Category Archives: Italian Culture

You catch it and eat it


Someone asked about one of my photos from my hike…I believe this place is new as I have not seen it before, but since I never noticed those stairs leading to the sea for a swim, well, maybe I should … Continue reading

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Change of heart


Somewhere in all this summer heat I’ve found myself again. Hot, sweaty and tired but slowly I feel like I am coming out of the fog of my life. Of course, I am fully aware that this could just be … Continue reading

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I’m on a roll…


Spring is definitely my favourite season and I am a bit wisteria obsessed too…so, here is another mini-photo session from today’s walk with Yuri, the wonder dog. He is not mine, he is my nephew, and I love him so … Continue reading

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Best Parking in Camogli!


  This past weekend I participated in another car event. This one was a much larger group and we had the privilege of parking along the extended walkway in a sweet seaside village called Camogli. After another four hour lunch, I … Continue reading

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Raduno Fun


My love affair with vintage cars and motorbikes continues and the Spring season is kicking off with a string of upcoming Car Rallies. Yesterday, I participated in one at a small seaside village called Bogliasco. After my first full year … Continue reading

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Bidets Unite!


Apparently, not all bidets are created equal. Who knew! For the past two years I’ve been knee deep in drama I would rather pass on, a book project that I had a love/hate relationship with (resistance can be quite powerful) … Continue reading

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Verona. Wherefore art thou?


  Let’s face it, Romeo and Juliette is mostly about a cute rich chick on a balcony who fell in love with the dude from the wrong family and then a religious guy who meddled into their business and screwed … Continue reading

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