I will put it simply: I love books. I have many passions, lots of interests that come and go and I am always up for new things to learn. There’s only one thing that it’s always been there, that never changed through time: books. I remember when I was a kid and my dad got […]Read More The Ornatrix, by Kate Howard.
As you all know, I moved to London from Italy four years ago. It’s been a long journey, with many trips back and forth, with plenty of Italian food in the suitcase every single time. London has so much to offer and the diversity of people, cuisines and activities is what I love about this […]Read More Mercato Metropolitano: the closest place to Italian Paradise.
It’s been a bit quiet on the blog recently. Today I just wanted to share some pictures with you. I had a friend over for the weekend and we spent it going around to explore the city, trying to see as much as possible in a short time. The two and a half days had […]Read More London, in all its beauty.
When I decided to move to the UK I had various reasons: a scholarship, the desire to have new experiences and, in part, the hope to live in a better country. Better in the sense of having a better future. A country that had more opportunities to offer than Italy, where you are recognised for […]Read More When I decided to move to the UK.
Per buio, intend buio pesto. Non e` come chiudere le luci quando si e` in cucina, che alla fine un modo per trovare quello che stiamo cercando si trova. Parlo di entrare in una stanza che non hai mai visto prima e farti guidare da un cameriere non vedente. Ne parlavo con un collega, parlavamo […]Read More Hai mai pensato di cenare al buio?
When I say dark I mean pitch black. It’s not like when you turn off the light in the kitchen, you can still find your way there. I am talking about going to a restaurant you’ve never seen and enter a very dark room, guided by a blind person. I was chatting to a colleague […]Read More Have you ever thought of dining in the dark?
Tonight’s soundtrack: http://youtu.be/qNEDKSWryZM. Tonight’s wisdom words: “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, And wisdom to know the difference” It’s been a month since I have been back and getting used to the busy London life again has been challenging, specially the first […]Read More I wanna dance with somebody.