Time to fight climate change!

COP23 ended on Friday Novembre 17th. Following me on Facebook you may have seen I’ve been posting some articles written during the time spent in Bonn attending it. However, probably many don’t even know what COP is, or if they’ve heard about it in the news, may have ignored it. So, here is a quick…

Hometown: Trento

For three years I’ve been living in this town, Trento. I was actually born here, but grew up in a tiny village in the middle of nowhere. I’ve always thought that I would have never ended up studying so close to home, but this city actually hosts the best Italian law school, so I could…

#8marzoalmuseo

So today is March 8th, Women’s Day. And I don’t say it because I’m a woman, but we should celebrate somehow. We should celebrate what we achieved and what we can achieve. And we should always look towards what we still can achieve. I firmly believe in women, because I’ve met amazingly strong women in…

V I E N N A with Martina

I’ve worked hard on it, but I’ve made it, and, yeah, I’m kinda proud of it! I’ve made my first vlog ever about my trip to Vienna three weeks ago. But I’ll come to that later. Well, as you may already know, about three weeks ago my friend Martina (who hereinafter will be referred to…

Naschmarkt – Vienna

Have been desaparecida from this blog for over a month but, well, with good reasons. I have slaved myself on books, while even finding the time to work a little bit in Copenaghen and Costa Rica. I however found time to post some of my photos on Instagram and Facebook and you can follow all…

The magic of Christmas markets

Last winter I had the opportunity to visit some Christmas market in Great Britain: Edinburgh, Manchester, Leeds. Edinburgh and Manchester were great, and also very big, but they were pretty German: all the sellers, the handmade products, the food were from German-speaking countries. There were almost no made in England/Scotland stuff. That was kind of…

Chaotic, colourful and dreamful: Marrakech

So on Saturday 19th I came back home after two weeks in Marrakech. My first time in Africa! And my actual first time traveling for what I’m actually studying! So I didn’t feel guilty of missing two weeks of classes, because, hey, what a better excuse than being at a United Nations Conference?! So I’ve…

Sometimes you just go back

If this is not the first time you read my blog, you’d probably know I started writing here while studying for one year in England. I unfortunately left on June 22nd and although I didn’t get to go back in September, my friends did, or at least the ones who didn’t graduate yet. So when…

Just a quick reminder of how beautiful my country is!

Sometimes I don’t choose to travel, travels choose me. So I’ve decided to tell you more about an adventure I had this summer. And the only people I’ve to thank for it are my parents. It was mid-July when I finally came back to Italy after finishing my university year in England and working around…

How it hurts to say NO to traveling

As I said in my first post in this blog, I consider myself totally addicted to traveling. I can’t stop myself from booking a ticket, packing a suitcase and having that sensation of feeling both lost and excited at the same time. So when my friend Sunniva offered me to escape from the cold winter…

My Oktoberfest adventure

One week ago I could delete something from my to-do list. Exactly one week ago, in fact, I was in Munich, Germany, for the OKTOBERFEST!! It has always been a dream for me to go there, as for young people here where I live finally going to the Oktoberfest could actually be considered as a…

5 years after my exchange year

This week I’m posting only on Thursday because it’s a special post, and it took me some time to prepare. Today is the fifth anniversary of my departure from Italy to the United States for my exchange year. That will always be probably the best year of my life, and the experience that changed everything….