Bumps in Cambridge

That’s the event in this period in Cambridge: at the end of the term all people go to see bumps at the river.

Every college has its own team, often more than a couple, to race and all students go and camp near the river to watch his team trying to ‘bump’ other boats. Continua a leggere


From New York to (old) York

No, it is not a joke.

I really got to York, in United Kingdom, to visit it.
So from Cambridge taking the train you can reach York within two hours trip where you can have fun with some games.

Playing with Cluedo on the train - should be Gran Central train company...

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From Wikipedia:

Mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials.

During last months I collected more than 2 thousands pictures of U.S. and I was looking around a way to use them. So The idea of making a mosaics with them came to me.

The problem with this kind of composition is the right measuring of every tile: to have a good mosaic usually it takes about thousands and thousands of pictures. Continua a leggere

A week after

I want to say thank you all to read this blog during last months.

I will try to keep it alive even after the New York experience with brand new stuff: new recipes are coming with some new pictures.

In a couple of days it will be available a new photo reportage of food from the Cambridgeshire. Waiting that I will leave you with last pictures from Italy, obviously about food:

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“Can I take the elevator?” “Why not?!”

Earthquake today. The ground shaked in New York too: first thought was the subway but… there’s no subway where I was! Browsing news online I read about the earthquake.

Fire trucks ran everywhere

Than I realized all the fire trucks passed in front of Starbucks were a lot…

No one remembers last earthquake in New York before this.

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