Sunday, March 31, 2013

Info on observations/comments about Italy from Expats who live there


Here are some links on observations/comments about living in Italy by Expats who live in Italy:


  • Angloinfo® ITALY – "the global expat network" – "Your New Life in Italy" – "Everything you need to know about moving to Italy"
    • Angloinfo® – "the global expat network" – LIGURIA "Life on the Italian Riviera, in English"
    • Angloinfo® – "the global expat network" – MILAN – "Life in Lombardy, in English!"
    • Angloinfo® – "the global expat network" – ROME – "Life in Rome, in English!"
    • Angloinfo® – "the global expat network" – TUSCANY – "Life in Tuscany, in English!"
    • Angloinfo® – "the global expat network" – UMBRIA – "Life in Umbria, in English!
  • Expats in Italy – "for those who dream and for those who live the dream" – Source: web site 
  • Expats living in Rome – "AN INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL NETWORK IN ROME FOR EXPATRIATES" – Source: web site – ""
  • Italian Reflections"For travellers, settlers and expats alike" – Source: web site
  • ITALY - Expat Articles  – Source: Expats blogs – "An Experienced Shared"
  • Italy Expat Community for Expatriates in Italy – Free registration is required to view this web site – Source: InterNations – "CONNECTING GLOBAL MINDS"
  • Understanding Italy – "Italy, italia, Italian people, about Italian, about italy, where is Italy, Italian culture, culture of Italy, italian life" – Source: web site
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The above links as of this date are/were current. If anyone has any suggestions for any other additional web sites and/or links for reference, please feel free to post your comment and I'll update this blog entry.

Please note the above observations, comments, advice, opinions, etc. are from the authors of the above captioned blogs, articles, etc. However that being said, I personally believe that not everyone is suited to live in a foreign country.  Living in and/or working in Italy or anywhere else is a challenge to ones character, well-being, patience, perseverance, health and financial resources. Some people will and can flourish in a foreign culture and others may fail. I will be writing more in the future about the successes and on some failures.

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That's it for Sunday, 31 March 2013: domenica, 31 marzo 2013

Ciao, Ben

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