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... hypothesising what I should do if my eyeball juice was to freeze over.
Later in the week I moved on to Taormina, a city settled by the Greeks, on the otherside of Etna. I was the only one at my hostel, run by an old Italian man who was the most Italian Italian I've ever met, think Mario, the Godfather and the Dolmio guy rolled into one. In the few days I was at Gianni's home, we cooked Sicilian food, picked oranges from the garden ...
Waking up around 7 am, I worked on my blog from the previous day, got ready, and went to the kitchen for breakfast. It was just me in there. I enjoyed an amazing donut type thing. There was so much food but the donut was all I could eat. The kitty came down and we played for a good 30 minutes until the children called him back up.
Out in the sunshine, I walked towards the fish market. It was another beautiful day. I ...
So compared to my previous day, this day was an absolute breeze! I woke up to sunshine peering through my orange silk curtains. Smiling, I stayed in bed, allowing my body to fully wake up. There was no need to rush. My host in Taormina told me I could leave my bags in the room and go see the sea this afternoon. I was planning on leaving for Catania right after.
At 9 am (the specified time) I heard a knock on the door. BREAKFAST! I opened the door with a smile and ...
... told me to go). It was to leave in an hour so I patiently read.
The train arrived and people pilled out. I allowed the mass to depart and then I entered. Soon after, the train pulled away. I found it odd no one else boarded, but thought my suspicions were silly and ignored them.
Pretty soon I began to notice a lot of trains all parked in the same area. I've only ridden a train once here (from the airport) so I didn't know what was customary. I assumed it was ...