Author: campodegelo

Things money can’t buy

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I may sound crazy but I have to say that I feel uncomfortable with the service of more refined hotels or restaurants. I think it’s all false, driven in most cases by money and half-hearted smiles. Since my childhood I have learned at home that I should help with household chores. To put take the…

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Couchsurfing Family

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Couchsurfing, a platform that promotes accommodation in the most diverse places in the world for free, right? No! It is much more than that. After discovering the surroundings of Lake Constance with my friend Francesco Serpa, it was time to go to Switzerland, one of the most expensive countries in the world. Again with a sign…

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GREAT again

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Life is full of brilliant minds, coincidences and inspirations. After visiting my sister, it was time to leave Karlsruhe (Germany) to a city located by the Lake Constance, or Bodensee in German. The third biggest lake of Europe has its borders on the German, Swiss and Austrian sides. The rules of hitchhiking normally don’t fail…

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Dog days are over

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I’ve made my decision. Next life I want to be a dog, but not a simple one, more like a pampered dog. Staying around wagging my tail, begging for food, drawing attention, being told off here and there, but having a life of stewardship and perks. All I have to do is sleep, eat and…

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PRETTY BUT ABANDONED

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Art.  The conscious use of the imagination in the production of objects intended to be contemplated, as in the arrangement of forms, sounds, or words. It can be performed everywhere. It should be performed everywhere. Art can be seen even in the mixture of German words, that better define this place. Kinderkrankenhaus, or simply an…

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GAME OF THRONES

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The hype is so big around it that I cannot deny anymore. Every trip I face the same battles and challenges to get to the throne and triumph. The winter is always coming and the storm is inside myself. The white walkers are destroying the walls of my stomach, and every land has its own…

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PING PONG SHOW

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Thailand has many faces. By far the most attractive to me is the human one, full of smiles and great people. Some may enjoy better the paradisiac beaches with crystal and clear water, and white sand. Why not mentioning the food, a mixture of ingredients, going from coconut to peanuts, curries, or different noodles. However,…

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Positivity Always

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Once upon a time there was a person with an adventurous spirit, who wanted to know the whole world, but he had no company for it. His life was full of denials and few partnerships to travel. Until the beautiful day he decided he should not depend on others to fulfill his dreams, and set…

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The World is a Book

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The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. Wait a minute, will you start with cliches right here? I thought you were a little different from those stupid bloggers who just want your “likes” and banal fame. Calm down! Chill! People travel to get away from the routine,…

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama

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Giving continuation to the Indian saga, I left Amritsar, and also my friends there. The destination? McLeod Ganj, a suburb of Dharamsala, located in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. Home of of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Surrounded by mountains, waterfalls and a peaceful atmosphere, I decided to take this journey alone, and by…

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