To live travelling. To work to live.

To live travelling. To work to live.

I consider myself a passionate traveler and since long time ago I dream about doing a round the world trip, like a Willy Fog of the 21st Century. In my free time I like to search for information about it and read about other people’s experiences, and over the last few years I’ve seen more and more people shares the same dream. In fact, more […]

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Culture shock in Japan: going beyond the cliche

Culture shock in Japan: going beyond the cliche

“The grey sprawl of Tokyo was an intimidating version of the future, not yours or mine, but our children’s.” This is how acclaimed travel writer Paul Theroux opens Ghost Train to the Eastern Star (2008). In Sophia Coppola’s Lost in Translation (2003), the film many foreign visitors associate most with Tokyo, it is shown as a cipher, a weird, quirky or inaccessible backdrop used to […]

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Experience the city with a personal city ambassador

Experience the city with a personal city ambassador

The sharing economy model as part of the “crowd” trend has brought a complete new way of social organisation, re-defining work spaces, the way we consume, create, interact and for instance, the way we travel and experience cities. One of the best and obvious examples of this has been the successful model of Airbnb, but other examples like Worksufers and Eatwith – “the passionate community […]

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London: creating a city brand

London: creating a city brand

London, along with New York, is one of the economic and cultural epicentres of the world in which other cities try to reflect themselves. To keep this leadership is crucial in order to preserve a strong city brand and continue attracting talent and investment. London’s brand strategy includes positioning the city as the digital capital of the world, focusing on the attraction of entrepreneurs and startups […]

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