Always busy between one trip and another and characterized by its well-kept and impeccable looks. We managed to snatch an interview with Michelangelo Azzariti, a well-known Italian travel blogger and photographer. The result was a chat where he laid bare his story and anticipated his new projects.
Occupation: Social management of hotels a travel blogger/photographer
Place of the heart: Kenya
Favorite music: I love many genres, but I don’t think I’ve ever told anyone, it literally make me crazy for Arabic and Indian music. However, I prefer local oriental music.
Favorite movie: I have a lot of them, I can tell you the genre I love the most, the fantasy and adventure one.
The most beautiful day of your life: has not yet arrived, it will be when I travel around the world
The worst day of your life: luckily there was not
The best trip: Egypt
The worst trip: there is no worse trip. Even those who have “road accidents” always leave something positive, as learning to deal with misadventures you grow a lot.
Your motto: however we go we will do it.
Now let’s get to know each other better.
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
My name is Michelangelo Azzariti I am 29 years old and I am an Italian boy, from Corato in the province of Bari; I have a diploma as a technician for tourist services, my passion is traveling. After school I have always traveled for work working in the hotel, where I stabilized precisely in Alta Badia in the Dolomites. As a child when I attended the oratory the parish priest organized a camping in the Dolomites every summer and in this wonderful scenario I also learned to photograph, I say “learned to photograph” because thanks to this place I was able to appreciate details that before in the photos I did not insert; Photography has become increasingly important in my life thanks to instagram. Instagram has opened up to me a world where I confronted myself with real photographers and with amateur photographers as I was. Some of my photos, on instagram were appreciated to such an extent that profiles like @ig_italia, @ig_puglia, the official page of Italian tourism @Italiait and many others, reposted my photos by sharing them with a wider audience.
Thank you so much Michelangelo for this interview, see you soon.
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