There is nothing more enchanting than beautifully moss-covered forests, and Sardinia is jam-packed with these earthly delights.
Do you like to hike within the deep folds of a forest?
It’s the little things that I miss the most about Sardinia, and seven months later I’m still heartbroken over leaving her beautiful, mysterious land. Considering I’m feeling all sorts of nostalgia over my breakup, I’ve decided to compile a short top 10 list of what I miss the most about her.
Top 10 Things I miss the most about Sardinia
- Saying buongiorno when entering any type of shop.
Time has gotten the better of me; but you, my dear Sardinia have captured me with your endless blue skies and calming blue waters.
When nostalgia gets the better of me, I turn to her … Sardinia!
I’ve had a few long time followers of My Sardinian Life email me asking how I’m doing in the great white north, and if I’m blogging about it. The good news is that YES, I am blogging about Victoria, Canada and you can check it out here:Victoriaology – by Jennifer Avventura
The sights, sounds and adventures of my new life in Victoria, BC, Canada.
My latest post on this beautiful city is about s…
I found an out-of-the-way Italian food import store the other day, and decided to check it out as I was craving flavours from the Med. The prices are very similar to the prices in Sardinia, Italy and I’m aware that on most products we are also paying an import fee.
Colour me surprised when I found my all-time favourite Sardinian extra virgin olive oil.
San Giuliano Extra Virgin Olive Oil – Alghero, Sardinia, Italy
I’m biased; I just can’t get enough of San Giuliano’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil, and when the time is right, I will pay those hefty import fees for something I so admire. It makes my mouth water and heart sing. It’s the perfect complement to any dish and heck yeah, it’s made in Sardinia.
Have you tried this delicious olive oil?A heavy price tag for Sardinian Gold – San Giuliano Extra Virgin Olive Oil I found an out-of-the-way Italian food import store the other day, and decided to check it out as I was craving flavours from the Med.
I’m proud to have been included in the quarterly on-line magazine known as Insiders Abroad. It’s a magazine from the English-speaking community with inside information and a yellow page directory for Italy, Spain and France.
It was such a pleasure to write a piece for this established on-line magazine that I burst with joy and did the happy dance all over the cobblestone streets of Sardinia.
It has taken me months to come to terms with this difficult decision, weeks to accept its fate and countless hours on how I would pen a letter to the island and islanders who opened their hearts and doors to the expat Canadian who tried to make it work.
My fingers linger over the keyboard, trying to find the right momentum, trying to find the right words while internally I struggle.
I have moved…
Meet Floppy and his Ass.
A wonderful perspective into the lives of two beastly friends.
This is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective.
"Art is never finished, only abandoned." Leonardo da Vinci "Basic human contact - the meeting of eyes, the exchanging of words - is to the psyche what oxygen is to the brain.