Europe, Italy
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From Italy With Love.

Lake Garda, Italy, offbeat, Gargnano

It’s hard not to fall in love with a country so beautiful, a people so full of warmth and energy, a language so passionate, and what’s probably the best food on the planet. When you travel, sometimes the most unexpected of places feel like home. That was Italy for me.

Italy, porto venere, cinque terre

Porto Venere, Italy.

Lake Garda, Italy, offbeat, Gargnano

Lake Garda, Italy.

Cinque Terre, Italy, Monterosso

Cinque Terre, Italy.

I want to live in Italy some day.

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15 Comments

  1. travellingrome says

    Italy is very very nice, you can find many places where to live and fell the smell of food and traditional cousin, to admire the beauty of the nature and the history, the simpathy of people.

    • So true 🙂 I’ll be giving Rome a miss to explore the countryside though.

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  3. midaevalmaiden says

    The color of that water in the third pic is amazing. I would have enjoyed being able to see it in person.

  4. I was facinated by Capri Island when I visited Italy :)….you should try to visit Beirut as well its wonderful!!!

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  6. herve leger gowns says

    The sense that gives a person is very good, like fairyland

  7. Neetika says

    Hi Shivya,

    Love your blog! Heard about you from our friends at bruised passports!
    We are looking for a destination to travel to in November in Europe. We are thinking g about Italy or Spain. Do you recommend either? And what places?

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