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One of the best thing about travelling is that I bring always new music with me. It’s mandatory. Makes part of my backpack and it’s super light. When you’re going to a country you must taste the traditional food, well to me is the same with the music. But sometimes you’re more satisfied in some countries. Cape Town and Maputo will be always connected with music. There’s music in the air. Jazz, afro-beat and kizomba (the good one obviously). Continue reading “Richard Bona, a discovery”


Serenity. That’s the perfect word to describe a mokoro trip in Okavango Delta. The traditional boat, once built with wood is now made of fiber glass that’s a ligther material and much easier for paddling. Rain showers were expected, but nothing moved me away to see one of the most impressive places in Africa. Continue reading “Taking a mokoro ride”