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Your porthole to paradise – Sardinia, Italy.
The Mysterious Flag of Sardinia
Cost of Living 2012 | Sardinia, Italy
The Daily Groceries | Sardinia, Italy
Where in the World is Sardinia?
10 Remarkable Reasons to Visit Sardinia, Italy.
Top 10 Sights in Northern Sardinia.
How to Hunt for Wild Sardinian Asparagus.
Welcome to MY Sardinia.
Top 5 Beaches in the Gallura. Sardinia, Italy.
The number one best thing about living in Sardinia.
La Pelosa di Stintino. One of Sardinia’s best beaches.
How to eat a 12 lb Sardinian Snapper.
Lord of the Boars | In Sardegna.
The Sardinian Fig | Ficus Carica.
Hunting Season Sardinia.
Nuraghe Sardinia | Where Only the Strong Survive.
How to pickle a wild Sardinian mushroom.
I love you more than Italian pizza.
A Morning with Marinedda
The Spanish Tower of Isola Rossa
The Raw Reality of Expat Life in Small Town Sardinia
My Expat Lives | Celebrating Four Years in Sardinia, Italy
My Expat Job Struggles | Sardinia, Italy
On being an Expat in Sardinia, Italy.
Chase the Dart | Believe in Dreams
Look what I found in Oz.
How not to make Sardinian Seadas.
The highs and lows of the Italian stamp. An ongoing series.
Crime & Blood | Donate
My favourite places on the planet series.
Bondi Beach. Sydney, Australia.
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
Northern Territory, Australia.
Cabo Frio. Rio di Janeiro, Brazil.
Top 6 things I’ve learned in a year of blogging | Part One
Top 6 things I’ve learned in a year of blogging | Part Two
Life before the Internet | Remembering Youth
Blog surfing one peace at a time.
For the love of blogs.
My Seven Links.
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Living in Sardinia must be just like a dream. 🙂 My husband grew up in Rome (currently, we’re in Seoul), but we definitely wanna spend some time living in Italy at some point in our lives…
To the person looking for a place to rent in Bosa. We have a lovely house near to Bosa set in a olive grove and vineyard. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a huge lounge with an enormous fireplace and large diner kitchen. Outside there are two large balconies and a private balcony within the roof. You can walk into Bosa as it is about 3k but it is better to have a car. Due to our increasing work in UK we are willing to rent this out for long periods at a reasonable rent.
please contact me on email@example.com
This looks like huge fun, think I’ll linger a while..
Please do, The Rider. I hope you like the view!
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Hi Jennifer… how do you make your living in Sardinia, if I may ask?
I was unemployed for the first 3 years but am now working in a large hotel as a waitress.
Good luck Jennifer! I thank you for satisfying my curiosity.
This is a great blog! Congratulations for the idea and for its realization! Keep on writing!
Wow! Thank you justjulia! Your comment has made my day!
Jey Jennifer, I read your experience in Sardinia. I was thinking about just getting a house there. I wouldn’t have to work but what do you think about living there? Is it fun? Can I get around the Mediterranean easily? SHould I just buy a house in San Diego and stay there? LOL
It’s a great place to live! Go on and buy a house there you won’t regret it!
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