The Dog And The Sombrero


When I’m not traveling, and I get to spend the weekend in the city, Sundays are usually dedicated to good coffee and gentle recharging. There are quite a few good coffee shops in in Valencia, some of them toasting their own coffee and, in the last couple of years I extensively tested them. One of … Read more

Do What You’re Good At

do what you're good at

I had my first computer when I was 18. It was called CIP, and it was a communist clone of the famous ZX Spectrum. Same processor, almost the same board. You would load the operating system from a cassette tape, which made such a strange , acute noise. Any other programs (or games, mostly) had … Read more

Your Story Follows Your State

story follows state

There are many types of breakthroughs. Some of them are like a sudden jolt of energy, revealing in a split of a second an incredibly clear insight, while others are like rivers, slowly flowing and accumulating, unseen and unnoticed, until they reach, in a silent and oh, so simple movement, the sea of understanding – … Read more

A Typical Day On Camino

Depending on where you spent the night, mornings will start a bit differently. In this post I will talk about the “normal” Camino experience, the one in which you sleep in albergues, which are common living facilities. At around 6AM, or even earlier, you will start hearing the movements of the other pilgrims in the … Read more

Detached Shadows

We all have a dark side, wether we like it, or not. Most of the time, we don’t like it. But just because we don’t like it, it doesn’t mean it’s not there. It doesn’t mean it’s not part of us. If you really think about it, that’s how the light actually works: while it … Read more