Welcome to Celia in Africa!
My name, Celia, is from Latin descent, and a common Spanish name, which means “of the heavens, heavenly or musical”.
A Zulu name has been given to me by a Shaman (African Medicine Man) I once met. In ancient language the name is “Qhwebezani” and as he explained, the translation for that as direct as possible means “shining light” which refers to the shimmering blue-green color you find in an oyster shell or the wings of a Starling.
I’m an adventurous spirit who can always see the humorous angle in any situation, in love with beauty and life, got a practical mind and an ability to organize.
I have a fond attraction for people of the earth who live simplistic but rich sustainable lives, together with authentic one-of-a-kind, handmade craftwork.
Our continent mother Africa, with its untapped beauty, its inexplicable richness, its independent old wise people, its array of colors and cultures, its patience with time, its tolerance of insanity and the teacher of spirituality, truth and wisdom – enthrall me.