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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