Hello, Rochelle Del Borrello here.
I am an ESL teacher and blogger originally from Australia.
A few years ago I began writing about the difficulties of being an accidental or ‘unwilling expat’ in Sicily but now my life is about accepting and embracing life in Italy.
Sicily is a mysterious place for most, it is filled with darkness, it gets way too much bad press.
I’m trying to paint a more down to earth picture, keeping away from the cliche’s.
Sicily Inside and Out is not a light and fluffy tourist magazine, it is about both the beauty and ugliness that coexist on this island.
Things can get dark but I always try to reflect a truthful and ongoing experience.
Please come with me, read along and be open to the exotic nature of Sicily.
After twenty years of living in Sicily things are less foreign to me and I am in the unique position of being considered a local with the added perspective of an outsider.
This year I am concentrating on writing and freelance work so my posts will be less regular. I’m also currently working on a new blog which will bring together all of my interest in one place.
I’ve published a few articles on Italy Magazine, feel free to have a read here.
I love hearing from my readers so if you have a Sicilian experience to share with me feel free to drop me a line with your idea or let me know what you’d like me to explore for you.
Email me on : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sicily Inside and Out is currently undergoing renovations so be sure to check in for new pages, articles and photography.
Please note. I am not an employment agency or interpretative service so you will have to use the internet or your closest Italian consulate.
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