I’m having a great time searching the internet for fun ‘tiny house’ designs and to think about how I want to renovate my piece of olive grove in Puglia (did you miss how / why I bought this? See my previous inspiration shot with a ‘road trip’ video).
After swimming I do my Italian lesson on the beach with DuoLingo every day. My challenge is to be able to manage the transaction at the notary without a translator (because it was so expensive). Moreover, I prefer to invest in myself, because Italian is not only fun and handy, it is almost required there in the countryside.
Just after I had booked my tickets in April and made an appointment with the notary, I heard that Italy is in lockdown: no one is allowed in or out. Does this have an impact on me? Not really. Maybe I will stay longer on Curaçao because while it is still ‘flu season’ in Europe, it makes no sense to go back. Moreover, almost all meetings are now done online, so I might as well do my thing from Curaçao as from Amsterdam.
Meanwhile, it is clear that all of Europe is a ‘no go’ area for the time being, so my visit to the notary will be postponed anyway. I will speak even BETTER Italian, hopefully! 🙂