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Way to Santiago #4: Molinaseca
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Way to Santiago #4: Molinaseca

luglio 22nd, 2018 | by Ambra Rosetti
A quote which I’m very keen on and that I like to use in this kind of situations states something like this: “You’ll have to put a lot of effort during your climb, but remember that once you’ll get...
Way to Santiago #3: Are you pilgrims?
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Way to Santiago #3: Are you pilgrims?

luglio 13th, 2018 | by Ambra Rosetti
One of the things that mostly scare those who decide to leave for Santiago is feeling like you don’t belong there, not knowing how to act or the fact that you don’t know if you’ll manage to live this...
Nevermind, let’s go to London.
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Nevermind, let’s go to London.

luglio 4th, 2018 | by Ambra Rosetti
Where have I been? Well, actually, in a very few places. This year I decided to sacrifice the chance to see a new city in order to go back “home”. I like to call London that way. That’s the city I’m going to talk...
Way to Santiago #1: The “Direction” of travel
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Way to Santiago #1: The “Direction” of travel

maggio 24th, 2018 | by Ambra Rosetti
There are travels with a precise destination, that start with a specific aim; other travels do not have a destination, but they have an aim, and this is the main reason for leaving. Nothing more than this. Then, there are...
IJF18 Day #1: Perugia’s Lessons
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IJF18 Day #1: Perugia’s Lessons

aprile 25th, 2018 | by Ambra Rosetti
Original italian version by Antonio Emmanuello The best way to leave is to take a train. To be fair, I didn’t tecnically lost it. It was it, actually, the one that got lost. Who knows where, who knows when. Thanks to the...
In contatto con il mondo e per il mondo
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In contatto con il mondo e per il mondo

marzo 16th, 2017 | by Lisa Martini
“Wonderlust” è la malattia di tutti coloro che amano viaggiare e non riescono a rimanere fermi nello stesso luogo. Al giorno d’oggi la tecnologia ci offre grandi possibilità di vedere posti lontani, probabilmente mai...