Ciao a tutti, With only four more days left in my second trip to Sicily, I have been spending ample amounts of time reflecting with my host family about our experiences together. We add something new to our story together everyday, and are able to continuously impact others in this community as well. Every single […]Read More The REAL Experience of Teaching English Abroad – Is this for you?
Ciao a tutti, This is the special blog that I mentioned in the previous post. From reading the title, you probably have no idea where or what I’m talking about. Yes, it’s a long Italian name, and it is that of the hometown of my family. On June 13th and 14th, Grammy, Grampy, and I […]Read More Sant’Agata di Militello
Ciao a tutti, Tonight I’m coming to you as I’m absolutely exhausted, but with an open heart and renewed sense of purpose. It’s so easy to lose sight of your direction, and the inspiration that sent you down a particular path, in the midst of this crazy thing that we call life. I have been […]Read More The Sicilia Path Less Traveled
Ciao a tutti, It’s currently 11:28 p.m. Italia time (as Mama says), and I am sleep deprived and sun drunk. I honestly don’t know how or why I’m awake because I was wired last night and didn’t sleep, but as I always say… I’ll sleep when I’m dead? Inspirational? Yep. Today was the first beach […]Read More Beach Day No.1
Ciao a tutti, It’s been far too long since I’ve blogged, but it’s time for The Tiny Traveler to make a revival. Why now, you ask? Because… I AM GOING BACK TO SICILIA! ThIS is NoT a DrILL. I am so excited. I cannot wait. I have felt a calling to let my creative energy […]Read More The Revival of a Blog
Ciao tutti, I apologize for the delay in this post. After coming back from Palermo, I’ve barely had time to breath! My host mother’s friend, who I met during my first week in Sicily, had her baby on Tuesday! We were returning from Palermo, so we had to drive back to Catania later in the […]Read More Adventures in Palermo
Ciao, I’m finally sitting at my gate, and board in 34 minutes (from the time that I’m writing this sentence). I don’t know where the past 5 months have gone since I started planning this trip. Even though I am physically 10 feet away from my gate, this all still does not feel real. I […]Read More Arrivederci! (I’ve Waited a Long Time to Say That)