A photo reportage from a typical Sardinian village, Ghilarza, which happens to be also Antonio Gramsci’s and my hometown (not bragging at all here). Stone walls, a persistent nature, colorful flowers and churches are possibly the main characters of most villages in the big Italian island.
Unusual post on my site this time, but when I checked out Novica I thought it was worth it. In …Read the Rest
It’s Carnival time in Italy, and all regions are busy preparing and having fun according to tradition. I’ve been celebrating …Read the Rest
Here I am, back to my trip to Sri Lanka. After our stay in Galle and quick jaunt to Yala National …Read the Rest
Someone said that to explore Rome a lifetime is not enough, and the more I explore the more I realize …Read the Rest
Here I am, back with my Sri Lanka posts. On our first trip out of Colombo we headed south, to …Read the Rest
My stay in Colombo wasn’t limited to Pettah, obviously. Truth is, I’ve tried to have all possible experiences in Sri …Read the Rest
I know, I have been neglecting my poor little blog for way too long. I can provide a thousand of …Read the Rest