Flour, anyone?

The other day, I had the amazing experience to see how truly organic flour is produced in Sora.

I left Rome for the Countryside…

As of this moment, I’m writing this blog, situated in the kitchen of the guesthouse I’m staying at. A rustic pizza oven’s to my right, a banged up playable guitar’s to my left and a beautiful dog at my side. Here, the door always stays open until dark as fresh air constantly blows in along…

Cinque Terre: Can I live here please?

Visiting the town of La Spezia, you can’t not visit Cinque Terre. Pronounced as “chink-eh tear-eh” (of course with an Italian accent), you find these beautiful villages built on enormous rock faces. Each of the 5 are located on the north west coast of the Italian Riviera. It’s shores touch the Mediterranean and trails lead…

Lucca: The town of surprises

Sunday morning, we parted from sunny Florence and started our day out with a 3 hour stop to the town of Lucca.

Sorrento – Capri – Positano…I’m in heaven.

I’m not exaggerating when I tell you I saw all of the things I want in my “Pinterest” dream house today. From flower awnings, cast iron gates, ancient looking stone work and cats that roam sidewalks. Sorrento is this cute city on the water that offers easy access to two main day trip excursions: Isle…

Why you should resist taking the metro in Rome

First and far most I am not protesting against the metro because I’m a “germ-freak”. Yes, the metro is nasty–there was someone smoking inside the building and people would spit in the corners— BUT like I said…those weren’t all the reasons I chose to walk today.

Very first 3 hours in Rome – in a nutshell…

Today honestly felt as though I’ve lived the longest day. It was to a point I forgot what day it was. With all the connecting flights, trains, and endless walking; Rome welcomed me with open arms. It’s difficult writing this blog entry because it still seems surreal I’m actually here. I just came back from…

Commence: This Blog-Thing of Mine

I’ve never blogged before, let alone written articles for people to read. Something about it has always terrified me. Though…fear not! I decided to start up this blog and become the hiatus hunnie I’ve always wanted to be. No more being scared!