Born in Foggia (Italy), I have lived in Parma since 2021.

I’m deeply passionate about history, video games, motor sports and travelling. Whenever I can, I put myself in a situation that involves any combination of these four elements.

After graduating with a BSc in Physics in 2013, I walked the Camino de Santiago along the traditional French way from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port. Soon after that, I moved to Germany to start my professional career in the local start-up scene.

I’ve enjoyed living in Germany for a few years, first in Munich (2013-2014) and then in Berlin (2015-2021). Eventually, however, both career and personal choices brought me back to Italy, in search of a better life.

This blog is a true diary, like the original blogs from many years ago. I’m writing mainly for myself, and those unfortunate enough who happen to be curious about what I think. It started in 2016 because of the Shikoku Henro, and it’s been a pleasant refuge of mine ever since.

Thank you for being part of this journey with me,