Every time I start a new trip I always promise myself to daily (almost) update my adventure on the blog. The travel storytelling should be the aim of every travel blogger in the end.
I usually travel with my mac or at least with some of my devices to achieve the goal, but as you can see I usually fail the aim and all I’ve got in the end is some pics on Instagram and some updates on Everplaces.
Oh my God…and now how I can get to Glastonbury from abroad???
Glastonbury is a very small town in Somerset, 30 miles south of Bristol. I wouldn’t be really surprised to find it in the middle of nowhere!
It could be the perfect door to Cornwall, which is definitely a place in my bucket list. I’ve been to England so many times, I also lived there for a while visiting so many places. But for some odd reason I’ve never been able to go to Cornwall, despite all my efforts! And apparently this will not be the moment even! Next time, maybe.
Now it’s time to properly plan the experience!
Before booking the flight i decided to plan WHERE TO STAY at Glastonbury in order to understand how many days I need before and after the festival.
Glasto is very well known to be one of the wettest (and muddiest) festivals, probably because it’s very early in summer (end of june) or maybe just because it’s in England!
If you want to live the full festival experience you should stay in the festival area; so hotel, b&b or houses in town are excluded! Camping spot is included in every ticket…so let’s camp! You just need to decide how to.
I’m still not used to the idea that I realized my dream to visit Patagonia…and it’s already time that another dream come true!
This one is mostly connected with my music passion rather than travels, even if a trip is involved too.
Since about 7 years ago (when i first registered my name on their database) every September I receive an alert which reminds me the opening of the ticket sale in one month.
Year after year I attempted to book a ticket for this event, checking the registration and the bank account couple of days before the sale, setting up fake IPs to be connected as a UK resident, being ready behind the mac when the sale opens, compulsively refreshing the pages for couple of hours. But in the end NOTHING. Even this year all the ticket was sold out in 1 hours and 40 and as usual when the line up was still unknown!
The biggest music festival (for sure in England, but for me ever!), the place to be, the dream of a whole life… i’m obviously talking about: Continue reading