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... refrigeration . Jacques and Marina made of lovely dinner of pork chops, with mushrooms, and a pasta side dish. With watermelon for dessert to cool us down -- it was a perfect dinner, washed down with "turkey insignia " wine. In my temporary bed top side, viewing stars... I saw 4 faint displays... As has become norm I am blowing my visions to Justin and Ty, who are now happily at home, and dealing with jet lags. Bon ...
... the hell out of here as you would not feel comfortable at all staying here. It was all over grown and on route out I noticed a rusty child swing set under the trees, this was the stuff of horror movies! As we stated to re-plan the journey someone appeared at the gate, I ackwardly asked if they were closed, the reply was no, and then I had politely say - we are fine, thank you... And drove off as fast as we could. I googled it to find out it is some sort of ...
... of my search because it is one of the regions that I had not yet visited. And whenever possible I prefer to explore a new area with a purpose for being there other than simply as a tourist. So combining the visit with a yoga retreat seemed like a great fit. And it was! Ashtanga yoga was new to me in terms of my yoga practice, but I liked what I read about the YIS centre and the programs offered, so picked a week that fit into my schedule and an instructor that appealed to ...
... on route, and arrived in Barri to have a quick 9 holes of golf. The course was nice but a bit dry and the midday temperature was a warm 29C. After a shower and a piece of pizza we headed south again to see the village of Alberobello. A strange town famous for it so called Trulli houses. Clearly designed for Hobbits they were originally farm huts which grew into being used as housing and even a Trulli ...
Day trip from Alberobello to Lecce and Ostuni.
Lecce is in the Salentine Peninsula, the heel of Italy. Lecce is described as the Baroque masterpiece of southern Italy as all its churches and palaces are built in the baroque style. It is referred to as the Florence of the south because of its baroque buildings and because they speak good Italian like the Florentines.
Lecce boasts 40 churches - nothing to boast about! Luckily we only ...