In Ireland the light is cold and grey, not golden and glowy and skin enhancing like in Tuscany.
In Ireland the icecream is not called Gelato and does not have flavours like Tiramisu and is not sold in Gelaterias on every corner...
In Ireland it is not warm and balmy in October.
In Ireland, men do not smile warmly and affectionately at random babies and children, making their parents feel proud.
The only thing we've got going for us right now is an absence of mosquitoes.
Would 49£s fancy clubbing together and investing in a large villa in the Tuscan hills? It's really nice, I swear.