How Italy Feels, July 20

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I cannot believe that it’s July already!!!

Guys, I’ve been back from our 10-day Sicily west coast road trip. It was more than awesome. I’m still posting the tiny part of our Sicily trip on my Instagram, meanwhile, uploading more with the full story here.

 

I guess you’ve already known that we have two little monsters (cats), Flerken and Loki. Normally when we travel for more than a weekend time, we will send them to their grandparents (Luigi’s parents) in Montefiascone. So, naturally, we’ve got two more weekends there before and after our Sicily trip. I’ve tried to catch the chance and enjoyed the early summer days in that amazing little town as well. 

 

You know, the biggest part of living in Italy, is not about Rome, Milan, Florence. It is about an Italian lifestyle, or you can call it “slow living” in the no-name countryside. Well, of course, they have names, just you haven’t heard about those names.

playing with water and sun notstop in our Sicily trip
Salty and Sun, we've enjoyed so much in Sicily, especially with those only-known-by-the-locals hidden gems
the best breakfast spot in Montefiascone on the Bolsena lake
We had the best relaxing breakfast there with our new friends in Montefiascone
this stunning sunset with the 3rd biggest dome in Italy is happening daily in Montefiascone
It was just a random walk in the sunset hours, and everything is so beautiful. Can you imagine a sunset like this is happening everyday in Montefiascone?
capture this moment with the tree and the flower from Italy's countryside
The tree "glows" outside the house - Montefiascone memory.

Guys, I’ve been back from our 10-day Sicily west coast road trip. It was more than awesome. I’m still posting the tiny part of our Sicily trip on my Instagram, meanwhile, uploading more with the full story here.

 

I guess you’ve already known that we have two little monsters (cats), Flerken and Loki. Normally when we travel for more than a weekend time, we will send them to their grandparents (Luigi’s parents) in Montefiascone. So, naturally, we’ve got two more weekends there before and after our Sicily trip. I’ve tried to catch the chance and enjoyed the early summer days in that amazing little town as well. 

 

You know, the biggest part of living in Italy, is not about Rome, Milan, Florence. It is about an Italian lifestyle, or you can call it “slow living” in the no-name countryside. Well, of course, they have names, just you haven’t heard about those names.

playing with water and sun notstop in our Sicily trip
Salty and Sun, we've enjoyed so much in Sicily, especially with those only-known-by-the-locals hidden gems
the best breakfast spot in Montefiascone on the Bolsena lake
We had the best relaxing breakfast there with our new friends in Montefiascone
this stunning sunset with the 3rd biggest dome in Italy is happening daily in Montefiascone
It was just a random walk in the sunset hours, and everything is so beautiful. Can you imagine a sunset like this is happening everyday in Montefiascone?
capture this moment with the tree and the flower from Italy's countryside
The tree "glows" outside the house - Montefiascone memory.

Coming back from the trip, I’m thinking about writing some new topics with you this month. Personally, I’m so into the Mediterranean lifestyle from travel destinations to the slow-living concept. I want to share more with you in this direction, meanwhile trying to adopt this lifestyle. Hope this is what you would happy to see from this blog and see you next month.

It's too early to enjoy a fig in July
It's still too early to have figs in this month, but coming back to our lovely home in Rome, and back to normal life makes me feeling great.

Coming back from the trip, I’m thinking about writing some new topics with you this month. Personally, I’m so into the Mediterranean lifestyle from travel destinations to the slow-living concept. I want to share more with you in this direction, meanwhile trying to adopt this lifestyle. Hope this is what you would happy to see from this blog and see you next month.

It's too early to enjoy a fig in July
It's still too early to have figs in this month, but coming back to our lovely home in Rome, and back to normal life makes me feeling great.
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