Hey! I really love your blog, you, how funny you are on instagram with the 'Oh we're clapping',yeah stalked you. I also feel with you about how hard it is to make friends when you don't know the language. I am half Italian and dying to be an exchange student, but now I don't know where: Italy/ US. Since you expierenced them both, I was wondering which one you would really recommend. I want to go for the fun and expierence, not educational in any way. Hope you awnser !
A message from rauwrrdinosaur
Hi, how is it going in Italy? I'm 15 and from Belgium and next year I'll be going on exchange to Italy for three months (with the organisation AFS, I don't know if you know it) I just want to ask if you have any tips for me, what to expect? I read that you've had a hard time making friends and I'm really scared I'll have the same problem.. BTW I'm so jealous of the fact that you're staying in Sicily because last year I was hostsister to an italian girl from Siracusa in sicily!
A message from Anonymous
Hey, so I am going to Italy next year (not sure where yet) and I just wanted to know, how long did it take you to understand most of the language, also, *ahem any hot italians?? ahem*
A message from cecilyistrong
Hey there! I'm rEAlLY considering on going on a youth exchange with Rotary... in fact, I got picked. I just decide if I'm going to go lol. I feel really nervous and scared about getting to my host country and feeling totally lost and confused and alone. Eeeep. How has your situation been making friends? Did you join any clubs? Sorry for all the questions, lol! :D
Another update - because I haven’t in a long time.
When you put 2 and 2 together and finally understand a certain phrase:
A message from ontothenext-adventure
Hiii I love your blog, I hope to be in Italy like you next year :) however, I was just wondering how you dealt with being a a senior there... Like have you already graduated your high school back home? How did you deal with your classes and stuff like that...I'm freaking outtt