Back to London: first impressions

Want a life update you didn’t ask for? There you are. So I now I’m 100% back to London, having come initially for three days in August to look for flats. It’s my first time in The Big Smoke since over a year. And, having started as a London blogger, I’ve got an opinion about … More Back to London: first impressions

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My Quick Guide To Naples

Now that I’m far away from Italy’s beautiful, boiling summer, the timing seems perfect for a little nostalgia. This blog post is my very own guide to Naples, to help you find something to do, eat and drink in this gorgeous city over a quick weekend break. Street Art When I travel with my parents, … More My Quick Guide To Naples

Sardinian Nightlife: Costa Smeralda, Clubs and Street Food Festivals

When I’m home, I’m generally boring AF. I don’t go out much, and when I do I follow my friends to whichever bar is popular at the moment. I’m not a huge clubber and, to me, Sardinia doesn’t mean ‘party’… more like ‘sleep on the beach, eat like a pig and tan’. Still, this year … More Sardinian Nightlife: Costa Smeralda, Clubs and Street Food Festivals

10 Books to read on your Italian summer holiday

Something happens to me while on holiday in my country. I’ve been lucky enough to relax on beaches and by pools in the United States, Australia, Bali, Singapore… but nothing is quite like lying on a beach in my homeland of Sardinia, Italy. Here, the vibe (and the fact that my mother hardly lets me … More 10 Books to read on your Italian summer holiday

Golfo di Orosei: playing tourist in my homeland

I couchsurfed and travelled across the world, from London to the USA, from Australia to Asia, but sometimes nothing feels so great as being home. Especially if your homeland looks like the island of Sardinia. Here are a few shots of some of the most beautiful areas in Southern Italy. Golfo Di Orosei The Orosei … More Golfo di Orosei: playing tourist in my homeland

A year in Australia: Expectations vs. Reality

So here I am, back home in Sardinia for the summer before heading to London for a PhD in Criminology. My year in Australia has been wonderful, unexpected, challenging. Still, I went there with a bunch of expectations that… well… were not very realistic. Because I want to prepare you, here’s my expectation vs. reality … More A year in Australia: Expectations vs. Reality

My Way Too Pretty Stay at Fivelements Bali

In which I am blessed by fire like the Mother of Dragons I am but I really just get pampered, eat a bunch of Insta-worthy healthy meals and get an even Insta-worthier flower bath at Fivelements Bali. About half an hour away from the bustling, exquisitely chaotic and characteristic Ubud, Fivelements is a healing spa … More My Way Too Pretty Stay at Fivelements Bali