Javier Reverte returns to Africa, pero this time tú puedes acompañarle. The master tour travel literature's most iconic places in Uganda and Kenya 27 al of December 6 January leading to the route "Talks on the bonfire".
I imagine the man coming to camp, by the fire, and explaining to all that he had seen 654 Rhinos, which are stones that calculation could cross until he returned to his hotel. Who cares? One has the feeling that in the Serengeti one has the right to see what he wants.
They say that the goddess Venus-Aphrodite rose from the waters of the Mediterranean and the Greeks placed his birth in the southern Peloponnese peninsula. I think they were wrong: the goddess was born here, in Venice, and here it is again swallowed the sea when the waters devour this city born to die of a surfeit of beauty.
Me, Meanwhile ominous, I can think of in Japan, Japan only. And talk about an item on which the newspapers rightly, of course, have not spoken at all in these days: the delicate beauty that holds this country (...).
Spain and Portugal, when they were empire, exported language, culture and customs. And among other things, Bullfighting also. The tracks are still alive in several Latin American countries. But the surprise is that there are other traces, in this case dead, in surprising places. Where imagine? For, eg, in Africa.
I have sworn never to travel to Africa and write a line in my life on it. But a few days ago I saw a video, Included on this page VaP., from a trip to South Africa, Malawi and Mozambique, and after reading a text of my namesake great Javier Brandoli, the African bug began to itch again. Why not return?
VaP. readers interview the master of travel writing on the occasion of the publication of his latest book, "Hills that burn, Fire lakes". "Africa again and again pulled me. I have contracted "evil in Africa", a beautiful disease", says the writer.