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The Wanderlust Syndrome

Ever heard about the Wanderlust Syndrome? It’s a strong impulse to self-development through experiencing the unknown, facing unforeseen challenges, understanding different cultures, lifestyles and behaviors. Wanderlust syndrome is much more than just wanting to go on vacation, though. We all have that. It’s more that desire that comes from a “need” to go beyond our comfort … Continue reading The Wanderlust Syndrome

3 days in the Trulli region

In this post-Covid pandemic period, you will enjoy your private and exclusive holiday, away from crowds with your partner, your family or your friends. A Corner of paradise in the Trulli Apulian region A few kilometers from Locorotondo and Alberobello, Incanto d’Itria Resort is a unique and suggestive location. It’s a corner of paradise surrounded … Continue reading 3 days in the Trulli region

Haiku Stairs

Stairway to Heaven – the most magical place on Earth CHAPTER 1 – OCTOBER 2017 We arrived in front of the main gate. Closed! Bolts and padlocks. Peremptory prohibition messages: ‘Private property. Government property. Don’t cross. Violators will be punished according to the law.’ Disappointed, we couldn’t understand. CHAPTER 2 A gentleman in his seventies … Continue reading Haiku Stairs

Aurora Igloo

A solitary glass igloo in the middle of the lake Think about this: A solitary place in the middle of a frozen lake during the Lappish winter, plus 21 degrees celsius inside that let you stay lazy in your glass igloo, minus 26 degrees celsius outside, a spectacular view from your bed of the wild … Continue reading Aurora Igloo

Vintage Algarve Coast

An iconic road trip on a vw t2 Campervan The VW T2 Camper is an iconic symbol of carefree rolling freedom. It has been dragging artists, surfers, family and adventurers since 1950. When you attempt to drive it, it’s always intrepid, so you have to relax, slow down and take your time.Then, your holiday’s starting … Continue reading Vintage Algarve Coast

Spitzkoppe – The best Namibian night

Forget lush forests rife with birds songs…if you are a climber, a rock hound or a star gazer, Spitzkoppe is your Eden. The Spitzkoppe is often referred to as “the Matterhorn of Namibia” which means “pointed dome“. It is a group of bald granite peaks or inselbergs located between Usakos and Swakopmund in the Namib desert. The granite is more than 120 million years old … Continue reading Spitzkoppe – The best Namibian night

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