What it’s all about


Here’s what these two eyes of mine think of the world. Whether it’s a new restaurant or one I frequent often, bar, club or simple deli; from 5 star hotels to 1 star hostels; the streets of Melbourne to the streets of New York, TheseTwoEyes wants to share the amazing people, places and culture of the many exciting places to see in the world around us. Share your comments, share your stories, TheseTwoEyes wants to know what you’ve seen and done as well!

Experiences are the key to life and travelling shapes those experiences. I try and get away to experience somewhere, something, anything and everything new as often as I can, and it’s typically the thought on my mind on a regular basis – so what’s next?

Meeting people and hearing their stories, learning their cultures, and having fun while doing so. Trying new food, marveling at the similarities, the differences. Feeling anxious and scared, and excited and envious all at the same time. This is what it’s all about.

Thanks for listening to my stories. Eat, drink, explore, meet, laugh…it all makes living worth it. Have questions, suggestions or feedback? Contact me at Lisa@thesetwoeyes.com

TheseTwoEyes are mine – Lisa Vecchio.

Lisa Vecchio

2 Responses to “What it’s all about”

  1. rowena March 22, 2012 at 10:32 pm #

    Hi,

    I am the publishing editor of 72&Rising Magazine, a magazine dedicated to all things water. The magazine covers everything from wildlife and conservation, science and research, people and cultures to photography, travel and adventure.

    We are currently in the process of redoing our website where we hope to have submissions from a wide range of people that love and are involved in water in all its forms. I recently came across your blog and wondered if you might be interested in contributing an article with images to our site? We would of course include a link back to your website.

    Many thanks
    Rowena

  2. John Vecchio June 9, 2011 at 8:51 am #

    Lisa,

    Keep blogging. I miss you and I love you!

    Dad

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