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After I finish writing my book about cafes, coffee, etc. in Korea this September, I would like to take my camera and writing skills to Italy.
I've taught English in France, Sweden and now Asia. Do you think that I could also do this in Italy being an American and not having an EU passport?

Thank you for your time and consideration.


Felicia, Photographer


What a refreshing blog ! I'm happy to find you.
My son spent a week in Sardenia this August with friends and he said that it was beautiful - like the 'Australia' of Italy.
Your description in this post confirms it...

Emma Bird

Hi Scintilla

Thanks for stopping by.

What was it that your son thought was like the 'Australia' of Italy? Not having ever been to Australia, I'm curious...

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