As of this week we will shake the blog up a bit. In the previous weeks we published every other week a Roamler Reply on Friday. As of now, this will occur every other Wednesday.
This week we have the pleasure to introduce to you our first Italian (UK)Roamler!
I wanted to tell you how much I enjoy doing Roamler tasks. It gets me off my backside and out in to the fresh air.
I’m sometimes at a disadvantage and can’t do all of the tasks as I live in Italy. However, every now and again I get an advantage as no one else is near where I live… more points for me! I like taking photographs as a hobby, but love these little ideas about getting out and about the local area and finding things to photograph for Roamler. It’s nice to hope that our information is useful and even if it isn’t, it’s fun doing them anyway.
I liked the library task and I added our library which had me finding lots of information about it – The Biblioteca Malatestiana was the first public library in Italy and it has one of the smallest books in it too. I tried to add the national library in Turin but someone beat me to it! I should have visited sooner – blast! I didn’t much like the public toilets task, although I’m now aware that my town has 2. When I was in Turin (Torino) for the weekend funnily enough I had to use one (yuk) but at least I got some points for doing this terrible thing – I held my nose whilst I was in there, it was more of the chemicals whiff than anything else!!!!
If you haven’t already joined Roamler you should! You don’t have to be young or old, you don’t have to be a hippy, a student or even a crazy person – we are all sorts: I’m an English teacher and dare I say 46!
So, what are you waiting for? Join us “Roamlers” and have some fun.
Like to share your Roamler experiences with others as well? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!