Intrepid travelling NZ style!

 Introducing possibly the best chunk of travel writing straight from the “kiwi’s” mouth! “Jandal Prints on the Globe” was the literary initiative of two clever young NZer’s Jane Gilkison and Rachel Pether who wanted to compile stories of what has become the iconic early twenties exodus: The big OE. Intrepid travellers themselves, they mined the experiences of friends, and friends friends to produce the fantastic collection of stories as a book. Available online now!!

“Jandal Prints on the Globe” captures the great overseas experience with short stories and photography by young New Zealanders travelling the world. So how about eating wind-dried Puffin, confabulating with rabid squirrels and riding the ‘Wagon of Death’ through rural Transylvania? Where do stubborn cattle ticks and unappreciative Flemish  karaoke crowds fit in? This book combines 49 stories and 23 photographs in a compilation that will inspire all from the intrepid traveller to the armchair enthusiast.”

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One Response to Intrepid travelling NZ style!

  1. Bridget says:

    This book is amazing – the best summer read out there. Cool way to expose some good kiwi talent from our young authors and photographers.

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