How is living in Italy? Is it really so fascinating as people think? It’s time to ask an expat again!
My dear Expats in Italy section is back and I couldn’t be happier because I really love this kind of posts. If you have been following me for a while, you know that I chat with expats living in Italy every now and then because I really want to know their opinion about life in Italy and Italian culture in general. For me, as a native, it is a great opportunity to look at Italy with different eyes and I hope that for you guys is a way to read about the opinions of people who live here without being Italians – and manage to survive!
I am so happy I can finally recommend you one of my most favorite Italian books!
What was stopping me from doing so? well, I was waiting for it to be translated into English and now it’s finally done. So now I can tell you everything about one of the best books I have read lately: The Eight Mountains by Paolo Cognetti.
Traveling to a foreign country can be challenging, sometimes.
And if you are traveling overseas, visiting a place which is completely new to you, it could be even more stressful. Not to mention the fact that probably you are visiting a country you have been dreaming of for ages and maybe it is your only chance to go there and you want to do everything right, without missing anything.
I have been focusing on Italian idioms quite a lot in my work, recently.
If you have been following this blog for a while now, you may remember that I have written a couple of posts on idioms that are related to food, other two on idiomatic phrases that have to do with animals, a post about Italian ways of saying that contain numbers and another one about idioms that are related to numbers.