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Problem is, I have no idea where I'll be going after Perugia. I was planning on traveling to Nepal, but for some reason really don't feel like doing that anymore. I could do an internship in London, but it's unpaid which will make it all ridiculously expensive. I could just go home and get a ****** job, but I'd jump of a bridge. So all I can think about these days, is what I want to do after I leave this bubble called Perugia. I might just ...
... allowed for photography of any kind, so I don't have pictures from this part of the trip to post. We finished our short tour of Assisi up the main road lined with beautiful shops and views before heading to a delicious pizza lunch. It took me 20 years to try mozzarella, and it was a beautiful. If only I weren't a picky child focusing on my milk and chocolate! I got a delicious Carbonara pizza that had bacon ...
... he made us chai tea which was phenomenal! After yoga, we walked back up the hill for our cooking class where we made a three-course lunch: bruschetta, pasta, and a delectable chocolate and pear dessert. You can already tell what my favorite part was, but it was awesome to see everything get made from scratch! I had no idea how to make pasta before, but now I do and it wasn't that hard! Eggs and flour through a couple machines makes some magic pasta! ...
... br> Strawberries and cream
Wide ribbon pasta with Cinque Terre pesto - the family had a tomato and tuna sugo (I'm not keen on tuna)
Fennel with mozzarella and butter, and a vegetable dish similar to ratatouille: zucchini, pepperoni (a huge dark red capsicum) and eggplant
Strawberries, cream and sugared donuts
Gnocchi with tomato sugo
Sausage with tomato
... a blocked off Porte into the old town. We backtracked complaining about the lack of signage still unable to find consistent signage to Villa D'Este. Perchance we came across the villa and paid a visit. It was a masterpiece of water engineering and just beautiful. We left Tivoli and headed for Perugia via Spello. We stopped at Spoletto for a toilet stop and snack. The boys had a really nice latte and some sweet and savoury pastries. ...