Chris and I are shortly off to Amalfi in Italy.
To all my readers who have been trying to post comments after my blogs, I have just learned that the firewall set up by my web hosting company has been blocking them. 🙁 I am so sorry.
I have been experimenting with wild, indigenous and garden foods in the Zambezi Valley now for just over four years.
I am reposting this story, one that comes to mind every October, because last night as I stepped into the ink-black water of our horizon pool to cool off, I smelt petrichor for the first time.
Our pomegranate trees are weighed heavy with flowers and baby fruits right now. This affecting sight reminded me of the following blogpost I wrote four years ago, more or less at the same time of year.
The only noise that distracted us during our short stay at La Rochelle Country House in Zimbabwe’s eastern highlands was that made by the birds.