I have only missed 4 flights in my entire life. One of them had been a gift. I was 22 and had a free ticket to Tokyo on my hand (why British Airlines gave me such a reward will make for another story, but it all happened a year before while returning from Indonesia). So… Continue reading Morocco
Writing about a trip to Japan ain't no easy thing; there's too much to say about the land of the rising sun. I've found it easier to start off with Miyajima aka One night in Miyajima aka 11 views of the floating Torii. Miyajima is a tiny island in the Setonaikai, Japan's inland sea, belonging… Continue reading Miyajima
Last winter was a special one. We've learned La Niña events come with some outstanding surfing for us living on the western side of the Mediterranean sea, and boy we wait for that! Here you'll find the original text i wrote for a feature at Surfer Mag among other media. Kepa, Sergi and myself went… Continue reading La Niña
There has always been some Italian influence within my family since my grandmother was born in Pola, a small village near Venice in the Ferrara province. I was raised to Lucio Dalla's greatest hits, i can still see my father driving to the tunes of La casa in riva al mare like it was yesterday.… Continue reading La Tonnara
I don't really happen to enjoy summers at the coast, mainly the central part of them, because it's heavily packed with a million human beings. I like to hide from June 'til September away from noisy beachgoers. This year we went westward, way inland, to the famous Ribera del Duero region in central Spain, known… Continue reading Ribera del Duero
It's 2017 and i'm starting a blog, again? why? what for? Well, many moons ago i started a personal Blog, before social media was even real, as an outlet for my photography, thoughts and wanderings. Then the world started spinning faster and we now consume content just like we do with fast food, you get… Continue reading Blog?