Here I propose another great song of the italian artist Franco Battiato, that talks about a strange need that some people have: a need that’ll make them keep moving, and moving, from destination to destination, because they can survive only spreading themselves in the world.
Many people have left their hometown, many people travel. But how many really feel like this?
Last week we went with our mentor and a lithuanian volunteer to this 98 km long island inscribed in the UNESCO. Curonian Spit has the particularity to be between territory of Russia and Lituania.
We took a Ferry boat in Klaipeda that can also carry cars and bikes, it only takes 10 minutes to reach the island.
After this little crossing we started walking in a pine forest on a hilly trail very suitable for bikes.
There were also some students from Turkey, Azerbaijan and Russia with us. We talked a bit to know each other. Continue reading
A friend sent me this song, thinking about my experience in the park. I think it can describe perfectly the relation between man and nature.
The Dutch Cap, or in lithuanian Olando Kepure, is a 24 meters high hill located on the seaside region of Pajurio Regional Park. For its geologic properties it can be called a bluff, a kind of cliff with different sediments who never remain still: the aquifers inside the Cap make its composition unstable, and the erosion forces the cliff to keep moving east; this means that one day it will become higher and further from the sea.