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... of calm. Malc upstairs going through his collection of sunglasses, probably, Dan playing with his camera, Catherine buttering her toast... As I had come in like a ninja, due to my martial arts background, I met Daniel in the front room and shared my stress for "running late"... Thankfully calmness was not broken, Dan was a little bewildered, and like a true bug brother reassured me that we had plenty of time. We loaded up the car and now on our way to the big ...
Here are some of my best and worst bits from the trip. Some things appear in both sections!
- Learning so much about pasta - who knew there would be so many things to consider!
- My friendly and helpful colleagues
- Everyone breaking for lunch together at 1pm
- Wearing jeans to work
- Getting more confident with speaking Italian
- The smell of wheat in and around the ...
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... The Moss View camping site. What a shithole. No wonder it wasn't booked out. It had heaps of spots, and after a look around you can see the reason why. The place was set,by the looks of things, between a field and a dumpsite. There were stables that housed a couple of burro's (donkeys, asses). The whole place looked like it was dodgy. The toilets were pretty clean, one for each sex, but when you lifted your **** to wipe it the bowl came away from the floor. There were two ...
... to me. We walked a bit near the lake and had lunch at the lakeside cafe. We did a little shopping, then parted for a night in Manchester. It was sad to leave Barbara and Nick, but we'll see them again soon, I'm sure. Anhgus dared to hitch a ride with us back to the hotel, where we were all staying near the airport. I dropped off the rental car, proud to have not hit a single curb in this one. Kim and I will pack, so we're ready to catch our flights back home tomorrow ...