A story tells more than a thousand photos.
You might disagree, but when years pass a written story or a journal are more meaningful to relate to an experience – yours or others’ – than a photo album that was never sorted, showing places or people that you nobody recalls.
Recently I stopped taking photos and started “creating” full pictures of my surroundings when having a new and exciting experience. Sometimes this inspired me to write a fictional story, because literature is a beautiful means of travelling and infiltrating too.
Here you will find some samples that may inspire you, or make you laugh, or enable your innate procrastination.
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A local taste of Barcelona
If Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world, Barcelona is up there (sometimes to the desperationRead more.
A stroll in Bosnia
Bosnia was the first ex-Yugoslavian country that I explored thoroughly, although not the first one I visited. Bosnia strikes meRead more.
A wetsuit at 36000ft: a successful experiment
To (wet)suit or not to (wet)suit. On dry land, that is. Or even weirder, at 36000ft. Planning diving holidays inRead more.
Air Fairness – On airplane personal space
Air travel has opened frontiers and enables us to… … BLAH BLAH BLAH! Yeah it’s all very cool and everything.Read more.
Alluminati is a comedy/thriller based in Crete. This is the Synopsis of the coming book, entirely published on the site.Read more.
Alluminati: DAY 1
The mystery has just started to unfold. It is DAY 1 of the investigation, and backtracking the events leading toRead more.
This is where the story begins. A crocrodile, a child, an overfeeding Greek grandmother. And a floating head, the firstRead more.
Buying scuba gear when NOTHING fits
One of the many questions that pop to one’s mind when starting scuba diving – and obsessing over it –Read more.
Diving Against Debris in Gili Air
For a non-diver, scuba diving might look like… “some fancy activity for bored people to feel something while wearing expensiveRead more.
Diving in Vanua Levu (Fiji)
Vanua Levu is not the beat track of scuba diving - but it has a great deal to offer! HereRead more.
When someone asked us "what is a guest post and why do you threaten guests with tales of mysterious tortureRead more.
In tempi come questi…
… la fuga è l’unico mezzo per mantenersi vivi e continuare a sognare. In times like these, it seems indeed, escapingRead more.
Infiltrating a Revolution: 1-Oct-2017
After the atrocities seen in Catalonia on the 1st of October 2017, most democrats and human rights advocates are burningRead more.
Light Packing for Scuba Diving Trips
If you are an avid traveller and also an obsessed diver, you will need to find a compromise with yourselfRead more.
Mama Mon – A Home in Don Det, Laos
Back in 2011 I wrote this little article about my stay in Don Det, Laos, which I posted in BackpackersRead more.
PADI Divemaster – eLearning theory experience
Having a full time job is not the optimal way of doing your Divemaster course. Even if you have generousRead more.
Paris as a local: an interactive map
After so many years in Paris, I cannot count the times I have been asked for recommendations about the city.Read more.
Religious rituals for the convinced atheist
For the convinced atheist it may become painfully awkward to be involved in a religious ritual. It is not aRead more.
Scuba diving calendar around the world
Scuba diving and travelling, two passions that couldn’t marry better. With so many amazing diving destinations that are TO DIVERead more.
The creepy, the stunning and the ordinary – a taste of Balinese wildlife
Bali Dogs Balinese dogs are this cute strange breed of husky-like mongrels with short legs – kinda like an Akita/ChowRead more.