Fresh Market Meat and Cheese Extravaganza in Rome, Italy

  • Published on:  1/13/2018
  • We just went to the market here in Trastevere Rome, and we have lots of gorgeous meats, cheeses, veg, and wine that we’ll be having for lunch. Come join us for a LiveStream and we’ll show you what it’s all about! Our crazy Instagram feed:☞ us out on Facebook:☞ with us on Twitter☞


  • Sunshine Yoshi 1 years ago

    Hearing Simon is an introvert makes me feel even more connected to your guy's channel! I am extremely introvert, and my family doesn't understand. I get very overwhelmed with people, even if they've done nothing wrong. My family tends to leave me cornered in a situation where I can't go off on my own or not supposed to, and I can't cool down. It then builds up quickly, and it's not fun for anyone. I've tried to explain to them, but they just think I need stop and change myself, and get out there, and b...

  • Transient Panda 1 years ago

    That happened to me when I was younger too...once I got to college I had to somewhat change that to manage and it was by no means easy (and no it never just goes away or "gets better"). I became Buddhist after using mindfulness to help helped so much I decided to become part of that religion and then I went to China on study abroad and that helped change my life as well. Also do not be embarrassed (I understand parents not understanding...I had to wait until 18 to get myself help)...

  • Anggiezzz 1 years ago

    XxNeonBunniexX im introvert too, and i can relate how you feel, mostly people dont understand, being introvert doesnt mean you are anti social or have a social phobia, it just different, when you are socialize in a big group or some kind of stressful settings, introvert people get exhausted from that, cost them energy, so they need to be ALONE after that and they could socialize when they need to. Extrovert people most of the time they get energy from big socialize events, they like it, they need to so...

  • Adam Ant 1 years ago

    Okay Simon and Martina.I was going to get my daughter a Simon & Martina shirt for Christmas but she wanted money for a tattoo.Turns out she's getting a Meemers & Spudgy tattoo. That's pretty cute. Thought you might want to know. <(^_^)>

  • Caryn Gibson 1 years ago

    WaterspoutsOfTheDeep Once you're out of the house, the idea that your parents would be able to control you is antiquated.

  • TheCrippledNinja 1 years ago

    WaterspoutsOfTheDeep how, wouldn’t it be better to have to parent’s blessing

  • Saritacheeks 1 years ago

    Genuinely admire your partnership. You are so supportive of each other and are a fantastic team. Of course you must have your bumps in the road that we may not see, but whatever those may be, it seems like you truly care for each other and are excited about continuing to flourish your relationship and experiences together. Thank you for fostering a great online community, and thanks for being awesome.

  • Dean Thomas 1 years ago

    Seriously, you are the kindest people on Youtube. I have been watching your videos in silence for many years but I decided to write to you now, because when I had watched your live stream today, and scrolled through your video history again, I truly realised how much hard work, creativity and humour you are putting into this channel for 9 years, every day. Look how many people watch your videos: YOU MAKE EVERYONE SMILE. I am thankful that people like you exist.

  • Elena 1 years ago

    Dean Thomas I agree with you 100%. I feel like there are so few of them like these two on the internet(youtube)

  • MissFunnyBunneh 1 years ago

    So true.. I share your sentiments. They are amazing.

  • ButacuP PucatuB 1 years ago

    Martina, your words regarding accessibility and adventure rang so profoundly with my heart. I have mahoosive anxieties. I get stressed out with heights and crowds. My dream since childhood was to go up in the 2nd and 3rd decks on the Eiffel Tower. I wanted to challenge my fears and live my dream. Leading up to my trip I went to local sights in my area and went to mingle with the crowds (even if it was silently), and to experience the heights. I would go home crying in absolute full swing of my anxietie...

  • ButacuP PucatuB 1 years ago

    victoriayellsnever Thank you! Dangle the golden carrot in front of yourself. I did this with photos. I had them displayed in my office and just let myself daydream. I then tackled small crowds and small hills. My best friend would come along and we shared adventures together. After a year I was at the Eiffel Tower slowly (I was still nervous) walking along the decks. I had a small anxiety attack the day of going to the tower but I had my ticket purchased and I told myself I didn’t travel all this way j...

  • victoriayellsnever 1 years ago

    YAY!!!! Good for you, I know how hard it can be to do things when it makes you horribly anxious. I'm been trying to push myself more so I can live my life better, because I know 99 percent of the time I WILL be fine. Congrats on those victories!!!!!!!

  • Danielle 1 years ago

    Martina is such a warrior goddess and Simon is so loving and sweet to her!

  • Annika Victoria 1 years ago

    Oh damn - I am SO HUNGRYYY now hahaha. I hope you guys keep having a wonderful time (& im proud of you martina)! Ciaooo 🇮🇹

  • poephila 1 years ago

    Annika! You had to literally write out your boyfriend was Italian in your last video for me to connect the dots with his name. Haha!

  • Ivan Vega 1 years ago

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  • polkadotdoor9 1 years ago

    That cheese plate looks phenomenal

  • Simon and Martina 1 years ago

    polkadotdoor9 it tastes phenomenon 🧀

  • T von Hartwig 1 years ago

    So lucky! You both look wonderful, have lots of fun!

  • Martina Johnson 1 years ago

    Ciao is both hello and goodbye, as easy as that :-D

  • Blaine Judd 1 years ago

    Just like here in Hawaii, aloha means both hello, goodbye and love 😁

  • Martina Johnson 1 years ago

    Also, further details for the language nerds: Italian actually has a "formal" and an "informal" register. Informal is for friends, family, and peers especially among young people; formal is for everyone else. "Ciao" is definitely informal. If I were saying "hello" to a shopkeeper I would probably say "buongiorno" (or "buonasera" if it's evening), and "arrivederci" to say goodbye, otherwise I might come off as a bit rude or weird. But...