As some of you already know, I spent 6 months in New York City in 2009 – from January to July (with a month break in April). I’ve been living in the Upper West Side first, then in the Lower […]
Now, this is going to be a quite serious post. I’m sitting in my kitchen, where a huge world map dominates the wall in front of me. Every time I look at it I start drawing imaginary lines for travels […]
We got off at the Fujiyoshida train station. We got off the funny “Thomas” train. It was raining. No, it was pouring. The fog was so thick we couldn’t even see what was on the other side of the street. […]
Back in 2008 I’ve been to the western side of Egypt, and had a wonderful trip among the desert and the northern oasis (Siwa, Baharia, Farafra). We also spent a couple of nights camping in the White Desert. It’s a […]
In 2007 I had the chance of having a Honduran collegue. We got along very well, but the work environment was awful. I think I never told you, but I’ve been working for 7 years in the hospitality business, as […]
Creepy, huh? Yes it is. And the workmen ran away in terror as they found them. True story… If you’re wondering where you’ve seen these statues before, there are 2 possible answers: Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt My previous post about […]
salimmo sù, el primo e io secondo, tanto ch’i’ vidi de le cose belle che porta ‘l ciel, per un pertugio tondo. E quindi uscimmo a riveder le stelle. he first, I following— until I saw, through a round opening, some […]
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