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... on top of the hill was very refreshing.
Checked in at San Francesco Monastery. Medieval but with modern amenities. My window looks out to a courtyard, I feel transported to the 11th century. Explored the scientific center. Didn't realise Richard Feynmann, my physics idol, used to lecture here. Dinner at S. Rococco cafe, two courses with a surprise desert. With neuroscientists from Cambridge. One of them's presenting ...
... of the temple.
I suffer information overload from the rich historical background shared by the guide. Or perhaps I was too distracted taking photos of the amazing structures by the sea... and just soaking it all in in whatever solitude I find away from the crowd. It is quite an experience being in monuments built more than two thousand years ago and still standing strong and proud.
... that if I want to get to Castellammare del golfo itself in order to get the bus to Palermo, I would need to walk two hours and/or hitch a ride. Or I could wait till Saturday where there may or may not be the chance for a lift.
The busses for Palermo are few and far between, set up for the working people, so I had a choice of 6am, 6.30am, 7am ,7.30am or 5pm! So I set my alarm for 5am and started the walk... If someone picked me up early then ...
... of others, or to talk on a subject or culture.
Its very different, but it will be a very interesting experience... I'm not sure if they often go into Palermo, but I plan to at least spend the day there before I fly back to the UK
The "office" with the WiFi is in a caravan down a little pathway! And they do not like the web in general, So I should finally be able to share some pics from the last week or so but prob won't update ...
... drivers held a deep seated grievance against cyclists. My admiration of Inspector Montalbano persuaded me that we should come off the highway at Porto Emdedocle rather than in Agrigento itself. I assumed that the combination of the port, the Greek philosopher that it is named after and the association with Pirandello would inevitably make it a picturesque location for the evening but it turns out that it is a large cement factory with a small ugly port ...