Siwa the town lost in the rain

Siwa the town lost in the rain

Ancient Libya Go to far west Egypt and you’ll come to Siwa – an isolated desert oasis only 50 km east of the Libyan border in the heart of Egyptian sand dunes. Here you’ll find Siwa; the town lost in the rain. Historically, Siwa is part of Ancient...
Rolling hills in Zimbabwe

Rolling hills in Zimbabwe

The Perfect Spot Together with friends we left Harare in Zimbabwe one afternoon to go and find the perfect spot for a wedding. The son of our friend was getting married and our friend wanted to find the perfect spot, the rolling hills in Zimbabwe for his son’s...
The Kingdom in the Sky

The Kingdom in the Sky

The Kingdom in the Sky When arriving to Lesotho we quite often hear the word “Lumela”, meaning hello from tall proud men and smiling women. It was easy to feel, hear and see the difference coming from South Africa. This was in 2000 and even though...
Save Just One Rhino

Save Just One Rhino

How can we afford not to – Save Just One Rhino Every seven and a half hours a rhino is killed. . .  Just think about that; EVERY seven and a half hour. It’s a little more than three a day. The same amount of time you spend on getting up in the morning,...
Flying in a micro-light above African wildlife

Flying in a micro-light above African wildlife

  In year 2000 Dieter and I were traveling in the northwestern part of South Africa, when we in Upington met a guy who asked if we would like to fly on a micro-lite? Absolutely; we are always ready to fly in a micro-light and watch some African wildlife! We arrived to...
Okavango Delta finally World Heritage

Okavango Delta finally World Heritage

Okavango Delta recognized as a World Heritage The summer of June 2014 the Okavango Delta was recognized as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. The Okavango  Delta (or Okavango Grassland), is often mentioned as  THE MOST UNIQUE ECOSYSTEM IN AFRICA and for a very good...

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