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... t have any sun cream with me because the one I own was over 100ml and I couldn't take it in my hand luggage, so I took this opportunity to locate a small bottle of sun cream (under 100ml). Since we were faffing about in a main square trying different pharmacies, the tour group actually ended up nearly stumbling across us. Holf spotted them so we bounced over - yes, free tour! Success! And only 45 minutes missed. The young man leading the tour was lovely and welcomed us ...
... cannoli stuffed with cognac whipped cream (yes, Poots, it WAS really w/c!) and came with a raspberry dipping sauce and chocolate icing on one side. Dan's wasn't as memorable as all we recall is something with coconut ice cream.
SEA DAY 3-
Oh God, this is really it! Down to the last day. Where have 12 days gone?? I know....France, Italy, Montenegro, back to Italy, Croatia and home to Spain. WOW is all I can say, we have set a new ...
Today Mum, Dad, Ben, Nic and I went to have a fish pedicure.The fish tickled your feet as they sucked all your dead skin away. They do not have teeth but have a special siliva that they leave behind which makes your feet smooth They live in a big square tank which holds hundreds of fish, The lady washes your feet first before you place your feet into the tank. They are hungry fish as they have 2 meals a day including eating ...
... taco. However, we mistakenly lumped Mexican with Spanish, and while we expected a taco, we literally just got a plate of cheese. We split this partial meal and went walking on to see what else we could find. We settled on Pans a sandwich and salad shop to get the rest of dinner. I had higher hopes for trying the Spanish cuisine, however there is still time to find something I may like. It is difficult to try and balance trying new things, and ...
... window surrounds and timber linings. True story!
Now to comment on my trip over from Rome on the Grimaldi Ferry. I caught the train from Rome to Civitevecchia - fairly boring and uninspiring trip. Glad I had got on the train early. Even though it was about an 80 minute trip, many people were standing. Not many tourists on the train (identified by lack of luggage) which surprised me given that Civitevecchia is Rome's Port. Perhaps it was the time of year. Civitevecchia itself ...
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