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... football. His first ever league game and, for him, he was debuting in the stands for the first time to witness his beloved Bianconeri take to the field.
Earlier that morning we decided to go to a local farmers market by the Circo Massimo. A small yet delightful market which was bursting with the city’s inhabitants buying fresh produce for their Sunday lunch.
As we walked around the 'Mercato di Campagna amica’ ...
... despite the fact that I think he actually couldn't stand us haha). The bar eventually kicked everyone out, though we all ended up chilling around the cabins anyway. There was a fair few misplaced souls that night due to some drunken couplings and one very loud snorer, but luckily every room was equipped with a spare bed so it was simply a matter of musical chairs and we were all finally on their way to sleep.
The next day's breakfast ...
... to breakfast and swapped the washing over to the dryer and had a good cooked breakfast and coffee to start us off. Then re-packing, got clean washing and left the bags downstairs while we headed our to the leather markets up in town. It had stopped raining which was really good so was a nice stroll in through town and look around. I got a Leather bag which is just lovely...and a belt as well. ...
... a post office to send some stuff home. Thankfully there was one just around the corner but that was about where my thankfulness ended, lol!! What a harrowing ordeal the next 1 1/2 hours was. Firstly had to wait almost 45 minutes for the 3 people ahead of me to be served, i don't know what these people do at the post office cause i reckon i could have signed up for a mortgage in half the time but i finally hit the front of the queue. You would think in a major metro ...
... at a late hour!
N.B. We are learning how to cross the road like a local.... you need to take your life in your hands and just be bold... pick your moment and then walk with purpose. You only cross at the pedestrian crossings (where the cars will just go around you as you walk with purpose and confidence), or at controlled intersections...and if necessary, just move with the crowds of people who seem to know what they are doing (!?)