The Italian Job – Part Two: La Dolce Vita

by Paul Cook - CLICK HERE: The Italian Job - Part One: Lost In Translation In Part One, Ed Gower, Tom Hill and Sam Ward talked about how they ended up in Italy, the standard of rugby and how difficult it is to train when fog prevents you from seeing the players you're playing with! Part Two sees them discussing life away from the game in a country renowned for it's love of fun, sun, food and drink, their return to clubland for the tightest Shute Shield finals race in years, and just what lies ahead for all three in 2016/17... So, we’ve heard about the rugby side of things but what about the infamous Italian lifestyle? With all that extra spare time on your hands did you get to live ‘la dolce vita’ – the good life? Ed: “It was without doubt the most relaxed lifestyle I’ve seen. ‘La dolce vita’ is a real thing and we experienced it. There's no doubt that it took time to settle into it and work it out, and I think I was only just starting to understand it at the end.
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