Day 54 to 56: The lion, the rhino and I

Friday and Saturday I was staying overnight at the Addo Elephant Park. And I had some problems with my internet connection, therefore I could only post these pictures today. — Von Freitag auf Samstag war ich dieses mal über Nacht im Addo Elephant Park. Und da ich die vergangenen Tage leider Schwierigkeiten mit meiner Internet-VerbindungContinue reading “Day 54 to 56: The lion, the rhino and I”

Link: Wine the natural way

My lovely traveling companion wrote this article about natural wine.   “So you think wine is either red, white or rosé and it comes in sweet, medium-dry or dry. Basically you’re right but the wine world is a little more nuanced and complicated. First of all it is a mass market and you can getContinue reading “Link: Wine the natural way”

Day 52: Birds

Late this afternoon suddenly a flock of birds fluttered around our balcony and than off over the roof, searching for a hide from an approaching storm. I took some pictures but have to admit: Birds are a hell to photograph. Far too fast. — Am späten Nachmittag flatterte heute plötzlich ein ganzer Vogelschwarm um unserenContinue reading “Day 52: Birds”

Day 50: Rural living

The Eastern Cape has not only fertile land but also a very changing landscape, from the Tsitsikamma Rainforest at the western part to the semi-desert Karoo in the back land. But in every part agriculture and farming are an essential part of the economy. Grahamstown for example is the centre of pineapple production. West ofContinue reading “Day 50: Rural living”

Day 48: Keiskamma, Hamburg and Kenton-on-Sea

Keiskamma River     Hamburg Imagine German settlers moving to South Africa, how would they call a city they found at a river bank near the sea? Hamburg! Wie würden wohl deutsche Siedler eine von ihnen gegründete Stadt nennen, die am Ufer eines Flusses und in der Nähe der Küste liegt? Hamburg     Kenton-on-SeaContinue reading “Day 48: Keiskamma, Hamburg and Kenton-on-Sea”