One year and two days ago, I took a plane and flew into a new chapter of my life. It was a somewhat hasty decision. I was at my 6th semester of my bachelor in international hospitality management, and on the 7th semester, I was required to take a 3-months internship. I have a few passions in my life. One is food. Another is Italy. … Continue reading It all started one year ago…
In only four days, I will be on my way to go back to Italy, to Campi Flegrei. About six months ago I left, after having spent 3 months as an intern in connection to my education in International Hospitality Management. It was 3 months which greatly affected my life. It was a huge challenge and an amazing experience. Although, by the end of my … Continue reading The aliens are coming – watch out Campi Flegrei!
Food and meals are a very important part of the Neapolitan’s culture – this was clear to me from the beginning, and I’ve been fortunate enough to take part in real family weekend lunches as well as dinners, and it’s a very special experience. And it might sound strange, but sharing a meal is very different here from what it is in Denmark. And since it … Continue reading Danish cooking in Italy!
So, in case any of my methodology teachers ever stumble upon this blog, I want to highlight that these observations are completely unscientific! It is merely my narrow perception of things, and have I seen something once, I believe it is always like this! Here comes the list! 1. Apparently I am an Alien This I base on the numerous stares I receive daily. Walking on … Continue reading 10 things I’ve observed during my first week in Campi Flegrei