She finally arrived! Elena officially lives at PanePasta since August, but she arrived only in October.
She does not have any tattoos because "if the third world war comes and they want to deport me, they could recognize me by my tattoo".
gianni, laura, flavia - da mimmo - bergamo
in love with Bergamo! they were in brescia, i was i milano: we met halfway, in bergamo. delicious dinner, infusion and then they drove me back home.
frrrrriends and embarrassing bellyaches stories.
Ceci - bicocca - milano
perfect sunny-but-not-hot saturday afternoon.
"Ceci, what about going to hangar bicocca by bike?" "ok"
I like people that simply answer yes. Probably because I do not simply answer yes.
Dreaming about a world without cars. No, not without cars. A world where cars are used only when strictly needed.
We went where we had to go by bike and now our asses are harder than yours.
Giorgia - cape town - milano
We met on the train quarto oggiaro - cadorna. We both work for Henkel, but she is in the laundry division, so we almost never met. By the way, it was almost love at first sight.
Giulia and - - via paolo sarpi, milano
Giulia and I definitely know each other, but we have only one common facebook friend that is not for sure the link. We are sure we know each other, but we come from different places, she is far younger than me, we studied different things, she moved to Milano only few months ago. So, we probably do not know each other, but:
- we've both been to Cambridge (but in different years) and we both had a lot of money stolen by somebody on the street
- we discovered that in the past we both had a crush on the same boy from Parma (she is from Parma)
Jeong - PanePasta
Jeong comes from Seoul and she travelling around Europe. She arrived in a rainy Milano, on monday morning: all shops were closed and she had no umbrella. She went for a walk on navigli, but were empty because they needed to be cleaned (at least i think so).
We met through couchsurfing and when she arrived at my place she was drenched and tired, but always smiling and curious.
Aman and Nico - cascina gobba - milano
while i was home in brescia, they slept at my place in milano. we met at cascina gobba just to swap our keys.
trains strike, no cars in milano to fight pollution and the only place where we could meet was cascina gobba that has its charm.
and afterwards i met my neighbour giacomo who invited me for a late polenta lunch at some friends' place. they live at the seventh floor in an area where all houses are lower:
For my mother she has always been and will always be "Cami, the one who smokes so many joints". She's one of the easiest-going people ever met, she does not talk that much, she laughs.
Saturday afternoon in Brescia, after so much time. My brother just woke her up and she joined us.
He tried to convince her buying a video camera to film weddings and get paid for that, but she was not convinced at all.
Irem - PanePasta
Irem comes from Istanbul, but she moved to Milano to study fashion. She came for a sort of PanePasta pavement dinner and she gained a Schwarzkopf product for her long hair.
before the dinner -> Primitive Art live for kaleidoscope new issue launch
Yessen and Ivan - at their place - Milano
Yessen finally moved in with Ivan. Their flat is marvelous, one of those places I love, where I really feel protected from outer world.
jacopo - on our long way to venetian snares concert
good friends are here around, maybe it's just your flatmate's brother!
Giorgio - PanePasta
Giorgio spent some days at our place. He lives in Venice, but sometimes works in Milano or has friends to meet here for reasons linked to the world of snowboarding.
He had the opportunity to experience highs and lows of my character.
Nico - PanePasta
when you need a brother and the brother calls you "can i sleep at your place for tonight? i have things to do in milano".
perfect, but in the middle of the night we realized that i completely forgot to have dinner: here is what we silently cooked.
when you realize that your brother and your dog look like each other