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I don’t hold with abroad and think that foreigners speak English when our backs are turned.
Quentin Crisp

 
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Jill Nash

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About me.

I entered the world of publishing travel books in 2005, which began with ‘Global Adventures in Style’ a backpack bible for ‘grown-up’ backpackers, followed by best-seller ‘Honeymoons in Style’ - my books are now retailed across the world.

I also offer freelance travel writing & editorial services to a variety of local magazines and newspapers and I appear regularly as a travel expert on local BBC Radio, Channel...
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“The Durban Beachfront lends new meaning to the word ‘garish’. Not only is it painted in the brightest and gaudiest of colours that would make Gaudí himself salivate, but it is also populated by Zulu rickshaw drivers, each one resembling a small carnival float, dressed in a plethora of animal tails, bird feathers and orchidaceous headgear no respectable drag queen would ever dare to don.”

John Malathronas, Rainbow Diary: A Journey in the New South Africa, (Summersdale, 2005) 

 

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