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... so I headed off to get my trunks on. After about 96 goes on the pink one, these times with Jo and I participating, it was time for the big blue one. Not sure what the height limit was but Flynn was way to short. No worries, its Italy. We shoved some floaties on him and stuck him in at the top: a bit of gravity, a bit of adrenalin (his and ours) and out he popped at the bottom. Too easy. Time for the giant twister - two tubes twisting round each other. It was a bit ...
... s state-of-the art kitchen, we share her family secrets for traditional Umbrian dishes. Under our guidance, you, students of our cooking school can prepare local specialties using the best commodities the region has to offer: olive oil, prized lentils, cured meats, mountain cheeses, and a variety of wines. We will tailor the menu for your visit to your tastes and preferences, accommodating both meat-eaters and vegetarians. And in the dining room ...
... The men are supposed to keep up, encourage and steer the bull to the finish line, maybe 80 metres in total. Well. It all depends it seems on whether the bull actually feels like doing that and in all honesty, the team with the large bull had a significant advantage over the smaller bull. Two teams race once and then rest, and the two other teams do the same. Then they swap tracks so one gets the inside and the other the outside. And ...
... could be found, to the many old portas, churches and piazzas, and discovered there was much more to this quaint little town than just pancetta and salami! This is also where the car came in particularly handy, as we got to drive along the beautiful Valnerina valley and to the national park of Monti Sibillini (which would have been impossible to reach without a car). Much flatter than elsewhere in Umbria, the mountains gave way to huge flat plains. As we drove ...
... quite close to the house and they land with such grace! It seems to me that it is a very peaceful sport.
Another visit to Assisi allowed us to see the town from a different angle. We walked down the hill and into the square to see the Temple of Minerva which has fluted columns and dates from the last quarter of the 1st century. It’s difficult to fathom the age of some stuff. There are also frescoes under an archway and ...