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... every so often, build dikes and dams so we can keep our feet dry. The fish won't like it much, but why do you think God invented factory trawlers?
The Sicilian Way to Build a City: Build it on top of a hill, idiota. Farmland is for food. What, you don't like to eat? You mama droppa you onna you head?
The Right Way to Elect your Leaders: Don't get me started.
... independence thing and spur-of-the-moment decision-making do provide a different kind of freedom in travel.
Our car is a Lancia Ypsilon. Twelve-hundred cc's of brute power (just don't turn on the AC if you want to make it up the next hill). Not nearly as much fun to drive as the equally under-powered Fiat Punto we rented in Tuscany way back in 1998 (it had ...
We visited some of the main historic and mythological sites but mostly enjoyed just wandering around and soaking up the atmosphere and spectacular views. While wandering through the local outdoor market we noticed a small crowd watching what turned out to be a stone-cold sandwich artist making the most wonderful looking sandwiches you can imagine. We watched for a while, but since the fantastic breakfast at our B&B had been pretty recent, we ...
... market one last time on our way to the train station, to pick up a few last things for our on-board picnic. We stopped periodically under storefront awnings to wait for the street-turned-river to subside. Even under an awning we were getting wet from the wind and spray. A hardware storekeeper took pity on us and invited us into his store to wait out the storm. "Finished in ten minutes," he said. With the help of Google Translate, he using ...
... evening, making it nice for long walks.
I have enjoyed taking part in the Sicilian way of life. I cannot believe at how lucky the Italians are when it comes to fresh produce, and how cheap it is. The peaches, nectarines and apricots are amazing and for under $2 a kilo. I even saw peaches the other day, freshly picked for 80 cents a kilo. And you dont have to look far for a fruit stall as they are on nearly every street corner. I have loved being able to eat so much fresh fruit.