Kendo, one of my hobbies (that unfortunately I had to stop due to healthy reasons) has always offer me the chance to keep me down, to soften me, to relax and excite almost instantly. No other sport offers that . For such an man-oriented culture and society as the Japanese it is always a pleasure to observe women in the Kendo world. The Kendoka in the picture Matsuda Sensei during a Kendo Seminar in 2011.
I don’t know if you’ve had the pleasure to drive one of this scooters but they are the best of its kind. Being a motorbike fan and having ridden for more than 10 years several type of bikes. I can tell that no bike on earth compares to a Vespa. However, to make it even more authentic what about riding a Vespa in a cosy village. A place where the senses really let you relax and enjoy the landscape around you, that’s Tivoli.
Despite its size it’s one of those places where history mixes perfectly. Malta is a place were to describe the adjective “old”, one must use older and oldest. However, at times that might not be sufficient. An old rust Fiat 500 lost in a narrow street is one of those examples.
Impossible to forget, impossible to get rid of from your mind. That’s what I think every t time I remember about Tivoli.