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... having a better holiday then we are. Despite that, I do intend on logging onto Pets Get Physical's website as soon as we have internet so we can look at his nanny cam photos to make us feel better!! A sort of Blog for Dogs if you will.
We are headed for Villa Cicolina (if you drift off a little bit it sounds almost like Colioni don’t you think?!) which is a former country residence of a noble family in Montepulciano ...
... valleys ...rocky mountains similar to the Swartberg......Villages are high up ... Gypsy villages low down....Messy like squatter camps... The marble quarries are amazing...the countryside is flattening out, we pass groves of olive trees and vineyards as well as prickly pears galore on the roadside ... Tom is salivating! Finally we see the sea. Rod and John are at home again....another place to explore! ...
... of support I need to engage for a
sustainable next phase. I designed the unique and splendid wings to carry me
forward, and imagined myself soaring.
The outermost level, the feathers if you will, that which first comes in contact
with the world, is now being established as a “Gentle Surround”. The most
distinguishing feature is the Slow, Organic Pace, designed for one with a
sensitive body and open heart. It acts ...
I'd been looking forward to today. I’d wanted to visit Tuscany for ages, and luckily a very good old (as in number of years known, not age!) friend Claire is also going on holiday there this summer, so I was able to use all her valuable research and take the easy route in just going where she recommended! It all worked out well, so big shout out to Claire!!
Of course, it wasn’t as easy as just get in the car and go. Oh no, Dub life is not that ...
... from our first dinner in town, invited us into the restaurant for lunch.
We sat and enjoyed the typical 2 hour Italian lunch. Jason had ravioli and I enjoyed a wonderful tonno salad. After our bellies were full we ventured back to Casa Elisa and sat in the kitchen for awhile and watched Morrow prepare everything for our Tuscan Thanksgiving.
Jason and I took a little afternoon siesta and prepared ...