Dec 2016
Photo Safaris

Una delle esperienze piu’ emozionanti che si possono fare in Africa e’ divertirsi a scattare foto agli animali, ai dettagli della savana e di cio’ che vi circonda. E allora cosa aspettate? Procuratevi una macchina fotografica con uno zoom potente e divertitevi ad immortalare il paradiso africano. Cogliete l’attimo che vi restera’ nel cuore. e se desiderate potete contattarmi naturalmente per organizzare splendidi safari fotografici.   One of the most interesting experiences you can do in Africa is enjoying taking pictures to wildlife, bush details and everything surrounding you. So what are you waiting for? Get a camera with a powerful zoom and enjoy to catch the african heaven. Cease Read more

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Mar 2017
Amarula Taste – What else..?

Parlando di Africa generalmente si parla di natura e animali, meno spesso di cibo o bevande ecco, un’altro degli aspetti che mi hanno entusiasmato di questa terra e’ stato il gusto dell’ Amarula, liquore molto gustoso che viene ricavato dal frutto del Marula Tree e che ha un sapore molto delicato.Buonissimo con il gelato, tipo il nostro affogato ma all’Amarula (in Sudafrica lo chiamano Don Pedro) o per una sveglia mattutina prima di un bel safari caffe’ con una goccia di Amarula….vedrete di sicuro i leoni in 3D 🙂 L’etichetta poi e’ tutta un programma : un elefante circondato dai frutti del Marula perche’ la leggenda dice che il pachiderma Read more

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Apr 2017
Gin & Tonic

Did you know that Gin & Tonic (G&T), the cocktail, was introduced by the army of the British East India Company in India. In India and other tropical regions, malaria was a persistent problem. In the 1700s it was discovered by Scottish doctor George Cleghorn that quinine could be used to prevent and treat the disease. The quinine was drunk in tonic water, however the bitter taste was unpleasant. British officers in India in the early 19th century took to adding a mixture of water, sugar, lime and gin to the quinine in order to make the drink more palatable, thus gin and tonic was born.   and I’m pleased Read more

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Nov 2017

Do you remind the spectacular scene of the flight above the african savana? Well , when I landed in Botswana, during one of my first african trips, I thought to be part of that movie. The air strip was really short and I felt catapulted in the middle of nowhere, but the feeling of the bush higher up , to look at the herds of elephants , antilopes and other animals was something breathless, unique and moving in its beauty And when i put my feet on the ground not least other emotions…. Can you imagine doing a walking safari and run into a rhino only a few feet? And Read more

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Mar 2018
King of the Bush

One of the most exciting experience in my life was attending for one week a tracks and signs course in the estreme bush The bush school was incredibly moving but at the same time very challenging. For several hours every day, sometimes even under a burning sky, we were trying to recognize the different kind of animal tracks: male, female, baby animals, which directions they took, what they were doing… Life in the bush teaches you to observe everything, to orientate spotting trees, sky, every form of life To listen to every noise, to sharpen your hearing and then during the night every sound is amplified and if you are Read more

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Mar 2019
Discovering Hidden Sites

Back from the most beautiful experience I’ve ever done: the Kgalagadi desert. Luckily I had the chance to travel the world and the 7 seas 🙂 but this desert has really something magic. My perception during my stay was to be out of the world : semilunar landscapes, amazing skies, close encounters with prides of lions, Kalahari lions. We stayed in unforgettable places, discovering hidden sites, got in touch with local populations, the bushmen. They explained that nature can supply them with what they need to survive. Nature can help human beings in every aspect. We walked in the dry and sometimes sandy desert and we noticed every kind of Read more

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Apr 2020
Camping in the bush – A day of ordinary magic

One of the most exciting experiences I’ve ever done I had it at the beginning of this year camping in a special camping area of the Kruger Park. Africa offers a wealth of surprises and wonders to discover even after years of explorations. If you love to live into the wild, this is the experience. Only the fact of setting up a tent is a funny moment, at the least for me ‘cause it was the first time After a drink at sunset, there’s nothing more typical than prepare a braai under the stars surrounded by hyenas behind fences attracted from the scent of meat and then admire the vault Read more

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Jan 2021
Let’s Bring and Braai

Other deliciousness are biltong (variety of dried meat), a very tasty snack you can eat in every moment also while driving through the wide and well kept roads of the Rainbow Nation. Images to be taken and stuck in your mind. If you visit the country you will appreciate. Bunny Chow , typical recipe of the wide Indian community who lives in the Durban area, it was one of the most sold dish during the second world war Potjiekos is a stew made of meat and vegetables also paradisiac for the non vegetarians only. It takes the name from the three feet pot used in the traditional south African cooking Read more

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Jan 2021
South African Flavours

Travelling is growth, emotion, discovery, passion and also a sensorial experience, we realize never as today in a pandemic period.. Suddenly everything stops ! We can’t explore new lands, we can’t go to the restaurant, we can’t sit at a bar having a drink but nowadays on Internet we can look for a a new sensorial experience: the Ethnic Food Delivery , a relatively new way to know local specialties of distant places. Do you know flavours of the South African land? South Africa is rich in culinary traditions , first of all Braai (Afrikaans word for grill) consolidated habit in Namibia, Botswana, Zambia too. It’s considerably the best way Read more

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