Dear Reader, there are more cities in Europe that deserve your attention aside from the typical already too-beaten capitals and fancy sparkling towns. So, in an effort of continuing our off the beaten path philosophy, forget for a moment about Paris, London, Rome and Madrid and let’s move […]
Dear Reader, One can never generalise about cultures and countries in general. Least of all those countries with such diversities as Mexico. Mexico is BIG and ethnically very diverse. Migrants from distant lands and the already existing indigenous communities inhabit this country. In fact, the second article of the […]
Dear Reader, if you enjoy my adventures and follow my blog, it is probably because you and I share the same travel style. We don’t behave like common “tourists” but rather like “travellers” who walk a lot and enjoy a place like locals do. For this post I’m […]
Assassin is a Persian word?
Dear Reader, There are experiences in life which are just wonderful and unique and expressing them with words is not enough 🙂 It all happened on a weekend… We went diving in a secret location. We were told that the conditions were not ideal, meaning visibility was poor, […]
Photos taken by Stanito’s Team in Chile, Stefano Ferrari.
Dear Reader, These were some school girls shopping at the Bazaar of Esfahan (or Isfahan), one of the oldest and largest bazaars in the Middle-East. P.S.: I bought the most beautiful rings, bracelets and necklaces!
… Paradise is a Persian word? Dear Reader, Paradise is Persian. An old Persian word that comes from an Old Iranian *pardis- “walled enclosure”. By around the sixth century though, Persians started to associate the idea of Paradise with cooling and refreshing gardens due to the obvious high summer […]
Dear Reader, this is one of the many beautiful representation of old Persia you see in Iran. This one was hanging on a wall of a lovely restaurant in Yazd.
Dear Reader, one of the things that I found amusing in Iran is that almost all the signs of shops, hotels, bars, restaurants, are super lit up with neon-lit signs. Traditional towns such as Yazd become incredibly cheerful at night time…