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Pieces of Vizzini….& the main church with mixed architecture

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by Living In Sicily on May 17, 2015

Mafia Boss Vows to Kill 9-Year-Old Child

A nine-year-old child’s life is in grave danger after a notorious mafia boss in the island of Sicily has vowed to slaughter him— no matter what the price. The ‘bloodthirsty’ mafia boss, who has... The post Mafia Bo...
by Foolocracy on May 16, 2015

Santuario Monte Scalpello and Madonna delle Grazie

4,5 km upp hills saint Giorgio and Madonna delle Grazie was celebrated at Monte Scarpello. This is a very ancient place where hermits lived before. Some devoted catholics walk they whole way up to the small church for this occasion to keep the old tr...
by Living In Sicily on May 3, 2015

10 Italian experiences that every wine lover has to live at least once

Wine, food, people make Italy an unique combination. 1. To spend a holiday in Piedmont Although promoted Tuscany is the region’s proximity to Rome and Florence, Piedmont is the region with the finest wines and the best restaurants in northern &...
by We care about your travel on Apr 12, 2015

Pic of The week: It is supposed to be a two lane road – Catania traffic

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by Living In Sicily on Apr 1, 2015

Pic of The Week: Trash art in the nature

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by Living In Sicily on Mar 25, 2015

Sicily is vary

Some days ago I got the perfect day as an example how vary Sicily really is. The same day some women accused me of not being a good woman; not married, not having kids and be a stay home woman. They said I was a bad woman working and travelling. The...
by Living In Sicily on Mar 25, 2015

A lock just as a message

So one of the owners has a bad habit to enter my habitat when I am gone, so instead of confronting the situation, which will not lead anywhere anyway, I bought some extra locks for the door to they can not enter with the extra key. It is an old baroq...
by Living In Sicily on Mar 15, 2015

A taste of Sicily with Chef Pietro D’Agostino

Sicily is close to my heart. I spent a few summers there as a child and I have vivid memories of the freedom enjoyed during hot summer nights, swimming in crystal clear waters and eating barbecued artichokes and almond pastries.. such happy times! Th...
by My Little Italian Kitchen on Mar 13, 2015

Thoughts regarding Woman’s Day

Women's day is big business in Italy and needs to be...all year around. As a woman from Sweden with a total different start in life and possibilities, comparing to my italian sisters who are not often so lucky, I make sure to have 365 days and consid...
by Living In Sicily on Mar 8, 2015

Just an ordinary evening in Sicily

Been busy weeks lately with many trips and events and also the carneval time passed. Was invited to a private carneval party where men dressed as women and vice versa. Some hot women...uhum...men..uhum...heshes from Sicily... I was called Giovanni fo...
by Living In Sicily on Feb 26, 2015

Pics of The Week: Visiting a orange field

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by Living In Sicily on Feb 18, 2015

Without friends you’re kinda fu**ed

During these six years in Sicily I have come to understand that without friends in Sicily you are kinda fu**ed. I have always put friends in first priority and the local family as later priority. Because in these six years I have left two sicilian fa...
by Living In Sicily on Feb 5, 2015

Pic of The Week: The local food market

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by Living In Sicily on Feb 4, 2015

Buying a car

I have bought a small car to just drive in the city and close villages. It is quite interesting to buy a car in Sicily. I went alone to buy a car and got treated very well in car shops and they even drove the car to my mechanic to make a control of t...
by Living In Sicily on Feb 3, 2015

Shit happened for over two years

Saturday I will leave this apartment (will start househunting) and today I told the only neighbors I do not get along with and live just under me, that for over two years I have heard every conversation they have had in the kitchen and all the shit t...
by Living In Sicily on Jan 29, 2015

Francavilla Pizza Challenge 11th February

11th February there will be a Pizza Challenge in Francavilla at Pizzeria Aragona. The participation is free with limited seats. If you adore pizza, then book a place for you here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1506278349611429/?pnref=story --------...
by Living In Sicily on Jan 25, 2015

Pic of the Week: Home and food for street cats (curious Jack London checking that all is ok)

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by Living In Sicily on Jan 21, 2015

Sicily

Sicily Sicily, the best place to retire Sicily is the magical island off the tip of the boot of Italy. Sicilians will tell you that it is basically a different country from the rest of Italy and they have good reason … Continue reading →...
by The Things Women Want on Jan 16, 2015

Street talk…

Today I heard a catanesi man complain to his friend that his wife has started to work and she does not "use her head anymore". I told him that "perhaps she has now seen how great it is to earn her own money instead of having you as a boss at home!" S...
by Living In Sicily on Jan 16, 2015


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