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An ordinary cat is walking directory horizontally in front of me, and stop suddenly, and turn the face toward to me, expressionlessly.

I answer to the cat, with a peace sign of my left hand, expressionlessly.

Cioccolato Fondente & Piazza Navona

There’s nothing like a cup of cioccolato fondente gelato especially upon arrival in Rome. Once I dropped off my bags, I headed out to Piazza Navona for gelato and pizza because my priorities are straight and well, I was starving. 385 more words


Generazione di sfigati

Ho il sospetto di far parte di una generazione di sfigati. E se proprio deve essere così, spero che la sfiga sia solo nostra.

Quelli prima di noi hanno comprato casa, guadagnando il pane col sudore della loro fronte, le donne hanno partorito con dolore. 434 more words


Treviso: August Part 1

So, I admit, I am glutton for punishment and will not let the green grass grow for long under my feet before I am off again to some far flung place to live a new adventure and traumatize my poor family back “home”. 1,033 more words


Five Italian Words You Need To Know

As published in Expat Post – http://www.expatpost.co/joannederecho/five-italian-survival-words-phrases-know

When I moved to Italy three years ago, In my excitement in moving to one of the world’s most beautiful country, I forgot to do one very important thing: learn Italian. 503 more words


Wide Eyed & Mystified

After a quick stop to experience our first taste of true Italian Pizza, my group made its way to Sant’ Andrea della Valle. We made our way through the winding streets and took in the Roman architecture on the way. 265 more words


Roman Holiday

From the moment I stepped out onto the balcony, I found a home in Rome. The air was warm and the wind was soft and slow. 394 more words