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How to live in Italy and not die trying

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First of August

-Susana? …. Susana?

– Oui, Monsieur ?

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Traveler’s diary

Padwa. Włochy. Padua, Italy. Padova, Italia. It was a random choice.

Things I knew about Padua before my arrival: it is located in Italy.  The university is famous. They offer a scholarship for 10 months. It is next to Venice. Continue reading “Traveler’s diary”

Spanish flatmate in a nutshell

All truth about sharing flat with a Spaniard

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Inés. For you.

The story about magic endeavours that have happened in the city next to Venice.
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+10 reasons why not to date Italians

Have you ever heard the stereotypes about Italians? I am sure you did. There are couple of them that talk about food or the way they behave when they go out with friends.

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5 THINGS ABOUT ZUZANNA (EN)

How to live with a Polish flatmate and not to die trying.  Continue reading “5 THINGS ABOUT ZUZANNA (EN)”

ITALIAN STEREOTYPES 100% TRUE (EN)

We have already talked about not-well-known things that Italians have but… what happens with the things that most people normally know? Are the Italian stereotypes true? Let’s revise the ones that are 100% loyal to the reality.
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Five things that FOR SURE you did not know about Italy

 

We all know that Italy is about eating pasta, wonderful ice-creams and gestures when talking. But, is there anything about this country that we don’t know? Well, after living almost one year in here we can assure you that there are things that, despite the well-known stereotypes, will take you guys by surprise.  Continue reading “Five things that FOR SURE you did not know about Italy”

Education in Italy (EN)

I guess that it was impossible that having two teachers as parents did not have any kind of impact in my life. The thing is that, wherever I go, I always like to try to understand the educational system that the country has. So here you guys have a post that shortly explains how it works in Italy. Continue reading “Education in Italy (EN)”

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