Schools make strong bounds. In 2012 our master class counted a small group of students, so I met Alessandro quite easily. He is from Tuscany and apparently we then followed a very similar path. We both attended a master in … Continue reading Buongiorno San Paolo: Italians Living Abroad Making Great Podcasts!
A couple of months ago, on 15min, I read an article about this Italian guy making a 170km path standing on his paddle board, following the course of River Neris, from Vilnius to Kaunas. Lithuanian media covered widely Andrea’s adventures … Continue reading Italian Forrest Gump Paddling Across Lithuania
Those days are special to me. I happened to become the Godfather of my best friend’s son, to be composing an anthem for a newly created local football team (still ongoing) and to shoot a documentary with some dear friends. … Continue reading A Couple of Things About Having Holidays in Gaeta
There is a time of the year when everyone should take time to evaluate what has passed and see (or foresee) what is to come. Most of the people assume that any moment, during summer holidays, could possibly fit best … Continue reading 3 Books and Why to Read Them This Summer
Christmas has passed, New Year is just there. Lithuania is for me a land for experimenting new things and this blog is part of it. I often noticed that the Italian guy is usually the one who cooks and personally … Continue reading Three Italian Recipes I Cook When I Don’t Know What to Cook
While preparing a post regarding my reading list for the past year and some other experiments going on, I thought it could have been nice to post some pics I have taken during our last trip in London. We spent … Continue reading London, Greenwich