Italy. The country of art, of music, of literature. And most importantly, the country of contrasts. Find out what my reverse culture shocks were when moving back to my home country.
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Moving is bound to bring changes. When the moving involves switching countries, this can be extremely overwhelming at times, bringing about what are normally referred to as 'culture shocks'. As a young Italian in the UK, these were mine.
(photo courtesy of http://www.businessinsider.com/) I was on the train yesterday, on my way back to Milan to then get to the airport and catch my flight. It was a bright, warm and sunny day, although the early morning covered everything in a fuzzy haze of tiredness which clouded up my vision for most of the trip. To … Continue reading WE’RE ALL HUMANS
Poland has been a great trip for a lot of reasons, from it being my first proper solo trip to all the amazing places I got to see and all the things I got to experience. Landing in the middle of the night in a foreign land, taking an overnight bus across the whole nation … Continue reading 5 THINGS I LEARNT IN POLAND
You know how New York City has a world famous museum of Modern Art, always advertising the most interesting exhibitions in the world while you are lying in your foreign bed wishing you were there to see? Well, I will have you know Scotland tried its best by having its own version of it, except … Continue reading A TRIP TO THE GoMA