School’s almost over

Finally. I made it. 

In a little more than a week school will be out here in Italy and I’ll finally get some rest. I’m so tired after these months of sstudy. I still have some tests to take, but it ain’t much.

 I’m really looking forward to the trip I’m gonna take with a classmate of mine to Germany in late June, and I can’t wait to meet again my Italian peers coming back from Canada in July. It’s gonna be awesome. I’ll definitely blog about my summer trips. 

But this is not all. I sometimes don’t think too much about it, but I’ll go to the BEACH. I don’t really care about it because it’s so obvious to me, I live on the seaside so it’s something I see everyday, and I’m feeling so lucky about this. 

This is pretty much it at this point, let’s see what summer has got for me.


Montgenevre: in the heart of the Alps

A couple weekends ago I went snowboarding with some friends on the Alps, in Montgenevre, it was fun despite the snow conditions which were awful (nevermind ahah). Hope y’all enjoy the pictures!



10 Places I really want to visit

Travelling is something that I wish I’ll be able to do constantly in my life. The world it’s here to be explored. I’m really fortunate because I’ve already been abroad a bunch of times since I was a little kid because my parents love to travel and they always brought me along.

These are 10 places I would go to instantly if I could and that I will surely visit one day or another:

  1. Iceland: I’m truly fascinated by his two faces: it’s a land of ice and fire.
  2. Nepal: The Himalaya always had a particular influence on me, I mean, it’s the goddamn Earth’s roof for fuck’s sake.
  3. Brasil: I used to have relatives in South America, and I always wanted to pay a visit, but never had a chance to.
  4. Chile: A land of deserts, mountains, shores and waves. I can’t ask for more.
  5. Alaska: Have you ever seen “Into The Wild” by Sean Penn? Yes? Then you know what I’m talking about.
  6. Australia: I almost moved over there in 2008 because of my dad’s job, then the crisis came in so all went to hell. I have to go.
  7. South Africa: Penguins. Sharks. Surf. Nelson Mandela. The Springboks. Do you need more?
  8. Netherlands: I always wanted to visit Amsterdam, that’s why.
  9. Japan: I just want to go there, looks LIT
  10. Russia: I don’t actually give a damn about Russia itself, but I really want to take the Transiberian railway from Moscow to Vladivostok, I saw it on Discovery Channel something like a thousand times.

3 Reasons why I love Vancouver

When I first landed at YVR Airport I had no idea of the city outside and the start I had wasn’t one of the best. My first host family in fact lived in an area that I didn’t really like and my host brother was quite a pain in the ass.

But, thanks to time and my host change, I started to hang out and discover the amazing city of Vancouver.


Here it’s what I found lovely about it:

  1. IT’S SO GREEN : Van is full of parks and gardens, each one better than the other.
  2. ITS TRANSIT IS LIT : the SkyTrain is just awesome, it brings you everywhere in seconds, and it’s always on time, guaranteed.
  3. DOWNTOWN IS AWESOME : although it’s not that big, Van’s downtown is a jewel, full of shops, venues, restaurants and pubs.

But Vancouver is not only about downtown: it’s neighbourhoods are lovely too. It’s not rare to find unadvertised gardens and small parks, little discoveries every day. Van has got a surprise for you everyday, and that’s what I loved the most.