‘Naples is a blessing and a curse at the same time..and Cambridge is not so bad. It is very nice and under the sun (those couple of times a year) is very pleasant.’
Here we go! I’ve been thinking about such a space for a while and finally here I am! Dearest, whoever you are, this is a mere fooling around and outburst tool. I need it.
The idea is born from the video you can see below. The winter here at the “North North” is very hard for one who comes from a warm place full of light and colors like Naples, so I thought I would ward off the pessimism of that period by making that video (taken from a real story. 😛)
Here what I want to do with this blog: playing. It is clear that I’ve been a super-spoiled, lucky, and “used to beauty” person for about thirty years and it is clear that I might have the kind of reactions I will tell you about. Naples is a blessing and a curse at the same time..and Cambridge is not so bad. It is very nice and under the sun (those couple of times a year) is very pleasant.
Today while I was walking in the city centre I met Paul and his beautiful lady, Duffy. 🦅😍 Paul is an amazing Sitar player. The special stringed instrument is popular in northern India. I’ve felt in love with its magical music and the super clever falcon who is Paul’s loyal partner 🎶🎵
Cambridge, 27th June 2019
…and someone who comes to pick you up 💙 https://youtu.be/xe9nspW_NE4
Here it is. The podcast of the latest radio show we recorded in the Cambridge 105 Radio studios is online. The episode is about Leonardo Da Vinci on the occasion of the 500th anniversary celebrations. Special guest is the Neapolitan clarinetist and composer Luca Luciano. Enjoy !!
(The first half an hour is in Italian, and the second one in English)
A long day comes to an end, finally. Going home… … where I’ll watch Gomorrah, the series 😜. This is a definitely out of context video. Here there are no alleys, like the song says about Naples. Here there are completely different stories and the rhythm is completely another. Tonight nobody will mess with me … and ciao! 👋