Remote working in Tenerife

Over a year later from my last post. Many things changed, of course. This time last year I was in Italy and the country was coming out from the lockdown. Bars were reopening, life was getting back to a “new normal”. International travel was still mostly banned. Football was restarting behind closed doors. And I was still in my hometown,…

One month in

Today marks one month since I got back to Italy. One month of this weird, unwanted social experiment. In truth I was in quarantine also in Brazil for the last 3 weeks, but it didn’t feel the same. This is the real shit. I know a month inside is less than most of you have already done. I’m still the fresh…

Why did I leave?

“Why did you get back to Italy?”That’s the most frequent question I got in the past days. In my previous post I wrote that I was enjoying my quarantine in Brazil and that Italy was just an escape route. Who follows me on Instagram could see that things were going pretty well and I had no intention to leave soon.…

Quarantine in Brazil

Back to writing…last time I wrote I was quarantined at my parent’s house in Italy for another virus. Well this time I’m writing still from quarantine, but in a totally different scenario. I’m in Pipa, a small beach town 90km south of Natal, North-East of Brazil. I came here 2 weeks ago with the intent of keeping travelling in the…

Back to freelancing

I’m back writing on my blog as I’m leaving a full-time job again going back to freelancing only… I mean, the real reason? I’ve got a very acute form tonsillitis which forced me stuck at home all Easter week. But anyway, my life is really about to change again. I’m back writing on my blog as I’m leaving a full-time…

Lonely lonely, I go full-time

As we all know freelancing has pros and cons. The pros are: – freedom – higher hourly rate (so ideally working less and earning more) – the chance to continuously meet new people and extend your network – to work on different projects in various fields – to be your own boss The cons are: – insecurity – often you…

Back from the trip

I’m back, all as planned. I’m extremely sad that these seven months are over, but at the same time I’m happy. I’m happy if I think about all the memories, all the people I’ve met and all the smiles I’ve seen. Yes, how many smiles have seen in the past months? Probably more than in the rest of my entire…

Last stop: Philippines

Less than a month left. I see the end of my trip and that isn’t cool, not cool at all. Few days ago to be fair, after a terrible food poisoning in Laos I was kind of ready to get back home. I felt that I was not living the experiences in the same way as I did in the…

Time to sell the bike

Today is the day. After 5650km, uncountable experiences and daily mechanic visits. I sold my bike. There was no other way. I burned it. I would have liked to ride to Laos with it, but after having overused it in my last section of the trip it’s just became unusable. As soon I stopped accelerating it would switch off –…

Việt Nam vô địch!!

“Việt Nam vô địch! Việt Nam vô địch!!”. That’s one of the only few things I learned in Vietnamese, it stands for “Vietnam Champion!” I had no idea that Vietnamese cared so much about football. Although, I think they didn’t even know themselves. In the past days Vietnam reached the final stages of the U23 Asian Cup and the entire…
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