ONE MORE SLEEP!🤗
We are finalising preparations, and getting geared up to bring you a stellar day to night affair!
And we have checked in with the weather gods to make sure that we won't stumble into problems!
🌈 There might be some light rain in the evening so bring along an umbrella or raincoat!
🌈 It is a public holiday tomorrow, so come early and start the day with us! Gates open at 11:00
🌈 Entrance is R30 and CASH ONLY, so make sure that you bring along enough cash.
🌈 The bar, and most of the stalls have card facilities, as well as other alternative payment methods (SnapScan, Yoco, Zapper etc), but signal can be tricky, so be prepared with a bit if extra cash
I absolutely adore this gift from my brother and sister-in-law! ❤❤ It hangs next to a wall of photos of our families, and is a constant reminder of our roots (not that I need reminding 🙂). I couldn't be more proud of where I come from, and at the same time, how far I have come. In a world full of possibilities, there are no limits! .
VIADEIMILLE • SICILIA CREATORS & FRIENDS link in bio
A genius in the science of olfaction, a living olfactory library, a collector of thousands of books about smell and olfactory materials from every corner of the world, PhD in Plant Biotechnology, able to reproduce in his laboratory any existing kind of smell, Michael is undeniably a remarkable man. With Michael we met by chance in a natural history museum in France and since then became very close friends. Looking for traces of the historical commercial exchanges between Sicily and the French perfume industry, it is thanks to Michael that we miraculously! could find some extraordinary evidences. That day, Michael came out of the cellar of his house carrying a big dusty box full of old papers. “Look in there”, he said, “I'm sure you'll find something that will be useful to your search”. Indeed, the papers contained articles, pictures and advertisements concerning the manufacturing of essential oils of several Sicilian distilleries, some founded at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Serendipity?