TANKWA TOWN In the semidesert Karoo – halfway along the R355, a 250km untarred road between Calvinia and Ceres in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa (that means on the longest stretch in the country without petrol stations, nearby assistance, phone signal) – there is a magic place: a temporary city that every year since 2007 appears and disappears in just one week.
ESSAOUIRA is a seaside town overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. On a bus, we travel for three hours along the deserted streets that separate it from Marrakech. #2
MARRAKECH Impossibile not to get lost in the Medina, the heart of the ancient city, protected by secular gates. Impossible not to remain enchanted by this World Heritage. #1
ETHIOPIA A rite of initiation, a ceremony that is repeated unchanged for centuries, in one of the most incredible tribes in Southern Ethiopia.
UGANDA Try to imagine the scene: it’s Christmas morning and we are in the middle of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, far south of Uganda, at the border with Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo, trying to meet some gorillas in their natural habitat. Just the time to get there and we find out why they call it impenetrable forest: there are no marked paths, only dense vegetation.
ANTSIRANANA Between a too blue ocean and a sky of sun and storm, in the midst of strange animals and people of many colors. Are we in a dream or on the island of Nosy Be?
CHEFCHAOUEN Inundated with this atmosphere, we walked towards the medina. And when we came into the door of the city, a marvel appeared in front of our eyes… Everything was blue.