Week 63

@silvietta1986

Silvia I was born and raised on lake Como, I graduated as a doctor in veterinary medicine in Milan and I’ve worked as a veterinarian for pets for almost 2 years. In the meantime I met the guy who now is my husband, an American officer of the US army, while he was on holiday in Italy. So I left everything behind me and now I’m living in Texas. I moved here in November so I’m still studying for being certified as a vet here too and trying to handle this new life. I love travelling (it’s so expensive here in the US ouch!), riding horses, cuddling with my doggy and hiking with my hubby.

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Week 62

@paroladelgiorno

KeithCiao!  My name is Keith.  I studying for my Masters degree in international relations at St. John’s University in Rome.  I have been living in Italy for almost two years.  I have visited Rome more than a dozen times over the years as well as other places in Italy.  I am Italian-American so every trip to Italy is a way for me to get in touch with my roots and learn more about the culture and country that my family left all those years ago.  I also run a successful blog called “Parola del Giorno” with my friend, Giuseppe, where people learning Italian can improve their vocabulary and learn about Italian grammar. 

 

Week 60

@icebergproject

 

CherThis week we have Cher Hale with us! She is “an instigator of adventure and romance on her blog The Iceberg Project, where she teaches people how to charm Italians with their own language.”

Enjoy!

Week 57

@ssilvestori

Silvestro1Hello everybody! This week we will have Silvestro with us, from Lecce! Here it is what he says about himself:

“Greetings from Lecce. For the last 10 years I’ve run my own cooking school here in Lecce. I’m also a national-certified sommelier here in Italy. I bicycle Southern Italian wine country two months each year.”

So let’s discover his week!

Week 55

@MarcoAlbonico88

Marco eduMy name is Marco Albonico, I am Italian, and I am 25 years old. I live in Italy. I have a Master’s in International Relations from Richmond, the American International University in London. Upon graduating from Richmond, I worked in sales and in the customer service sector for INFINITI.
I recently moved back to Italy as I am studying in order to be a diplomat.
I am passionate about social media, climate change, sustainability, and having lived abroad far from home in countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom, I do appreciate Italy!

Week 52

@oddlygeek

StefanologoHello everybody! For this new year’s eve week we have Stefano with us, that introduces himself as follows:
“Hi, I am a digital italian dad and a software developer, passionate about good food, sea and science fiction. I live in Cento (FE), and I’d like to share something about ‘la bassa’ Emilia Romagna.”
Enjoy!

Week 50

@matthew_nu

io2 Hi everybody, this week is my turn! My name is Mattia and together with my sister (almost true!) Vale (@valeversa), I am admin of this wonderful project 🙂
Italian, I was raised in Forlì and currently living/working in Ravenna, very far from my hometown (30 km). I love playing music, cooking and joking about my hairstyle.
This week I will be helped with another sister (this time a real one), @missmix123 – that will hopefully run a week by herself, too, one day 😉
Hope you will enjoy this time together!

Cheers,
Mattia

Week 49

@freecris

CristianoHello Everybody!
Next week’s curator will be Cristiano from Biella: as he says, a “little rainy spot between Milano and Torino (or, better between Torino and Milano)”.
He is a 43 years old computer scientist, book-eater, cinema fan and “photographer” (quotation marks added by him).
Follow his week to find out more!

Week 44

@professore2012

JosephHi my name is Joe I’m an english teacher and I live in Sicily, in a medieval hill top village near Taormina called Forza d’Agro which is known for the filming of the 1972 Godfather films which were filmed in this town and a few other nearby locations. Sicily is a very interesting place and  it was the birthplace of my paternal grandparents. I decided that I wanted to trace my roots, so I came to live in Sicily and to know Sicily, its people and its diverse culture.

Week 40

@RicGRuffolo

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My name is Riccardo Ruffolo, I am a Sicilian transplant in Los Angeles, California. I moved out here to pursue a Master in Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California. Now that I’ve graduated I work in the field of Internet Governance. My interest in e-diplomacy is what drew me to this initiative. I love the US, my beautiful native island, and everything pop culture and entertainment related.