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My italian life

Hello! My name is Amber, I am Dutch, but my boyfriend brought me to Italy. What was it like to learn the Italian language? It is a difficult language, grammar, even the order of words in a sentence. But to live in Italy you need to learn the language, because...
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25 years in Italy

I’m Martin Gani, a British journalist/travel writer/photographer/English teacher/translator/editor of Cypriot descent married to a Swiss/Italian national. To date I’ve published over 300 articles accompanied by some 400 of my photos in periodicals around the world as well as 10 e-books including a collection of celebrity interviews. What brings you to...
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I like everything about this country!

Hi, I am Gabriela, from Bulgaria, currently living in Milan. Actually the “currently” lasts since the far-off days of 2004. My biggest passion is to travel, so sometimes I might be out of town for a month, or two or six. Why Italy? I started learning Italian when I was...
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I feel that Rome is home now

My name is Natalie and I am originally from California, USA.  I studied food and it is still one of my greatest hobbies. Yes, I consider food a hobby! I use my spare time to wander around markets, experiment in the kitchen, and research future meals. I also love to...
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My life in a suitcase

My name is Eleanor and I have been living in Germany since 4 years. I’m a blogger. I manage the page “My life in a suitcase” – a guide for those who want to move to Germany or those who want more information about the country. Initially, the difficulties are...
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I’m still here 11 years later

I am a  50+-year-old British man, born in Hereford. Worked some, ran my own business (computer stuff) and then just had enough.  I live with my partner (Italian) who I’ve been with for 6 years and two Bearded Collies, near the centre of Milan. By day, a program manager for an...
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Questa Dolce Vita

My name is Jasmine and I’m a second generation Canadian from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I studied pharmacy and Italian before moving to Italy almost a year ago and am a self-professed travel junkie. Nowadays, I keep friends, family, and italophiles up-to-date with daily life in Italy as an expat on...
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I started my new journey

My name is David and I’m 29 years old, I was  born in Sicily, but I am currently living in Mainz, Rheinland Pfalz, Germany. I had already planned to travel abroad quite for some time, but because of work commitments, family and indecision on where to go, I was always...
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An attractive idea

I miss a bit my city in Sicily, but mostly I miss my family and friends! I guess it is the price we have to pay to build our future in Germany or anywhere abroad, we had no alternatives, but I do understand those people who do not feel like getting...