Last weekend my fiancé played a rugby game in Florence and as you do when you live a couple of hours away, I booked a train ticket for the day. As I was thinking about how to spend my morning I realised that I've never actually written a post dedicated to Florence before! Well here we…
Streets of Ljubljana.Slovenia is one of the most underrated European countries. Even I am guilty of ignoring it at times, using it only as a drive through to get to Croatia. But once I finally visited the small Balkan country, I was hooked.
Living in Italy has some pretty amazing perks. The food, the history, the museums and churches, I mean do I really need to continue? But there is a big difference between traveling in Italy and living in Italy. As are there large differences between life back home in Australia and 'la dolce vita' here in Italia.
Carnevale in Venice.With Christmas just around the corner, I thought it would be the perfect time to write about some traditional Italian holidays and celebrations. But first, can we acknowledge the fact that Christmas is literally 44 days away? Where has this year gone!?
Colosseum in Rome.People often ask me what it's like living in Italy, and for the most part it is amazing. Obviously, it was an adjustment at the start in terms of lifestyle and way of living but generally Italian life is pretty simple.
To say that moving to Italy is an adjustment, is an understatement. As beautiful and amazing as it is, living in Italy comes with many quirks and traditions that one must get used to. Here are five things I've learnt so far: