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... shade. It looks like a hanky. There was no music blaring from boats and no one seemed to be dishing up huge tables of food and drinks. They just seem to lie and swim.
We pulled up anchor and continued to follow the cliffs and motored into Portofino for a look. God, it is beautiful. The crowds have really dropped down in the last week or so, so we were able to idle in the marina and look at the houses with the washing hanging out the windows, the big boats ...
It happens every single time. Every time I have that overwhelming feeling that I am really happy, something happens to burst my bubble.
I was leaving my favorite beach, Paraggi, and decided to catch the bus back. I had on my white shorts and my very stylish, new plastic sandals. Which may sound seriously daggy but they are navy blue, and matched my navy blue t ...
... have a
turn. Young and Old. It looks like they are playing a round
robin game. There are wading pools
for the really young kids, a couple of them have mini enclosed soccer fields on
artificial turf and pontoons, kayaks, peddle boats and huge trampolines secured
in the water. There are stand up paddles and giant water sea saws. They’re pretty ...
... the greenest colour I have ever seen and so clean and fresh. Back in Santa Margherita we sat on the rocks at the town beach and swam and watched the world go by. It was fantastic spending the day with the Kennedys. We are very lucky.
After a siesta we met at Sabot for a pre dinner drink and 7. There is enough going on at this little bar to write a book about. If I was able to recognize movie stars, I bet there would be one ...
... with it. Ask them to turn on GPS, or show them your google map of the journey on your phone. London, is as amazing as people say. Friendly, helpful and offer alternative routes. Also don't complain about short journeys. Rome, haven't needed to physically be in one yet, however have nearly been run over by a few. They are notorious as the worst in the world. I'd believe that. No regard for traffic lights, pedestrian crossings, or ...