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... d be unlikely to remember to talk about when we get home, and there's never enough time, anyway. And we're always conscious of not boring people. So this way, you can choose whether or not to access what we send. And when you send back comments, the feeling of having a chat is reinforced. So thank you for reading, and thank you for commenting. Today has been a rather quiet one. I had a walk around the waterfront before breakfast, in the lovely early light. Of course I forgot to take ...
... but nevertheless there were a few hardy souls there this arvo. There is a more attractive public beach a couple of minutes' walk away, so if we swim, I think that is where we'll be going. Our appartment is quite comfortable. It has a full kitchen which is concealed behind concertina doors, with a fridge , microwave, gas cooktop and dishwasher. It seems a bit strange to have a full-sized dishwasher and only 2 or 3 of any dishes. So it would be a very small ...
... other giddy girls.
15. Candace & Miguel from North Carolina.
17. Justin & Jean
19. Shang wan & Juang wan
20. Jada, Keira, & Jamie
24. Jada, Gabrielle and the rest of the Petrivelli family in Italy
25. J Family - they are the Pakistani from the Genoan SDA church. The Father named all his sons with the letter J. He loves ...
... ladies here wear stunning fur coats and enough make-up for an entire theatre company. Also back to square one with yet another new language... So far I can say: Grazie, per favore, mi scusi, si, no, chow... It's a fun challenge learning a language. One thing I'm glad to take home is the basic vocab of a variety of languages.
I spent a few hours walking around Genoa. Some grand old buildings, an ...
... br> We freshened up before venturing out for a little ‘daylight’ exploring’. In October, last time we were here, it was dark by 4pm so not much was seen. It was now only 2:30, plenty of time before darkness fell, at about 6pm.
We decided to head for Piazza de Ferrari. Genoa is a city full of Piazzas or ‘town squares’. In fact, around every bend there seems to be a square. When you think about it that’s one hell of ...