Long time no see. I am sorry for not keeping You up to date, but I had a little vacation at home and time just flies faster than I can write.
A little catch up will come soon, but in this post I would like to share some more funny pics I have taken on my trips. The last part of this series was made of pictures taken in England, so this time I would show you some other part of Europe.
Let’s make the first stop in Italy- one of my favorite places to travel to. I have been to Italy 3 times and without an exception, I have seen some weird stuff EVERY SINGLE TIME.
*Some of the pictures are taken with a phone (from “no camera period”) so quality might be not so good.
The first pictures is taken in Milan.
Someone has really made an effort. I think it looks good.
This one is taken from Genova at the same trip.
I have no idea how this kind of marketing should work, but…. I don’t think it is sending the right message. But what do I know, right!
I do have to say that Venice fascinates me. For me it is just so weird to think that you order yourself a boat for a ride, or you can literally fall in the water when missing a step on a street.
I guess this is not very drunk-people friendly. so let’s learn how to swim, before visiting Venice, okay?!
THE symbol of Italy- motorbikes. You think that they are exaggerating in movies with the rollers.
Yeah, they are not. You can see on the backround some more bikes. They are in rows of 7 and literally parked so full that I cannot imagine getting one out right from the middle.
The next one is taken on my hiking trip through the Alps. In one of my favorite cities Verona.
The thing was moving…. Is that not a bit too weird to be meant for kids? Okay, just me then.
I absolutely love the vibe of Verona but what is that?
I understand the whole thing with romance and stuff…. but a love letter on a plaster?! A bit too much.
And last but not least- Livigno.
Amazing place for doing sports and setting your goals up high. The greed of people is real. Always wanting a bigger one.
That is it for today. I hope you enjoyed at least one of them because I had a lot of fun taking them. As this is dedicated to Italy let’s end it with an Italian note as well. I guess there is only one song to end this with. For good old times and people spending some amazing time in Sicily with me years ago! Buongiorno!