Elide is Italian, she studied languages and art history. She spent 10 years in Spain, 3 years in Ireland and is now living in London.
How did you find EazyCork?
I think I found it through an internet forum. My initial plan was to go to London but due to a combination of events I ended up in Cork. I was somewhat fearful (no friends, no family, new culture and so on) and was planning to stay just a few months. From the moment I landed though, everybody made me feel at ease starting from Enrico who greeted me with a big smile and the typical Italian warmth to Silvia who took me around the city centre and gave me some useful tips not to mention Irish people who are unbelievably welcoming.
And what about LondonEazy ?
During my first 10 days in London I rented a room from a very nice family living in a great location but I felt as a guest, it wasn’t my home. Now with LondonEazy it’s different, I am in a home I share with other people.
London and Cork are extremely different cities but it’s nice to find the same helpful and friendly atmosphere in both Eazy teams.
Right, now let’s play word association
- Eazy Cork: cosy and embracing
- LondonEazy: Sandrine
- Underground: literally under the ground
- Enrico: friendly
- Julia: organized
- Beer: Murphy’s
- Hangover in Cork: OH yes for sure
- 6 nations 2012: Ireland
In 1 sentence how would you sum up your EazyCity experiences?
A good companion throughout my trips.
Would you like to say something to Julia and Enrico…?
I would like to congratulate them both for a great and successful service.