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... contradiction: harsh and cruel and unforgiving yet nourishing, symbiotic and ultimately resilient. Our visit here was brief but long enough to flood our imaginations. Her people are generous and warm but, like so many of us, deeply stained by a narrative of plunder and oppression. Her land is open and wild, at times bordering on the mythological. Her abundance of life in incomprehensible. Unlike any ...
... up out of the surging swells of the south Atlantic. The air is heavy with swirling marine mist. Fynbos clings to the flanks of the steep slopes. The soundscape is dominated by the thundering rhythmic crash of the surf. Frigid green water washes the sugary white shore. We scamper along the edge of the continent, peering over the dizzying cliffs to the turbulent sea. Smashed Dutch and Portuguese shipwrecks are hidden in the black volcanic reefs below. ...
... gates, pots and pergolas became known as “Majorelle blue”. I like it. The Berber Museum has only been open since 2011. Located in the old painting studio it’s very well done. I particularly liked the jewel room display. It’s a small dark room with mirrors to reflect light from the little pin lights mounted in the ceiling. It felt like being inside a jewel box under the stars. The craftsmanship that went into some of ...
... his wives, relatives and even court officials. The tombs were walled up by his successors and the only access today is through a small passage in the adjoining mosque, a fact that may have helped preserve it over the years. We enjoyed strolling in the small but tranquil garden around the tombs and a little owl in the rafters of one the the mausoleums kept us and our cameras occupied longer than the monuments themselves.
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