Blobally is a blog which aims to blend our passions: travels and journalism. We travel around the world, taking shots, meeting people and putting thoughts on paper. We’d like to let you see the beauty of the Earth through our eyes, telling stories, disclosing cultures; being incisive and sharp, if needed. So, if you’d like, follow us in our journey through the world and the life!


Matteo Fabi: class ’87, graduated in Economics, after a couple of years in London resolved was time to turn down a career in logistics and retail, and rather explore the world. After a trip to South East Asia, is dealing with an apparently endless journey. He loves wild nature, hiking, road trips, fishing, movies, junk food, cold beer, and, as Italian, football of course.

enrico fabi

Enrico Fabi: class ’91, lives in Bari and studies Spanish and Portuguese. He spent his 18th birthday at Puket, Thailand, and the following one in Indonesia. Is currently planning the best way to travel the seven seas. Mad at Juventus Fc as much as the guy right above, loves gardening, dogs and mojitos on the beach. He introduced the elder brother to the fine art of photography, his very way of life.

10 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello from Türkiye… just wanted to say “thank you”, I appreciate your recent ‘follow’, knowing how many interesting and entertaining blogs there are out there.

    Blogging since June 2013, my little corner of the world tries to offer an eclectic smattering of posts, from basic amateur photography, to sharing my travel adventures over the decades, as well as day-to-day happenings here on our fruit farm in southern Turkey. I also throw in a few of my observations on life and lighter-hearted stuff for good measure.

    You are more than welcome to have a look around, stay a while and have a trawl through my collection. There are plenty of categories within the drop-down menus to help in said digging process.

    Hope you have a great day…


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  2. I suddenly remembered your latest post about Patan and started to wonder if you were still in Nepal. I hope you are safe and well. Wishing you and everyone around you all the best there can possibly be in a situation like this.


    1. I was actually in Lumbini, 150km south of kathmandu, at the first earthquake on saturday, and I felt it weakly. The morning after I left to India by bus, I’ve been travelling for 48 hrs and just now I’m realizing the entity of damages. I’m quite shocked, I reached north-west India, at Dharamsala, this morning and I found all of this out


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