Who is Stanito?

Stanito is a girl with a life built on adventures who decided to create a space where she could tell the world about the amazing travel discoveries she endures every year!

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Through this blog you will learn about traveling to misunderstood places, countries that you never hear or read about, dwellings where superstitions play a key role, mythological spots where amazing things allegedly happened, mysterious regions and the discovery of great gems 🙂

She writes and displays her photographs 2 times a week and occasionally she is advertised on magazines, newspapers, travel websites and radio stations.


Born in 1983, Stana Ferrari is an Italian-Chilean travel writer who began traveling as a little child mainly in Latin America and Europe and flew for the first time alone across the Atlantic at the age of 5. Even though very young, she had tremendous fun on an airplane alone.

She has always been exposed to different cultures given her mixed background and her family relatives spread a bit all over the world.
Since she was a kid she has been interested in those countries and places that sounded mysterious, strange and hidden, their culture, history and traditions. This is how her passion for dictatorships and unrecognised countries started.

She now lives in Mexico where every week end along with Chris the Travel Buddy explores the off beaten paths of this wonderful country…

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Stanito and Chris The Travel Buddy

… and spends time planning future sporty adventures!

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You can find Stanito on different flavours, colours, dimensions and platforms:

On Instagram!

On Facebook!

On Twitter!

On Flipboard!

On Pinterest!

Stanito’s Staff

Contact:
stana.ferrari@gmail.com

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© Stana Ferrari and ‘Travel With Stanito’, 2018.
Unauthorised use and/or duplication of this blog material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Blog excerpts, photos and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Stana Ferrari and ‘Travel With Stanito’ with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

39 comments

  1. Thank you!! I am admiring your blog as well and I love the the pics of Buenos Aires, city that is very dear to me. I have a book coming out in the next few months titled ” Ho Visto la Pioggia Danzare a Benos Aires” ( I Have Seen the Rainy Dancing in Buenos Aires).

  2. So you’re a writer? Awesome, good luck with your coming book. What is it about?
    Buenos Aires is a lovely city, fond of it.

    1. I have 2 books coming out this year: 1 is a book of poetry (yes, believe it or no, poetry is still published) and the second is a history of Churches (communities and photos) in Chicago. Churches are the beacon of light in many communities. They offer so many social services that sustain the life of many and therefore it is important to preserve it and keep it alive. Of any faith traditions and beliefs. I am using the architecture as a mirror of the changing society. It is a great project and I am having fun in working on it. Thanks!

      1. Speaking of Church, Pope, and all characters related, I would love to read your book about Churches in Chicago, please do tell me the name so I can find it 🙂 !

        1. Thank you! It will be out in late spring or early summer. The title is “Catholic Chicago”. With photo and stories about the changing of this great american city over the years seen through the Churches.
          Arcadia Publishing
          E’ un gesto gentile, che mi tocca. Grazie!

        2. Grazie mille cara amica! Il libro e’: Catholic Chicago published by Arcadia ed uscira’ a fine primavera, inizio estate. E’ un libro di Storie e foto sul cambiamento sociale (immigrazione e rivoluzione urbana) di Chicago visto attraverso l’architettura delle Chiese Cattoliche e delle l

  3. Stana, Estupendo blog. I liked the pictures, and especially, the descriptions of the restaurants in various cities. What a great idea you had to set this up. I shared in my FB page. Un abrazo,

  4. “Lady, you had my curiosity, but now you have my attention.” I seriously want to see what you can do with this blog… 😀

    1. Thank you Nothoot 🙂 although from someone with as much curiosity and attention, I would have expected a little more than a line taken from Django ^^. Stay tuned!

  5. If you look for special packed or processed food, go for a tour to Castroni. There are several shops, one in via nazionale, in front of the museo delle esposizioni!

  6. Cute bio… 🙂 Only naps with ‘closed curtains’…Hehehe Guess you don’t like to be spied on when you sleep.

    As for the Coriander, you can find some in the Vittorio market… But now I have a magical place in the neighborhood a lot more convenient, in fact I just got coriander just NOW! A very cute place in Testaccio, Emporio delle Spezie, you can get all the spices you can think of there, beautiful little shop with a nice lady that sells things n it is cheap. You can get fresh lemongrass as well. I usually try to keep such places a secret cuz I am selfish but I understand your plight so here for you the website, where you can get info. From the website alone you can tell what a divine shop it is though it is tiny… 🙂

    http://www.emporiodellespezie.com/

    PS – You know you can easily grow coriander using the round coriander seeds used for Indian food.

  7. My name is Catherine, I am helping out marketing agency to find bloggers suitable for their travel campaigns, and your blog http://stanito.com/ looks like a perfect fit for what they’re looking for.

    Do you think you could be interested in receiving offers about advertisement on your website?Please email me, so we could discuss the details. Thank you

  8. It’s a marvellous page. The best I have seen so far and I have seen quite a few in last week. 🙂
    Very entertaining. You are a fun loving person with a wide array of interests and a great sense of humor. 🙂

    I look forward to read more on your blog.

    Cheers 🙂

    Anand

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