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El título no puede ser más descriptivo y poco imaginativo. De eso van las fotos de este post: entre junio a noviembre/diciembre, las ballenas antárticas migran…

La luz que hay en África Austral es un tesoro que, afortunadamente, no se gasta ni se roba. En un post previo sobre Zimbabwe me referí a ella. Cuanto más…

Surprising etymology behind "agapanthus". It comes from the Greek (agapo = I love / have affection for) and (anthos = flower). …

The Witteberg Mountains are a little-visited part of South Africa that is off the beaten track and is less often visited by tourists and biologists but which…

Two weeks before the world shut down, I had the wonderful experience of going on a 4 day safari while I was in South Africa. I went with a small tour group,…

Colourfully painted houses characterise this area of the city. Although it is a magnet for travellers, one must remind oneself(or be reminded by a grumpy local)…

This morning was very foggy we could not see more then a few meters head of us. Around noon the fog cleared and it turned into a beautiful day. It was quite fun…

Mabalingwe Nature Reserve is a privet reserve that is near Bella Bella. We were graciously invited to this reserve and toured around. Funnily enough it was…

I lived on SA Lombard Nature Reserve in South Africa for 6 months. It is a reserve that everyone has forgotten but is so beautiful. Most of the time I am so…

My first year in Africa I was stunned by the simple beauty of the nature. The sounds of the grasses and the braying of the wildebeest. The sunrises/sets and the…
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