New shores – again!

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I started this blog almost exactly three years ago, in September 2013 – when I moved to London. After one crazy life-changing Erasmus year and a very meaningful summer, I moved in with my little sister in Priory Park Lane.

It’s both amazing and a little frightening how time flies, now I am three years older and (hopefully) wiser, full of Englishness and rich in experience.
But I had enough of tea and biscuits – Now I want caffé and cornetto! Yes, I moved! 😀
Exactly today two months ago, Gonzo and me packed up our things and we left London. We didn’t know yet where and when exactly we’d arrive, but we had a vague idea.

IMG_5366_II-2.jpgHere I am now, new city, new experiences, new language, new everything! I am (almost officially) inscribed for a masters degree in Marketing and I am so excited!

Wish me luck!

Tanti baci from Rome!

XX, Angie

 

 

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Off to new shores!

After spending all Sunday (actually the whole last week, to be honest) cleaning and emptying our flat, Gonzo and me said good-bye to our lovely sun-flooded, memory-filled room in London and left super early today and spent the night at Luton airport, watching Netflix and trying to sleep in the luggage hall.

When we finally took the plane at 7:00 in the morning, I still didn’t realized fully that we’d never get back to that flat, that we sent everything but our summer-suitcases home and are in fact completely “disrooted”.

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After a delayed flight, several hours killed in a little café near Napoli Central Station because of a missed train connection and another delayed train, we are currently riding trough Italian landscapes waiting to join our friends and CinemadaMare in Maratea, a beautiful seaside-village, ready to get a tan, have caffé and cornetti every morning and shoot short movies.
We are loaded with ideas, equipment and expectations for our summer.

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What comes after? We’re up for a surprise – let’s see where we’ll land in autumn.

Off to new shores!

Tanti baci, Angie