Camino de Santiago Ingles – the English Way

Our feet felt the itching to walk another Camino, a bit more than 3 years have passed since our last Camino (Portugues). I wanted to surprise Nace with a nice trip for his birthday (he was stoked) and as we … Read More

The best Iceland summer tours

Exploring Iceland in summer is so much different the exploring the country in winter. We headed on a week-long road trip to admire the country’s beauty driving the whole Route 1, staying at experiential accommodations, and seeking thrilling experiences. So … Read More

In Rome as the Romans, an anniversary with wine in Tuscany and country number 81

I wanted to do something cool around our anniversary in early September, so I decided to surprise Nace with a light weekend trip. From a vague idea with low expectations (we are still in the year 2021), everything finally turned … Read More

Theater of the oppressed

Theater of the Oppressed (TO) is a methodology developed by the Brazilian Augusto Boal. It uses theater forms to promote social and political change. In Theater of the Oppressed (TO), the audiences become active and they explore, show, analyze, and … Read More

Catch Your Moment – a training course on theater improvisation

Never have I ever during my whole artistic and performing career felt confident enough to say that I can do theater or freely apply theater techniques. At the same time, I know that I have to challenge myself in order to … Read More

Let’s support iFamile Emu Children’s Center in Uganda!

Today we want you to meet Akol Benyamen Jayjay. Akol is the founder and the director of iFamile Emu Children’s Center – an initiative started in the Bukedea district that works towards a transformed world for vulnerable children and families in … Read More

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