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Another bloody 10am check out and another hot night left us sitting outside with washing half dried, coffee cups still full and breakfast on the table at 9.45... Owen headed off to ask for an extension at reception - granted! We got the van packed up and headed for the pool to cool down. After checkout, with time to kill before the ferry we went in search of 'the most amazing blue beach in italy' according to the lonely planet. After being refused ...
... may call the peaches. As we approached leece, tommy lied about where the nearest campsite was (again!) so we headed to the second closest. Camping namaste - arrived to a gate half closed, with no one in sight, sort of a woodlands area, old caravan at the entrance and a few other old looking buildings around - as I and Owen walked to the 'reception' the place looked abandoned, and it was starting to feel very creepy. No one answers the bell so Owen made the call ...
... coming up during this session in particular I'll have to give it more thought, but I'm sure there was a lesson or 2 to be learned! There always is :) In short, Tina and Mattia were a great combination, working very well together and I think as a team they brought out the best and the most in us all in their different ways. I will leave it there for the yoga, other than to say that I will be on the look out for future retreats and workshops that either offer. I also plan to ...
... on route, and arrived in Barri to have a quick 9 holes of golf. The course was nice but a bit dry and the midday temperature was a warm 29C. After a shower and a piece of pizza we headed south again to see the village of Alberobello. A strange town famous for it so called Trulli houses. Clearly designed for Hobbits they were originally farm huts which grew into being used as housing and even a Trulli ...
... three and only went inside one - the Duomo in Cathedral Square. Dark, gloomy place it was too - typical baroque style. The Basilica of Santa Croce, considered the emblem of the city, had my favourite scaffolding around it. I really should learn to embrace scaffolding. Adjoining the Basilica of Santa Croce is Palazzo Celestini - a beautiful baroque building that was once a monastery.
Lecce is also notable for its papier mache handicrafts. ...