Creative wandering is liberation; life along the roads of art is freedom. Journey into French creativity? Starting Paris, through Grenoble we will arrive until Cabbeé beach, in Roquebrune Cap Martin. We will listen Jacques Brel’s songs, admiring Paul Gauguin’s paintings at the Musée d’Orsay. On the road, we will stop into Monestier-de-Clermont’s little village, knowing Stendhal’s mountains and Moncler’s jackets. …Read More »
TRAVEL IDEAS FOR ITALY – Romagna, Tuscany and Piedmont: between wild horses, red wines and foulards.
Where creative spells are born. Italian travel ideas? Territory and nature, eating and drinking, as well as culture, art and history, can influence your tourist destinations. You could try a day in the Novacella Abbey http://www.italia.it/it/media/video/una-giornata-a-novacella.html, or try our special “author’s journey” through places and names that have made the history of Italian creativity: Vittorio Accornero de Testa, Guccio Gucci …Read More »
MOVING IN THE COUNTRY OF DIVERSITY – Philippines: an “author’s journey” by Paco up to Maribojoc, along with three special friends.
Peaceful country, that will make you feel at home. Spanish Franciscan missionaries founded the town as early as 1580. Paco was known as Dilao (the color yellow), because of the Amaryllis plants that here were once plentiful. During time, Paco was incorporated as one of the eleven municipal districts of the new city of Manila. A Sikh Temple is located …Read More »
NOT TO ESCAPE LIFE, BUT FOR LIFE NOT TO ESCAPE US – Listen to what they three say, while travel from Da Nang until Hanoi.
The world is a book; those who do not travel read only one page. Traditional Handicraft Village? The itinerary will take you to visit Dong Ho Painting Village (to discover its ancient art form of wood block printing) and two of Vietnam’s finest pagodas. If you wish to escape from the hustle, this full-day trip is an ideal choice. https://eleganthanoi.com/hanoi-trip-dau-thap-pagodas-dong-ho-painting-village/ …Read More »
Revolutionaries reflections in western horizons. Returned to China, he became the principal of the National Beijing Fine Art School, and in Hangzhou founded, the now called the China Academy of Art. Japanese soldiers destroyed many of his early works during the Sino-Japanese War. None only, many of his later works was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, when he destroyed his …Read More »
AS RICE, WRAPPED IN ALGAE – Aauthor’s Journey in Korea: from Songeong beach at Kaesong, meet creative people, watching herons.
Korea, like a gem cannot polished without friction. From Korean eateries to chic bistros serving up European cuisine, its food scene has dramatically evolved in recent years. Today there is a restaurant to satisfy just about every craving. Located near Songjeong Beach, Songjeong Jip is a Korean restaurant that places an emphasis on fresh, homemade dishes. The menu features kalguksu …Read More »
A FROG IN A WELL, NEVER KNOWS THE VAST OCEAN – Utada Hikaru, Kuroda Seiki and Naoshi Koriyama: creative Japan eggs in a travel basket.
Fighting loneliness, between coral walls, to discover Japanese creativity. In each village, a distinct identity still manages to mix in with standard Japanese. It takes about 4 to 5 hours to reach Kikajima http://kic-update.com/en/travel/kikaijima/ you can take a flight from Haneda Airport to Kagoshima, and then transfer onto a local plane to Kikai Airport. About 1,300 kilometers from Tokyo, in …Read More »
WHERE PEOPLE PRESERVE, NEVER DESTROY – Travel New South Wales: the more you know, the less you need (Australian Aboriginal saying).
Where spirituality is an oneness with all that lives and breathes, does not live or breathe. Created with the intention of producing a farm providing a means for the local community to live self sustainably. The station, founded in June 1888, it is ituated in Yorta Yorta country, on the Murray River (New South Wales, near the Victorian town of …Read More »
JOURNEY OVER THE CANAL – Great Britain, listening to the Motörhead inside a 19th century hunting lodge.
When the beauty of the places induces creativity. The memory of your holiday “beyond the Canal” will last a long time, even by listening to some pieces of music by a famous British singer-songwriter. From Edinburgh to the Lake District, via Stoke-on-Trent, before getting to know South Kensington, Hastings and West Dean House. This is our “journey of authorship” in …Read More »
THE CREATIVE WELLSPRING, LURKING AROUND EVERY CORNER – Travel New York City, surrounded by something special.
One cannot see New York as it is, but rather as it is felt. For any age and every body. From the moment you walk through the door, here you can find a staff to support you. They are located in 267 Pacific Street, the historic “brownstone Brooklyn.” The “Bar Method New York City – Cobble Hill” is a boutique …Read More »