#RoadTripperMonday – a weekly feature of our very own Road Tripper.
Today, let’s get to know Sebastiano Nassini from our first Singles Road Trip to Bulalacao, Mindoro Provinc. Sebas is an Italian architect based in Manila. He is an avid traveler and has traveled to many exciting countries around the globe. With his contagious bubbly personality, it is no wonder he always attracts good people around him. To travel with Sebas is always like experiencing things for the first time. Lots of awe and wonder.
What do you do for a living? – I’m working as an architect in Manila since last October.
What is one of your guilty pleasures? – Eat cheese when I come back home after a hard party night.
What is the title of the movie about your life? – “Facing Windows – Ferzan Özpetek”
If you could go back in time, what would you tell your 16 year old self? – I’d remind him my three rules: live the present, love yourself, and everything is temporary.
If you can be teleported anywhere around the world, where would that be and why? – To Spain. I lived in Madrid for one year during my studies and I fell in love with the country, the people and the culture.
Which celebrity would you go on a “one-night-only-date” with? — Jon Kortajarena
You, unfortunately, have been condemned to die, but fortunately, you get to have any meal in the world before you go. What is your menu? – Beer, Pizza and Tiramisu
If you could trade places with anyone right now, for a week, who would it be and why? – I wouldn’t pick to be anyone cause I love my life right now. I think I am where I’m supposed to be. I just wanna continue being me, enjoy being me, and continue on working on becoming the better me everyday.
Best present you have ever received. To be born in my family. To be given the best family I could ever have.
If you could meet a famous or not so famous person, who would that be and why? -I wanna meet Anthony Bourdain and ask him all about his travels, and simply how to live life.
How old should a person start traveling? – I read somewhere before that bringing a baby around makes him smarter more curious, compared to one who’s kept at home. With that I say that there’s no age for travel. Kids must go around when they can.
What is your best experience in traveling/living in the Philippines – I must say it was when my boyfriend and I went to Palawan. Together, we explored Puerto Princesa, El Nido and Coron. We know more about the place, the country, each other, and our own selves.