GIVEAWAY: South Africa Photography Book


Welcome to the new home of my blog Eager Journeys. That’s right it’s a pun on my name Iga, how could you not love it? ;) Now that it’s finally launched I want to celebrate, besides it’s my blog so I can do whatever I want, right?

I have 3 copies of South Africa: A Photo Guide to give away – no matter where you live. It’s really easy, all you have to do is:

1. Follow my new blog (either via the header of my blog or to the right of this post)

2. Like the Eager Journeys Facebook Page (link here)

Want to double your chances of winning? I’ll put your name into the hat again if you copy and paste the text below and post into Facebook and/or Twitter.

<Share on Twitter>    WIN 1 of 3 photography books about #SouthAfrica with #EagerJourneys: cc: @EagerJourneys

<Share on Facebook>    WIN 1 of 3 photography books about #SouthAfrica with Eager Journeys travel blog:


The competition runs from Wednesday 15 April 2015 until Friday 15 May 2015. The winner will be drawn on Monday 18 May 2015.

UPDATE: CONGRATULATIONS to Bernadette, Leslie W and Lesley Simpson who are the winners of the ‘South Africa: A Photo Guide’ book giveaway. Your book will be on its way to your shortly, I will be in touch via the email address you registered with! :)


More about the book South Africa A Photo Guide:

This 224-page photo guide is ideal for locals, especially those who love to travel, and tourists planning a holiday to South Africa. The book includes a ‘smart start’ section about major South African towns as well as various road trip suggestions. It also outlines the highlights and focus points of each of the nine provinces and includes a map and atlas. Here are a few photos I took of what it looks like.

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Iga Motylska

Iga Motylska is a Johannesburg-based freelance writer, photojournalist, sub-editor and blogger. She is published in numerous local and international publications, including: Forbes Africa, Forbes Woman Africa, Forbes Life Africa, CNBC Africa, Ventures Africa, Marie Claire, Sawubona, AA Traveller, Fastjet inflight magazine and Seoul Magazine among numerous others. Her editorial interests range from documenting the entrepreneurial spirit to women's and human rights issues, environmental affairs and of course travel writing.


  1. Love the new name and look of your blog, and the photo book is very tempting

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