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South America Tag

Travel Postcards / 07.01.2016

Happy New Year! One year ago, more or less these days, I was planning my trip to Argentina. It was a long-dreamed destination, which climaxed when I eventually saw the glaciers: the majestic Perito Moreno (definitely a must-see) and the lesser-known Upsala glacier, which can be reached only by boat. It was my first encounter with a glacier from...

Cities, Culture and Art / 02.11.2015

I started being more seriously interested into street art a few years ago, after a trip to Brighton where for the first time I saw some seriously beautiful and creative murals. It might sound strange to many, but in Italy, we’re often plagued with senseless graffiti which are nothing more than vandalism and little quality street...

Nature & Outdoors / 30.05.2015

Immense, wild, harsh, remote and incredibly fascinating: Patagonia Argentina is all this and a lot more. I wrote a few stories of my journey across Patagonia, and more will follow. I have thousands pictures that I still have to select and edit. And when I feel nostalgia for Patagonia's dazzling beauty, I go through the moments I crystallised with my phone. First...

Travel Musings / 08.02.2015

It was the perfect day for a hike in the Tierra del Fuego National Park. Sunny and bright, a blue sky dotted with a few clouds making it more dramatic, and the ideal temperature for a walk.  I treated myself with a generous breakfast, prepared a couple of sandwiches and water for a picnic stop in a...