Benvenuti World Travaillers!

In celebration of World Travaillers’ 50th follower, I’m very happy to introduce a new series for this blog!

I’m currently traveling in Italy and it’s come up several times Why don’t you write your blog in Italian? Call it peer pressure if you like; a good idea is a good idea. With that, welcome to World Travaillers to all the lovely Italian-speakers out there. 

I will start publishing Italian translations of some of the most popular English posts. So don’t worry faithful followers, you won’t be missing anything. They will most certainly not be perfect translations but maybe more of a summary since my Italian is a work-in-progress. (Don’t hesitate to correct me if I say something silly)

You will be able to access all future posts in Italian here.

With this new series in mind, I think that it would be amazing to publish in other languages as well. If you have a story you’d like to share that would benefit World Travaillers, in any language (even in English or Italian!), please email me and I’d love to publish your guest post!

Thanks for following everyone!!

Benvenuti a World Travaillers!

In questo blog parliamo delle disabilità e di viaggiare. “Travail” in inglese vuol dire un lavoro duro. Per una persona handicapata non possa girare facilmente come la populazione generale–è piu faticoso. Ma non ci chiamiamo “World Travaillers” per questo motivo. Siamo Travaillers perchè viaggiamo (travel) e prevaliamo (prevail)–anche se sia faticoso. Così siamo travaillers. Si può trovarci in ogni parte del mondo e viaggiamo per il mondo. Così siamo World travaillers

D’ora in poi, scrivo pure in italiano. Si può trovare gli articoli scritti in italiano qui.

Per favore, correggimi se sbaglio con la grammatica/l’ortografia. E se hai qualcosa che volessi condividere (in qualsiasi lingua) con la communità di World Travaillers, mandami un messaggio.

Grazie e benvenuti!

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