Hey guys, Here's my latest song encapsulating our time in Italy. I wrote it after a great evening spent listening to a string quartet in the cliff-top town of Ravello. The song was inspired by the Italians' ability to let go and focus on the positive/beautiful things in life, despite all the craziness around us. The [...]
Pictured above: hiking into the village of Vernazza. Leaving Tuscany, we needed one more taste of the Italian coast before bidding it a final farewell. Cinque Terre was a mystical place I’d read about, but had never had a chance to visit. While I understood there were five villages (in the abstract) I knew nothing [...]
Tuscany seemed like a great way to escape the Amalfi tourists, see a new landscape, and of course continue our wine and pasta tour. G spent time in Tuscany while studying abroad in Siena, so he reluctantly agreed to play tour guide yet again. We decided on Montepulciano, a medieval hillside town at with its own “Vino Nobile” region within Tuscany (more on that later).
If there was ever a place to begin mastering the art of nonchalance, the Amalfi Coast would be it. We arrived in Naples via a 6AM flight from Prague, immediately hopping on the tourist bus to Sorrento. Out the window, the azure colored waves crashing into the rocky cliffs jutting out of the ocean, cypress trees [...]