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... totally oblivious to the corners and at one point commented about how well he was driving for Veronica's sake to which I just snorted to Peebles of muffled laughter from John, Maxine and VJ. We made it to the high way with no mishaps from VJ and onto the highway and full bore for Salerno which we reached with over an hour to spare. This was definitely needed because it gave VJ time to organise new tickets for today as they would not honour the tickets for yesterday which ...
... I think we probably walked more kilometres than any other day so far.
We ate a a restaurant in Taormina where we had simply stunning views over Giardini Naxos and Mount Etna as the sun went down, before catching the bus back to Giardini Naxos to call it a night,
The Ristorante Mirage Pizzeria can lay claim to arguably the best views in Taormina, if not Sicily or possibly even all of Italy. And at €8 ...
... at all!
We rested and got picked up by Luca and Daniela and they then proceeded to show us the sights of Taormina that left us speechless. We went to the old town, up high with amazing views of all the lights down on the water front. We walked the exquisite streets and the shops were open and tantalizing. We went to a restaurant owned by Daniela's sister's in-laws, that served us the best of the local cuisine. See my photos for details. Luca spent ages with the ...
... be a common scenario in Sicily.
OK. One step closer to the bus trip. The buses are about 300m away from the office, across a busy road, in a compound with a high solid fence. No chance of accidentally noticing a bus station. We have to wait an hour for our bus. Think I might need to go to the toilet. No toilets at the bus station!? (How can you have a bus station with at least 100 buses a day, with 50 people each, and not provide 1 toilet?). ...
... is one of the first places I see without a "menu turistica". While looking at the menu, a group of American high school students gets louder and louder. While I probably was one of those students years ago, I don't relish hearing their conversation while I'm in Sicily. Then another tourist lights up a cigarette and the wind pushes the smoke in my direction. Again, while this is not a huge issue by itself, the place does ...