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Travel Blogs from Ugento
... from the tourist information centre....
Gallopili was an island fortress, with only a bridge link to the mainland. The castle was currently not open. However, we enjoyed walking around the walls, hanging onto hat and sunglasses so as not to have them blown away, retreating to the narrow streets when we needed a breather.
Continued along the coastal road towards Taranto. ...
... picturesque water hazards. There are also dry stone fences that are typical of the countryside throughout the Salento region of Puglia. Having paid the euro for the round, club hire and cart, we had 30 minutes until tee off so we had a quiet coffee (and Peroni for me) in the Acaya clubhouse equivalent of the Ryde-Parramatta's verandah. Bob, Joel, Steve, Joe, John, Dan, Damien, Denis and others will relate to this! And then to the ...
... Well this time, I think I've nailed it.
Captain - Signor
Moretti - Signor's favourite italian beer
Mandarine oranges - Signora likes to caress, squeeze and press them gently every morning for a healthy start to the day.
The allure of the "kasbahs" of Otranto. Mercoledý, Marzo 12th 2014.
We visit a port on the Eastern side of the Heel, Otranto, described as arabic in its architecture. I can honestly say that it's a good job ...
... and Holland. His aim, to be a guide in Matera for English speakers. Unfortunately, he continued to practice his conversational English throughout the meal, encouraged by Signora, much to the annoyance of Signor!
Signor is becoming seditious, he is trying to get my backing to usurp the authority of Signora as Head of Strategy and Planning. I must admit, I have some some sympathy with his views - after 8 hours in ...
Left San Marino and crossed back into Italy, continuing our drive North. We both started to notice the difference in living on the East Coast to the West. The towns seemed less chaotic, the houses were more presentable and the streets had far less rubbish. We stayed on the smaller roads, going in and out of some really nice towns. ...
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