Month: December 2016

The things you discover

“Sometimes you just need a break up from routine.” This is the kind of statement we are used to hear all time, but never really practiced it. Until one day, one time, you’re sitting on an airplane about to go on a two-hour trip to your weekend destination and you think about all your first world problems and how in the end, nothing of that matters because you’re loved, you’re healthy and most of all, you’re so incredibly lucky to be exactly where you are. Alive. Life is not perfect and we should, all together, appreciate it a little more every time we step outside our doors. Without further ado, Merry Christmas everyone and have an excellent New Years Eve. Bring it on 2017.

A 360 Video Experience

Due to privacy reasons I couldn’t compel a 360 Video showreel but still, I figured out I could walk through Munich and show you some of my favorite parts of the city center. Enjoy this experience by looking around in this video. P.S. – I will get a new monopod to correct the extra “bumpiness” of future videos. Also, never mind the useless subtitles.

Mystique Prague

My first time exploring Eastern Europe was in the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic: Prague. “The City of a Hundred Spires” lives up to its hype. Only now I understand why so many people are fascinated with such an historical place. Within its Gothic architecture and peculiar sights, Prague can be considered the dreamy European city fairy tale. Even I, born and raised in Europe wasn’t expecting to be so taken with this city. The medieval historical presence can be felt in every corner and also, obviously the presence of Communist influence. Between all the unique things you can see and visit, there’s also time to meet the people (in my case I did couchsurfing) and to try to understand the Czech language itself. It’s a challenge for every foreigner and I had a lot of fun trying to pronounce some basic words. I was blown away by how mysterious, urbanistic and fascinating Prague can be. Absolutely delightful. I would go back again for sure, but this time with friends to discover new magical …

“Before the Flood”, a documentary warning

Spoiler: this is not a movie review. This is an urgent message to stop questioning if global warming is a problem or not. This is real. It’s happening. It’s our main issue. It’s the reason why we don’t know our future. It’s a main concern. It’s not a lie. That’s why it’s essential to watch this documentary. To be aware of the damage, to know the tipping point of our earth balance and also all the possible solutions that we must share with our community and let that influence reach politicians, ambassadors and the responsible’s who decide how we consume energy and goods. There has never been a bigger problem in our lives. To know more about how you can get involved please visit: https://www.beforetheflood.com/act/ Save Save