If you’re dreaming about traveling to a foreign country with your motorbike, one of the biggest obstacles that you can think about is, of course, money. Gas, food, places where to sleep: everything seems like a continuous flow of money that goes out of your pocket.
During the last year I developed an interest in visiting Petra. I don’t know why. Probably because I realized that I’ve never been in a so exotic place. My last travels took me to the United States and to an Eastern Europe trip on my motorbike, but seeing a so different culture and deserted lands … Read more
During my last 2 travels (a road trip in the USA and a motorcycle tour in Eastern Europe) I used Booking.com a lot. Using coaches and trains in North America or moving by motorbike from town to town in Romania and Hungary, finding where to sleep at night was one of my main concerns. While … Read more
After a vacation on the United States, it was the time for me to go for holidays in Greece. I use to go every in a small village in the area of Pelion every summer, and this time I wanted to do something slightly different: a long motorbike road trip around Eastern Europe. This is a summary of my travel.
Quest’anno, con degli amici, ho deciso di passare qualche giorno in Lituania. Avevamo il desiderio di uscire un po’ dall’Italia e abbiamo cercato i voli più economici in Europa. Tra le località più appetibili c’era appunto Vilnius.
In procinto di partire per le vacanze estive in Grecia ho voluto ripassare il mio Greco. Innanzitutto ho rispolverato alcuni vecchi corsi ed ho deciso di colmare le mie lacune riguardo l’alfabeto Greco Moderno.
Argalastì is the main village of South Pelion (one of the best places to stay in Greece, in my opinion), and it’s situated on the main road that goes to the other southern villages. Once arrived on the crossroad of Argalastì, you can turn left for Paltsi, Xinovrysi and Melani, or continue straight ahead for the villages of the Pagasetic Gulf (Chorto, Milina) and some villages on the Eagean sea (Platania, Kastrì, Katigiorgis), as well as Lafkos and Metochi.
Seconda lezione di greco moderno. Solo tre parole: buongiorno, buonasera e buonanotte. Parole utilizzate: Buongiorno – Kalimera Buonasera – Kalispera Buonanotte – Kalinicta Se ve la siete persa, ecco la prima lezione di Greco Moderno!