For this week's episode, we turn to the Eastern side of the globe, visiting the Kuang Si Falls - also known as Tat Kuang Si Waterfalls - in Laos. Find out why this place is so awesome.
In the heart of Central America, lies a small corner of heaven named Guatemala. With a population of almost 17 million people and a history of civil unrest, the country can only be described as a human jungle where tradition is met with modern development, creating a powerful land of possibility which dates back to the Mayan empire. These are the 8 things you really can't miss.
Recently I came across a very interesting TED Talk given by Ricardo Semler, Semco Partners CEO and radical innovator. What he said really hit home.
Moving is bound to bring changes. When the moving involves switching countries, this can be extremely overwhelming at times, bringing about what are normally referred to as 'culture shocks'. As a young Italian in the UK, these were mine.
And if so, is it the good kind?
Life is all about perspectives. Be it with a half-full glass of water, a half-empty Nutella jar, truth is that reality is all in our hands and is shaped according to the way we decide to perceive it. And isn't that true for anything that happens to us? From a failed trip to a place, … Continue reading Thank You or Fuck You?
Ever since my flatmate and I moved into our new place, we've been trying to host as many people as possible, offering them a nice place to stay while at the same time making new friends from all over the world. Couchsurfing is awesome in that sense. But let's take a step back: what is … Continue reading WHY YOU SHOULD COUCHSURF MORE
During my time in Rotterdam, my flatmate and I took up the habit of visiting a new place for breakfast each week, specifically each Sunday morning (which was often more like afternoon, but that's besides the point). It was a nice way of seeing new places and experiencing the city whilst at the same time … Continue reading THE BEST 5 BREAKFAST SPOTS IN ROTTERDAM