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The next morning we drive through the ancient Spice Route in order to reach the Wadi Rum Desert, which is a UNESCO protected area and the access is permitted only if accompanied by authorized personnel. The desert is also famous for the being the background of Lawrence of Arabia. On the way to the camp, […]

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Few courageous ones decide to go for another healing swim in the Dead Sea and soon after a huge breakfast, we are ready to move towards our next destination. Anas has already prepared the bikes and once we put the luggage in the car, we start pedaling in the direction of the Red Sea. We soon […]

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My friend Piero calls me up as he want to talk to me about an idea that has been whirling in his head for some time now: a trip starting from the Dead Sea to the Red Sea, biking along the ancient King’s Path. That very same evening I start looking for some info on the […]

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Curiosity is the discovery’s engine. And what a surprise to discover that Palermo has so much to offer even underground! A flyer saying “Palermo upside-down” caught my attention while walking down the streets. “Tale’” I tell myself, a form of protest about the way this city has been kept.. (‘Tale’ is a typical Palermo expression used […]

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I moved to New York in November of 1997. I hade been here one month prior for a total of three days as the Company I was working for wanted to make sure the City and I liked each other! Imagine that! It was love at first sight!! It wasn’t difficult anyway to fall in love with […]

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My father was one of the founding members and president for many years of the PRO LOCO in my town. PRO LOCO are organizations that seek to promote a particular place, keeping the traditions alive and operating in all different fields such cultural, social, tourist and/or sport events. Since I was a child I therefore attend […]

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If there were a fairy-tale that took place inn Sardinia, Castelardo would probably be the ideal place for stories about kings and queens, princes and princesses….and some frogs too! The princess, locked up in the Doria’s castle, on top of the hill overlooking the town down below where the villagers live, has a gorgeous view […]

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Frigiliana is perched on the Andalusia Mountains, the sea visible from afar and the white houses of the town that get mixed up with the clouds. The air is frisky because of the mistral that has been blowing undeterred for a couple of days now, but after few minutes of walk up and down the steep […]

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I’m trying to figure out what this place looked like in the past. The small harbor is charming, it almost reminds me of Poltu Quatu in Sardinia: a small cove with green waters and the boats anchored along the dock, waiting for the next voyage. If it weren’t for a small restaurant with few outdoor tables, […]

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In my imagination her name was Giulia, like the song that kept playing tirelessly, like the car that brought her to me but that also took her away from me every evening. Needless to say, I fell in love in such a way like only a teenager can do. I kept staring at her, after […]

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