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Home is where your heart is.

With mixed feelings, I am sitting at the airport all alone. Foreigners and/or travellers are passing by and I am now one of them. Hello vagabond life (again)! I don’t know whether to laugh myself to tears about how much … Continue reading

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69 down, 69 to go.

This is it. The half-time mark has come, and now almost passed, by a couple of hours. Today I have survived and put behind me half of the time I have here in Australia. It feels very weird; I do … Continue reading

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European migrants became European survivors

The Migration Museum is a place full of stories, of survivors, of split-up families, of poor people, of desperate people, of people accepting Australia as their new homeland. Alessandro and I have spent five days in the air-conditioned offices of … Continue reading

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Sick for your home?

Homesickness is a vicious disease that can strike at any moment, without any symptoms or premonitions. Homesickness is like a virus, a feeling in your chest that something is wrong, a condition that is impossible for outsiders to detect. Homesickness … Continue reading

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The Game of Life.

WOOOOOW. Time moves so fast I’m telling you. I promise it feels like yesterday I moved in. All right, probably not yesterday cause the laundry’s drying up outside, food in the fridge is vanishing fast and money running low, anyways … Continue reading

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