Monday, September 10, 2012
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Baobab is not only the symbol of Africa, it is the symbol of life, providing water, sustenance, shelter and shade for those who need it. It is impressive the size of an old Baobab, when we say old, it is really old, as we might be talking about two million years old, maybe three.
This is the white rhinoceros, a big boy that I had the pleasure to meet while in Zambia during a walking safari. They are very well protected against poachers by local armed guards who will not hesitate to open fire in case they see any possible risk.
I would like to apologise for my absent during the past month without posting any pictures and tales about my project, kids and Africa. August was a complicated month with lots of changes and also little hassle with small problems that are now sorted. I have just returned from a trip and will do my best to post good stuff as much as I can.
Thank you very much!