A little over two months ago, in February, I spent a week in Sorrento, Italy. I lived with an adorable host family with two kids, aged 5 and 7, and happy parents. In the mornings, I would walk through the winding stone roads, just twenty minutes, to go to my language school. I had three hours of private Italian lessons, spoken only in Italian, and had a view of the Amalfi Coast the whole time.
I had picked up photography a year or two ago because I wanted to document all my travels. I think I’ve gotten consistently better, and my favorite photos from my last trip were of Sorrento. So rather than bombard you with the intimate details of my everyday life in Sorrento, I thought I’d show you my favorite photos and explain them a bit 🙂
I hope you enjoyed this little window into my time in Sorrento. If you want to see more photos from my travels, be sure to check out my Facebook page here.
Here is another post from my trip to Italy, written in Rome when I was staying with my good friend Diana.
I am a freelance writer and voice actress living in San Diego. I speak five languages (English, French, Italian, German, and Arabic) and have lived in Europe and the Middle East for the most part of the past four years. I write about travel, art, science, and history, or anything that captures my heart.
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