I am constantly looking for new ways and approaches to improve my Lithuanian. Learning any language is ultimately the best way to feel part of a community and a culture: this is why I find the Lithuanian Dream Podcast to … Continue reading Lithuanian Dream Podcast or How Does Lithuania Sound in English?
When I was around ten years old, I loved to sit near my father and watch Italian Political talk shows. That was a bit weird if not precocious but nothing strange if you think that my grandfather, around the same … Continue reading My Biggest Challenge with Lithuanian Language
It was a beautiful warm summery evening when, last year, I attended (as a spectator) an event organized to promote Lithuanian culture within foreigners living in Lithuania. Poetic Umbrella (Under Lithuanian Culture and Language Umbrella, to be correct) is an … Continue reading Hacking Lithuanian Through Songs [+ Lyrics Translated]
I was stuck (we all are, at a certain point). I had joined a level that allowed me to have a colloquial conversation about everyday life, in Lithuanian. At that point I mentally laid down on a couch, turned on … Continue reading Hacking Lithuanian Language Through Podcasts [+ Bonus]
Some days ago I posted my article about awful edible things found in Lithuania into Foreigners in Vilnius, a very active Facebook community known practically to every foreigner in the town that has something like 13.334 members. When I opened … Continue reading 3 Very Best Lithuanian Dishes (so far)
“If times do not demand the best of you, invent other times” When I started reviving the blog, this phrase came to my mind. I guess I even posted it on Facebook. It comes from Baol, an Italian novel I … Continue reading Baol
Here is a painful truth: there’s so much people blaming on Lithuanian food. It seems that Italians are within the most close minded regarding embracing cuisines that are any different from their own and that is sad but most of … Continue reading 3 Awful Things I Have Eaten in Lithuania
I grew up in a very small village nested in Central Italy, studied in Rome and than, during my Erasmus, in France but until the point I arrived in Lithuania I definitely thought it was all fine with me. I … Continue reading The Fabulous Story of How I Learned Spanish in Vilnius