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Getting back to the hostel however, (after waiting am hour and a half for the bus) I discovered I had really caught the sun, and in fact my back is bright red, not the best idea when I have to carry my rucksack from the bus station in Catania for around a 20 minute walk to the next hostel today!! Oops!
So, due to a lot of the places I've stayed being ...
After dinner we stopped briefly in the piazza in front of the Duomo where we were pulled by the sound familiar to strictly come dancing fans as being a Latin dance. My guess is tango and as we turned into the piazza some 30 couples were strutting their stuff . Maureen, you need to get out to Siracusa - what a location. In our opinion one of the best public spaces IN THE WORLD. R has videoed the dancing on his Samsung and I understand he will attempt to upload ...
After the joy of finding Montalbano in Scicli we did our usual start of the day, ask detailed instructions how to leave the town and then totally ignored them It turned out well on this occasion and on the whole it was very enjoyable with butterflies, sweet smelling Bougainvillaea, birds swooping to catch the slightly irritating flies which bounced off our glasses. There was very little wind, gentle gradient and v little traffic.
... up having more contact with the locals to confirm that we were going in the right direction. Some of the advice that we got was impeccable, telling us which road signs to ignore and which ones to follow. At key points unfortunately we got some very poor advice, probably from fellow travellers who were as lost as we were but did not want to acknowledge it to these foreign visitors.
Everyone was very hospitable and we got given loaves of bread and other gifts to ...
Ragusa, like much of this part of Sicily, was destroyed by an earthquake in 1693 and most of the major churches and palazzos were built in the Baroque style. We went in the duomo in Ragusa and Richard was in & out of the church quicker than me. I have attached a few photos so you can make your own mind up about the merits of baroque architecture. We walked around the old town and saw no trace of Montalbano but bought some ...
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