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Armando Costantino

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Meteora, Greece: Historic Yet Naturally Beautiful

By on December 4, 2013

Meteora, Greece is one of the most unusual spiritual havens you can find. 6 monasteries perched on sandstone overlook the town of Kalampaka/Kalambaka. 4 of the 6 are still…

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The Salt Flats in Trapani, Sicily

By on December 4, 2013

The beautiful salt flat near Trapani, which we discovered in spring 2013, when we were visiting Sicily. The traditional methods of salt mining still continue today. The Museo del…

Van Life

A Day In the Life Of Our Westy, Mork

By on October 15, 2013

One of the main things that people are most curious about isn’t Armando’s street art or my writing, but the fact that we live in a van.
I think we’ve…

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Digital Nomads Never Give Up, We Just Keep On Truckin’

By on July 11, 2013

I think that lately I’ve had a couple of lessons that I’ll keep for life instructions: don’t leave anything, even an empty bag in the car (or in our…

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He Said, She Said: An Appreciation for Gardening

By on May 4, 2013

Here are our two versions of the same experience:

He Said Gardening: Not Only Digital
In this journey there always something that takes your interest. And it’s not only digital.

Passing many…

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Mama Etna’s In a Mood, We Found a Paradise

By on April 13, 2013

At the moment, I’m wearing ‘essence of (pardon me, kids) pissed off Etna. We stayed in a seaside town last night, took an early morning stroll through- and I’m…

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I’m Not Italian; I’m Sicilian

By on April 6, 2013

We’ve finally arrived in Sicily, or I can say my ‘homeland.’ My dad was born here, as was my granddad and many other components of my family from my…

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Election Day, Italian Styles

By on February 26, 2013

Coming back to Italy, in Puglia exactly- maybe coming back to a part of my own country- I started to rediscover politics just a week before the Italian election…

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In the Mood for Food?

By on December 9, 2012

I know it must seem we’re perpetually adding projects to our roster, but it’s really quite simple: I write, Armando films. What we’re doing at the moment is combining…

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Break on Through to the Other Side

By on November 29, 2012

I’ve just had a meeting on the east coast, actually the Asian side of Istanbul, which changed- made- my day. On the other side.
I had an appointment with Hasan…

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Communication: Hand Language

By on November 19, 2012

I think that I’m pretty good at languages. I know Italian of course, English, French, Bulgarian and understand Spanish, Russian, Serbian and Croatian.
But when you are in a country…

Digital Nomads

Working Out: Becoming a Freelance Videographer

By on November 14, 2012

Maybe some people ask themselves: how do I live- I mean: how I do raise money for living and travelling? Good question, so this post will try to give…

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Fish-Stanbul: Fishing in Istanbul

By on November 2, 2012

‘Give a man a fish, he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, he eats for a life time.’-Proverb
As you might not know, we have 3 fishing…