In Georgia monks and some winemakers still bury wine under the ground in ancient vessels called ‘qvevri’. These pitchers resemble an amphora in both their shape and material – the porous clay. Everything goes inside the quevri – grapes with skins, stalks, grape stone.
A brief boat ride from Cannes or Juan Les Pins into the azure Mediterranean 16-centuries of monastic life on l’île Saint-Honorat meets the tech-age. The industrious Benedictine monks of Abbaye de […]
The phone is ringing, alerts blinking and vibrating, buzzer banging, cars growling, and neighborhood construction drills into our lives constantly activated through civilisation’s disruptive sounds. We get quite upset by […]
The spiritual charms of Luang Prabang breathe out the air of authentic, focused, generous, innocent, kind, open and pure Buddhist attitude. Being, and not just Instagram-posting, in this UNESCO shrine […]
Hiking Côte d’Azur is what the savvy locals do. Unlike by the gym consumed Americans, the French have more outdoor spirits. Enticed by the nature’s cajoling perfumes, its soothing sonatas […]