Wednesday, 5 August 2020

20 Rules Italians Never Break. In Costa Rica Or Anywhere! (Video)

How to be an Italian by Marco in the Box
How to be an Italian by Marco in the Box

QCOSTARICA – Costa Rica home is home to many Italians. It is estimated there are some 50.000 Italian expats living in the country and tens of thousands more visiting at any given time.

Italians are world famous for being loud, being very affectionate (kissy kissy), and passionate, and moving their hands a lot. Italians are also renowned for driving like crazy, not respecting rules, including the laws, at times, which makes them a natural fit in Costa Rica.

For the many in Costa Rica (and anywhere else for that matter) who just don’t get Italians, Marco in the Box brings us 20 unwritten rules that “original” Italians will never break and some (of the rules) that Italians of “origin” will stay true to.

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In this video, Marco will show you how Italians are and think in regards to food, to fashion, how Italians kiss, the way they cook pasta, the way they have their coffee, etc. Take a tour around the unique world of Italian customs.

Enjoy. Watch the video.

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