Experential Travel

For sure, see you soon ...

I thought a lot about how to start this post but, without wasting our time, it seems to me right to get straight to the point: Mauritius is a pearl, ...

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Choosing Bali for its culture

When I heard Bali for the first time I thought of sandy beaches, surfers and palm trees. Like many I believe. Then I arrived, I saw the surfers, the palms ...

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How to define Delhi? Definitely ...

If someone asked me to define Delhi with an adjective I would say “full”, without thinking too much about it: it’s a big chaos. Full of people, true, but this ...

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Istria: more than a magical ...

The first time I visited Istria was to attend a social theater festival. About Istria I remember mostly people from all over the world and a magical place overlooking the ...

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Discovering Malawi: The Warm Heart ...

Malawi is a small country in the heart of central-southern Africa with an extraordinary lake and an unique flora and fauna. But it is not enough. Malawi is also known ...

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Nicaragua: a country of wonders

Nicaragua is an incredible country, a country of wonders, of landscapes that leave you speechless, of warmth and smiles. It is the soul of Central America, it is the Sandinista ...

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Aruba: unexpected surprise

If someone told me I was going to Aruba, I would not have believed him. Do not get me wrong, I travel often and I’m going to explore every part ...

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Tripping in Cambodia

I remembered the Cambodia exactly how I found it the first time. Green, rural and authentic. Wooden stakes along the way, naked children running and motorbikes that run with at ...

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Glitz and glamour in Barbados

From exclusive hotels to luxury marinas, to million-euro yachts, world-class golf courses, luxury shopping and the best Caribbean cuisine, Barbados offers the perfect balance of Caribbean serenity and international luxury. ...

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Arctic in Summer: unlimited adventures

I visited the Arctic for the first time in January, when the white and blue of the fjords were dazzling. The hiss of the snow hit my face as I ...

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