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Today I had one, simple goal: send a package to Australia using the Italian Post Service (or rather, PosteItaliane). I was successful. Eventually. The first post office I found I walked in, stood around for five minutes and then walked out again because nothing made sense. I was aware that the post office was also used by many locals for bill payments, banking and other services. This made it rather difficult to figure out where to go with (understandably) no signage ...
... next to a Piazza and a heap of shops, and above what has to be the best and cheapest Italian Restaurant I have ever laid eyes on. Margarita Pizza 3Euro, Special Seafood Spaghetti 7Euro, Creme Caramel 3Euro, Lasagne for Jesse 5Eu, Large Peroni for me 4 Eu. What a ripper place. This would account for our dinner for the next 5 nights. Awesome. The neighbourhood was really great with markets, bars, food stalls, fashion shops and by far the best running track in ...
... We just decided to call it a day, head back to the room and try again tomorrow. We've seen a lot of big things under construction in Italy, which is somewhat disappointing. Since there's not much else to report from today, we thought we'd let you in on the secret to unlocking communication in Italy. Turns out, you really just need one word - prego. It can mean literally everything! We though it just meant you're welcome, but then couldn't understand why people said ...
We rode through the fashion district near the Spanish steps and I saw all the fancy brands that I saw in Hong Kong only a few days ago.
These stores were a fraction of the size, in these small cobbled streets, but they seemed much more genuine.
It was like they were craft stores trying to make the best product they could, with tools and imagination and masterskills, rather than an ostentatious excuse to take money from rich ...
... flight had been cancelled. Already annoyed by the fact we had been sitting for over an hour and a half waiting for a gate, I go to ask a woman how she can help me understand what was going on. Now I have noticed a trend by now of how much people do or don't care in Europe about situations. I am used to in our culture people fixing things and the customer service being less of a hassle. I explained to her that ...