Yearly Archives: 2014

From Lerici to Porto Venere by boat
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From Lerici to Porto Venere by boat

Andrea from “Affittacamere La Tortuga” picked up us with his motorboat in Lerici for a trip! I love boats. In the port of Lerici there were numerous and huge sailboats! I love boats. In the port of Lerici there were numerous and huge sailboats! Lerici was much appreciated as it is a very authentic Italian […]

Cinque Terre by Felicia Hargarten
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Cinque Terre by Felicia Hargarten

We wake up and look at the sea outside the window of the Residence Giada in Moneglia. What a beautiful day, what a resplendent sun! We managed to arrive here by train from Berlin, passing by Bologna. The Ligurian coast and the Cinque Terre were a wonderful suggestion from my friend Giulia who lives in […]

Bussana Vecchia, where time stopped
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Bussana Vecchia, where time stopped

A family day with the idea of taking a trip out-of-town. But if you open the windows in the morning and are faced with a grey sky and trees shaking in the wind… what do you do? If you’re lucky enough to be in Liguria you can always play the ‘trip to a hamlet’ card. […]

My bike, the Bigo and the Bruzzu
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My bike, the Bigo and the Bruzzu

What do you do on Sundays? I like to spend them lazily: in winter it’s cold and in the summer do you really want to go to the beach with all those people there? I know I know, we’re a website which promotes tourism and this doesn’t seem like a great start. Three or four […]

With windswept hair
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With windswept hair

What makes moving become travelling? And what distinguishes a trip from a journey? I know I seem crazy, but I go to work by bicycle because it seems to put some “holiday” into my days. The means of transport definitely makes the difference, but as Kavafis taught us in his most famous piece of poetry […]

Digital Diary Liguria – Little Liguria by Filippo Rivetti
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Digital Diary Liguria – Little Liguria by Filippo Rivetti

Born and raised in Italy, I moved to Australia more than seven years ago. Digital Diary Liguria gave me the opportunity to go back visiting this beautiful region in a way I’ve never done before, and doing what I love. The fact that I was the only Italian (together with Angelo) among an international team […]

Digital Diary Liguria – Magic Italy – love Liguria by John Carr
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Digital Diary Liguria – Magic Italy – love Liguria by John Carr

I am Jonn Carr. Writing this text and reflecting on my life and my trip to Liguria is something that I am truly grateful for. I started studying television production in 2004 in KwaZulu Natal – South Africa, with the dream of one day traveling the world and making films about my journey through life. […]

Digital Diary LIguria – Warm Liguria by Olga and Tatiana
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Digital Diary LIguria – Warm Liguria by Olga and Tatiana

We are Olga and Tatiana, twin sisters from St-Petersburg. After graduating University of Cinema and Television, we worked together as film directors duo and animators. Very soon animation became our life. We had an idea with a mirror, but we didn’t know where to find the big one in Genova. I think we were almost […]

Digital Diary Liguria – Beyond Gravity by Simon Straetker
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Digital Diary Liguria – Beyond Gravity by Simon Straetker

It was an ordinary Friday Morning, I turned on my computer, checked my mails, started reading the World Nomads Newsletter and suddenly realized this outstanding note on the side of Newsletter. “Digital Diary Liguria and Can’t Forget Italy are looking for aspiring filmmakers to spend a one week all-paid holiday in Italy, filming their time […]

Digital Diary Liguria – Celestium
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Digital Diary Liguria – Celestium

I’m from Toronto, Canada. I’ve travelled all over my home country and the rest of North America with my family and friends. Getting to travel to Italy for The Digital Diary Liguria was like experiencing multiple trips of a lifetime at once. I was overwhelmed by the people, scenery and food. Italy is home. What […]

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