Tá fáilte romhaibh go
100 things Irish
On July 13th, 2022, I left Italy and moved to Ireland. More specifically, I left Milan and arrived in Galway.
Since I visited Ireland for the first time, 5 years ago, I have always known that sooner or later I would end up here, though at the time I didn’t know yet where my “here” was.
My ending up in Galway is the result of years and years of living, growing, learning, travelling, and more.
It’s a path built on family, love, losses, friendship, heartbreaks, pandemics, tragedies and blessings.
And most of all, music.
While the first anniversary of my moving approaches, I’ve decided to celebrate the first year of my new life with a very personal compilation of things Irish that I have come to discover, learn, love, laugh about or desperately still trying to understand.
It’s coming soon, so don’t go too far.
I’ve been a wild rover for many the years, and I’ve spent all me money on whiskey and beer…
But now I’m returning with gold in great store
And I’ll never will play the wild rover no more.
And it’s no, nay, never. No, nay, never, no more.
Will I play the wild rover, no never, no more.