Our travel guides are born from a thought, an idea that a great traveler of our time has explained in a magnificent way.
It means descending as far as possible into the reality that you encounter. Let yourself be guided by curiosity. And follow a thread. When I travel I let myself be guided by chance, by chance encounters and by the unexpected. As happened to me in November in Afghanistan, when I met a Taliban leader in a Bazaar in Peshawar. Also in Afghanistan I was led by two students of the Koranic schools. They helped me see the world with their own eyes, otherwise I would have traveled using only my eyes and my prejudices, going only where my choices took me. You have to give yourself time. Those who think of doing everything in three days, visiting every hour something, have finished living the journey, can never let go. You should then travel in search of something. There may be those who are moved by the desire to know a place where beetroot is grown differently. it's already something, it's a reason to travel. You have to prepare for discovery, read something beautiful, rediscover the poetry of the journey.