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
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! 👋
I had never done that before. I happened to take the dog outside at 5.30 in the morning last weekend and to walk around the sleepy Cambridge. A beautiful feeling of calm and energy at the same time just like when you wake up very early in Naples, to prepare and study for an exam. I felt good and almost at home .. how nice 👇👇👇🎥
This year it was such a “nice” number .. But it’s gone. I was hoping it could have passed by unnoticed to me, but in the end what birthday does it? And the night before I got ready for the event. In this way..
(Subtitles translation*it is almost my birthday *but they are 3*😱*Happy birthday *Thanks, Feudi San Gregorio <-name of the bottle of wine)
If there’s something that makes me feel at home, that is the celebration by which my city welcomes the new year 🍾 🎉 the thousand powerful colours that, for so long, from the stroke of midnight onwards, crowd the sky above the already bright windows of Naples: the noisy and colorful fireworks that always gladly cast out the old year’s fatigue and welcome the new one, “i botti” as we call them here.
And if you can stand with your head up together with the people you love, then everything is even more magical.
Hello 2018, nice to meet you! You already have a name that I prefer to that of your predecessor. Please do me a favour, be good! (*in Neapolitan: f ‘o’ brav) ..🤗