There are about 1,100 bat species worldwide, which represent about twenty percent of all classified mammal species.
Credits: massarenti via GifCities and Internet Archive, Wikiquote
Win big in Italian with Paolo.
Credits: Paolo Luongo and * * * * Gioco del L O T T O * * * * via GifCities and Internet Archive
Today I spoke with my aunt, who comes from Mauritius but has lived in the picturesque Sicilian town of Catania for 35 years. She wants to come visit us here in Ilford.
Credits: I.T.A.C.A. Palermo via GifCities and Internet Archive
This the home of the revolving green metallic swan. Perhaps could have been a serious rival of the LaCoste croc.
Credits: LEGAMBIENTE via GifCities and Internet Archive
Be careful, he’ll murder your Battenberg. Poster concept by Giandomenico Carpentieri.
Credits: Giandomenico Carpentieri—Roma, Italia and Tumblr via Sydney Plested, poster design and Pinterest
She comes flickering from the swamps, to terrorise your cat and eat your croissants.
Credits: sito de Carmelo via GifCities and Internet Archive
For dinner today I had tortelloni (stuffed egg pasta) filled with Italian ham and sausage. Very delicious. Followed that up with a traditional British cream slice. Great food and a globetrotting tongue. I may not be a masterchef but my stomach is happy.
Credits: Welcome to My Italian Recipes via GifCities and Internet Archive
Dopo la pioggia viene il bel tempo. After the rain comes good weather. Every cloud has a silver lining.
Credits: Via Fatma Özsezer, GIFS to share. GIFS à partager. and Facebook, life in italy
Being all kinds of silly with probably the most famous portrait in Western art history, the Mona Lisa of Leonardo da Vinci, the Italian Renaissance painter and inventor (1507).
Essendo tutti i tipi di sciocco con probabilmente il più famoso ritratto della storia dell’arte occidentale, la Monna Lisa di Leonardo da Vinci, il pittore e inventore italiano del Rinascimento (1507).
Credits: dreamies.de via Marie Hiles and Facebook