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Treviso, close to Venice #2

Sep 16th 2008

This happened actually on September 3rd, at my arrival in Samos. I’m posting it today because I don’t want to forget it!

It’s a dialog between a New Zealand guy (working for the port tourist agencies) and me.

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The Kiwi guy sees me and asks:

—Where are you from?


—Oh, nice! I love Italy!


—Is Nice in Italy or in France?

—In France.

—And Florence? And Venice? I loved that area, but I was a little drunk, so I can’t remember if it was France or Italy!


I smiled, skipped the Treviso-close-to-Venice part, and went to the agency next door.

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4 Responses

  1. Ally says:

    I tend to be the first to comment your blog… so I keep the tradition of doing this.

    The question is: was the guy you met still drinking? or was the Italian/French party so great?

  2. Pi says:

    Mmh, you missed the previous post!

    I was particularly shocked by the word ‘area’ related to Venice, Florence and Nice!

  3. Alex says:

    Nice story :) I remember the japanese couple I met back in Athens. I was waitressing in the bar located on the roof of the hotel, that has a direct view of hill with Acropoli. They got up there, took about hundred photos with their massive camera and after this came to me and asked: “Excuse me, what is this hill?” I was stunned with my mouth opened.

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