“They Call me Grillo. As a kid, I’ve always been told that one day I would be a lawyer”.
This Travel Blog is dedicated to all those who are planning their dreams, those who have not yet found the courage to leave but keep wondering about what would happen, and to those who already left.
“They Call me Grillo. As a kid, I’ve always been told that one day
I would be a lawyer”.
This Travel Blog is dedicated to all those who are planning their dreams, those who have not yet found
the courage to leave but keep wondering about what would happen, and to those who already left.
Living The Dream
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Travel Tips & Stories:
Elze Lambrecht, how to create your own business, traveling A solo traveler who started working remotely rather than doing casual jobs
A solo traveler who started working remotely rather than doing casual jobs.
A surf metaphore about waiting for the right one.
“Salt water cures everything” what exactly does that mean?
David Ingiosi: Traveling with my feet, with my head and… with a pen! An interview with a professional interviewer
An interview with a professional interviewer
The Fundamental Travel Gear for any kind of situation. Useful travel items I suggest after more than 12 years of traveling. With a MacGyver cameo.
How a Condom saved me from being arrested at the Airport You got to be geared up for when Life is going to test you while Traveling
I think it makes sense to dedicate one of the first articles of this travel Blog to the very first misadventure of my trip to Australia, for which I scheduled
Spanking and the art of teaching Kitesurfing A fun episode of my Kitesurf Instructor career. An erotic book. And tips to buy your Kitesurf harness.
A fun episode of my Kitesurf Instructor career. An erotic book. And tips to buy your Kitesurf harness.
Opinions on Bali. My impressions after dreaming of it for years.
An anecdote about a discussion about "size", and an introduction to Surf on giant waves. Even in the Surf the size counts…
Jumping lesson A Kitesurf "jumping" lesson without wind and some techniques about how to jump in Kitesurfing.
A fun story about a Kitesurf “jumping” lesson without wind,with music from the House of Pain. And some tecniques about how to jump in kitesurfing.
Stating that “traveling increases your perspectives” sounds cliché, It’s more interesting rather to tell you how this process work.
Belated season greetings and new years resolutions for 2020.
Off to Porto Tonight!
Semi-serious Tips for buying Your Kitesurf Harness online
Working in exchange for accommodation, my experience in Australia.
What you'll find on this Travel Blog:
I opened my first travel blog in 2006, to keep my friends updated about my Erasmus studies in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The blog was hosted on Splinder.com, an early italian blogging platform. I continued to blog until 2009, when I was traveling Australia on a “Working Holiday” visa.
Back to Italy in 2010, a series of unfortunate events prevent me from traveling for more than two years, and consequently I put my travel blog on a pause.
In 2012 Splinder closed down before I knew it, and I lost almost everything I had written so far.
Having a new travel blog where to publish my travel tips and stories is something that I kept postponing for several years. Until I went back to work in the digital field full time (an old passion of mine). “Leave! The Dream” was born, my brand new “Surf Travel Blog”, where to post about my former and current travels.
On “Leave! The Dream” you will find:
- Travel Stories and funny misadventures of mine while traveling around the world.
- Useful travel tips & travel hacks
- Country cards for the destinations I have visited.
- The travel quotes that motivated me most to to travel “full time”.
- “Living the dream”: a section of interviews with savvy travelers who live their dream day by
- Tips about how to learn Kitesurfing, and funny anecdotes of my career as a Kite and Surf I
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