Travel. Connect. ExperienceImpressions from places and people around the Earth
Hi! I’m Annalisa, a full time researcher of uplifting places and communities.
I was born and bred in Roma, Italy but I feel at home in many places in the world. I travel to ground myself and heal myself.
My favorite arts are photography, writing, listening. In this blog I share my impressions and intuition about the people and places I experience.
This is all to inspire you. Enjoy
“This world is but a canvas to our imagination.”
Henri David Thoreau
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“If you can’t live longer, live deeper.”
I specialise in planning trips to my home country, Italy.
My favourite areas and the ones I know like the back of my
I also love planning tours that explore the beautiful island of Sicily.
I specialise in creating tours that combine wandering cities filled with arts and culture with relaxing in nature.
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“Watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places”
The pull towards distant places has been with me forever, sometimes in the background, but sometimes it was overflowing. I studied foreign languages because I knew one day I would fly away. My heart was waiting for me in Asia, ever since I had met Buddhism through a book about Tibet on my auntie’s bookshelf.
In 2011, after trying different jobs in Italy and graduating from university, I moved to China. The transfer was a leap into the unknown, but I was more than happy to leave a place that was offering me so many disappointments.
As I’ve walked through the alleys of Bracciano’s historical center almost every day during the last year, I was always astounded by how little this town is on the travelers’ radar, for both local and foreign visitors. One of the defensive towers stands there, at the...
Aug 16, 2019 Rome 3 This is a self-guided walking tour of Monti, Rome. Even if you don’t have much time to spend in Rome, try and set aside a few hours for exploring the Monti district. The name “Monti” points to the geological formation of the area, which is spread...
4 Aug, 2019 Rome Comments:2 What do you expect if you decide to travel to Rome in winter? Mostly, an Italian holiday is paired with warm, sunny days and gelato, but there are so many advantages to spending the coldest days of the year in Rome. The prime consideration...
19 Jul, 2019 Rome Comments:2 In this article, I’ll give you a bird’s eye view on where to stay in Rome, Italy. Before making up your mind about what is the best area to stay in when visiting Rome, consider that the historical center is crowded, noisy, and congested in...
28 Jun, 2019RomeComments:0Even if the climate has been a bit unpredictable in the last few years, the summer in Rome keeps delighting locals and travelers with many long and sunny days. So often the weather becomes unbearably hot that you don’t want to be anywhere...
24 Jun, 2019AsiaComments:4If you're experiencing sleeping problems, feeling tired and demotivated in the morning, and loss of appetite, you might be missing southeast Asia, and in particular, Southeast Asian food. No jokes here! Many travelers choose to spend months...