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.
21 Gen, 2020 Italy Comments:20 Here is my bit about the most interesting things to do in Padua, Italy. The city of Padua is one of the most underrated places in Italy. Most foreign travelers approach Padua as a diversion on the way to Venice, or as a stopover when...
9 Gen, 2020 Italy Comments:1 In recent years, the thermal district of Saturnia in Tuscany, Italy, has become the target of intense international tourism, as has Tuscany in general. It’s not so common to witness such a delicate view of natural pools of bright...
3 Gen, 2020Italy|RomeComments:5If you asked me whether it is possible to visit Tuscany from Rome on a day trip, I would say yes, without hesitation. And just in case you are wondering if the trip is worth the commute, the answer is positive as well. Tuscany borders...
20 Dic, 2019Expat LifeComments:4The only reason why I haven’t been traveling as I used to is because I wasn’t able to find a long-term pet sitter for my cat in my close community. If you don’t have pets yourself, this may sound odd, but it’s actually pretty normal....
11 Dic, 2019Expat LifeComments:6Have you been looking for opportunities to work in exchange of free accommodation while you’re traveling the world? Does the thought of volunteering abroad make you all excited? Here are some testimonials by travelers who made this...
9 Dic, 2019 Italy|Rome Comments:12 Among the off the beaten path attractions marking the countryside outside Rome are a copious number of thermal baths and hot springs. Some are well-known and have developed into spas and resorts, while others consist of sets of pools...