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Curaçao: 7 things you probably don’t know about

Curaçao: 7 things you probably don’t know about

As some of you would probably know, I (temporary) moved to Curaçao. After almost 2 months since I arrived on the island, I am ready to tell you something about living in this paradisiac corner of the world. 1. Ok, Curaçao, but exactly, where? Don’t […]

What to read when traveling: books that fit a train journey

What to read when traveling: books that fit a train journey

What does books that fit a train joureny mean? I love reading and I always carry a book while traveling. Usually travellers-reader face two kinds of dilemma: Book I want to read vs Space I don’t have Book I want to read vs Actual time to read You […]

In fits and starts: Malta in february – First part

In fits and starts: Malta in february – First part

I’ve been to Malta for (what I like to consider) the first time, few days ago, in between the end of a week of february and the beginning of the following one. Malta in february, people say the worst period to visit it. Actually to […]

Artist of the month: Tombobnyc

Artist of the month: Tombobnyc

The tons of movies and TV series made us walk on those street so many times we think we have actually been there. The Satute of Liberty, Central Park, the Empire State Building. We have a lot of reasons to head on the first flight […]

Mass-tourism impact: 10 destinations showing the darkside of being popular

Mass-tourism impact: 10 destinations showing the darkside of being popular

Have you ever thought that many places in the world risk to disappear and/or be permanently damaged in the next years because of mass-tourism? The impact of men on the planet is often negative. A lack of information or of sense of respect have bad […]

EP #2: Right before and after a departure

EP #2: Right before and after a departure

Here it is, the second episode of “Blame it on Erasmus” on your screen right now! If you missed the first episode, the one where I introduce the Erasmus Generation, you can find it here. RIGHT BEFORE THE DEPARTURE Years of complains, human race awareness […]

DO IT LIKE AT HOME: 10 questions for travelers who really love the world

DO IT LIKE AT HOME: 10 questions for travelers who really love the world

Temperatures are rising, icebergs are melting, new islands made out of plastic are showing up in our oceans. The world is badly ill and in front of these big events we feel like we cannot do anything to handle it. WRONG. There are a lot […]

ARTIST OF THE MONTH: CLET ABRAHAM

ARTIST OF THE MONTH: CLET ABRAHAM

Art, in every form, is part of our everyday life, both when we are traveling and when we stay at home. Sometimes we pursue it in a museum, at times we find it among the pages of a book or we meet it by simply […]

Lonely Planet City Guide – Four Days in Paris

Lonely Planet City Guide – Four Days in Paris

What’s your relationship with travel guides? Do you always buy at least one before every trip or you’d rather get information on internet through touristic agencies, blogs or catchy video on YouTube? Or maybe sometimes you buy a guide without booking any ticket, just because […]

Where to sleep in Vilnius – A guide for different budgets (and travelers)

Where to sleep in Vilnius – A guide for different budgets (and travelers)

You’ve just decided to make a Baltic tour. Or you’re curious to admire yourself what is considered one of the brightes Christmas trees in the world. Or simply there’s a new low-cost route from your city to Lithuania and you’re wondering “Why not?”  Whatever takes […]


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