Blyde River Canyon is Mpumalanga, South Africa.  It is a 26 km long, 2500 deep canyon covered with vegetation, making it the largest green canyon in the world.  Read more: AfricVilla: Today's photo: Blyde River Canyon, South Africa http://www.africvilla.com/2013/06/todays-photo-blyde-river-canyon-south.html#ixzz2h0BUBJaz  African News  Follow us: @africvilla on Twitter

Blyde River Canyon is Mpumalanga, South Africa. It is a 26 km long, 2500 deep canyon covered with vegetation, making it the largest green canyon in the world. Read more: AfricVilla: Today's photo: Blyde River Canyon, South Africa

And now for some DRY WORS, a popular South African snack, this one made of venison. Lexi Mills says it's one of the top 10 foods she and other South African expats miss: http://thedisplacednation.com/2012/05/08/when-in-london-hey-ag-no-man-10-foods-i-still-miss-from-my-homeland/

And now for some DRY WORS, a popular South African snack, this one made of venison. Lexi Mills says it's one of the top 10 foods she and other South African expats miss

Amarula Coffee...Amarula is a cream liqueur from South Africa made from the fruit of the African marula tree.

Amarula is a cream liqueur from South Africa made from the fruit of the African marula tree. Ingredients: 3 parts brewed coffee - 1 part Amarula - brown sugar, to taste - whipped cream, to taste - garnish with cinnamon, if desired

Beautiful Nature / Landscapes / Rhino

Africa's treasure, South Africa Youth With A Mission Los Angeles I hope that someday I can travel the world and take amazing pictures like these than ppl will pin them on there dreams boards bc they want to go there bc of my pictures!

Boerebeskuit: Literally meaning "farmers rusks", a South African food legacy from the Voortrekkers’ nomadic way of life.

Today's history lesson: Boerebeskuit, literally meaning "farmers rusks," is a South African food legacy from the Voortrekkers’ nomadic way of life.

not so much interested in the rhino, but the gorgeous pinks and oranges of the sunset in the background

Rhinoceros, South Africa Photograph by Brent Stirton, National Geographic A rhinoceros stands on a hillside in KwaZulu­-Natal Province.

Pinterest
Search