Agriturismo casa Panetta
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... roughly knowing where we were going, and also roughly not.... We stumbled upon La Raccolta delle Acque, a unique water collection system that was implemented in the 1800s to harvest that water from the roofs and roads of Matera, filter it through the rocks and channel it to extremely large cisterns that had been carved into the rock undground and then sealed using clays.
Following this, we continued down the road and found another rock carving shop, with ...
... out in someone’s property. We walked among fig and olive trees that easily could have been 900 years old, and broke into storage sheds. The only others out there were the buzzing saccades – very Blair Witch.
Turned out Ostuni was one of the highlights of the entire trip. Its historic core was pedestrian only on top of a hill with white washed buildings with green or blue doors ...
... wonder they take 2 to 3 hours off in the middle of the day as it takes that long to get through all the food.
I'm sick of walking. Feel as though I have walked the length and breadth of Italy. I'm actually looking forward to the long drive to Sicily tomorrow.
It's really pleasant exploring southern Italy as there is a definite lack of tourists.
What I learnt today...
Many of the streets are built on top of Sassi ...
... Modugno who wrote and sang the massive international hit 'Volare'.
A stop for lunch in Monopoli - a traditional fishing village overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. And I thought this was just a board game! Lunch was a typical Italian style affair in a small, traditional family run restaurant, that is, food just kept on coming over a two hour period.
Crossing the 'ankle' of Italy, ...
A long travelling day on the bus today. We left Rome relatively early on the A1 past Naples and Pompeii. Lovely views of Salerno on the way. Arrived in matera, the place where Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ was filmed. A very old town inhabited by the Capodochians, all built into the rock. One of the poorest places as late as the 1960's when the government removed people ...