terrifying situations that she encountered, and the numerous challenges that she and BlueBelle endured – all the while navigating her own personal internal journey.
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Going Home to Africa is getting great reviews (see the tab for some of these), find some of these on the website and get your copy. The special price makes it a great gift!
This book is presented in Paperback format and is an A5 size.
There are approximately 480 pages of content.
The book is printed in South Africa by Shumani RSA and distributed by Cape Courtesy.
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taken the journey. Wishing you every success and happiness Dot!
on what to do and how to, I found her knowledge invaluable and hope to put it to good use. I took it as encouragement for older women to take the bull by the horns and do what it is that sets your heart on fire, thank you Dot.
I knew Dot before her journey...I followed her as she made her journey over difficult and washed-out roads, facing challenges and setbacks, triumphs and connections.
As vehicle parts, visas, weather and other obstacles appeared, she always managed to surmount them, with ingenuity, support, pure courage, persistence and a little luck. Maybe it was her belief, self-reliance and fortitude or maybe it was having a goal bigger than herself that made her never give up.
... With Dot’s vivid story-telling, you will feel like you were in the passenger seat with her all the way. If you want to take an epic adventure, celebrate victory after near-certain disaster, experience the scenery and people of Africa, but mostly feel the inspiration and resilience of a strong woman who would never give up, then this is the book for you.
Gripping…in the countless unpredictable travel/road conditions as well as encounters with people (officials & ordinary citizens).
Authentic…the author’s experiences of Africa during her travels are I unembellished but laid bare as they are.
Informative…interesting historical information is weaved in masterfully. I also learned several new vocabulary words!
Humorous…the humor is natural and unforced unexpectedly popping up in unlikely places.
And of course the book is inspirational in many ways.
If you want to get to know Africa better and understand the culture that is this beautiful, confusing and addictive continent ...this is the read for you.
A must for anyone who wants to hit the African roads (or lack there of )
Was a true pleasure to devour this book, page by page.
I just cant put the book down,shes such a good writer ❤️
This book really moved me, having been born in Zimbabwe and lived in South Africa, it made me quite nostalgic and homesick, but at the same time, it was so uplifting and joyful. Dot really brings the scenery to life and showcases the wonderful giving nature that lives in Africa´s people from North to South.
Reading this book I relished each sunrise and sunset, felt every pothole on the road, the anxiety of uncertainty, and the jubilation of each win.
Dot and Bluebell are such an inspiration.