Today I came by a Ted Talk a young man from Cameroon in Spain. Sani Ladan tells his story, similar to that one of many others, crude and difficult. He left his home at a very young age and travel an odyssey in search for a better future. Following, as he explains: his dreams. Continue reading
I have been living in the Dutch Capital for three short months. It’s been super intense, it’s been fast and it feels like it was just 2 days. There is so much going on, there is so much to see and learn.
The history of the city is everywhere, but here time has moved on. And it has became one of the most modern and advances places in our world.
After some time in Amsterdam I got to know only a tiny part of the interesting places to see… But its a start and here I share them with you. Continue reading
There is so much to say about this gorgeous, medieval town in Brussels. But I believe the best way to tell you about it is to let her speak for herself. Continue reading
This is my second time in the Austrian Capital. This second time, although during winter, I felt a “warmer” welcome. Continue reading
My favorite way to see this wonderful continent is by train. For me there is no better way of living travels. Landscapes passing one after the other, from a safe and comfortable train. With no restriction on baggage weight. In the era of everything rushed and fast, train travel gives you time. “Slow” train travel it is a privilege during these “fast times”.
Here I share my experience traveling from the everlasting Roma passing through the incredible magical Ljubljana in Slovenia, arrive to the dream come true that is Zagreb in Croatia and end this train adventure in Imperial Vienna.
I call this a fantastic way of starting this fantastic new year 🙂
Grab a good book, bring yourself snacks and drinks and enjoy the scene Continue reading
For a while I had a special interest for this city. It sounded so exotic for me… Maybe because I had trouble pronouncing the name, maybe because magic exist here after all.
As many of you know I started my trip in April this year, but the truth is I started it many years ago, when I was just a kid with big dreams of travel. I left my office job, my nice apartment in a small comfortably well-known city in the US to go on a one way trip.
I just knew the three first stops, after that… Who knew? Continue reading
I used to believe that we feel the same way (good or bad) no matter where we are. It was quite obvious for me, I know it all start with us and within us. I experienced the opposite. Being where I don’t want to be, I don’t feel myself. I have the post-trip symptom. The only cure is a life of full time travel. Continue reading
I’m on a train that left München at 7.40AM. We are in Austria now, just left Brenner Pass Station. Surrounded by mountains and forrest. Continue reading
Do you know what it is to miss someone or something so much it hurts?
That is how I feel now that I am away from my loved one. My Rome.