Amelie Rigaud – our eighth Cultural Traveller – is the Front Office Assistant in the Facilities Management Department at NetRefer. Amelie, who’s French, hails from the region of Brittany. After moving to Malta to study English, she felt an affinity with the place and decided to call it her new home. However, when you bring up the topic of her hometown – especially the food and drinks – Amelie lights up. And today, she joined us to take us on a mental tour of Brittany and share with us all that which makes this northwest peninsula so special.
Adrian Farrugia – our seventh Cultural Traveller – is the Content Writer in the Marketing Department at NetRefer. Adrian, who’s Maltese, spent almost eight years living in Japan, most of which were spent in the Kansai (West) Region. This was not his first time living away from home: he spent most of his childhood living in The States with his family, but it was his first time moving abroad alone. Having eclectic tastes and interests gave him a broad perspective and an appreciation of a wide range of aspects of Japanese culture. And today, he sat down with us to share some of the highlights of his travels in his favourite region of Japan – the Kansai Region.
Vasilica “Tita” Simion – our sixth Cultural Traveller – is an Account Manager at NetRefer. This city girl from the Romanian capital of Bucharest moved to Malta in 2019, with quite a few years in between spent living in Milan. A fun fact about Tita, as her teammates refer to her, is that she’s a competing marathon runner. This is probably why she’s so full of energy and zest, and this transpired clearly as she sat down with us and took us through some of the most beautiful locations and aspects of her native country – Romania.