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Travel Blogs from Piraino
... we catch an open top taxi with our sounds blasting up the famous narrow road to Anacapri. As there is a little rain the top isn't let down. Miniature smart cars and trucks squeeze to the sides to allow enough room to pass.
A single chairlift leads up to the top of the mountain for panoramic views. It is peaceful sitting on the lift watching people work in the gardens, spy on their villas and out to the ocean. At the top is a ...
... has rocked it!! So we board the ship, get settled in and by 9:00am we are off sailing. First stop is Lipari. It's got a cute little town right on the port, but to really see the island, we need to hire a taxi driver, Antonino but he says to call him by his nickname, Nucho. He's very nice and personable and takes us to see all the panoramic views. He says there are 12,000 people living on the island. People make a living through fishing, agriculture, and tourism. It's safe, ...
... and us are loving it!! We feel right at home! At 11:00pm, the festivities end. We exchange email addresses, hugs and kisses (on both cheeks!!), and bid farewell to our fratelli and sorelli (brothers and sisters). Another fun day in bellisima Sicilia!! Tomorrow is our mini cruise trip to 2 of the Aeolian Islands. Stay tuned... Check out our pictures in the meantime. Ciao!! S&S and ...
... Another cousin, Nino (short for Antonino) takes us to his "campagna", in the afternoon. They take pride in the food they cultivate not only because it's a lot of physically demanding work, but because it's the food that eventually gets put on the table for the family to gather around. And over here, la familigia is your everything! Today is Friday and our plans are to visit some of the Aeolian Islands by ferry. So stay tuned.... In the meantime, check out some of our pics! ...
Paradise found in Isole Eolie Sicilia (Aeolian Islands Sicily). If one was going to paint a picture of what they consider to be their paradise, I know most would have the color blue in their painting to represent the water. The Aeolians have a few different shades of blue water, all beautiful, but I think the deep cobalt blue, which of course I took so many photos of, was my favorite. The Aeolians are off of Sicily's Northeastern coast. The chain is made up of seven very small ...
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