BEST PIZZA SO FAR IN ITALY? — EAT SOME CHOI – Documenting my life one post at a time

Pizza time again! Yep – 3 of 3 lunches where I had pizza. No complaints here, absolutely LOVE pizza. We were hanging out at Ravello (how come a lot of Italian words ends with o?), got hungry and needed food. Life boss found this restaurant online that had mixed reviews. Huh? Why would we even […]

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Revisiting Italy … Looking Up — My camera & I…

“One of the great joys of traveling through Italy is discovering firsthand that it is, indeed, a dream destination.” – from the book “Italy Luxury: Family Hotels & Resorts” by Debra Levinson One of my fellow blogger, Manja, wrote about their situation in Italy nowadays (regarding the coronavirus) and for some reason that beautiful country […]

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Cabin Fever and the Corona Virus — Englishman in Italy

The last three weeks have been a little strange to say the least, to be allowed to leave the house I need to print a self certification explaining why leaving my house is so important, which wouldn’t be such a problem if my printer had not run out of ink and if I could think […]

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Italian Friend Writes about the Virus in Italy. — I’m a Writer, Yes, I Am!

…the situation is serious enough, so much so that it has required confinement measures for the whole Italian territory. In practice they have deprived us of some freedom of movement and assembly; if I have to go to leave the city, I have to communicate it to the Authorities, but then I can move …… […]

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Life Under Lockdown in Italy — Small Town Straniera

Social distancing is always hard, but it seems even more confining for the Italians, ever a gregarious and demonstrative people…

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Statues in Southern Italy — retireediary

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Italia, ti amiamo (Italy, we love you) — my quest blog

Italy, we love you! Your extraordinary wealth of art and architecture dazzles our senses and ignites even our most latent sense of historical curiosity. Your heavenly cuisine provides all the sensual pleasures a lonely traveling soul could possibly desire. You’ve produced some of history’s most distinguished and intellectually gifted artists and scientists, from Leonardo […]

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White tablecloths, Bologna, Italy —

As the repercussions of the Covid-19 virus impact on every imaginable walk of life simultaneously across the world, I can’t deny feeling quite overwhelmed! The trials and tribulations of my watercolour painting seem rather insignificant at the moment, so I’m finding it difficult to work up the enthusiasm or the sense of purpose to write […]

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Italy explored – Bergamo — Streets of Nuremberg

With travel all but impossible in the days of the novel coronavirus, let us travel the worlds virtually via our blogs.This episode takes you to Bergamo in Italy’s Lombardy region.

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The attitudes and behaviours of men towards women and technology in Pakistan — Tim Unwin’s Blog

Gender digital equality, however defined, is globally worsening rather than improving.[1] This is despite countless initiatives intended to empower women in and through technology.[2] In part, this is because most such initiatives have been developed and run by and for women. When men have been engaged, they have usually mainly been incorporated as “allies” who […]

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