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... the GPS gets you off that Strada Provinciale to visit two natural reserves on the same morning.
Pino d'Aleppo is a quiet landlocked area offering 50 shades of green in pines, olive groves, and meadows cut to pieces by those cute stone fences, where - in palpable serenity - teeny tiny lizards and gigantic beetles have not been interrupted for centuries in their game of ...
... our panniers as we explored the countryside. When we arrived in villages I was usually dispatched into a shop to find out where we were while Ian would entertain the old men in the shade of the main square with his unique brand of Italian. I would return to find that a lively banter had broken out, the locals hugely impressed that we had cycled all the way from England but somewhat confused as to why this Englishman seemed to be speaking Portuguese. On the first few ...
Ragusa, like much of this part of Sicily, was destroyed by an earthquake in 1693 and most of the major churches and palazzos were built in the Baroque style. We went in the duomo in Ragusa and Richard was in & out of the church quicker than me. I have attached a few photos so you can make your own mind up about the merits of baroque architecture. We walked around the old town and saw no trace of Montalbano but bought some ...
... early on that walking was the best option but I gave it a go and strained every sinew to cycle up it despite the gradient, up to 17%2525, by which time my front wheel was struggling to stay grounded with the weight of my panniers (souvenir & the remains of breakfast which seemed a shame to waste) wobbling from side to side to try & maintain some forward momentum then a car came down the narrow hill so I had to stop and let him pass. ...
... same little vans- several different types but com,on local one here is pane duro, a white crusty but hardiest bread with very chewy crust. Aalso morbido! soft breads including crusty elongated toscana and in Taormina they use the French term baguette! still longer loaf.
The caves in the hills where people used to,live, mentioned before,,were used as burial chambers in still earlier times.
And church bells which ...
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