No hay fecha que no llegue ni plazo que no se cumpla

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Bien dicen que no hay fecha que no llegue ni plazo que no se cumpla. El 15 de agosto del 2012 comencé una increíble aventura al dejar mi país para venir a Italia a cumplir un sueño. Por fin terminé mis estudios, tengo un diploma y un nuevo idioma dominado. Conocí mucho más de la cultura italiana y de su historia. Logré entender el dialecto napolitano y hacer un verdadero Tiramisù. Hice amigos que se volvieron parte de la lista de las personas más importantes en mi vida. Tuve la oportunidad de estar cerca de la persona que amo durante casi 11 meses. Me llevo 83 kg de equipaje físico y toneladas en el corazón. Hoy llega el día que trataba de evitar ver en el calendario. No me quiero ir pero la situación es así e che possiamo fare? 

Hace una semana dejé el departamento; quedó como aquel 17 de agosto, con sus paredes blancas y un gran espejo en la pequeña sala. Sin cojines, sin sábanas ni almohadas, el baño sin cosméticos y el perchero ya no tenía ningún abrigo colgando, ningún paraguas. Le di las llaves a Vera y me fui a casa de mi amiga Andy a pasar la noche. Después de eso fui a pasar los últimos días con Lorenzo en Nápoles. Cada tanto, me salían las lágrimas y solo me quedaba en silencio pensando qué será de nosotros. El futuro no está escrito. Pero no hay persona más fuerte y más positiva que él. “Mal que vaya, nos vemos en Diciembre, voy para año nuevo.”

 

Espero encontrar la oportunidad de estar pronto de regreso aquí y sabemos que mejores cosas están por venir 🙂
-Boarding time-

 

I really don’t know how to translate the saying in the title of this post. Maybe: there’s not a date or deadline that will not be complied. In august 15th I start the incredible adventure leaving my country to come in Italy following a dream. Finally I finished college, I got a diploma and a new language was learnt. I met a lot about of italian culture and history. I’m understanding Neapolitan dialect. Got friends that become family and the most important people in my life. I had the chance to be near the man who I love for about 11 months. I’m carrying 83 kg of physical baggage and tons  in the heart. Today is the date I was trying to avoid in the calendar. I don’t wanna leave but this is the situation e che possiamo fare? 

Last week I left the apt; was empty just like august 17th, white walls and a big mirror in the little living room. No cushions, no linens or pillows, the bathroom without beauty supplies and the coats were not in the rack, either the umbrella. I gave Vera the keys and I went to Andy’s to pass the night. Then I went to Naples to spend my last days in Italy with Lorenzo. Once in a while I cried and in silence thinking about us. The future is unwritten. But no one is stronger or more positive than him. “At the very least I’ll see you in dicembrer for New Year’s Eve.”

I hope be back soon and I know better things are coming 🙂

-Boarding time-

 

Once upon a time in a Royal Palace…

Once upon a time there was a girl traveling with a memory keeper and a notebook…

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I confess I am obsessed with the royal life, well not the current royal life, I am talking about the royal life of the XV or XVIII centuries. Today we finally visited La Reggia di Caserta, a beautiful and huge palace just a few minutes from Naples. Kind of Versailles, this palace was constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples and actually, is the largest palace in Europe with more than 2 million m3.

This amazing palace has 1,200 rooms, including two dozen state apartments, a large library, and a theatre, some of those still furnished by original pieces (Bed heads and linens, bathroom furnitures and a huge collection of antique books in the library). The gardens and fountains are pieces of art. Such a great place to visit, as a museum and gallery inside of the rooms (expositions changing once in a while) or just walking or riding thru the gardens.

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Unplugged

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Well, now I am trying to enjoy my last days in Italy. It’s been so hard to say good bye to my friends cz I know will be so difficult to meet again those who live actually in the other side of the world.  Now I’m in Naples spending all the possible time with him and his family. This week we visited a little town called Palena about an hour by car from Naples. Small and very quiet, the perfect place to be unplugged from everything.

PS. There is not a place like Palena to sleep very well! Good night.

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All photos taken with iPhone5

 

Post 100: Graduation

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I really have no words to thanks all the support from my friends and family in this year. Finally I completed the course of Graphic Design at FIDI. As I wrote in the last post, I met amazing people and I hope to see them again soon. Was so hard to say goodbye to my teachers because I know will be more difficult to keep in touch. However I have some of them as friends on Facebook (God bless the social networks). About my friends, three of them are coming to my place to celebrate my birthday but I wish everybody could come too.

Gracias familia x apoyarme siempre; teachers and friends for sharing with me this time and also become part of my life, grazie amore x il tuo supporto tutto questo tempo.

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Photos are property of The Florence Institute of Design International

New Fav!

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No soy la clásica niña que tiene cien mil accesorios, 500 pares de aretes, 800 anillos y 2 mil collares, pero los pocos que tengo son porque realmente me encantan. Por lo general muy básicos y que vayan no solo con mi ropa sino también con mi personalidad.  Ayer iba caminando por el Duomo, y me llamó la atención una tienda de accesorios. Entré y parecía que un rayo de luz había iluminado la vitrina donde estaba este hermoso collar. ¡Qué mejor que una cámara! Simplemente, lo amo.

I ain’t the kind of girl who collect thousands of accessories, 500 pairs of earrings, 800 rings and 2 thousand necklaces, but the ones I have it’s because I really like ’em. Normally they are so basics and I try to set them with my clothes and my personality. Yesterday I was walking around the Duomo and I got struck by an accessories store. I came in and looks like this charm was lighted by a sunshine. I just love it!!!! 

http://www.accessorize.it