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Travel Blogs from Vibo Valentia
... on que. Sound familiar? In addition to that, the candidate will usually yell a lot and get everyone riled up. The whole town seems to gather to watch it, and I'm pretty sure the entire town stopped and looked at Jen and I as we walked uncomfortably walked through it. I think I even heard him say "tourista". A politician telling everyone how awesome he is...I've heard it already, and we didn't need to speak Italian to understand that. Next! In the morning we walked down to the ...
Here's Paul's update from May 6: Normal service will be resumed shortly.
Yesterday I set off from Paola for what was to be my final day's ride about 140 miles. I decided to go to Capo Vaticano for lunch. Again I was thwarted by the local caribinieri as every road I tried to get to my lunch destination was closed. As I was heading back to the main road, I heard a terrible sound coming from under my scooter. ...
... sauce. Wow. It was much better to be at a dinner table, than on the road in Italy!
-----Enzo drove me to the train station in the morning. I really liked him.
-----Like me, he was happy to take things slowly. He'd enjoyed hitchhiking in his youth. Now, he drove - usually from the home of his wife and kids in France, to his native home of Calabria. He took five days to make the trip. He said, some people drove from A to B. He drove from A to ...
... moderate to expensive", we decided we deserved a treat...so what the heck. The food was excellent and started with a palate cleanser with wine to match. Then antipasti for two which featured 12 different local specialities, some remotely familiar, others not so. The latter group included snails which Stu declared to be an acquired taste but one that he didn't think he would be in Italy long enough to acquire. They were all mini plates and we had been told it ...
... Bingo. Damn...apparently number 9 is NOT my all time lucky number. Off I went to the slot tournament. The prize there was $500. Okay, so Bingo isn't really my game...but slots...now that's right up my alley. As you can see in the photo of the tally board after my turn, I'm placed third and the top 6 get into the final. I returned an hour later....and I'm no longer in third place...nor fourth, fifth or sixth. I'm out of the running. Just as I was last week. But, ...
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