Travel Blogs from Sarnano
LOCATION: Sant'onofrio LOVELY, JUST LOVELY -—-—-—-—-— ;-—-—- Today was such a great day. We performed New Theatrino to not just a lovely bunch of kids but to a great bunch of teachers. LIA, our contact, reminded me of a little mouse. She was very confident in English, dressed super slick and cosy,... Gosh she just looked like a little ...
School location: Rome & Vatican area. KEEP THE BALL ROLLING -—-—-—-—-— ;-—-—-—- Today I sensed would be a grand day. I felt within me some ease and excitement about what to expect. Not only from the schools, but about little 2hr road trip after the Vatican school. Our line up today was sketches but low level sketches in both school. Normally for 1st media ...
... Personal bubbles do not exist to Italians.
I can take a shot of espresso like no other. And without sugar.
I'm allergic to red wine. That was fun.
Thirteen year old boys hitting on their teacher is not only acceptable to other teachers, but encouraged.
They greet me by saying "bye!" because "caio" means both "hello" and "goodbye". So, Aloha!
Every day you learn something new! This has never been more true.
... Not having to decide if someone is yelling at me or just talking to me.
11. Toilet seats.
12. Normal levels of sanitation.
13. The pedestrian right-of-way.
14. Being able to look at a clock and seeing 2:30 instead of 14:30 and having to do the math.
15. A calm, or not so calm, sense of urgency.
16. American business hours!
... br> That night my host mom, Barbara (or Barb as I call her, and she hates it), took Samantha and I to the DISCOOOO. Hollah! Saturday was a holiday in Italy, and internationally, although its not celebrated, called Festa Della Donna. Its basically a day to celebrate women and the independence that they have. Men buy women flowers called Mimosas (how fitting), and at night they party. Barb brought me Mimoas home; ...