Wembley to Camden Town

I like walking. A lot. When I've visited my friend's new working studio in Wembley, I had a look on his window and I've seen Grand Union Canal, just a few steps from his window. It didn't take too much time to give myself a new challenge: to walk by the canal from his studio to Camden Town. I did a bit of research: It's a 10 miles journey, about 3 hours. Challenge accepted, I say to myself. Just a few minutes later I've started walking by the canal, from east to east, starting with Wembley area, then Park Royal, Kensal Town and so on. I didn't regret a second the decision I've made. It's one of the most non-touristic route you can choose if you get to London and that's the main reason I really like it. You can discover London in layers: from industrial part, residential, green … Read More


To the airport

I like flying. I like flying so much that I felt stuck in time, during this pandemic.  I couldn’t fly for more than one year and things got a bit weird in my head. Maybe because I’ve been used to flying almost monthly. I had even more than 15 flight segments in one month. It’s like an addiction. I needed a Pandemic to realise that I’m addicted to fly, to move countries, to travel. Anywhere. Now, after more than a year of staying on the ground, trapped, I fly again. The sky sent me an amazing gift for being so patient: one of the most beautiful view over the Alps.



I think the best way to start a new trip is by lowering down your expectations. This is how I did before flying to Morocco. It's good, healthy. The post title is Morocco, but I actually had the chance to visit Marrakech only, so I don't know how accurate this content will be. It's 20th of January. My first day in Marrakech. I sit down by the pool. The sun is rising towards the middle of the sky. There's around 16 degrees Celsius outside and I still can't believe that yesterday I was freezing in London. I order breakfast, coffee and orange juice. All of them are delicious. After a few more hours of laziness I decide to start exploring the city. I go straight to Medina, the busiest part of the city. When I say busy, I say people walking, cyclists, cars, donkeys, craftsmen, butcher… Read More


Just cruising

My first cruise ship experience was as a photographer on Costa Magica. It wasn't easy. A lot of work, not much to learn and selling the photos was a huge pain in the ass. I got out quickly and I said to myself that, at some point, I'll get back on cruise ship as a passenger. That's what happened this time. I embarked on Royal Caribbean's Jewel of the Seas. The itinerary was perfect: Puerto Rico, St. Croix, St. Maarten, Martinique, Barbados, Grenada, and back to Puerto Rico. I had the chance to experience most of the Caribbean in just a week. Of course, I couldn't go into details, but it was enough for a first timer. The ship, service, events were simply amazing. 5 stars for the staff. I know how hard it is to work on a cruise ship, so I give them a bonus star. Until now, I thoug… Read More


Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is one of the biggest cruises hub on the world. That was the main reason why I'm here, right now. I'm staying a few nights here, before my departure to a 7 nights Cruise to the Caribbean. Puerto Rico, a Caribbean island and unincorporated U.S. territory is a nice mixture between north and south, between the new modern world and the old colonial heritage. Castillo San Felipe del Morro is one of my favourites places in Puerto Rico. Situated in San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, the fortress is was finished in time to help protect Puerto Rico when the British attacked in 1797. Since then, is one of the most important icons on the island. Playa Ocean Park is also a nice place to visit for a few hours. the beach is long and wide and very accessible from the city. For… Read More


A few days in Mexico

This picture has been taken on a beach in Tulum. After my visit in Mexico, Tulum became my favourite place for sunbathing, so far. Of course, Tulum is just a tiny dot on the Mexican map. Mexico is huge, with a lot of places to visit. I had the chance to get to Cancun, Chichen Itza and a random Cenote, but I can't wait to get back to see the rest. Se you soon, Mexico.


Just a new city

Some see some houses, some see fun, some see opportunities, some see money, some see peace, some see career, others see family. In fact, it is just a new city. Aalborg is small city in Denmark, an ancient city where Viking ships once sailed past on the Limfjord. Aalborg has evolved to a vibrant cultural hotspot with a spectacular waterfront of iconic architectural buildings. How I got to visit Aalborg? Well, Life is simple, no? That's why It wasn't too hard to just book the cheapest flight I found flying from London. That was Aalborg. Enjoy traveling, even if you don't tick the main cities!