True story: with its 5,895 metres asl it is not only one of the highest dormant volcanoes, but also the highest mountain in Africa and part of the prestigious Seven Summits list. Continue reading
Let’s start from the fact that the Serengeti hosts the second largest terrestrial mammal migration in the world, which helps secure it as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, and as one of the ten natural travel wonders of the world. Continue reading
This is a story of luck, mud, travel experience and Italians.
When you are going to read it, you are going to understand why and how all these aspects came together.
This is the much needed farewell to a friend that has supported me in the last year and 11 months: the Merc E280. Continue reading
I had the pleasure to get into one of the most “unconvential” Motor Shows I have ever visited. Quite few brand new cars, but a whole bunch of hyper tuned ones and some interestingly rare classics, you don’t see everyday those girls.
There we go – a little gallery for you car lovers – starting with old but gold:
The agressively exotic ones
And then the tuned ones:
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This one was our first Christmas abroad, on the other side of the world. On the side of the world where Christmas is in summer and winter is in July. Continue reading
There are many fantastic spots in Cederberg where you can go camping, hiking and bouldering, but there are only few gems, hidden and not full of families and tourists. Continue reading
That was it.
An amazingly bright Supermoon, which was enlightining the skies of all the world. I had the luck to be in Cape Town in this moment and the sky was clear enough to spot this beautiful sight. Well, a lot windy, but clear. Continue reading
This is Namibia.
3000+ km in 4.5 days. The second largest canyon in the world. Red sand, blue skies, black trees. A photographer dream.
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