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... top it off they even had my favourite birthday cake. I am seriously hoping they have put some in the freezer for me for when I return.
Anyway, Saacha and I were soon on the road again, and we have now arrived in Saturnia at a small farm. It is really cute, with chickens, vines, veggies, the whole bit. We have a little table outside and have spent the afternoon sitting in the sun shine enjoying the surrounds.
Wowie hey??!! ...
... issues in this country. We also had our first bit of real rain - probably since Mongolia! Finally we found a pizzeria that was still serving food, packed with tourists (unsurprisingly), we managed to find a place in the end much to Nic's relief where we ended up chatting to the staff.
There was more countryside driving to our hotel which was at the bottom of another hilltop village, Capalbio. Everything ...
So I've been rather lapse at my travel blog lately, so it's time for a catchup..
It's hit me the last few days how tired I am...funny that right, I'm on holiday so it's a bit crazy that I'm tired....but I've been travelling constantly, and the driving has been a little stressful, so I've decided to check into an old monastery, San Biagio, that's been converted into an exclusive day spa (not too shabby huh!!) for a rejuvenating treatment....its a 5 hour ayurvedic ...
It's hard to capture the expanse, size and beauty of the gardens, so in the bookstore on the way out, I take a photo of an aerial shot which you can see the entire estate.
Leaving the villa I drive back through the famous region of the Val d'Orca, which is simply spectacular as everywhere you look are picture postcard views, and it's easy to understand why so many people are drawn here.
... in moss and I meander through the path twisting and turning downwards, enjoying the damp coolness and silence as I wonder about the people that trod here thousands of years ago. During the walk I come across a tunnel that has steps carved through the centre, an ancient pond carved into the rock and all along the way small caves...reminders of a time long, long ago.
By the time I get to the next township, San Casciano dei Bagni, it's started to pour with rain, ...