La Locanda del Mare
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... navy fleet docked in Taranto. The two British double agents Popov & Jepson involved also helped the Japanese cause & on the other hand saved many allied lives. After lunch, we are now sailing thru the Messina straights. More sunbathing and reading this afternoon and we did some preliminary packing, all good. Dressing now for the 4th and last of the formal nights which we enjoy, but unfortunately there are a few people on board all men who have no upbringing & ...
... Pompeii, Steve exhausted. Now we needed to find our B & B. We had a friend with us this time, Ken the GPS. He earnt his money today. It's always scary leaving the main highway as it means you have to know what you,re doing. Ha! Fat chance.
We didn't make it to the town itself last time. This time we stayed in a B & B in Pompeii city. The mum , Rosaria looked after us, 5 stars in trip adviser. She was ...
... have the upmost respect for is Ashleigh’s Uncle Kevin. He is nearly 80 years old and was suffering from a cold yet he handled the steep incline like Mo Farrah out for an early morning jog!! I was the only person in the group who was wearing a t-shirt. The rest of the tour had come prepared with jackets, cagoules, and ski poles. This was obviously the optimist in me!! Despite the noticeable drop in temperature it didn’t feel that chilly due to my mind being on ...
... over every bump. Enough said. I have learnt the value of practical footwear the hard way. Proudly declaring my jandals to be "all terrain footwear" I wore them every day for the first 2 weeks, and now my battered and blistered feet beg to differ. After limping painfully through a few days day, I finally gave in and wore my more practical canvas flats. As a sign of how bad things are getting, I even tried to justify wearing sneans this afternoon, but got talked out of it. Ciao! Nadine ...
... There was a lead aqueduct that fed water into the fountain so that the locals could use it the quench their thirst and rehydrate their animals.
Seeing that the dessert fork only had three tines: “This isn’t a fork. This is a trident,” - D
While going down stairs: “You go in front of me,” - D
“Why?” - S
“Because I don’t trust you!”- D