May 17, 2017 | Blog Travel
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We left the beach shores and headed to Valladolid, a pittoresque small town one hour drive from Tulum.

We arrive at central square, surrounded by colonial buildings and feels like landing directly into genuine Mexican life, with colored dressed people and a Mexican food smell that pulls us quickly in the closest hacienda style restaurant.

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May 13, 2017 | Blog Personal Travel
Valladolid

Every time I come back to write here is like turning to a quiet lover that waits indefinitely to a busy me that once had promised to write here often (the first and most important request for whoever attempts on blogging). But then life happened in so many ways and that “often” became a broken promise. My Indian Balinese guru had told me: “You have the wind as your element. You go everywhere fast and travel a lot with your mind and body. You’ll struggle for stability and regularity always but being windy is also so beautiful.”

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June 8, 2015 | Art Travel
Sardinian Stones Gallery

This island bathed in turquoise waters seems to have its own characters carved in stone.

Beside the idyllic beaches the shapes that nature decided to have here amaze me every time I walk these shores so I decided to go deeper into this matter and take photos of them.

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April 1, 2015 | Travel
Zanzibar Portraits

I decided to follow some other passion of mine as well, so I started some months ago a professional photography course.  It’s a deep infinite chapter and I absolutely love it! So the  Zanzibar trip was a perfect stage to experiment some brand new knowledge.

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March 30, 2015 | Travel
Two Teams on Same Shore

White seagulls are flying in circles and when they get closer to the ocean they start reflecting its shades and become turquoise flying beings.
There’s a fantastic chromatic palette, as every color match every color and the locals ebony skin suits every shade. At sunset tall and black men dressed in masai are walking the beaches that seem to belong to them since ages. Amazing red scarves on blue background on just another Zanzibar eye paint.

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March 16, 2015 | Travel
The Map of Some Fine Mornings

What can someone do when nature around is in a never ending dance?

I had to give in and just lay still and watch the show of white sands and blue waters changing supremacy over the shores as hours pass by and tide takes its course.

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November 27, 2014 | Travel
Copenhagen Files

Nyhavn is the postcards canal bordered by colorful houses. I arrived there early in the morning on my way to the mermaid. The strong wind was shaking the boats, mixing the moving masts sounds with its blows. The terraces were empty like on a film stage before the main action. Which I guess here unfolds during summer time.

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August 20, 2014 | Travel
Champagne Place

I’ve been walking some awesome paths lately, from the lush jungle of Bali to the warm golden lights of Marrakech sun, than into the evenings perfume of Saint Tropez and lately on the white Sardinian shores. Quite a year so far and it didn’t end yet.
I slowed down on writing because my eyes didn’t want to look at any keyboard while they had in front beautiful world patterns. They kept on registering but now’s the time to empty the tape a bit.

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May 3, 2014 | People Travel
Bali's Great Treasures
Hopping on the departure plane from the floating island isn’t easy, as nor my mind or my body are willingly leaving.
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June 17, 2013 | Art Travel
Starring at Rome

Day Two

The city is both stunning on its indoor tracks as it is on the outside: where the streets have a name.

I started the search for details on Via Giulia, born some five centuries ago to be the first street in Rome crossing in straight line the other “vicoli”. During about one kilometer walk, its past is trying to come out at almost every angle, inviting me for example to have a seat on a bench amazingly undefeated by the time or by the palace built over it.

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May 30, 2013 | Travel
Starring at Rome1

Rome maybe didn’t change lately but it certainly did the way I can capture it now, after ten years we first met. Three days of walking along with the past and talking to great artists, feet are aching and details of some Bernini sculptures are still haunting around.

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September 27, 2011 | People Travel
Brazilians

Back from Brazil, I sense a very heavy luggage, not because of the genuine  acai bracelets, the splendid Brazilian architecture catalogues or some of course Hawaianas. It’s a big jewel, for which I didn’t even  had to pay any extra- tax: the Brazilian spirit.

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