The carnaval of Den Bosch, Netherlands

Monday, February 26, 2018

The Carnaval of Den Bosch (s'-Hertogenbosch), together with the carnival of Maastricht, is for sure one of the most exciting carnivals in the Netherlands. As in any carnivals, get ready to experience a feast where there are no rules, except one: enjoy the party with your closer people!

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Hoensbroek castle, the Netherlands

Saturday, January 13, 2018

If you are travelling throughout one of the cities of the Meuse-Rhine region and you are into castles,  Hoensbroek Castle (Kasteel Hoensbroek) is for sure one of the destinations you cannot miss. However, this landmark is so precious you should visit it anyway.

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3 days in Prague: the itineray and travel guide

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Here you come to the final trip report of the 3 days in Prague. If you have a 4th day time, you can actually use one day to explore a different part of the city. Prague for me was one the best and most beautiful cities I have ever seen and this is really a must-see destination that at some point of your life you must definitely know: this is a city that leaves you breathless.

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Things to do in 3 days in Sao Paulo, Brazil: the ultimate travel guide

Monday, August 28, 2017

Despite the fact that I went there for work more times and I could not visit it properly in one shot, here I decided to make a summary of the things to do in 3 days in Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

First of all I must say I have never seen such huge city: it is the largest city of Brazil and of the Southern emisphere since the metropolitan area counts around 23 million of people. It is also the richest and most cosmopolitan center of the country.

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Support the hill tribes of Northern Thailand with Lanna Coffee

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Some months ago I was contacted by Lanna Coffee Co., a US based company that produces coffee and chocolate, that offered me a partnership. Normally I get different proposals of cooperation, but often I reject them. 

What pushed me to accept this partnership is that the company works under a foundation (Lanna Foundation) that cooperates with another no-profit organization called Tribal Development Program (ITDP).Together they support projects aimed to alleviate/end poverty in hill tribes in Nothern Thailand.

After some weeks I got the gift package with coffee and chocolate.
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