Rajasthan had always been theater of lots of battles for defending the land from invasions; Incoming empires that dominated this land(Huns, Rajput, Moghul) contributed to form the actual region and to form its cultural and artistic heritage. After the last invasion from the British Empire, India called for its Indipendence that arrived on 1947 under the guide of […]Read more "RAJASTHAN : THE LAND OF THE KINGS"
During the last trip I did with friends in Indochina, we had the opportunity to get in contact with local people. There are two experiences I would like to share. The first was in Cambodia. We took a tour along the river Tonle Sap. Fortunately our group was big enough to fill the boat, so […]Read more "OFF THE CITIES"
Calling this part of the world with just one word sounds like you can visit it in just 20 days, like a usual holyday, but that’s not. I spent 24 days travelling through Cambodia Vietnam Laos, and then end up in Bangkok and now I feel I still have a lot to see. However I […]Read more "MEMORIES FROM INDOCHINA"
It doesn’t need so many words to explain how you feel when you first see Paris. It seems to have a walk in the past; old cathedrals, typical neighborhoods, monuments, that seem stuck to the past. Paris is huge, you can walk very long distances thinking that something is close, but it’s not. In fact […]Read more "A weekend in Paris"
The first impression when i got to Perù was : ” wow, this is crazy ! “. The population got used to old traditions and to old ways to do things, such like street markets, religious celebrations, or small societies that still live on floating islands. Catholic religion, brought by the Spanish, melts with old […]Read more "Few days in Perù – People and landscapes of a new world"