Today I delve a bit into cultural differences (though hopefully in a humorous and entertaining way). While the title is meant to grab your attention, I’ll try and be a little less judgmental as I explore the things I appreciate about living in Italy as well as the “things I have yet learned to appreciate.” As one commenter has pointed out, people in other cultures have been doing just fine for millennia – it’s our own perspective from a different culture that creates our discomfort. So, when you hear my surprise/dismay (usually indicated by “seriously!?!!?!?”), please understand, as I do, that this is just one person’s attempt to understand a culture not her own. (However, it is my blog, so enough with the disclaimers already!) Onward.
THINGS I APPRECIATE ABOUT LIVING IN ITALY
- Of course, the food (the Italian food) and the art (which are both fabulous…
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