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 Luang Prabang, in Laos, is one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in Southern Asia. It has amazing temples, a nice architecture and a couple of interesting markets that make the city a place you just can’t miss. Mekong river goes along the edge of the city as an inseparable companion and it […]

The humble farmer

July 25, 2018

In the last months, I met people who have really inspired me. People who believe strongly in what they are doing and who are extremely motivated. When I visited Dung in a small village in Quang Binh province in Vietnam, I could confirm that when somebody really wants to do something and strongly believe in […]

Once upon on time, a soldier called Phuoc had fought in the Vietnam war for many years before coming back to his home village in Bo Teach district, Vietnam in 1980. The economic situation after the American-Vietnam conflict was challenging and he was forced to work as a logger for some years. However, deforestation became […]

This is the last post about Myanmar. You have probably enjoyed the portraits and the landscapes. Now it’s time to explore some of the traditions and scenes of day to day life in this amazing country. Let’s continue the journey! (Click on the picture to enlarge) Sports and games in Myanmar Chinlone or Caneball is also called […]

On this post, I want to share with you some of the most amazing landscapes I saw in Myanmar. Let’s walk across rice fields close to Kalaw, make a tour in the Inle Lake, take a balloon in Bagan, climb hills in Mrauk U and enjoy some beautiful spots in Yangon, Sittwe, Hpa-An, Kaladan river […]

This is the first post in a series of articles about Myanmar. As a picture is worth a thousand words, I will focus on images that speak for themselves, each one including a short footnote. I hope they are strong enough to present different topics. The first topic is about Myanmar people. I took these […]

Kokkoya Organics

April 15, 2018

I could not leave Yangon without meeting Caitlin, an Australian who launched an organic farm in September 2017. I met Caitlin and her team in January 2018 in a quiet neighborhood of Yangon and the project (called Kokkoya Organics) looked really nice. (Images from Kokkoya’s farm in Yangon) After spending 2 years teaching permaculture and […]

Bill Murray once said: “They say elephant never forgets. What they don’t tell us is, you never forget an elephant”. It’s true. You never forget an elephant, this is why I respect this amazing animal so much. When you are close to one of them you realise the importance of taking care of them. You […]

On January 1st, 2018 I met Ei Shwe, just a few hours after landing in Yangon. Ei is the founder and executive director of Mirror Alliance. This initiative is a community-based tourism project that aims to provide alternative income to the inhabitants of Myinmahti (Kalaw Township, Southern Shan State in Myanmar). She is also promoting […]

In Myanmar, I visited several projects linked to organic agriculture. I was glad to see that there are many initiatives on this topic and people are really engaged in promoting it across the country. I believe Myanmar is in a very good position to avoid some of the mistakes that other countries in South-East Asia […]

Pa-Auk Monastery

January 28, 2018

I arrived late to the Buddhist Monastery Pa-Auk, so late that I didn’t see anybody. So I decided to find a nice spot on the pavement and install my sleeping bag. Dawn’s first lights were not present yet when I a soft hand woke me up inviting me to move to a different spot on […]

Sri Lanka

January 13, 2018

From Mumbai, I went to Colombo to spend 1 month in a country that I have always linked to tea and elephants. However, I couldn’t meet any of them until the end of my trip in the island. My first stop was an Eco-resort called Ruuk Village in the north of the island close to […]


December 1, 2017

Mumbai is a captivating city with a mix of cultures, religions, smells, tastes and landscapes. A huge mosaic that has something different to offer you as soon as you get out from the hotel. Below you can find a short description of the places I visited and some tips. As soon as I arrived at […]

The olive tree

November 15, 2017

The Palestinians, especially those who live in the north of the Western Bank, have a blood brother, an inseparable brother. This brother has sap instead of blood and he grasps to his land as the Palestines do. His trunk and branches design unlimited shapes. Lovers tangling in the night, Cathedrals of multiple styles and sizes, […]

My mission in Palestine

November 10, 2017

From the first time I talked to Layth, I knew we will get on. Layth is working at the CORE (THE CANAAN CENTER FOR ORGANIC RESEARCH & EXTENSION). The CORE is an organisation that stands for improving the livelihoods of small-scale Palestinian farmers, artisan producers and their communities by promoting ecological and organic farming. Layth […]

Khan al Ahmar

October 27, 2017

The Bedouins are part of the Palestinian society and in many cases, they are the first to be affected by the Israeli settlements.  Most of them are nomad, therefore, they need large spaces to move and herd the cattle looking for food. When I was visiting Bethlehem I met Ann who is involved in several […]


October 14, 2017

TERRA is an oasis in the Luxembourgish landscape. A place of engaged individuals who take care of the soil and nature while producing organic food for more than 200 families. I’ve really enjoyed the atmosphere at this unique place as well as the workshops and the conversations over there in the last years. I especially […]

Farewell party

October 6, 2017

It’s not easy to say goodbye to the people who have been your family for the last years. Few days before taking my first flight I organized a party with my friends. It was a great evening with nice food, some glasses of wine and a lot of smiles! I love you guys! Thank you […]


August 31, 2017

At the beginning of the summer 2017 I got an invitation from my friend Chris to join him in Switzerland some weeks later. He was planning to go to Odro, in the Verzasca valley (South of Switzerland at 1240 meter above sea level) to help a friend. His friend Tobias together with his girlfriend Franziska […]