April 4th - 14th, 2020 "A wonderful week spent at the Trullo Cicerone in the Valle d'Itria, Puglia, enjoying our shared passion of photography. Lessons, conversations, trips, tips and mentoring all made possible with the generosity of this man - thank you for your time, wisdom and sharing your life’s photographic adventures and stories. Also a huge... Continue Reading →
We are delighted to offer you Photography Classes with Manoocher Deghati: an opportunity to improve your skills, reflect, present and exchange experience in a unique and inspiring place, within a small group of participants. The workshops are designed for all passionates of photography. It focuses specifically on developing mind and eye for choosing the right angle... Continue Reading →
We went on a boat trip from Taranto with the Jonian Dolphin Conservation research association to watch dolphins in the Gulf of Taranto. It was really spectacular and therefore I really wanted to recommend it. By watching dolphins with Jonian Dolphin Conservation in the you don’t only take a boat trip together with the marine biologists and volunteers who... Continue Reading →
Archery is a pleasant and relaxing sport. It has been practised forever, or so it seems. When did humans really start using bow and arrow? And how did all the different types of bows develop: recurve bow, flatbow, longbow (that's what I use), self bow, or the composite bow? Bow and arrow have been used by... Continue Reading →
As an archaeologist and food historian, I offer workshops about historic cuisine, featuring the history of Mediterranean and European cuisines. Ancient recipes surprise with their - for us - unusual combination of tastes and aromas, blending the salty, the sweet, the sour and the spicy into astounding combinations.