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How Do You Study A Different Language?

Have you recently started learning another language? I started my study of the Italian language about six months ago using the Duolingo app even before I landed on Tuscan soil. 381 more words

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Cee's Which Way Photo Challenge: 12 Jan 2018

This Which Way challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we move from one place to another on.

These are photos taken in Italy. 12 more words

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A Day Trip to San Gimignano

About three months ago at the Zurich Airport’s Family Lounge Play Area, I met an English-speaking Italian couple with a cute little toddler. The woman’s eyes lit up when I told her that we will be staying in Siena, which also happened to be her hometown. 293 more words

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Carve and Set Free

Michelangelo once said: “I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.”

As my family was exploring the streets of Florence, we chanced upon this marble statue of the famous Renaissance poet… 107 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered

The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge is: Weathered: The Effect of Time and the Elements.

This photo was taken at the city center in Siena, Italy… 57 more words

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Christmas in Italy


Christmas in Padova. 

Growing up in Australia, Christmas has a very different vibe to its northern hemisphere friends. Instead of freezing our butts off in a cold or white Christmas and building snowmen, typically we are playing cricket at the beach and building sandcastles. 958 more words


The Italian Way

In Italy, things are done differently, it is the Italian way of life. Some of it is good, while others is not so good. Some of it is logical while others is illogical. 317 more words