Hiking around Sammalisto Lake and experiencing Finland’s woodland

September 11, 2014
Europe

After our adventure around Päijänne Lake, we headed to the highly densely forested area blessed by Sammalisto and Lapakisto Lakes lapping its shores, and here, as one of the highlights of my recent trip to southern Finland, we went for a scenic and revitalizing hike immersed in the untouched greenery part of Nastola, municipality of Häme region. I was introduced to the great wilderness with a tree-lined boulevard, and sooner than expected I made my …Read the Rest

First time kayaking? In Finland’s second largest lake!

First time kayaking? In Finland’s second largest lake!
September 6, 2014
Europe

As anticipated in my previous post, I just got back from a great 4-day trip to Finland where I had the …Read the Rest

Nature and fairy tales, dreaming of Finland

Nature and fairy tales, dreaming of Finland
August 25, 2014
Europe

While I’ve always spent my school holidays on the beach (clear legacy of my Sardinian origins), recently I’ve been finding myself …Read the Rest

Stepping back in medieval Europe between Brasov and Rasnov

Stepping back in medieval Europe between Brasov and Rasnov
August 16, 2014
Europe

After enjoying the beauty of, and soaking in, the clean nature of the Prahova Valley, the following stop of our …Read the Rest

Photo Gallery – Beauty and luxury at the eerie Peles Castle

Photo Gallery – Beauty and luxury at the eerie Peles Castle
August 12, 2014
Europe

As promised in my previous post, here I’m publishing a photo gallery of beautiful Peles Castle, one of the main …Read the Rest

Soaking in nature, royalty and spirituality in Romania’s Prahova county

Soaking in nature, royalty and spirituality in Romania’s Prahova county
August 10, 2014
Europe

Picture yourself wandering around half-empty roads framed by slightly gothic with medieval features houses somehow resembling to gnomes’ residences and where …Read the Rest

Colors and tradition, a photo journey around Dimitrie Ghica Park in Sinaia

Colors and tradition, a photo journey around Dimitrie Ghica Park in Sinaia
August 5, 2014
Romania

After devoting a post to Sinaia’s pretty architecture, I thought it was only fair to show you also its green part, …Read the Rest

The typical architecture of charming Sinaia

The typical architecture of charming Sinaia
July 29, 2014
Europe

The first stop of my recent (and almost finished) Romania trip was the lovely town of Sinaia, nestled in the Prahova …Read the Rest

Delicacies from a traditional Sardinian meal

Delicacies from a traditional Sardinian meal
July 17, 2014
Europe

Now in July, just for a little summer break from Rome’s hustle and bustle, I came up with the bright idea …Read the Rest

Firouz Sherbat cafe, hidden gem in Isfahan’s Armenian district

Firouz Sherbat cafe, hidden gem in Isfahan’s Armenian district
July 11, 2014
Iran

When you travel, some of the most memorable moments are the unplanned ones, and this is precisely what happened when …Read the Rest

Tabriz Bazaar, Iran’s oldest market – a photo journey

Tabriz Bazaar, Iran’s oldest market – a photo journey
July 7, 2014
Iran

I have written about Tabriz Bazaar already in two posts, in the one about the best things to do in …Read the Rest

Things to do in Tabriz, the City of Firsts

Things to do in Tabriz, the City of Firsts
July 5, 2014
Iran

Known as the “city of firsts”, Tabriz is the capital of Iranian northern province of East Azerbaijan and hometown of …Read the Rest

The world in a door, nuances of Iran

The world in a door, nuances of Iran
June 27, 2014
Iran

It’s a tradition that belongs to a not-so-remote past, and while now it’s not in use anymore, the traces it …Read the Rest

10 places that will make you discover real Sardinia

10 places that will make you discover real Sardinia
June 23, 2014
Europe

It’s that time of the year again. Which time, you might wonder. Well, the beach season is approaching and many of …Read the Rest

A peek into my travel writing life

A peek into my travel writing life
June 20, 2014
Uncategorized

I’m not very big on blog hops, but when Rosalind Cummings-Yeates nominated me I was both excited because she’s one …Read the Rest

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