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Travel Postcards / 20.01.2010

  [caption id="attachment_1575" align="aligncenter" width="605"] Street Art in Olinda, Brazil.[/caption] If I was to describe Olinda (which, in Portuguese, means 'oh, how nice!'), an awesome little city near Recife, in Brazil, I would say: colorful. Pink, blue, yellow, red, green and a small street where the houses display a fabulous exhibition of street art. One day I'll have to...

Nature & Outdoors / 18.11.2009

Winter sports are not only about Alpine skiing and I know that there are lots of nordic ski fans. I tried only once and had a lot of fun by trying not to lose balance having only my foot tip hooked up to that tiny ski. Besides, you can enjoy a lot more nature and the scenery...

Nature & Outdoors / 14.10.2009

I'm mostly diving in tropical seas, like the amazing Bunaken Marine Park in Indonesia, or in the beautiful spots across the Red Sea in Egypt, where the water is warm and corals are so colourful. [caption id="attachment_5281" align="aligncenter" width="597"] Barracuda rhapsody. Photo by [email protected] on Flickr[/caption]   But my usual dive buddy recently proposed to me to spend...

Cities, Culture and Art / 04.10.2009

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="561" caption="Florence, The Dome"][/caption] I took the cue for this post from an article featured today on the Telegraph, announcing that former McDonald's director has been appointed to commercialize Italy's cultural heritage. In a time when Italian Government, in an attempt to restore National budget is cutting lots of funds related to culture, education...