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(Sorry, I'm writing this from Turkey, but I can't seem to predict where the special characters will be on this keyboard. I've had to type email addresses by copying the 'at' sign from the yahoo sample and inserting it. The rightAlt plus Q combination that worked in Italy doesn't seem to work here....)
On our way to Siracusa a little over …
... the caves which was created by one of the lava flows, where the crust hardens but the liquid magna beneath is suddenly released, leaving the crust as a roof of the cave, it was so awesome!
After a couple more stops for pics, we stopped at a place that makes local "etna" produce and offers many tastings of olives, oils. Honey and wines... I wanted to buy so much, but my backpack is so full, so I managed to resist!
Getting back to catania I was so tired ...
... font-family: Arial;">So now I'm off to Catania again for a couple of nights, it will be a different view of the city from a hostel rather than the hotel, so am looking forward to going back without trying to squeeze everything in and this time plan to "do" Etna as I know i will regret it if I don't.
Ciao for now. X
... to be maintained. The gardens are beautiful.
Again the geraniums are wonderful so I must include some photos.
We sampled yummy cannoli from the gorgeous Pasticceria D'Amore shop and equally delicious aranci, from L'Arco. We felt we could not be in such a gorgeous village in Sicily without tasting something Sicilian.Two quick showers of rain today, but we were lucky to have a fine day overall. There ...
... fast fashion over the last short period. Naturally the train is a blend of Italian life on wheels with cats and dogs thrown in for good measure. Trains that float, not possible I hear you say. This is Italy, where if there is the will there will be a way. With Sicily in our sights we reach the end of the train line, a large ferry terminal provides the most unusual carriage, the train is split up into four lengths and is then shunted onto a specially designed train ...