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Macrobiotic cake by Sardinia Escapes.

Modern Macrobiotics meets Sardinian Healthy Slow Food Lifestyle

Our co-founder Barbara Demuru has recently had the pleasure to be interviewed by Italian food blog fruttasemiebacche.com, which is entirely dedicated to the fascinating world of dried fruits, nuts and seeds. Barbara is a Macrobiotics consultant who has studied in London with Simon Brown, one of the best expert in the field, author of Modern-Day Macrobiotics, Macrobiotics for Life and several other books on the topic. Living and working in Sardinia, Barbara has decided to creatively combine the principles of modern macrobiotics with those of the traditional healthy slow food lifestyle of the island. We are happy to publish an English version of Barbara's interview on our blog. If...

A watercolour of Rebecca Lewis Lalatta by Sardinian Luxury artist Pink Harrison.

Rebecca Lewis Lalatta: the art of bridging cultures

Eclectic by nature as many British as well as Sardinian women, Rebecca Lewis Lalatta has been living in Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia, for over 20 years. With a degree in social sciences from the University of Edinburgh and several years of training as a flautist at the Royal College of Music in London, she juggles a career in the luxury travel industry at L'e Marquis (she is Regional Director of Sardinian Luxury) and a life-long passion for classical music. The heart of the Trio Aria music ensemble, with whom she has played all over Europe, Rebecca is also the founder and director of a cultural society...

Sardinia Escapes Stories. An interview to Maria Raoul.

Marisa Raoul: The Australian who didn’t get lost in translation

Writer, journalist, photographer and avid traveller, Marisa Raoul has come back and forward to Sardinia for over 30 years. Born in Sydney, Australia, to an Italian father and English mother, she has travelled extensively to Italy since she was a teenager. Author of two travel memoirs (Ma Folie Francais, Club Mauranges), she is currently writing her third book, The Journey. Besides her website www.marisaraoul.com , she runs a successful Instagram blog gallery named @sardiniamylove boasting more than 18.000 followers, which expresses her extreme passion for the Mediterranean island of Sardinia. Marisa is also a published lyricist and has written the English version of the modern opera "Eterno Divenire" for the...