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... weekend getaway spot. Many beaches. The Godfather was shot here. Beautifully picturesque area! Mt Etna could be seen smoking in the distance. They did not seem concerned about an eruption because they say that Mt Etna has never killed anyone as they usually get enough notice to vacate the dangerous areas (not sure I’d want to test that thought process). We went to Taormina and visited this small town and there was a theatre still constructed of the old rock ...
... That is a very clever skill in this day and age. He had the very clever knack of getting everyone to laugh at ourselves and the things we do. After that we attended a session of the BB Kink Blues Club performers for around three quarters of an hour before heading back to our room for the night.
Our ship had set sail again at around 3:00pm to sail overnight towards Kerkira, Corfu (Greece). It is proposed that we arrive around 10am Sunday 28 July 2014.
... mother. The rest of the walk to the church was uneventful. People were swimming and enjoying their Saturday. We stopped off at a post office to get some stamps and to try to call home – purchasing stamps worked but making a phone call did not. When did make it to the church, it wasn’t exactly what we were expecting, namely there didn’t seem to be a way in to look at it. Feeling parched and a little hot, we headed back to a café ...
... day. We hung out and swam,
sunbathed, and got dinner, and then caught the night train back to Serbia.
I had heard not so good stories about night trains, but my
experience was wonderful. It was a very
crowded train, so Jelica had to go to the compartment next to mine for a
seat. But the people in my compartment
were awesome and really looked out for me, especially during border crossings
and when we had to buy tickets and sharing ...
... the water can be as deep as the surrounding mountains are high. The painting now resides in the Roman Catholic church on the island and to this day, no one knows where the painting came from.
The church houses offerings from visitors and locals to the bay, with the most famous offerings being a tapestry by one Jacinta ...