(click here to read the first part of the story) After leaving San Ignacio, we planned to spend 3 days in Guatemala. Crossing the border is nothing complicated, although I noticed that the security personnel is more relaxed and easy going on the Belizean side of the border. In Guatemala, things get a bit heavier: more bureaucracy, […]Read more "Maya Adventures /2 – Flores and Tikal"
In February 2017 we travelled to Belize and Guatemala, and we had the opportunity to explore several Mayan sites. This post and the following will cover the explorations we made, and a few information on the uniquely beautiful places we visited in that journey. First of all: where is Belize? Right there. See that green little […]Read more "Maya Adventures /1 – Xunantunich and Caracol"
Moving to a new country can certainly be a very strong life experience. No matter how much I was travelling before, and all the knowledge and experience I had accumulated on intercultural learning, culture shock and stuff like that, the fact of actually moving to Prague, Czech Republic in 2015 still hit me like a truckload […]Read more "10 things I wish someone told me before I moved to Prague"
Here is a short photo-reportage of a trip I made in May 2016. I had the opportunity to attend SALTO’s Tool Fair (an Italian-Israeli conference on non formal education), which was a great experience, and I joined it with two days of sightseeing on my own. It has been an intense journey, rich of encounters, reflection and stories. […]Read more "Dead Sea – Jerusalem – Ramallah"
In the summer 2014, before joining a great volunteering programme (Insight by the Irish NGO Development Perspectives, which I described here), me and Bara spent two fantastic weeks exploring the north of Tanzania. The country is so beautiful and rich that the hardest part is to choose what to see! The Kilimanjaro, the fantastic natural […]Read more "Safari to Serengeti and Ngorongoro, Tanzania"
When you travel through Asia you realise one thing: Asia is a big place. And full of people. What happens when a place is crowded, even for Asian standards? You have Bangkok (with its 16 million people) and its weekend-only Chatuchak Market. Also called JJ Market (a translitteration from Chatu-Chak), it is the biggest marketplace in […]Read more "Chatuchak Market – Bangkok"
This is a short summary of what happened in the summer 2014, when I went to Tanzania to take part to “Insight”, a fantastic project organised by the Irish friends at Development Perspectives with Uvikiuta in Tanzania. Insight is a year-long learning programme on Global Education that takes part in Ireland and Tanzania. It involves students (no real […]Read more "Insight 2014 – Tanzania"