Sustainable Action Nepal: la nostra storia

    Ciao a tutti! Da luglio sono in Nepal con il mio compagno Marty per filmare un breve documentario  sulla ripresa del Nepal dopo il terremoto del 2015 attraverso modelli sostenibili. Il nostro centro principale sarà l'istituto di permacultura Hasera  dove sono stati attuati i principi della permacultura - tutela per la terra, per le persone e condivisione delle risorse - per aiutare … Continue reading Sustainable Action Nepal: la nostra storia

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Daintree Rainforest

One of my last day in the Daintree Rainforest! I feel so much joy running around that place and breathing the fresh air! Thank you Martin Stringer Film & Photography for the beautiful pic! When was the last time that you run on the beach? I would love to know about your experience too! ******** … Continue reading Daintree Rainforest

Dreaming of Bhaktapur

  Wandering in the streets of Bhaktapur, you realize this village just outside Kathmandu, is frozen in a forgotten time. People have a different spirit compared to some other busy areas in the capital. Along the streets, carpets of wheat paint the squares like gold. Typical handicrafts cover the small shops where you can find … Continue reading Dreaming of Bhaktapur

Lumbini, Siddhartanagar

Crossing the boarder between India and Nepal, I decided to visit the birthplace of Buddha first. The Terai is a crosscultural area where India and Nepal traditions merges to create an incredible atmosphere. Although the site of the birthplace itself is made of just a stone housed in a shrine, there is much more to … Continue reading Lumbini, Siddhartanagar

Pokhara Lake City

    Pokhara was a very chilling and fascinating place to stay. It is the reign of extreme sports. I tried paragliding indeed and I was flying high with condors all around. A sensation of ultimate freedom. I witnessed there two main Nepali festivals - Dashain, the longest festival ever which includes the Nepali New Year, and … Continue reading Pokhara Lake City

Orchha Medieval India

India in the Middleage, castles scattered around a town which still has the same old charming fashion. Orchha is almost unknown to the big audience going to India but deserves a lot more. People are incredibly nice and open. I lived with Mukesh's family for almost a week and it was hard to say goodbye. … Continue reading Orchha Medieval India

Old New Delhi

I was really impressed by Delhi. I was lucky to discover the capital with a good friend from there. New Delhi is incredibly clean and green. It was a pleasure to take the underground, no crowd, very cheap, fast and the cleanest one in the world (I took the underground in Tokyo, New York, Rome, … Continue reading Old New Delhi