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Cambodia

Cambodia

Cambodia is going to stay in my heart. If someone is going to ask me if i suggest Cambodia a place to visit I would definitely say YES! Not for Ankor Wat or for the sea, but for the people. I would tell them to talk to every Cambodian; with every monk because it’s...

Grilled Squids

Grilled Squids

We are in Savannakhet, a city where the French used to live during their colonial time, the old houses are beautiful and mysterious with that old look. There is nothing to do in this small city, unless walking, looking at the river Mekong, drinking coffe and going to...

Six Years Ago

Six Years Ago

Six years ago the reason why I came to India was that I wanted to know more about Sadhus: Hindu Ascetics, they leave society to find their own way in poverty. One of the first one I’ve met was a young baba very elegant even though he was dressed in rags, his name was...

It makes everyone feel part of the creation

It makes everyone feel part of the creation

I’m sharing with Ale a very important part of my life: India. Something that I could do with few people. Most of the people who come here for few weeks have the same point of view: dirty, polluted end so on. When a person that I knew came to India for ten days, when...

Balcans: frustrations before our departure

Balcans: frustrations before our departure

The most discouraging aspect in planning this trip is being confronted by pessimists, those who will never throw themselves in a journey like this without the reassuring approval of people around them. The idea of a trip by camper van across the Balkans in winter time...

A Journey in Sardinia

A Journey in Sardinia

How does a journey begin? It begins by studying a map. A map of little towns, back roads, lakes, rivers and localities:all their names tell a story. Every Journey begins with papers, with our mind that imagines the unfamiliar places, how to get there , the people...