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... that happened and how they made me who I am right now. It is a notion that is very subjective in nature, but I'm doing my best.
I spent the better half of my months in Tuscany sharing a renovated barn with a young man named Emanuele. Once we finished our day's work in the dairy, we would return home to prepare lunch and waste the afternoons away reading by the pool, showing one another our favorite music artists, ...
... is open to speculation but we did see some reconstruction work happening.
Vernazza is another picture postcard village with a tiny harbour from which little fishing boats leave. These boats are, to me, just large wooden canoes as they have to be rowed out. Although the Mediterranean was fairly calm when we visited it would require much strength and resolve to row these out and back after fishing. It was at this village that we had lunch. ...
... warm and beaming down on to our skin. Summer. This is summer.
And I am so in love with summer. But the thing is, here in the cinque
Terre we can enjoy the summer by swimming to relieve us of the heat...
Whereas after here we head to inner Italy. No beaches... There is a pool
near our hotel in Florence though... Tempting!!!
Weather app is showing 30+ in some places we will be soon.... ****! After drying off we headed back up the wretched stair case. We ...
... little nook she told us about was amazing! Really incredible views.Thank you Kiwi girl!
We went back onto the road and continued up into the vineyards. What abeautiful walk. Up on a mountain through someone’s personal vineyards with aview back over the Italian Riviera. This, is bliss.
Grapes and fruit draped from the vines as we wandered through. We couldn’tnot admire the serenity and peaceful nature of our surroundings.
A three metre section ...
... a bean, potato vegetable soup), beef tips with vegetables, and flan. The beef was succulent and very tender but concentrated in fat. Delizioso, nonetheless.
It was here that Elena, our 24/7 Casterbridge tour guide, and I discussed the differences between the American and Italian lifestyles. Since she lived in Wisconsin for 20 years and now lives in Bologna, I recognized that she would be a reliable source of information. She stated that living in both countries ...