Photo taken at Lo Mantang, Nepal
A portrait of an old man living in Lo Mantang. Today this former Nepalese walled city is inhabited mainly by elders during low season

Photo taken at: Lo Mantang, Nepal

Photo taken at Upper Mustang Nepal
A throwback shot of the 5 days trek from Kagbeni to Lo Mantang in Upper Mustang

Photo taken at: Upper Mustang Nepal

Photo taken at Kagbeni, Nepal
I remember the road from Beni to Kagbeni as endless. We spent a total of 8 hours in a shaky jeep on a dusty, uneven, unsafe mountain road

Photo taken at: Kagbeni, Nepal

Photo taken at Beni, Nepal
Just after Maldives I was in Nepal, on my way to Upper Mustang.
It took us 2 hours to find a jeep ride in Beni. So I spent some time observing local life

Photo taken at: Beni, Nepal

Photo taken at Maldives
While visiting Maldives in early 2018, I had the chance to go to sea with a group of local fishermen, those experiencing life on board of a traditional fishing boat

Photo taken at: Maldives

Photo taken at Maldives
This time last year I was visiting Maldives, in some of the less touristic parts of the country.
These islands could be one of the first victims of sea level rising

Photo taken at: Maldives

Photo taken at Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Looking back one year, I keep a great memory of the time spent with Mama Clara and her family in her humble house in Shimbwe

Photo taken at: Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Photo taken at Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
One year ago I was arriving in Shimbwe, a village at the edges of Kilimanjaro National Park.
In the last 5 years moto taxi have become really popular not only in big towns like Moshi but also in small communities such these

Photo taken at: Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Photo taken at Pamukkale
Last year in February, while in Pamukkale, I followed some lavorare in a quince field. That gave me a view of real daily life in the region, away from the tourist attractions. Today this kind of jobs are being replaced as the tourism industry develops

Photo taken at: Pamukkale

Photo taken at Pamukkale
Today the experience of Pamukkale has been restricted and designed in order to preserve its unique limestone. Only a central path is open to tourists, who can cross it barefoot

Photo taken at: Pamukkale

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