I love this stereotype how men are true travelers and women are just tourists or -at best- pretty accessory for a male traveler. Behind that are hiding all the smaller preconceived ideas like women are less adventurous, they’re weak, need makeup, shower, comfy bed, nail polish and that sort of bullshit. Quick reminder everybody – … Continue reading Hakuna matata!
Southern Africa, in all its differences, is like Europe in one thing – different languages, including names for pap/ nshima/ sadza (oh, you know, this stuff made of maize you’re eating with your hands and using as a spoon for gravy), changing climate zones and people are glued together with the same history. Like in … Continue reading Smell of change.
Buckets full of water or fruits on top of a head and kid wrapped up at the back – the most typical picture you can get while traveling southern parts of Africa. Silent superheroes. Somebody needs to give them some credit! I’m not feminist, I believe in equal rights but I won’t deny different roles … Continue reading African Women.