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... at 2.30 am and fell asleep not long after.
Cefalu, one hour east by train along the coast from Palermo, was a recommended day trip that I took the next day. I was out of the hostel at 9 am and walked the chaotic streets of the Sunday market around narrow Porta Carini, indulging in a pair of shoes (15 Euro) and a haircut (6 Euro). Exploring the lanes off Via Roma, I walked south along it to Palermo Centrale and just about made the 11.10 am Regional for Cefalu, ...
The wake up call came at 5:00 and we went to the airport where we had to part with our fellow Sionians sooner than we thought. Luckily, one of the California schools went with us through security, so Sarah and I felt much better. We were nervous that our flight was so shorti that we'd get there and just fall asleep at noon haha. But we were really excited. Luckily, our families were waiting for us with huge smiles :) it was so nice to finally meet them! We drove home separately and ...
New Years Day was spent cleaning and packing up, followed by a nice walk along the shore. The Mediterranean is gorgeous, especially as the sun is just going down. We climbed a lighthouse and looked out over the water, mesmerized by the play of light on the water. Finally, we packed back into the cars and drove back to Roma.
Well I wish you all the best in the new year and I send you all the best from Roma.
... my first European football game: S.S. Lazio vs. A.C. Milano. Lazio is the other local Roman club and a big rival of Milan. The highlight of the match for me was seeing one of my idols, Miroslav Klose, a famous German footballer, play and even score the game winning goal. A real dream come true. I can't wait to go back and see a rugby match there: Italy vs. New Zealand.
For the next week I have ...
... is the entry to the city of Rome..... absolutely incredible, lined with charming cafes (one earmarked for our glass of vino at lunch time) and tourists by the hundreds, funny though it still feels so spacious. This piazza is massive. Shame about the noise of the constantly horn blowing Italian drivers! At least I think they are Italian. Wait a week or so and we might be picking up bad habits.
We take the numerous steps ...