Travel Blogs from Numana
Thankful to know that at some point, I will be back in Merica, and I will never take these things for granted:
1. Toilet seats. You read correctly.
2. Cold drinks. Cold milk, cold water, cold juice, cold soda. Everything here is kept at room temp.
3. The fact that eggs are refrigerated.
4. The rule-abiding school system that I was ...
... completely out of place. In Rome almost everyone speaks English, but here only a couple people do. No one really talks to you, and when they do, they laugh and it feels like they're laughing at you, or talking about you. Definitely an uncomfortable feeling. The next day Mom and Dad's trip came to an end. After almost two straight days of traveling, they finally made it back to Seattle.
My first classes were ...
... a series of containers that heat the olive mush. After being filtered and heated a bit more the oil is ready to be put into containers and to cool off. The left over olive mixture can be reheated and reprocessed to get virgin olive oil and olive oil. These two varieties are not as sought after because they lack some of the full flavors and properties of the extra virgin oil.
Fat, as an umbrella term, has gotten a bad reputation in the ...
... as my grandmother passed away from the effects of this cognitive disease when I was six.
Now I am not so totally unrealistic that I think everyone in the USA will on the spur of the moment change their diets or have the resources to, but even if you cannot alter your entire diet to meet the requirements of the Mediterranean diet there are many aspects of it that you can incorporate into your everyday life. Easily you ...
... of the same quality
has to be sold at base prices. Which in my case means I can go to the local
centro-commercial and buy 5L of great quality wine for 6 euros; this is virtually
unheard of in the USA to all the shock of my blog reader right at this moment.
I know at this point you’re thinking wow this college student must be having a grand time over in Italy. To which I can answer yes, yes I am, but not for ...