The Sacile weekly market is one of the best things about life in Italy!
Italy one year in has flown by! Here’s what I’ve learned after a year of living in Italy.
Today I’m sharing my experience living as an expat in northern Italy during the coronavirus pandemic. It’s a serious topic, but I felt it was worth sharing.
Moving abroad is a fun, crazy, and hard experience. Here’s how we’re adjusting to Italy so far!
Living as an expat means I’m constantly noticing cultural differences between the United States and Italy! Here are a few I’ve noticed so far.
We’ve officially been here in Italy for a month! In some ways, that feels so hard to believe – didn’t we just get here? But then I remember that I lived in a hotel for four weeks on base, and that felt long.
After five days in the car and nearly three days flying, we’ve arrived in Aviano! Y’all, we made it to Italy!