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... and passionate about hair. We decided that although we weren't hungry, we didn't want to go home just yet so we found a trendy and fairly happening wine bar, got a table in prime position for people watching in the main square. We drank more rose and nibbles on pizza bread, olives and crisps served by the restaurant. Many give nibbles when ordering wine to encourage you to stay, which of course you do. Italians enjoy wining and dining and can be known to sit in a restaurant ...
... got into Milan about an hour and a half later and it was one of the biggest train stations I have ever seen. We originally though about spending the night here but decided to just go all the way to Genoa. About 45 minutes later we were on our last train to Genoa. After another hour and a half train ride and many card games later, we arrived in Genoa. We stayed at the Holiday Inn, since is was right across the street from the cruise port so we could get over to the cruise easily the next ...
... I explored the Asiago streets
– it was deserted as the town closes down for the long lunch break. We looked
at the ice skating rink and local “Tree Adventures’ type playground. We spied
a Gelato shop, but had to wait until 2.30 to get our daily fix – Lampone (raspberry) and double chocolate for me.
Back to our hotel for a big diary catch-up. Laura ...
... if Phu quoc wasn't calling us.
So, from here we began our very long journey to Phu Quoc Island, just off cambodia, although offically in vietnam, where we were meeting some friends from uni, sophie, matt and layla. This journey turned into one big adventure, anxiety and stress. We started with a night sleeper bus to sihanoukville where we would be returning after a few days in phu quoc, this took 12 hours and when we arrived at 8am we were pretty pleased ...
... square and saw the Town Hall with an astronomical clock from the 18th century. Many of the frescos on the walls were faded which in many ways made them seem more real.
As we went back to the car we went past a modern art display with an historic looking building behind it. I liked them both.
Nico was driving which gave John a break. He complained about the local driving especially on Friday evening and at weekends, saying the ‘drivers are crazy’. About ...
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