I like to share with you some pictures I took in these past few days. Fortunately the weather in Italy is very good in these days, the sky is as blue as can be, the sun shines and warms up pleasantly and strolling around is one of those simple pleasures I always underestimated.
Based on the most recent research by WTO - United Nations specialized agency for tourism, 100% of global destinations have travel restrictions in place at the present date, most of which are COVID-19-related and enforced since at least the past four weeks and, as of 20 April, so far no destination has lifted them:
Beside meat, Australia can offer quite a lot of good recipes for desserts, cakes and biscuits. The Anzac are eggless sweet biscuits associated to the ANZAC day (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) that celebrates the participation of the Australian army to the campaign of Gallipoli, in Turkey, during world war 1
as a tour leader and city guide I happened to be asked some very funny questions by my dear guests, some of which were understandable, being both of us from different geographic area while others surprised me and made me difficult to refrain from laughing out loud. Here is a short list of the funniest ever.
In 1949 the city of Venice hosted an impressive exhibition about the late Renaissant painter Giovanni Bellini. To honour such a big personality the owner of the famous Harry’s Bar of Venice named Giuseppe Cipriani, created a new cocktail aiming at reproducing the sweet pastel shades of the painter’s palette.
Don't let the lockdown discourage you from traveling. Although there will be some restrictions and limitation in the near future, this current crisis won't last forever.
One of the masterpieces of Mother Nature is the Okavango Delta, in northern Botswana. Few places on earth can give you the same understanding of the power nature, the long work performed by geology and the sense of quiet, peace and relax, that this place can offer to visitors.