Wedding season is long started. I was lucky enough to have no weddings to attend last year, but things went a bit crazy this year leaving me with 4 weddings to attend! Don’t get me wrong, I am so happy for all my friends that are getting married – but of course this involves travelling, finding […]Read More Geneva and the French Wedding!
Scotland has been in my travel list since ages, especially since when I started reading the series Outlander. The series, which is also a TV show now, is (obviously) set in Scotland so I wanted to check out how the place really looks like, after reading so much about it. For the records, I am […]Read More Scottish Adventures: exploring Edinburgh!
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.
Ayutthaya is a city 80km outside Bangkok and it was the capital of the Kingdom of Siam, I went to visit the ruins of the old city on my third day in Bangkok. Historically, Ayutthaya has been very important for the commerce due to its strategical position, if you want to know more about it […]Read More Thailand part II: Ayutthaya.
And here I am, to tell you all about my Thailand trip! To do so, I need to break it in like at least two posts cause there are too many things to say and plenty of pics to upload as well. Ready? Let’s get started then! I booked my trip back in December, finding […]Read More Thailand part I: first 3 days in Bangkok.
A month. January has been quiet and with a lot of time to myself. I used it to think about all sort of things, to read, to catch up with Homeland. Last week, thought, my friend that lives in Milan came to visit. It has been a relaxed weekend as well, after all it’s January, […]Read More Otherworlds: visions of our Solar System.
The fact that I have friends all over is no mystery. Having traveled, studied and lived abroad it has always been pretty easy to achieve the goal “a friend per continent”. I’d like to have a friend per country, let’s say I am working on that. I have known my friend that lives in Rome […]Read More Rome wasn’t built in a day, hey hey hey.