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I missed last week's appointment. With all that is going on in the world right now, I thought you all had better to do than read my stories. But some of you reached out asking about the newsletter and it seems that light content like this can provide some relief. I'm glad. So here it is. Peer support group on Slack First of all, one important update. I started a peer

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Christmas Gifts

You didn't really think you would not find a Christmas gifts list here as well, did you?Of course I had to make one! I put together a list of a few items I own (or I have at least tried) and recommend. Maybe you saw my Black Friday list, where I didn't go on and on trying to sell you just anything. So, if you trust me a little bit

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Jerusalem light

While in Tel Aviv for the OFFF event and my workshop, I decided to visit Jerusalem again. When I went last year I explored the holy city to find good landscape and travel photography opportunities. This year, I went with my friend Chris to photograph the life in the narrow alleys of the old town. We had some restrictions but nothing major. First of all, on Fridays and Saturdays you

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The Gatwick Fiasco

The Gatwick Fiasco. Or how the second largest and busiest airport in UK couldn't handle a drone alert and ruined the plans of 150.000 people. Including me. I'm sure you all heard what happened a few days ago. Alerts of drones flying near the airport runway caused a shutdown of all operations. Every flight on Wednesday got cancelled. And then on Thursday it happened again, when I arrived at the airport

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natural disasters

I know, natural disasters doesn't sound like the most appealing title. But this story needs to be told. I already knew September is a pretty rough month to travel anywhere close to the Pacific. But honestly, it looks like my plan was set up by some very weird travel agency with an odd sense of humour

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A panoramic view of Busan

Travel Diaries: South Korea, Part 3. South Korea is obviously not just Seoul, and it's always worth considering visiting other locations as well, to see all that the country has to offer.One of the many spots you often see recommended is Jeju Island, but this time I didn't manage to go. Also, from what I could see from the airplane and the train, the countryside is just as beautiful.Instead, I visited

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The most photographed street in the Hanok village of Seoul called Bukchon

Travel Diaries: South Korea, Part 2. Welcome to my Seoul highlights! Here I'm going to list my personal recommendations, based on the short time I spent wandering around the city. And I'll add a few tips as well. See the bottom of this page for links to Part 1 and Part 3. First thing to mention is the DiscoverSeoul pass. DiscoverSeoul pass - 72 hours A very convenient way to visit most of my

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A guy sitting in the shade and thinking in front of the sea

I recently found that my aunt started a research on our genealogy. Thanks to this research, I finally discovered why I’m never at ease settling in and always thriving to travel, even just to quickly move from one place to another, whatever the term “place” may mean. I always knew I had a few different European genes in my blood, being the son of French and Italian parents, and having a

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And so I'm now packing for my month-long travel and as always the question is "what do I bring with me?". I'm used to travelling light, sometimes superlight, but that's for a week maximum, this time I'll be away for a month. At least I made the choice to travel between countries that will show a pretty consistent weather all along, with probably a +/- 10C difference in temperature only,

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