The Americas

one day in Williamsburg, Virginia
one day in Williamsburg, Virginia

Discovering Colonial Williamsburg

My biggest joy while traveling across the States, beyond experiencing a dude ranch daily life, was visiting Williamsburg, Virginia, also known as Colonial Williamsburg. Williamsburg was the capital city of Virginia during the American Revolution. Today is the world’s largest history museum-town, offering its visitors a stunning and touching full […]

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Tango in Buenos Aires

Tango and Buenos Aires, a passionate love story

Saying Buenos Aires, you say tango, and when you think tango, you picture it in the streets of Buenos Aires… Often, when we think about this combination, we imagine elegant couples dancing with pure, perfect movements and professional musicians. Still, tango was born in the port’s brothels near la Boca. In these colorful tin houses where […]

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Visiting New York? Here's a 5 points short guide

Visiting New York: 5 useful info

Visiting New York is never the same; it makes me feel good and full of energy, and even after the 39th stay in town, I haven’t had enough of it. Actually, every time the idea of moving there grows stronger… this city never sleeps and makes me feel alive. I have never written […]

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The ultimate guide to a solo trip to Peru

The trip to Peru was probably my best solo trip. The country is spectacular and diverse, people made me feel at home stage after stage and encounters with other travelers have turned into lasting friendships. Seven unforgettable weeks in a puff. The trip to Peru have greatly enriched me and which I want to […]

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Iguazú e nuvole...

Iguazú waterfalls and clouds…

Clouds of steam raised along kilometers by the power of the falls, clouds wrapping everything and making you feel suspended. Clouds of colorful butterflies. Clouds of flowers. Clouds of light and bright colors reflected on the water. Clouds made of emotions. Silvia, at 12 years old… Iguazú waterfalls and the […]

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Punta del Este

Punta del Este, the pearl of Uruguay

I know; it sounds like a peculiar mental association. Still, Punta del Este is where I spent most of my Christmas holidays until the beginning of my university exam session in January became a priority. In Punta del Este, there is my grandmother’s beach house, and in winter, I used […]

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