Dili Milli Vanilli October 26th 2016 Over the years I got pretty much used to traveling. In fact, when I landed in Kuala Lumpur last week and the flight attendant mistakenly said "welcome to Indonesia" it did not seem strange to me. I could as well have been there. "The world is just a town", we say in Italy.
Nonetheless, there are moments in my life when a little existential anxiety and feelings of displacement still come up. Dil ... read more
Asia » East Timor » Dili The Portuguese began to trade with the island of Timor in the early 16th century and colonized it in mid-century. Skirmishing with the Dutch in the region eventually resulted in an 1859 treaty in which Portugal ceded the western portion of the island... ... read more
☠ Short story long ☠
I have a PhD in tourism and I want to use this platform to share my experiences of traveling and living in different countries - but also to discuss concepts, issues and philosophical dilemmas that travelers face.
I guess I am a sort of existentialist. Addicted to travel, philosophy, philosophy of travel and travel philosophy. Yes, these are all the same things.
Spent lots of years living and traveling in Asia. If you like salsa-music, there is a big chance we wouldn't be friends.
I also like Italian and Vietnamese coffee. Most other types of coffee should b... full info