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Photo Friday: Cellole, Campania, Italy

written by M.E. Evans January 24, 2014
Photo By F. Rossi

Photo By F. Rossi

Photo By F. Rossi

Photo By F. Rossi

My  favorite parts of Italy are the parts that nobody goes to see. I love the old farm country, the tiny cities where there isn’t anything substantial in terms of tourist sites. My husband’s parents grew up in Campania and so we spend a lot of time there cruising around in the country. My husband took this photo in Cellole, Campania, Italy. It has gorgeous landscape and I’ve never seen a tourist there (I’m sure they exist, but they are so few they are undetectable).

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Janice Robinson January 24, 2014 at 7:11 am

I LIVE in one of those places in a small village of about 1300 people. Can say I am not sorry I decided to not live in a city. Here where friendships are deep and time is not important…life happens deliciously.

M.E. Evans January 24, 2014 at 6:52 pm

I love the small cities, too. I spend a lot of time in them. It’s very different but very cute. The only thing I really hate about small towns (even in the US) is the gossip. SO MUCH GOSSIP!

Jaja August 18, 2014 at 11:10 pm

Dear Miss Misty Evans,
I am a 19 year old US immigrant from the Philippines, who is still struggling with destructive depression brought by nostalgia. I cannot remember how I stumbled upon your page. My plans in life do not involve Italy (well, not yet… not at this point of my life, at least), though I have always been fascinated by Italian culture, or traveling and getting to know different cultures in general.
I just want to say you are an awesome person. I love everything you say and you will say about anything. You are a breath of fresh air in my odious and lame life.

You are amazing.

With love,


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