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Travel Italy

I studied abroad in Italy in 2007 and 2009, in Perugia and Ferrara respectively. In 2010 I took myself on a celebratory graduation trip for one month, meeting up with a dear friend and then travelling alone in the South for two weeks. Italy remains one of my favourite places to visit, and I still find myself pulling an Italiana and gesticulating wildly from time to time.

I don’t have much writing from this period in my life, but I have included a couple of pieces from my old blog Trovarmi in Italia (To Find Myself in Italy). I blame the lack of internet four years ago. I feel like I should post my tesine from my classes to prove I was, in fact, once fluent in Italian, but we’ll see.

Left, Right, Oops, Canal….

Florence in Five Hours

Bologna: La Resistenza

Dont forget to check out my photography page for Italy!

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