June 19, 2007
Q: Give us a brief rundown of your travels so far.
A: Well... I've been to several different countries, and have seen a lot of
Q: What are your living conditions like?
A: We live in a villa in Firenze (
Q: What are the classes like?
A: Classes are difficult, but great because we have Italian professors that really share the culture with us. Its awesome because a lot of what we're learning about- renaissance artwork and history- is here in the city.
Q: What is the most unexpected part of your experience?
A: I'd have to say the Greek cruise. The original field trip was planned for
Q: What is the craziest thing that has happened?
A: We went to this beach that you could only reach by swimming to it. Everyone got stung by jelly fish but three people. It was great.
Q: What is your least favorite Italian word?
A: Hmmm..... maybe "schoparo". It means "strike" in Italian. Which means the trains aren't running, which means you'll need to re-plan the weekend you just spent hours organizing.
Q: What is the Italian word/phrase you like the most?
A: "No lo so" meaning "I don't know".
Q: What is the most amazing thing you have seen?
Q: What thing do you miss most about
A: My teammates, being able to drive my truck, and
Q: What food do you miss most?
A: Chipotle. Hands down.
Q: What Italian food do you like the most?
A: I love all of it!!! Our cook here at the villa is great, I've eaten pasta that I didn't even know existed. In
Q: If you grew up in
A: Probably Rosella. That's my Italian teacher and I love her so I'd name myself after her.
Q: What is the crazy Italian fashion trend that with soon be hitting the states?
A: Hmmm... they have this mullet looking hair cut. I could see
Q: Where else in the world do you want to travel next?