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... to the children and checking for updates about the Bayden Clay trial and to find out how many Australians were on board the MH17 flight. Although we had access to BBC world news and Fox News, we were feeling very starved of news from home. It was only a Facebook post that made me realise that there were any Australians on the flight - how horrible.... But on the bright side, I was so pleased to hear that Bayden Clay was found guilty by the jury. We went to the early ...
When was the last time I've been on here- a little over a week ago? With the amount of events I encounter on a daily basis, I probably should post more often. I'll do my best to keep the length of this entry manageable to read, while still providing enough details about my latest adventures to keep you interested.
In this post I am going to list three examples of why befriending local Sorrentinians has already helped to make this ...
Thursday, August 29th, 2013
At Sea on the way to Naples, Italy
When I first booked this trip, I was irritated that we had 2 ½ days at sea. I thought it was a complete waste of time to be on the boat when I could be running around in the ruins. Eight days into the cruise, and I am looking forward to the downtime on the ship. I wait by the cabin door every night for the room attendant to drop off the "Princess Patter" which details the ...
... of nicer train probably wouldn't want to steal it anyway. The train stops at Barletta to let passengers on and off. It looks like a pretty and well-scrubbed place, with more nice brick and stone buildings. Italy is less white in terms of buildings than Greece. I listen to one of the new passengers on the train regale (in English) her seat-mate with first her knowledge of cameras, then with her political party's grand plans. The stoic businessmen in crisp ...
... with no regard for his holiness the pope, I of course broke the rules and managed a couple of little secret snaps of a section of the ceiling and a couple of the wall frescoes (the wall frescoes are not painted my Michelangelo). I didn't use a flash so no harm came to the beautifully restored works, the only harm came to the coffers of the Vatican's enterprises, which are without limit. Shame on them, with so many of their congregation starving and living ...