** This is me publishing an old draft (2018) that never saw the light of day, and that I think we all need right now in these crazy times! Stay strong everybody ** It’s easy to feel down, constricted in your own surroundings, unable… Continue Reading “On happiness, beauty and the million ways in which travel can inspire you.”
University is kind of a big deal. Although many people will tell you otherwise, it’s just the reality of facts. When choosing your University, you are not simply picking a course over another: you are selecting a city, a set of people, a whole… Continue Reading “ITALIAN IN SCOTLAND: THINGS I WISH I’D KNOWN BEFORE CHOOSING MY FOREIGN UNIVERSITY”
Have you ever stopped to wonder what happens to the trains you do not take? Where do all those people go and do they eventually reach what they were looking for? What if trains were not simply means of travel taking you from one… Continue Reading “TRAINS & REALITY.”
Whoever said travelling alone is not as good as having company, is clearly dumb. Although I have enjoyed fun trips with friends several times throughout the years, I can safely say group tours are the devil’s best friend. And it starts from the very… Continue Reading “3 REASONS WHY GROUP TOURS ARE THE WORSE THING YOU CAN DO WHEN TRAVELLING”
Our travel inspiration of the week takes us to the mesmerising Mexico, in the Yucatan peninsula. In a setting very similar to the cave from H2O: Just Add Water (millennial talking here), Cenote Suytun is an underground cave which will take your breath away and make you feel like in a fairytale. Click to find out more.
Who is the guy and why is there fire all over the place? British culture will explain.
This week’s travel inspiration is a little more extravagant and wider: the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia. Situated in the Pacific Ring of Fire, it has been called the land of ice and fire where cold winters are counteracted by a multitude of active volcanoes sprinkled across the area. Find out more..
I recently visited Münich, Germany. I was in Scotland before then. I was in Italy afterwards.
Sounds like a great trip, you’ll be naïvely thinking in your head.
My story, though, lies in the middle.