My travel companions said I demand too much from guides, and it seemed we couldn’t really agree on what’s enough and what’s too much. Why do I actually hire guides? To learn something and if I am to learn something then: a) a guide needs to know something b) a guide […]
Dwie osoby ciągną mnie za ręce, dwie popychają od dołu i wreszcie koniec, można po prosu podziwiać widoki. A jest co podziwiać!
(If you haven’t read the first part yet – click HERE) At six o’clock we were freezing at the gates leading down to Ngorongoro crater. That day started really early with breakfast at 5.15 and it was a nightmare to get out of my warm sleeping back, but the […]
Safari had never been on the top of my bucket list. I’d hoped to do it one day, but I kept finding excuses: it costs too much, my camer lens is not good enough, I’d prefer to see mountain gorillas more than the Big Five. But then it happened: I […]
I had no idea I knew how to say ‘lion’ in Swahili – well, it’s so simple! Everybody who’s seen “The Lion King” knows! “Lion” is “Simba” – as simple as that! Photographing lions on our safari was a great adventure! First, it wasn’t always easy to spot them, then […]
Injera is an Ethiopian traditional dish. At first glance it looks like a strange huge pancake, but tastes nothing close. How is injera made? This sourdough flatbred is made from teff flour mixed and water and then left to ferment for a few days and this is what gives injera […]