12 Photos to plan your next trip to Italy & get your travel juices flowing

12 Photos to plan your next trip to Italy & get your travel juices flowing

10 am in the morning, it's pouring rain outside and here I am, thinking of summer days in Italy. Feels good to be back. I've arrived 3 days ago and as I'm freeing myself from a kind Jetlag by drinking Campari, eating pasta and indulging in my vice for pesto; I decided it is about time to share some insights and cool photos that will help you plan your next trip to Italy.   My obsession with Italy As this is my 5th time in Italy and because today I became an Italian citizenship --yayyyy!--, I want to start by setting the mood for this post by listening to some Tarantella…music Ragazzi!!!! As you may know, many Argentinians actually have Italian roots.  Our ancestors moved to Argentina at the beginning of the 20th century, and that applies to me too. It's been my dream for the last 15 years to become an Italian citizen. Honestly, for a decade it seemed like an impossible dream...
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No excuses, Day One. No time for fear.

No excuses, Day One. No time for fear.

This is it. No excuses. When a few months ago I started thinking about all the things it took me so long to do for the first time, I was shocked. I could see it clearly: I had been living a life full of excuses. And I asked myself: why do we live in fear? Maybe because I grew up too scared of the bullies at school. Or because I wan't good at sports. Or I was terrified of being Was I too scared of being ashamed? I could've blamed money, time, career. But if I was being honest with myself, truth wasn't hiding in external matters. It was well protected and totally cozy under layers and layers of fear —and even lazyness.   https://vimeo.com/225784693   It took me so long to realize fear is an overthinker and an overprotective buddy. Fear sees no options or choices. It's rigid. It has to. But why would I want to be just like my own fear? When so...
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Things didn’t turn out the way I thought. What’s next?

Things didn’t turn out the way I thought. What’s next?

Every day I wake up to a curious and dazzling summer sun destiny blinding me through the car’s glass window.   It doesn’t matter how hard I try to keep sleeping: sun, glass and car seat join to boycott my sleep, leaving me with one travelling truth: Road trip must go on. My eyelids are still heavy but I vividly remember. The feeling of the sand softly passing through my feet, the sea salt drying on my skin and the clear waters that make me want to eat the sea. Yes, I want to eat the sea. As if it was even possible to fully join its deep and destiny changing nature. With every car start that leads to a new destination, I cry a little bit. My soul knows it’s time to go, that time is ephemeral but I can also feel the taste of new moments to live for. The kindness of the old man that speaks dialect rolling the words with...
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Anana’s life, a day in the life of a croatian pineapple

Anana’s life, a day in the life of a croatian pineapple

Say Hvar! Adriatic vibes are my go-to vibes. Croatia may be THE hot touristy spot, but for the relaxed traveller, a full week in this island is the answer to all the questions in life.   Tomorrow  we are leaving Hvar, which is insanely stunning despite the "party island" reputation. Honestly, we are having the best time of our lives. Instead of just visiting for a day or two we decided this would be our spot for a whole week. Funny thing is that even though it’s been tough to make the time for writing and editing our footage, I actually feel I’ve been working on the blog more than ever, but just doing “field investigation” —yes, swimming in crytal-clear waters, eating seafood while the sun is setting and exploring naturist beaches can be quite exhausting. So, to show what a hard worker I am, please look at this very insightful video about a day in the good life of a Pineapple, in spanish:...
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