I’ve always had a passion for the Egyptian Ancient civilization and one of my desires was to see with my own eyes, in real size and shape, the remnants of this civilization. Last year, just one month before the entire world would be facing this modern pandemic, I headed for a 2 weeks business trip to Cairo.Continue reading
We stayed for 2 days in the Garden Route area, hoping for a nice weather that would allow us to have a proper swim in the sea and some sun-bathing. We were a bit unfortunate and got some rain and clouds instead, but luckily the area has a lot to offer even on a bad weather.
One day of our South Africa trip was dedicated to one of the outdoor activities we love the most: hiking. Mountains are always very appealing to us, and since South Africa has some quite high and beautiful ones, we couldn’t have missed such an experience.
The day we spent in Kruger National Park was by far one the highlights of our South African trip. It was a full day of new experiences, of admiring what nature is all about, of trying to understand how every animal living in the wild has its own purpose in creating such a beautiful and surprising Eco-system.
4000 kilometers and 15 days of exploring and experiencing what this country is all about. The trip started with a mixture of ideas, feelings, emotions and it ended with an even bigger mixture of all mentioned above. But at least, in the end, some of my questions got the answers I was hoping for. Sometimes, maybe, I got more answers than needed, but it was helpful in getting a more clear view of the reality surrounding South Africa.
Here we are, I promise this is the last post about Morocco. I had to split the entire experience in several posts just to try to give you a clear view on how our trip actually was. Now it’s time to get more practical and give you an insight of the way we organized the trip.
The Desert…oh well, The Sahara Desert was by far my favorite experience from the trip in Morocco. The whole idea seemed like a dream, with camel trekking and sleeping in a tent in the middle of the desert, surrounded only by an absolutely clear sky and sand dunes, hearing only the powerful wind that seemed to whisper secrets in the night.