B&B La Cerasa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... board immediately upon check in, and it was still 2.5 hours before the sailing!! Got round the to queue on the wharf and noticed a white van with a kiwi flag, will have to hit them up for a chat once in board I thought - Nek minute they are calling us forward, I as in he toilet at this point so nick and Owen had to wait for me to return before diving on. Tranny was hilariously directed up by the big rigs, not sure how we managed that when we ...
Up and out to a awesome view over the cliffs, all our fellow cars from the restaurant car park had moved on and we were the only ones left, next stop, toilet, coffee and sea. Breakfast of kings - croissants and espresso with a view - then we headed off for a refreshing swim. I had always wanted to visit the Amalfi coast - picturing long white sandy beaches, which was not at all what lay before us - cliff edges that shot straight down to water or a tiny beach, ...
... teacher with her studio in Rome, as well as her assistant for this week, Mattia Bertoli, a certified asthanga instructor in his own right with a yoga studio (sala) just outside of Rome (see www.ayrn.it). Lisa and I were paired as the 2 ashtanga rookies and placed in the very capable hands of Mattia. He patiently lead us through the primary series, first explaining/showing the poses and what came next, and then prompting us to start recalling more on our own. He provided ...
... on route, and arrived in Barri to have a quick 9 holes of golf. The course was nice but a bit dry and the midday temperature was a warm 29C. After a shower and a piece of pizza we headed south again to see the village of Alberobello. A strange town famous for it so called Trulli houses. Clearly designed for Hobbits they were originally farm huts which grew into being used as housing and even a Trulli ...
... smaller towns are not as touristy.
They hate the Turks in Lecce. This is because of a war and dominance by the Turks over the people of Lecce. The symbol/emblem of Lecce is a dolphin with a half moon in its mouth. The half moon represents Turkey - the dolphin (representing the people of Lecce) is eating the Turks.
The guide who took us for a walk around the old town shed a new light for me on baroque architecture:
Coming out ...