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Category: iPeople

Every trip is an adventure. In every country you meet different people, whether they were born there or “adopted”. Each one has a story to tell, a job to do, an idea of life.

Have you never fancied sharing these unique encounters? Taking hold of a little piece of their story and binding it up with the story that belongs to everyone? This is what we’ve done.

Here you’ll find men and women from all over the world who’ve got something to say. Do you fancy listening? Come on in with us and meet them…

How to make bread: altamura way and its authentic italian bread - Kiss From The World

Bread recipes: how to make bread the Altamura way. It’s authentic Italian bread!

Today we’re in Altamura. I am Beppe di Gesu’, a bread maker in Altamura. Today we’ll see the process of making Altamura bread, which is a product of protected...

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Artisan bread: discover Italian bread that follows a centuries-old bread recipe

Altamura bread is famous for a reason. Discover a centuries-old Italian bread recipe still being used to make artisan bread in southern Italy. See how to make bread the...

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Send your KISS from wherever you are

Kiss From The World – travel & people magazine is united by a common theme: kisses from across the globe. Appear on the Kiss From The World gallery! Be part of the...

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The Fine Art of Shoe Making

My name is Roberto Ugolini and I’m the owner of Roberto Ugolini Bespoke Shoes. “The Fine Art of Shoe Making: I started in 1995 with a cobbler shop” I...

Cycling Africa - Across Africa by Bicycle - Travelling Across Africa on a Pushbike - Kiss From The World - Travel and People Magazine

Cycling around Africa: bikepacking essentials for adventure cycling

Hello, my name is Frederick Marie, I am cycling around Africa. Cycling around Africa: I will cycle 18,000 kilometres I began in Johannesburg 3 months ago. From...

telavi bazar - feel the georgian spirit - Travel Magazine - People Magazine - Kiss From The World

Food market in Telavi: Georgian food tour in a local market

We are in the capital of the Kakheti region, Telavi. We are in the centre of the city. This is Telavi Bazar. We are in the department of poultry. Here you can buy all...

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The making of Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena – III

We are now going to weigh our batch. So we’ll put the demijohn on the scales. “The Protection Consortium is the guardian of the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of...

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The making of Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena – II

This is the acetaia, where we keep our barrels containing the liquid that will become traditional balsamic vinegar. Normally, an acetaia is in an attic space, because it...

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The making of Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena – I

Hi everyone, my name is Giuseppe Pedroni and I’m the owner of a small farm in the province of Modena. “Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena is a type...

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Luthier Lazzara: violin make in a six square metre lutherie shop

My name is Jamie Marie Lazzara and I make violins. I’m a master violin maker here in Italy. When I was 15, I decided to make violins. I’m actually American, but I...

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