Alessio and Simone have proved that with a little lateral thinking, and the will to adapt, there is always hope! As they say here - "Largo ai giovani" - make room for the young!
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Clémentine Pacmogda, or Clem, as many friends call her, is an ebony-skinned young woman, who radiates cheerfulness and sheer positivity around her wherever she goes. She has a story to tell....
In recent years, there has been a big come back to genuine foods, and many people purchase from local producers. And then there are those who do it all by themselves....
Wouldn't you fancy getting into an aristocratic mood, in a castle which dates back to the fourteenth century and can boast its very own ghost? You would? It can be done!
Come to think of it, a blog on Italy simply wouldn't be complete, if at some point, we didn't mention one of the things our little boot is world-renowned for; WINE!
The story of the Mariani family is very similar to others already told, but is yet again witness to the way things were in our area 60/70 years ago, when the mass emigration phenomenon was still in course. And yet again....they came back home.
Villa Tre Angeli was affected by the crisis along with everyone else, but we are feeling optimistic, and we hope that our positive outlook will bring about a change for the better.
Why is it that we have so many English/Welsh people in Bedonia? What is it that makes them want to live here - or come back from the countries to which they or their forefathers had emigrated? Good question, to which everyone has their own personal answer. Bar Lucia - yet another story.
The story of the Molinari family is quite similar to many others in the area, but their inheritance stands tall and proud right in the middle of Bedonia, and has been witness to a lot of sacrifice and pain.
We have a bone to pick with Italians........allowing their language to disappear is not cool.