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Unread postPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2007 8:31 pm 
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I read these reviews with great excitement. We leave for KTP in 7 days :dance: :dance: :dance:
I also put the book away and my plan is to read it while on journey to KTP from Cape Town. We will all take turns to read, my son, daughter and myself :D


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We leave for KTP in 7 days

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Dreamer,

after reading this book you are only interested in doing one thing - go on a walk at Orpen immediately :dance:

Enjoy :mrgreen:


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Thanks so much for the kind words, I'm just as much looking forward to the second book as with the first. There will be much more interesting stories.

It is also an honour for me to announce that the book will be available in the shops at Karoo National Park within the next week.

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What a wonderful book to read.,I could hardly put the book down once I started reading. Makes you so envious of some peoples jobs.
I am so looking forward to the 2nd book.


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A wonderful little book. It was easy to read for me (german, not so good in english). The most stories are funny. I liked the stories most about the close encounters.

But my favourite is about the lady in the rain and about the pair, when the guy rans back to the fire.

Thank you Jannie.

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Jannie,

when can we buy your second book??? Is it already available in some SANparks or can I order it again directly???

I am already looking forward to it. 8)


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Hi there Guys,

Thanks so much for the nice words. Im trying to get the books available within SANParks (Kruger) and i am looking for somebody who might (If they have space in their vehicle) to take books for Kgalagadi and Augrabies. The book is however available at the SANParks shop in the Karoo National Park.
The second book is in the making.

Will keep you informed.

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At last the book will also be available in the SANPark shops in Kgalagadi and Augrabies. I would like to thank Jakkalsbessie who have taken the books to the Kgalagadi while on holiday.

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Russ and I are hoping that there are some copies left when we get to Kgalagadi next year!!! :D What a special treat!

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Icurrie,

The book is available at the shop in KTP; if they dont have any when you get there just let me know we can always make a plan.

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Hi Jannie, that is excellent news! We are both really looking forward to reading it! :D

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Just some more very exciting news, the book "Expect the Unexpected" will be available in SANParks shops in Kruger and also Addo and some of the other parks where Tigers eye have the concession as from the middle of March 2008.

Enjoy reading

Jan Kriel

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Well done!! 8)
Jan Kriel wrote:
<...>Enjoy reading <...>

I (and many, many others) did. Very much, in fact... :D But after 2 (or was it 3) re-reads, I'm wondering... how's Part 2 coming along? :twisted: :lol:

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Jose wrote:
I'm wondering... how's Part 2 coming along?


Also wondering, my Part 1 is becoming a bit cloth eared :wink:


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