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[1: 1,871 of 10,000] Pasta In Italy

In Article on March 11, 2017 at 11:06 AM

The pasta in Italy is the most delicious pasta I have ever tasted in my entire life. Even the packed pasta for mass distribution tasted great.

Whenever I think of Italy now, I would always remember the delicious Pasta al Pomodoro¬†that I have consistently ordered during my visit in Rome because it didn’t disappoint.

I never expected that I will travel the world when I was young. I lived in a simple town in the Northern Philippines and it never occur to me that I must travel. Now that I have experienced visiting different countries, I would recommend that it is great to travel for vacation. It is expensive sometimes depending on preferred set-up like 5-star hotel over lower ones, it needs preparation, but the positive impact outweighs every challenging bits.

Going to a new country awakens all the senses but mostly it triggers excitement and the sense of wonder. If I’ve never visited Italy, I could have not known the best way to be served with the authentic Italian pasta.

Go and plan your next adventure and discover something that will inspire you!

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[1: 1,833 of 10,000] When In Rome

In Journal on December 12, 2016 at 11:20 AM

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In few hours, I would be getting in a plane, and tomorrow I’d be walking on the streets of Rome. I look forward to enjoy the view and the feast. It will be amusing to utter every single thing that I dare to do and add… “when in Rome.”

My sister was right pointing out that this is one of the earliest civilization and some of its great architecture still erects as a proof of that. I hope the trip is as magical as I hope it would be.

[1: 722 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreaming

In Photo on August 17, 2012 at 11:22 AM

I am still dreaming of getting to Tuscany so watching Extra Virgin with Debi Mazar and his Italian hubby Gabriele Corcos inspires my siblings and I to bring Tuscany in our home.

This is one of the recipes from the show and we have it for breakfast today. Freshly made Bruschetta (means toasted Italian Bread but we’ve used a French Bread) topped with tomato, basil, drizzled with extra virgin olive oil and dashed with salt and pepper to taste.