Tenuta Sant Elisabetta
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... town. The bus meandered on up the hill, (the roads are not designed for buses let alone two lane traffic), the houses are perched beside the road with a balcony that barely allows a car through & to quote our guide "driving is exciting but parking is better", they park anywhere, then the bus has to squeeze through, if you see a car parked with hazard lights going it means "I won't be long", this might be correct outside a coffee ...
... in WW11, it's patron saint is St Agatha & beside the Iona sea.
Drove on to Taromina, the bus could only go part way up on really narrow roads, then we swopt to other buses & they took us he rest of the way up, this city was established on top of the hill in the 6th century BC, the Greek theatre was built in the 3rd century BC, we walked from the Catania gate (facing that town) to the ...
... fear, the dropping away of the anxious worried self felt like a thankful death itself, a disappearance, a giving away, overheard in the laughter of friendship, the vulnerability of happiness felt suddenly as a strength, a solace and a source, the claiming of our place in the living conversation, the sheer privilege of being in the presence of the ocean, the sky or a well loved familiar face - I was here and you were here and together we made a world."
... So the comedy was the policeman speaking Italian to the drunk, the drunk speaking Spanish to Ricky and Ricky speaking English to Lucy. Rita knows more French than English and Noah has been taking French in school. So, at one point we had Alfio saying something in Italian, Rita saying it in French, then Noah giving the translation. Another highlight was receiving a copy of a letter that Guiseppe had written in the 1940s ...
... and commitment, and what it means to keep one's word. Elizabeth has an amazing sense of humour and she shows it everyday. We often photobomb the ubiquitous Chinese tourists who are constantly posing or jumping in ridiculous photos. We laughed for ages as Chinese girls posed for selfies in front of the altar in St. Peter's Basilica, putting on sunglasses, pouting and posing with peace signs. Elizabeth is a dreamer, often with her head five ...