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Day Walks in and around Durban and Pietermaritzburg by Monica Fairall ISBN 13: 9781868252060

ISBN 10: 186825206X

Paperback; Struik Publishers; ISBN-13: 978-1868252060

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Day Walks in and around Durban and Pietermaritzburg

by Nichols, Geoff and Monica Fairall

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Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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(Cape Town: Struik Publishers, 1992) 186825206X. 210 x 150 mm; laminated pictorial wraps; pp. 128 (including index); sketch maps; notes on each walk. Lamination lifting very slightly from one corner of upper cover; small, faint spill mark to fore-edge. Very good condition. "Durban, South Africa's tropical tourist metropolis, offers more than popular beaches and lively nightlife. For the keen walker, nature lover and outdoor enthusiast, over 30 interesting walks beckon, ranging from a stroll along the city's historic waterfront to a bird-spotting ramble at Shongweni Dam and a nature trail through a fascinating mangrove forest. In addition, there is a nature trail around Pietermaritzburg and along the North and South coasts within easy reach of Durban." .
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