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... promised to look after me since I was alone. He gave us loads of interesting factoids along the way, and told us that Etna is a she... "so how do we know Etna is female? Well, she is complicated, like a woman, unpredictable, like women, she is hot, she is not flat, but curvy like a woman, and last but certainly not least, she is my girlfriend!"
There are many craters on Etna, and two main sides we are able to travel on. On the south side, there are many lava ...
... size: small; line-height: normal; font-family: Arial;">Taking a wander towards ortigia again. I came across a friendly looking hairdressers, my hair has been increasing in size, and with the combo of heat, wind, sea and no conditioner I've been wanting a trim for the last couple weeks at least. It was an interesting conversation, trying to understand each other but he went to work anyway based on what he thought I wanted....
... amp; most active volcano, in the distance is quite a sight, especially as it is "smoking" this afternoon, as we are about to leave. It would be a bit scary if it got very active.
We set out early this morning as our docking was early, and caught an 8am public bus to Taormina, a mountainside township about an hour's drive from here.Since 358AD Sicels, Greeks, Romans, Spaniards, Byzantines, Arabs ...
... kg, Donny @ 12.7 kg, M-L @ 12.5 kg & Kathy @ 13.7 kg. Leave the security of our little slice of Amalfi paradise and head back out into the jungle. A trip on the bus to Salerno along the road of 1000 bends, the bus is full but M-L must be as far as she can get on the left side as she has thoughts of this being her final fate, she places herself in a vegetative state to get through the ordeal - she has to forget the possibility of going over the edge and plunging ...
... the middle of the city, and took a walk to the famous Catania markets. These are the biggest we've seen yet, they must cover three or four city blocks, huge... As usual though, everything tends to shut down around 1pm, so we headed back to the hotel for our own siesta. At around 7pm we ventured out again and found a nice Trattoria for dinner overlooking another quaint ...
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