Monthly Archives: June 2012

BRISBANE STYLE LIFE..WHERE THE SOUTHERN CROSS SHOWS YOUR WAY!

Dear Australian Friends, Francesca is writing. I’ m a student from the University of  Roma Tre, who had the extraordinary possibility to won the scholarship for a semester abroad in Australia, as you guys had, like members of this blog. … Continue reading

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Every cloud has a silver lining…

As these past few days the weather has been rather inclement, with a pale sun shyly peeping out of the clouds’ layers for just the blink of an eye before being engulfed once again in a leaden grey, I have … Continue reading

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Snapshots

(camera noise when taking picture)…Adelaide Zoo… Since I came to Adelaide, I’ve always wanted to go to its Zoo.                                                        I don’t like zoos in general, because I don’t like to see animals behind bars. I always have the impression that … Continue reading

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Culture in Sydney

I am a theater film musical play nerd who loves watching people pretend to be other people and tell stories about life and relationships. Therefor, it was quite obvious that I intended to go see a play while I was … Continue reading

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Almost finished!

I finished both my exams and my internship program. So, my academic experience in Australia is gone. It has been, without doubt, a great experience! As a matter of fact, thinking that I will be back to Italy in  ten … Continue reading

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Transnationalism

In one of my last lectures in the subject Global Migration Stories we had  an amazing guest lecture with Andrew Markus. The lecture itself was really, really good and it was nice to have a guest lecturer coming in which … Continue reading

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Aussie multiculturalism

The internship is moving along great. Since my main task is to write a marketing strategy on how to increase the community’s outreach, I have had some appointments with the people from the City Council’s media/communication department. They explained to … Continue reading

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living in Townsville, leaving Townsville

When you buy milk with an expiry date past your departure day, you know it’s soon. Living in Townsville was interesting. My favourite euphemism. Named after it’s founder, Mr Robert Towns, city’s name is quite accurate to its modern appearance. … Continue reading

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last week

Today, my last week of the semester is started. It began very early in the morning, because off course I couldn’t miss the match of Italy that played against Spain in the European Championship. But I think this is not … Continue reading

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On Melancholy Hill ;)

My semester here is slowly coming to its end… after submitting my last essay and doing last internet test I have only one more exam left.  The campus is seems to be really empty and quiet now… Unless a blackout … Continue reading

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