Monthly Archives: August 2018

Venice. A labyrinth of sighs

Venice is one of those mystical cities, that attracts people from all over the world. Perhaps because it’s sinking? The fear of losing it makes us appreciate it more. Being there is like stepping into Canaletto painting Venice: The Grand Canal with S. Simeone Piccolo. The outside world stays behind and even GPS is helpless. […]


“Hi.” – I send him a text not expecting a reply. “Hi…” – his reply comforts and intrigues. “Are you busy?” – it’s almost midnight. “No, why?” – now, he is interested. “I’m tired of sleeping alone” – it takes one sentence to strip naked. It’s been days of solitude and silence, two things that […]