Due to this setback or failure and with a very complicated emotional and economic situation, by the end of 2012 I migrated to a country house 40 km from Barcelona in order to help Miguel Morán to set up a business of rural tourism. It was a quite effective way to disconnect from everything, to change sceneries and to give a complete twist to my life.
After a strong argument with Miguel and my future again drifting away, I started to conceive in my mind a dream of travelling as a nomad. I would have to reset my life but I had nothing to lose and probably a lot to win.
After a long time without talking to each other, during a conversation to rebuild our friendship along with a beer I finally told him about my new plans.
It was a key moment because even though it was clear to me, that conversation sparked the flame that I had not felt since a long time ago, my new and maybe most ambitious life project ever: to go around the world, which I added with no rush to enjoy a trip that already looked thrilling.
To fulfill my dream. To start again. To get to know new cultures, languages, people and why not, to be able to practice my other interest: cuisine.
In a simple way and with the easiest to find ingredients in any place, but at the same time most appreciated in our gastronomy: I would teach around the world on how to make a Spanish potato omelet (with onion and zucchini). And I have made more than 600 of them.