Tomorrow I’m off on a blogging tour to Cesenatico, a port town on the Adriatic coast of Italy. I’ll be part of a group of a contingent of 30 non Italian bloggers who’ve been invited for a long weekend to this seaside town which happens to have a canal designed by none other than the […]
Let’s Blog Abruzzo is a 2-day blogging workshop to be held in June 2013. Set in the lovely Italian region of Abruzzo, the programme offers inspiration, information and workshops for bloggers of all levels and niches, from personal, to food and travel, plus blogging for businesses. This event offers bloggers a great opportunity for networking, develop their […]
Oh this blogging life! That’s twice I’ve had a chat with BBC radio this week. First I had a chat with Roberto Perrone, an award wining Sicilian-born broadcaster and columnist who does the Mondo Italiano programme on BBC Three Counties radio. Then I was interviewed by Tony Livesy and Chris Mason of BBC Radio 5 […]
Well, we’re not sure if it’s really the dreaded swine flue H1N1 virus, but my other half thinks it could well be. Whatever it is, this distinctly flu-like illness, has laid all three of us low.
I can’t write. Well, not in the tradition pen and paper sense.
Yes, I know it’s odd to say it, but today’s (it was still ‘today’ when I started writing this!) encounter with the advocates was a little bit on the surreal side.
Ah, spring is in the air. It’s almost feeling balmy in Milan at the moment, as winter starts to drift definitively away.
Blog from Italy is about to become part of revolutionary new web based news service: GlobalPost.
A quick note: Regular visitors to my blog will know that I tend to tinker rather more than I should with the overall layout of this ‘ere blog. In keeping with my tendency towards tinkering, I’ve created a new left hand column, which is an extension of the former bottom left hand column which only magically appears on the home page.