TENERIFE: a great island to enjoy digital nomad life

Dear readers, during 2022, I stayed in Tenerife twice: first time during the European summer time and the second time during December. Being a remote online worker, a friend of mine and I took the chance to fly off to Canarias at the beginning of summer to spend all July in Tenerife by renting a …

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Hangover Pygmy cave: the 4th largest cave in the world

Dear readers, during May 2022 I had the chance to explore the 4th largest cave in the world whose the name are Hangover Pygmy. These caves are in Vietnam and are located in Phong Nha national park which belongs to Dong Hoi province, it is situated in the centre-north of Vietnam. In order to reach …

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Chao Lao Beach: the hidden spot surrounded by pink rocks

Dear readers, back to December 2021, I had the opportunity to come back to Thailand to visit some new secluded areas. My focus was on the eastern coast toward Cambodia, after having visited Pattaya and Rayong, I decided (as always) to get out of the 'comfort zone' and I headed to Chao Lao beach which …

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PLAYA ESCONDIDA: a secluded and almost inaccessible beach of Dominican Republic

Dear readers, I am just back from having discovered Dominican Republic with its pros and cons: the first approach was very tough especially when it comes to dealing with the public safety and cleanliness. Before starting my tour I decided to rent a vehicle instead (I usually rent a motorbike), however this time nobody in …

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ONE YEAR OF COVID-19 PANDEMIA: WHAT CHANGED IN THE HUMAN COMMUNITY?

Dear readers, today by far a bit more than one year is spent from the COVID-19 outbreak, a deep chance of habits among us human has occurred even we did not want it by any means. One year ago, myself was just back from my last overseas travel to Asia and yet I was not …

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Sihanoukville 2020: a coastal paradise or a town in disarray?

Dear readers, following my last travel experience spent in Cambodia of which three days in the coastal city of Sihanoukville and some latest news about the renovation process of the town, I have gained some insights to deal with such a hot topic. This town is the landmark to transfer by ferries to the Koh …

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BEING A WORLD EXPLORER DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC TIME

Dear fellow readers, most of us are aware of the fact that the pandemic spreading the coronavirus prevented us from travelling around the globe indefinitely 😦 However, few of us were lucky enough to afford to travel and stay safely until a certain point, this was my case and I am glad to share with …

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Koh Lipe: explorers, local residents and Thai gypsies community.

Once again I am here to talk about a South-East Asian society which is the Thai one, just this time it isn't related to a volunteering action: after three years since last time, I decided to visit a new Thai island which is close to the border line with Malaysia. The island is Koh Lipe …

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ICELAND: Golden circle vs wild nature of the long Icelandic perimeter

It was the year 2011 when I and my Italian friend Walter made the decision to go for the amazing wild nature challenge in Iceland, even though my friend had in mind to travel somewhere in Asia, I felt I wanted to complete my geographical overview of the Scandinavian Europe, so as soon as I …

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Bali: a day spent exploring the wild nature with a local traveler

One day during my stay in Bali of my 2017-Journey, I had a chance to meet with a local Indonesian traveler who she was willing to share a trip to some amazing waterfalls as well as not touristy, soon she identified three waterfalls situated in three different locations: Gitgit , Alang-alang and Tukad Cepung. Considering …

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