ViaRhenana: Day 1-3

We were a couple of weeks into lockdown when one of my oldest friends sent me a picture with the note “Do you remember this hike?” I looked at the photo and smiled. It was taken on our hike through the Dolomites three years ago. I answered saying that I was thinking about another long-distance […]

Day Trip to Ostia

I knew if I ever returned to Rome, I wanted to visit Ostia Antica. Four years after my first visit, I was on a small train to Ostia. Ostia is a huge archeological site about 20 km southwest of Rome and is known for it’s beautiful frescoes, mosaics and the general amazing preservation of the […]

Quiet Rome

I’ve been a bit on the fence about posting pictures from my trip to Rome at the beginning of February. But then I decided Rome isn’t called the Eternal City for no reason. Rome, or actually Italy for that matter, is suffering during this lockdown but I am confident it will bounce back. Just like […]

A Taste of Winter

For the fourth time in a row, a group of my colleagues and I headed to the mountains for a weekend of frolicking in the snow. I had been looking forward to this weekend for quite some time since this year’s winter was extremely mild, and I hadn’t seen any snow since last winter. It […]