Synopses & Reviews
I used to get extremely burnt out and couldn't even handle booking a hotel or flight when I did have time off. I thought "Wouldn't it be awesome if someone would write a guide that gave you one perfect escape; the hotel, spa, flight and restaurant." So that's what I did.My new series of mini-guides, although part of a much longer journey, are specifically designed to give you the precise information, the recipe you need to have the adventure - without getting bogged down with too many choices or details. Although there are three places to stay in this guide, I had to include them all as each stay was a trip of a lifetime.Johannesburg is a challenging place to visit; you need to be wise when choosing where to stay, where to go and how to travel. In this book I hope I have given anyone the resources to go there safely. (And do check out the sister guide to Durban if you want to have a longer trip in South Africa.)I am now an Amazon Best Seller in the Travel, Exercise & Fitness and Motivational Self-Help charts, and have been publishing the Pearl Escapes books since 2010, helping thousands of readers to escape to their dream destination."You will come away feeling as if she was sharing with you personally and will want to read more of her life adventures.""I loved the book. I think every reader will have the feeling of oh yes she understands the way I feel about massage and spas & yoga. That is your gift, everyone has the feeling you're talking to them. I sat down to read a little bit at 10am it's now almost 3pm I did take a small lunch break.""I finally feel like I'm really living, not just surviving." "I've just booked my first holiday in 13 years ""I love that you tell us where the best free loos are - this is priceless information that your average guidebook wouldn't give...""To me, you are a hero... You have learned to take something negative in your life and make it a positive... a gift to others. It doesn't get any better than that. Don't doubt that you are capable of helping others... in terms of other of life's difficulties... What an adventure " Susan Jeffers, Ph.D., author of "Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway"