Living without Internet

Since last week we don’t have internet at home. We haven’t had it before, but I got some free WLan Internet access during the nights. Since last week that has stopped as well, so after some tours around the city with my PocketPC I found few places where I have free WLan access. These places are know frequently visited during morning and night times while buying baguettes or ice cream (bred can’t be kept longer than a day in Italy, unless you use a saw and wanna scrub your throat. So you have to buy it fresh and eat it within hours. These people, Italians, sacrifice a lot of time to buy food on a daily basis. On the other hand there isn’t much else to do in Forli during summer 🙂


3 Responses to “Living without Internet”

  1. 1 Gabriele August 6, 2007 at 2:12 pm

    Do not generalize what you find in ForlĂ­ with Italy or Italians!
    Talk to the students coming from other parts of Italy and they will tell you how different is life in their region compared to ForlĂ­.
    Bred was one of the things I missed more when I was studying there, in my home-town (Foligno-Umbria), as in many other parts, bred lasts for a week or more! But you are right about Forlí´s baguette, which, I have to say, are exactly the same as the one you can find in Stockholm, they also last for 1 hour, don´t they?
    Ciao Ramis!

  2. 2 ferramis August 6, 2007 at 3:12 pm

    Of course my opinion about Italy is skewed strongly due to the strong influence of Forli’ (during the summer). However, the strange thing is that people from Sicily are complaining that the bred here is not hard enough 🙂 Strange people, indeed 🙂

  3. 3 Gabriele August 7, 2007 at 9:31 am

    hahah! On that I agree with you, we definitely are such a strange population!
    Take care Ramis, and don´t forget that Forlí is niiiiice!

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