Tuscany – a Visual Poem
A recap of my time in Tuscany and what it meant to leave.
On the Streets of Florence #4
About one year in Italy and struggling to make it home.
Chasing Home (Video from Florence)
About traveling restlessly in search of belonging.
On the Streets of Florence #3
About restless souls and why I love it too much to come home just yet.
On the Streets of Florence #2
About an unusual encounter and a lesson to listen to the friends we don’t know yet.
On the Streets of Florence #1
About moving to a new country and being in the right place at the right time.
The Most Important Thing When Travelling Solo or Moving Abroad
Hands-on tips on how to make friends when travelling solo or moving abroad.
My Travels in 2017
Maybe my past trips could inspire your future trips?
Video: Exploring Verona Like a Local
Have you ever looked beyond the tale of Romeo of Juliet? Watch this video for local inside tips on Verona.
Video: Active Holiday at Lake Garda
Going to Lake Garda? If you like to spice up your holiday with a little bit of adventure, check out this video and get inspired to go canyoning, mountain biking, hiking and more.
How Not to Kill Each Other on a 16 Hour Road Trip
Ever been stuck in a car with someone for 16 hours? Here’s your survival guide.
Summer in the Dolomites
In pictures: the stunning views around the Cinque Torri in the Dolomites.
Tips For an Active Holiday at the Italian Riviera
Tired of the lazy all-inclusive beach holiday? Here’s 7 tips for an exciting holiday at the Italian Riviera.
What To Do In Milan, Italy
My tips for a short trip to Milan.
Roofs of Venice
In Venice our eyes are drawn to the canals, the fascinating Gondolas and the narrow, winding streets. But let’s not forget to look up, as well. Here’s a small collection of the Venetian roofs.
Finding A Culture That Fits
Sometimes, you can find a culture that simply fits, even though it’s not actually yours. Here’s the story of how I found a home away from home.
Useful when Traveling with Food Allergies: Foodcards
As a lactose-intolerant traveller, I found the concept of the Foodcards quite interesting. Here’s what I found out while testing them on my travels.
The Village By The River
Borghetto lies on both sides of the river Mincio, connected by a wooden bridge that is decorated with flowers
About 3400 inhabitants, no phone connection and no internet
Just Romeo and Juliet?