The dust on the shoes.
I just pass a finger on the hard leather. I should put the cream on to soften it. Read
(transalted from Italian by Sophia Boccard)
I just got back from an incredible solo trip to Thailand. I have not traveled alone since my trip to Peru in 2016. Read
It was May 2016 when 12 visually impaired people departed from Bologna to Florence with the intention of painting the world of yellow, to make it more visible and accessible. Read
In May 2017 we went around central and northern Italy with the Yellow Caravan to promote the docu-film The Gods Like It Yellow. Read
In 2007 I fell in love with a girl. She was telling me stories about a black ship. Stories about sailing across the oceans, around the world. Read
He had his glasses on a cute, curious face. He looked at me with a thousand questions blowing in his chest, without knowing which to ask first. Read
From volcano Eyjafjöll (the one of the paralyzing eruption in 2010 in Iceland) #YellowTheWorld continues 2017 in name of explosive fire. Read
A Passport and Poor Vision: Not a Combination that Should Curtail your Travel Adventures
There is absolutely no reason why anyone with a vision impairment should be dissuaded from planning a travel itinerary that fulfills your ambitions to enjoy new experiences. Read
In 2016 NoisyVision contributed to the crowdfunding Gino, Hate-Free Caravan community.
We promised that next NoisyVision adventure and its yellow world, would have been with the camper,
Here we are, as promised to present the next adventure and its program. Read
Gino may look like a simple caravan, a funny old caravan, but it’s actually much more: Gino is a social multi-catalyzer. Read