Season one of our serial newsletter, The Revelate, about the surprising and previously unwritten story of starting a life in Sicily.
The disposable gloves, the hand sanitizer and disinfectant, the blue surgical face masks (eventually replaced by colorful, but less effective, cloth-covered ones), the fear of touching and the worry of not touching, the isolation and six feet of space and a good attitude were all you needed. For the attitude
While in Sicily we developed this habit of taking short videos from the passenger seat of the roads we were traveling. We had no intention behind it, other than perhaps we believed that this journey and our time alone together, on these particular roads, would lead us to somewhere special.
While here we've been posting quite a lot on social media, sharing the places, people and thoughts on Sicily. I thought I'd catpure some of the best ones and share them on the newseltter. Sorry, if you've already seen them and are now considering banging your head against the wall
We leave our homes with a map and all the sayings: It’s the journey that matters.Not all who wander are lost.Destination is never a place but a new way of seeing things.A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.While all
Enjoy this short video (and bloopers) of our recent conversation about travel. Read the full interview on our post titled, Essential Sicily.
In Franca's Words: When travel becomes less about filling every moment with purpose and more about finding purpose in every moment.