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      Living In Italy
      Hilarious Expat Adventures – How To Survive The Good Life

      by Stef Smulders, Emese Mayhew

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      • Release date: November 1, 2016
      • Language: english
      • Publisher: Babelcube
      • ISBN: 9781507162965 (1507162960)
      • Genres: travel, italy, memoir, humor, biography
      • Format: paperback, 280 pages
      • Author: Stef Smulders, Emese Mayhew

      About The Book

      Would you dare to follow your dream and move or retire to Italy? Stef & Nico did, although their dog Sara had her doubts. Now from your comfortable armchair you can share in the hilarious & horrendous adventures they experienced when they moved to Italy to start a bed and breakfast.

      For lovers of amusing travelogue memoirs who like a good laugh. And for those interested in practical advice on how to buy a house in Italy there is useful information along the way, pleasantly presented within the short stories.

      Glossary of Italian words and expressions included!


      Reader Views 2016/17 Literary Awards Winner

      Readers Favorite 2017 Award Winner Travel category

      Eric Hoffer Award Finalist

      2017 ELIT Award Winner Travel category

      New York & Amsterdam Book Festival Honourable Mentions

      ☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️ 4.4 Average Amazon Customer Review (100+ reviews)!

      Ever thought about moving to Italy? Think again. And do it anyway.

      Read about the hilarious and horrendous adventures of two Dutchmen and their dog who took the plunge and nearly drowned …

      Did you like “Under the Tuscan Sun” by Frances Mayes? Then this another great read for you. The story is situated in the beautiful but unknown Oltrepò Pavese wine region south of Milan. With its smooth hills, medieval castles, ancient villages and endless vineyards it is called the Tuscany of the North of Italy. Read the stories and discover another hidden gem of Italy!

      Readers’ Favorite 5 stars review:

      “A thoroughly entertaining read and a unique introduction to ‘the Italian way’!”

      In 2008 the author emigrated to Italy, bringing husband and dog along, to start Bed & Breakfast Villa I Due Padroni. But a lot of hurdles had to be taken before the first guests could be accommodated.

      In this book Stef reports about his adventures in buying and reconstructing the house, obtaining a tax number and a bank account, registering at the commune and at the national health service, importing their car and a range of other things that led to a myriad of bureaucratic troubles. These problems were always resolved in a truly Italian fashion, leading to raised Dutch eyebrows and hilarious scenes.

      About mafiose real estate agents, Mussolini-type builders, lousy plumbers, Italian neighbours and much more!

      As a reader you will encounter a range of characteristic Italians, from sympathetic to villainous, from moving to shameless. Real Italians of flesh and blood, sometimes cliché, sometimes surprisingly original. But always worth encountering.

      Readers’ Favorite:

      “a comical, often downright hilarious account”

      “Stef writes in a style all his own that keeps you riveted and thoroughly entertained.”

      “the true essence of the Italian people without falling into the usual stereotypes”

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