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... the ships and bringing them up to light and oxygen has not harmed them.
We went to the Archealogical Museum. Here are housed items found while digging in the area, either while building a train station or shomething else. Beautiful glass bottles, gold and statues have been found (see pictures). I hadn't ever heard the reason people were buried with their treasures. It was to pay their way into heaven and to a better ...
... a win-win. Honey for sale everywhere on the roadside and very healthy crops our farmers would be pretty happy with. On our approach to Lochel (small town in the mid north for those not familiar with South Aus) I asked Darren to pull over so I could take a photo. Whilst I am taking the photo Darren the real horticulturalist gets a closer look at the weeds growing throughout the sunflower crop.
... Sea. As soon as we reached the first beach we saw nothing but construction of houses and roads. Our quarter for the night was in the historic port town of Constanta. We stayed in the Palace Hotel, a huge old house that had seen better days. The lobby was still looking posh with lots of marble but our room must have been the servant’s quarter on the top floor: small, no working AC and a bathroom the size of a match box.
The old town was a ...
DAY 40 – April 21, 2015
The cold 'snap' has followed us to Constanta but we will not let it deter us.
So we walked the city plus the beach and marina areas. There is always a sense that you are in an old Communist era city ...... dull and grey. However you can see the beginning of a rebirth with the refurbishment of some glorious old buildings, creating walking streets and ...
... a mystery set in Naples (These Dark Things, Introducing Captain Natalia Monte), then one in Venice (Death at La Fenice, A Commissario Brunetti Mystery). I liked Brunetti so much I got another in the series (Acqua Alta, named after the high tides that flood Venice, and which I had experienced). Donna Leon is a very prolific writer, so I will have plenty of reading ahead of me if I complete the series.
My new book is The Lost Sailors, set ...