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I miss Italy this year :( It's a sickness.

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I have been lucky enough to have gone to Italy every year for the past 4 years:
2002: Venice, 3 nights
2003: Sicily for 10 nights in March-April and Rome & Calabria for 10 nights in Sept.
2004: Sardinia, Maratea, Calabria
2005: One week in Calabria following 2 weeks in Turkey

This year I went to Greece for the 3rd time and it was amazing, but I still long for Italy. What am I doing about it? Continuing to study Italian and planning a week in Puglia for June 2007 before visiting my family in Calabria for a week.

I think many people suffer from this sickness here?

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