In La Marche, wine embodies the spirit of life while homemade meals remain at its heart.
Balsamic Vinegar and Parmigiano Reggiano of Modena, Italy
Modena is the city that Italians think about when they think about food.
Italian Road Trip: How to Eat Your Way Through Calabria
Living in a country or city with excellent public transport, it can be easy to forget that some places just aren’t do-able without a car. Italy has a decent national rail system but, practically speaking, it only really connects the major urban centers. The places we wanted to explore were typically provincial, off the beaten…
Dramatic Vagobond Travel Video
Here’s a fun video I put together that hits some of the video I shot on my travels during 2009-2012 in Serbia, South Korea, England, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Turkey, Egypt, and a whole bunch of other places – I wasn’t real sure what to do with these so I proudly present to you –…
Arriving in Rome – Scaring the Indians
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but you can certainly see some of it in 24 hours if you don’t have more time. A cheap flight from Fes, Morocco with no frills, uncomfortable carrier Ryan Air got me to Rome’s Ciampino Airport from Fes Sais Airport with an ultra cheap fair of about $60 including the taxes. Not bad for a transcontinental flight.
My Welcome to the Blogville House in Bologna, Italy
I was fortunate to get a detailed introduction to not only the house and the organizers of Blogville, Bologna , but also to some of the delicious products and treats.