Magic Torino

The world is crossed by two magic triangles, the white and the black triangle, which respectively represent white and black magic. These triangles have their angles pointed at a city in the world: the white triangle points at Lyon, Prague and Turin, whereas the black magic triangle vertices are in London, San Francisco and… Turin!…

Chitchén Itzá

Visiting Chitchén Itzá was one of the main reasons why I wanted to visit the Yucatan Peninsula but I didn’t expect to be so astonished by the magnificence of this building. Walking out onto the clearing the pyramid stands tall and proud welcoming visitors to get closer to Mayan history. Their astounding knowledge of astronomy…

Around Corsica

My trip to Corsica was arranged at the last minute as we had to fit a quick and relatively cheap summer vacation into the middle week of August. I had already thought about visiting the island in the past, but in the end I had always opted for alternatives that seemed more appealing to me….

Tulum

Tulum is probably one of the most astonishing archeological sites in the Yucatan Peninsula, in between its sandy beaches and its jungle like forest you can find yourself in the midst of a sacred Mayan town. Tulum is said to have been inhabited between 1200-1521 AD, as a central port town for mayan commerce, due to…

México

One of my bucket list destinations has always been Mexico, so when I had the chance to visit the country I was ecstatic. I don’t know exactly what fascinated me the most, but it just seemed like such a rich country culturally: history, arts, architecture and food. I think the Latin American culture is incredibly…

Immersed in Japan

Japan has always fascinated me with the deeply rooted traditions and culture for simplicity and beauty. I love the way the Japanese respect all living and non living objects, they are extremely kind and polite, always lending a hand when they see you are having difficulty of some kind, and they will thank you 1000…